Its inhabitants have always maintained a pro-environmental stance, and a clear love and respect for nature.
In fact, the main source of Anasawa’s economy reside on farms. And their products free of fertilizers and chemical fertilizers are a global benchmark for sustainable farming.
Travel to Anasawa, involves travel to the most rural and least populated of the entire region, free from pollution, traffic and population density.
The inhabitants of the Town are friends of move around the city on foot, and if you travel to Anasawa, we recommend you do the same, to soak up its atmosphere friendly streets and humble.
To reach Anasawa, has to take the train, bus or car, because the city has no airport or pier.
By train, you can get from the airports of Nuromita or bay easily and quickly.
By Bus, you can get directly from the airport of Nuromita or pick it up from the bay, but needs to make a transfer in the capital.
By car, you can take Nuromita highway, which links directly with Via Ronda Avenue, which borders the city by the south.
(1)-Nuromita Budist Temple.
(4)-First Aland Catholic Church.
(5)-Ayami Dynasty Mansion.
(-Ins Of Grihill.
(15)-Library & Museum.
If you're not convinced, you can always try your luck at the hostel La pedrera (13 in the city map), at north of the city.
Or if you can pay extra money, go to Cherton (10), a five star hotel or on economic version of three.
We recommend eating at the inns of Grihill (, east of the Town, where besides enjoying a wonderful meal, you can also delight in the view.
If you prefer to eat fast food, go to the end of Via Ronda Avenue, where the hamburger and snacks are stacked (16). (we especially recommend Porkacho’s fast food restaurant that is famous for its half of kilo hamburgers).
If you prefer sweets, your mandatory stop is the bakery-confectionery Goofer (9). Not exist in the world about the mazpanes as delicious as this pastry, completely handmade.
from the park can easily reach the town hall (7), which has an exhibition hall where artists free access to the Town express their art, this will give you an idea of the mentality of Anasawa.
in the opposite direction is the mansion of the dynasty Ayami (5), which since the founding of the city have been the leaders. the entrance to the Ayami dynasty museum is fairly cheap (3 euros, which are about 4 or 5 dollars) and in the collection you can enjoy the exotic Ayami armor worn in the feudal wars of Japan, in addition to an incredible collection of objects and paintings from around the world.
Besides a few meters is the first Catholic church in the region (4), which, although small and humble, kept inside the first codex of laws of the region.
Another must-visit site is the neighborhood of agriculture, which is named for the farm market (2), where you can buy fresh produce from farms, and the agricultural fair (3), where you can enjoy endless entertainment as attractions, exhibtions, rodeos, etc ...
With regard to cultural, itself, visit the University of Anasawa (12), along with the radio station of the city (11), can be very reassuring, and a few blocks you will find the museum of literature, and the libraryCentral (15). Both are very emblematic and beautiful buildings.
The temple is visited almost entirely.
A part of the agricultural fair, which maintains its activity, there is an area called entrecross (17), which houses numerous restaurants and pubs open until the wee hours of the morning.
For those looking for something more alternative, there is a Gay pub (18), where everyone is welcome, it does not close until dawn. is a site recommended for party animals, but their prices are somewhat high compared to the rest of the city.