Lights of Fireflies Fluttering Around Pure Stream and Flowers
As the name of the town suggests, “Ogi” literally means a “small castle,” as there used to be a magnificent castle in this region which unfortunately doesn’t exist anymore. However, strolling around the city will remind people of the olden days. The town was developed following the layout and design of Kyoto in those days. Come and see Ogi’s pure stream and the fireflies who make it their home along with the beautiful flowers that entertain people in every season. Ogi always welcome everyone with its simple yet lovely natural environment.
Sightseeing Highlights in Ogi
Rice Terraces in Eriyama
Important Annual Events in Ogi
Food & Specialties of Ogi
Koi Carp Cuisine in Kiyomizu
Sake from Ogi
“Majenba” Original Dish originating in Ogi
“Majenba” is a new noodle dish born in Ogi and a variety of Majenba are served at many locations throughout the town. One simple rule is that a Majenba must include at least one local specialty from Ogi as a topping. Toppings, noodles and a special sauce are all stirred together in a bowl and enjoyed.
- A 10-min. by car from Kubota Station on JR Nagasaki Main Line
- Commerce and Tourism Section of Ogi City
- TEL：0952-37-6129 / FAX：0952-37-6166
- URL： http://www.city.ogi.lg.jp/