Museum of Wind
This is an outdoor museum where you can see the works of Susumu Shingu, a sculptor living in Sanda City who is known for his works that move with the wind and water. Each of his works dances gracefully in the wind, and visitors can enjoy the invisible rhythm of nature.
Fujinobo Sanda Mountain Lodge
This is a long-established ryotei restaurant that is loved by the local community. Private seating allows you to enjoy your meal in a private space. The specialty is botan nabe (hot pot) with inoshishi (wild boar) meat. The secret seasoning that has been handed down from generation to generation is unparalleled, so be sure to try it for yourself.
Shin Sanda Farm Inaoka (Strawberry Picking)
This farm, which can be reached on foot from the station, has a long history and tradition in Sanda. The most prized strawberries are "high grown" and have a rich, sweet taste with a strong aroma. The strawberries produced with as little pesticides as possible are superb.
JR Shin Sanda