As high as 120 meters! The world's biggest standing statue in bronze that is recorded in the Guinness Book of Records.
- Ushiku Daibutsu
- Kashima Jingu
One of the best Japanese shrines dotted with a few sacred power spots.
- Tsukuba Space Center
Exhibition of real artificial satellites and you can also get a tour of the space developing center.
- Tsukuba Expo Center
The facility where you can learn and experience Japanese cutting-edge science technology. One of the largest planetariums in the world is popular.
- Ryujin Ootsuri Bridge
The largest pedestrian suspension bridge in Japan. It is also well known as a bungee jumping spot.
- Oarai Marine Tower
An observation tower standing along the coast. Overlook the Pacific from 55 meters up.
- Mt. Tsukuba
A sacred mountain worshiped as the deity of Tsukubasan Jinja. The summit has a panoramic view of the Kanto Plains.
The second largest lake in Japan. A popular spot where the sky, the mountains and water become one.
- Kasama Inari Jinja
A shrine that has a long history. The wistaria blooming for over 400 years is outstanding.
One of the most famous gardens in Japan ranked among Japan's three finest landscape gardens. Plum blossoms cover the garden with bright flowers in spring.
Elegant town with waterways everywhere. Million irises bloom in early summer.
- Ibaraki Flower Park
A massive theme park of flowers and greenery where various flowers bloom.