After breakfast we travel to Tsuwano. Popularly called the ‘Little Kyoto of San-In’, Tsuwano is known for its picturesque main street, lined with Edo-era buildings and Koi carp ponds. It was a castle town, ruled by the Kamei clan from the 17th to the mid-19th century. It also has the famous mountainside Taikodani Inari Shrine with its “one thousand vermilion torii gates’. We visit the shrine and the ruins of Tsuwano Castle, wandering the pretty streets.