Masuzushi is a type of pressed trout sushi that has long been a Toyama specialty, with a history dating back at least to the Edo period.
Several rivers and canals flow through this former castle town, with boat rides especially popular in the spring when cherry blossoms line the banks. Toyama is also famous as the northern entrance to the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route.
TOKYO (NARITA) TO Toyama
Things to Do in Toyama
It is filled with fun things to do including a square with a spring and waterfall, a playground, cruises available and the symbolic Tenmon-kyo Bridge.
You can enjoy a canal cruise from Kansui Park to Iwase.
Once a port town of great importance to merchants and businesses, Iwase served the Kitamae cargo ships that crossed the Sea of Japan.
The Matsukawa River Cruises provide enticing nature experiences year round.
The largest dam in Japan. The Japanese take pride in this as a crowning achievement in engineering and architecture.
This volcanic lake located 2,405 m reflects the majestic Mt. Tateyama from it’s deep blue water.