In order to describe what certain things/places are famous for, ～は～で有名（ゆうめい） is a common expression that will be used. This construction is made up of the 副助詞（ふくじょし） (adverbial particle) は, the 格助詞（かくじょし） (case marking particle) で, and 有名（ゆうめい）, a noun that may also be used as an な-Adjective
～は～で有名 is usually translated as ‘(A) is famous for (B)’, but literally means ‘with (B), (A) is famous/renowned’. The structure may be broken down in the following way:
(A) は - Presents (A) as the topic.
(B) で - With (B), in で’s use as ‘with’.
有名（ゆうめい）だ - Is famous.
Usain Bolt is famous for being able to run fast.
This school is famous for having a strong baseball team.
Japan is famous for being safe.
Okayama is famous for Bizen-yaki.
As can be seen from these examples, こと (or の) may precede で有名（ゆうめい）. This is quite common when an entire phrase is being described as the famous aspect of (A), rather than a single word.
If 有名（ゆうめい） is being used as a な-Adjective
, it will appear before the famous thing/place itself. This form will usually be utilized when the speaker wants to give further detail about exactly what (A) is.
The Grand Canyon is a famous tourist site in America.
Izumo Taisha is a famous shrine in Shimane prefecture.