Shimane Film Commission Network
Newly listed locations
JR Kametake stationNita-gun, Shimane prefecture
One of the stations on Kiji line of Japan Railway. The station master's office is a Soba restaurant and the station master is also an owner of the restaurant.
Honozan ParkIzumo city, Shimane prefecture
Park with a observatory commanding a panorama view of the town where Izumo Shrine is. Can drive up to the top of the mountain.
Kokufu Bathing BeachHamada city, Shimane prefecture
Beach with one-kilometer long in a east-west direction. One-minute walk from the parking and easy to arrange filming equipment.
Uzukamikoto ShrineOki-gun, Shimane
Listed as one of Japan’s most important shrines by the 10th century, the Uzukamikoto Shrine has been worshiped by many who pray for good harvest, marine safety, and safe childbirths.
Taikodani Inari ShrineKanoashi-gun, Shimane
One of the five most important Inari Shrines in Japan. The long approach up to the Taikodani Inari Shrine is like a red tunnel, lined with over 1000 torii gates.
Kigami ShrineOta City, Shimane
Built in 1812, Kigami Shrine is dedicated to the deity Oomononushi (aka Ookuninushi). It is famous for the ‘Crying Dragon’ on its ceiling, which sounds as if it is crying when visitors clap their h...
Dangyo WaterfallsOki-gun, Shimane
Consisting of two waterfalls, the Odaki and the Medaki, Dangyo Waterfalls is one of Japan’s 100 great waterfalls and natural water sources. Behind the Odaki is a cavern where the Knnnon (Statue of ...
Kannon FirefallGotsu city, Shimane prefecture
Grand waterfall with plenty of water. Approximately 8 meters width and 50 meters high. Looks like a white linen covered the waterfall.
Hamada Castle RuinHamada city, Shimane prefecture
Built in Edo era and now only the stone wall is left.
Former Taisha stationIzumo city, Shimane prefecture
Wooden bungalow with Japanese style built in 1924. Can see the atmosphere from the end of Taisho to the beginning of Showa era in Japan.