Reconstruction of tourist facilities affected by the tsunami with hot springs Miyagi Natori Kagami October 3 14:06
In the Tsubogami area of Natori City, Miyagi Prefecture, which was severely damaged by the tsunami of the Great East Japan Earthquake, a sightseeing facility where you can enjoy cycling and hot springs has been rebuilt and opened on the 3rd.
The “Takei City Cycle Sports Center” was rebuilt, and on the 3rd, about 100 people, including city officials, gathered to celebrate the opening.
Before the earthquake, more than 50,000 people used the property, which has a bicycle course, but it was destroyed by the tsunami.
After that, we raised funds through crowdfunding to make it a facility with a strong ability to attract customers, drilled natural hot springs, and spent more than 2.5 billion yen to rebuild it as a new tourist facility.
There is a bicycle course of about 4 kilometers per lap, which is the same as before the earthquake, as well as accommodation with hot springs that can accommodate up to 100 people, and some rooms allow bicycles to be brought in.
Hot springs can also take a day trip bath, and the city expects it to be a new bustling base as the city recovers from the earthquake.
Mr. Shiro Yamada, Mayor of Meito City, said, “This has almost completed the reconstruction of the hard side. I want people who come to enjoy cycling and hot springs while feeling the sea breeze.”