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Nyuto Onsenkyo

  • Akita

Nyuto Onsenkyo is a popular hidden hot spring area home to seven hot spring inns each wi…

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Nyuto Onsenkyo

Frost Covered Trees of Zao

  • Yamagata

These frost covered trees can only be found in specific regions and are unique in all of…

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Frost Covered Trees of Zao

Geibikei Gorge

  • Iwate

Geibikei Gorge is an officially recognised national natural monument and is listed as on…

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Geibikei Gorge

Goshikinuma Lake

  • Fukushima

Goshikinuma, literally meaning “Five Coloured Ponds”, is a group of volcanic lakes, pond…

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Goshikinuma Lake

Genbikei Gorge

  • Iwate

Genbikei Gorge is a beautiful 2km stretch of gorge along the Iwai River flowing from Mou…

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Genbikei Gorge

Hachimantai Aspite Line / Snow Corridor

  • Iwate

Mount Hachimantai is a mountainous plateau rising 1,613m above sea level stretching over…

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Hachimantai Aspite Line / Snow Corridor

Mt. Haguro

  • Yamagata

Mount Haguro, Mount Gassan and Mount Yudono, known as the Three Mountains of Dewa, have …

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Mt. Haguro

To-no-Hetsuri (river gorge)

  • Fukushima

“Hetsuri” is a word from the local Aizu dialect meaning a “dangerous cliff”. The towerin…

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To-no-Hetsuri (river gorge)

Oirase Mountain Stream

  • Aomori

Oirase Mountain Stream is one of the most popular attractions in Tohoku and has been awa…

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Oirase Mountain Stream

Kakunodate Samurai District

  • Akita

Kakunodate is a former castle town which flourished during the Edo period. Known as the …

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Kakunodate Samurai District

Risshaku-ji Temple

  • Yamagata

Risshaku-ji Temple is popularly known as Yamadera (Mountain Temple). The rocky mountain …

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Risshaku-ji Temple

Chuson-ji Temple

  • Iwate

Chuson-ji Temple in Hiraizumi was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2011 as an …

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Chuson-ji Temple

Okama Crater and the Zao Mountain Range

  • Miyagi

Located on the border of Miyagi and Yamagata prefectures, the Zao Mountain Range has bee…

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Okama Crater and the Zao Mountain Range

Northern Culture Museum

  • Niigata

The Northern Culture Museum is the former residence of a local wealthy farming family. T…

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Northern Culture Museum

Hyoko Lake

  • Niigata

Known as the lake of swans, Hyoko Lake has been designated a national natural treasure. …

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Hyoko Lake

Hakkoda Ropeway

  • Aomori

The 2.5km Hakkoda Ropeway offers superb views of the natural scenery of the Hakkoda Moun…

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Hakkoda Ropeway

Yokote Snow Festival (Kamakura)

  • Akita

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Yokote Snow Festival (Kamakura)

Oyasukyo Onsen

  • Akita

Oyasukyo Gorge was formed through fluvial erosion over thousands of years. A walking pat…

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Oyasukyo Onsen

Lake Inawashiro

  • Fukushima

The 100km2 Lake Inawashiro is one of the largest lakes in Japan. The lake is so big that…

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Lake Inawashiro

Sukayu Onsen

  • Aomori

Known as “Hiba Sennin Buro” (the 1,000 person bath), Sukayu Onsen is a traditional hot s…

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Sukayu Onsen

Shirakami Sanchi

  • Aomori

Shirakami Sanchi, a UNESCO World Heritage Site is a mountainous area extending across Ao…

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Shirakami Sanchi

Mount Bandai

  • Fukushima

Selected as one of Japan’s 100 most famous mountains, Mount Bandai is the leading …

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Mount Bandai

Ginzan Onsen

  • Yamagata

Travel back in time to classical Japan in Ginzan Onsen! The town is home to wooden hot s…

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Ginzan Onsen

Kajo Park

  • Yamagata

Yamagata Castle was constructed in 1592 by Yoshiaki Mogami, one of Tohoku’s prominent fe…

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Kajo Park

Koganesaki Furofushi Onsen

  • Aomori

Koganesaki Furofushi Onsen is a seaside hot spring featuring an open-air bath looking ou…

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Koganesaki Furofushi Onsen

Dakigaeri Gorge

  • Akita

Dakigaeri Gorge is a popular place of natural beauty surrounded in summer by verdant gre…

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Dakigaeri Gorge

Tsuruga Castle

  • Fukushima

Tsuruga Castle, also known as Aizu Castle or Aizuwakamatsu Castle, is famed as an impreg…

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Tsuruga Castle

Takada Park

  • Niigata

Takada Park is home to castle ruins and is famous for its gorgeous cherry blossoms. In s…

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Takada Park

Tsuru-no-Mai Bridge

  • Aomori

The 300m triple-arched Tsuru-no-Mai Bridge is Japan’s longest wooden bridge and is made …

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Tsuru-no-Mai Bridge

Lake Tazawa

  • Akita

Lake Tazawa has been selected as one of the 100 best landscapes of Japan. The cobalt blu…

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Lake Tazawa

Tsunagi Onsen

  • Iwate

Tsunagi Onsen is located near Lake Gosho, a popular scenic location with views of Mount …

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Tsunagi Onsen

Sankyo Soko Storehouse

  • Yamagata

Built in 1893, the Sankyo Soko Storehouses continue to function today as rice storehouse…

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Sankyo Soko Storehouse

Tashiro Island

  • Miyagi

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Tashiro Island

Osorezan Bodaiji Temple

  • Aomori

Mount Osore on the Shimokita Peninsula is one of Japan’s three most sacred mountains alo…

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Osorezan Bodaiji Temple

Lake Towada

  • Aomori

The mystical Lake Towada offers beautiful panoramic views reflecting the surrounding sce…

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Lake Towada

Omagari Fireworks

  • Akita

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Omagari Fireworks

Tanesashi Coast

  • Aomori

The Tanesashi Coast is located in the Sanriku Fukko National Park, a designated place of…

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Tanesashi Coast

Ryusendo Limestone Cave

  • Iwate

Ryusendo is one of Japan’s three greatest limestone caves along with Akiyoshido in Yamag…

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Ryusendo Limestone Cave

Asamushi Onsen

  • Aomori

The scenic local “Aoimori Railway” line connects Aomori and the hot spring town of Asamu…

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Asamushi Onsen

Motsuji Temple

  • Iwate

Motsuji Temple is a designated UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site along with nearby Chu…

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Motsuji Temple
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