A large historical farm with green pastures and Mt. Iwate in the background
The Golden Hall (Konjiki-do) is a World Heritage site showing Buddhist culture in the Tohoku region.
A beautiful World Heritage site. There is an elegant garden of the Heian aristocrats who lived in the Tohoku region
A 27 km mountainous driving course through the picturesque scenery of Hachimantai
Immerse yourself in the beauty of the four seasons at this gorge created from the natural rocks and waterfalls
The castle of a “Nambu” feudal lord inside a park. The remains of the stone walls have history carved into them
The magnificent culture of the Tohoku Heian nobility is recreated here, and the park is famous as a location for film...
Cruise down the beautiful Geibikei Gorge as you listen to the strains of the “minyo” folk song “Oiwake Uta”
The world of the “Pure Land” as the scenery of mysterious stone mountains rises up from the bay
Mysterious blue waters that expand into the cave. A remote part of Jodogahama that can be toured by a “sappa” boat.
A Tenman-gu shrine that has enshrined a guard dog so charming that it is almost like a mascot character
Iwate’s finest grand shrine with its magnificent red shaden and large torii gate piercing the sky
You gotta get up early! An inexpensive market selling vegetables of the season raised on the great land under the pur...
A fully restored World Heritage site that expressed the world of the Pure Land
A lively local fish market with ample fresh seafood brought in from Japan’s prominent fishing grounds off the Sanriku...
Rural districts, water wheels, thatched-roof houses…experience the region of Tono within the landscape of a recreated...
The remains of a glorious temple of the past related through a pond, embankments and foundation stones
A limestone cave with a deep blue, clear and tranquil lake of mystery
A pure white Daikannon statue that rises 48.5m in height with a beautiful contrast with the blue sea
An interactive facility where the artisans of Morioka gather to show the traditional handicrafts from the good old d...