・Joto Machinami Preservation District: This district, with a length of over 1 kilometre, is home to more than 160 traditional buildings stand side by side. At Sakushu Joto Yashiki and Joto Mukashi Machiya, you can actually go inside the buildings. It is a nostalgic area where you can feel how people lived in those days.
・Tsuyama Archives of Western Learning: This is the only museum in Japan that specialises in “Western studies”, the study of Western countries from a Japanese perspective. It’s a good place to look at Japanese history and culture from the unusual perspective of Western studies and you may even change your view of Japan and discover something new.
・Tsuyama Castle: This castle is the symbol of Tsuyama. Along with Himeji Castle and Matsuyama Castle, it’s known as one of the "three great flatland-mountain castles" in Japan. From the castle tower, you can enjoy a spectacular view of the city. It is one of the best cherry blossom viewing spots in western Japan, and is visited by many people every year during the cherry blossom season.
・Shurakuen Garden: A Japanese garden with over 300 years of history. It is designed so that visitors can enjoy the harmonious beauty no matter what season they visit. Even though it is located in the city centre, it is a very quiet space, allowing you to feel as if time has stopped.
・Old Tsuyama High School Main Building: This is an old-world style building, built 120 years ago, is still in use to this day. Though you can't enter the premises, you can feel the splendour of the building from the outside.
・Josai Roman Museum: A Western-style house built over 100 years ago, holding exhibitions that show how people lived back then. You can taste a unique coffee brewed in the old days, named after a person associated with the history of coffee in Japan.
・Tsuyama Manabi-no-Tetsudo-kan: This museum has exhibits on the history and mechanics of railroads. The old railroad car warehouse, built in 1980, is lined with steam locomotives and other railroad cars that were once in use, giving visitors a nostalgic feeling. It is a space that railroad enthusiasts will love.