Kumano Hongu Line

  • Kii-Tanabe Sta.

  • Tsuburizaka(Kumano Hongu Line)

  • Tsurugaoka

  • Kogyo Koko-mae

  • Hashidani

  • Kii-Shinjo Sta.

  • Nakiri

  • Tazu-guchi

  • Gijutsu Senmonko-mae

  • Nankinodai-shita

  • Toge

  • Tobino

  • Asso

  • Ikuma-guchi

  • Kumano Koko-mae

  • Sanpo-ji

  • Kii-Iwada

  • Kamiiwada

  • Inabane-oji

  • Nekaida

  • Ichinose Shinryosho-mae

  • Kii-Ichinose

  • Kii-Ichijo-ji

  • Noborio

  • Shimoayukawa

  • Shimotuko

  • Ayukawa Shinryosho-mae

  • Ayukawa-shinbashi

  • Udatsu

  • Mukaigoshi

  • Ayukawa Onsen

  • Warabio-bashi

  • Hokusogi

  • Kiyohime

  • Manaago

  • Takijiri

  • Todo

  • Kajiyagawa-guchi

  • Shimoshiba-shimo

  • Shimoshiba

  • Kodogaoka

  • Nakashiba

  • Rinboku Ikushujo- mae

  • Nakaheji Gyoseikyoku-mae

  • Kurisugawa

  • Asodaira-guchi

  • Kii-Nakagawa

  • Kodo-no-Sato

  • Nonojiri

  • Kainogawa-guchi

  • Kii-Okawa

  • Miyoshi-bashi

  • Fukusada

  • Ujiyama-bashi

  • Gyuba-doji-guchi

  • Kakidaira

  • Kodo Aruki-no-Sato Chikatsuyu

  • Nakahechi Bijutsukan-mae (Nakahechi Museum)

  • Chikatsuyu-oji

  • Kannonji-mae

  • Miyanoue

  • Kokudo Kasamatsu

  • Nonaka Ipposugi

  • Kobiro-oji-guchi

  • Kobiro-toge

  • Doyukawa-bashi

  • Owada-bashi

  • Kumanooze

  • Buju

  • Notake

  • Kamiji

  • Minachi

  • Kogomori

  • Hoze

  • Hiba

  • Mawari

  • Kushitoge-guchi

  • Wataze

  • Shoge-no-Mine

  • Shimoyukawa

  • Shimoyunomine

  • Yunomine Onsen

  • Shimoyunomine

  • Shimoyukawa

  • Shoge-no-Mine

  • Wataze

  • Watarase Onsen

  • Kawayu Onsen

  • Kameya-mae

  • Fujiya-mae

  • Hongu Shogakko-mae

  • Naruishi

  • Ukegawa

  • Ukegawagaki

  • Dainichigoe-nobori-guchi

  • Oyunohara-mae

  • Hongu Gyoseikyoku-mae

  • Hongu Taisha-mae

  • Haraido Danchi-mae

  • Shimomukai-bashi

  • Oi-guchi

  • Hiraiwa-guchi

  • Michi-no-Eki Okukumano

  • Takenomoto

  • Fushiogami-guchi

  • Hosshinnmon-guchi

  • Hosshinmon-oji

The Kumano Hongu Line allows passengers to access various locations along the Kumano Kodo Nakahechi route from Kii-Tanabe Station. Passengers can visit Kumano Hongu Taisha, Chikatsuyu Village and Hosshinmon-oji, making this the perfect line for those wishing to walk the Kumano Kodo.

Main Bus Stops
  • Hosshinmon-oji

    A rest area with toilets is located right next to the bus stop. This is a popular spot for those wishing to walk the Kumano Kodo with stone pathways, tea plantations and rice terraces located only a short walk away.

  • Michi-no-Eki Okukumano

    Travelers appreciate the natural wooden structure as well as the spacious rest area and toilets. Popular local delicacies like mehari sushi are also available here.

  • Hongu Taisha-mae

    全国にある熊野神社の総本宮全国熊野神社である本宮大社。熊野速玉大社、熊野那智大社とともに熊野三山と呼ばれます。

  • Oyunohara-mae

    The former location of Kumano Hongu Taisha, Oyunohara is still considered a site of spiritual significance where the gods descended. The superb Otorii gate is a must-see.

  • Kawayu Onsen

    This is a rare location where visitors can enjoy bathing in a river which is also a source of Onsen hot spring water. Summer visitors can profit from both paddling in the river and bathing in the Onsen, while in winter the seasonal Sennin-buro is a must-see.

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