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Aquamarine Fukushima

  • Fukushima

Facing the Pacific Ocean, the Fukushima coast is where the warm Kuroshio Current and the…

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Aquamarine Fukushima

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

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

Sakunami Onsen

  • Miyagi

Sakunami Onsen is a popular hot spring town on the outskirts of Sendai. The springs are …

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Sakunami Onsen

Kajo Park

  • Yamagata

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

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Kajo Park

Zuiganji Temple

  • Miyagi

Zuiganji is the family temple of Masamune Date, a famous feudal lord of the Age of Civil…

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Zuiganji Temple

Sendai Uminomori Aquarium

  • Miyagi

Sendai Umino-Mori Aquarium houses the largest open-air stadium in Tohoku. In addition to…

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Sendai Uminomori Aquarium

Kawarage Jigoku

  • Akita

Kawarage Jigoku is one of the three major sacred places in Japan, along with Mt. Osore i…

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Kawarage Jigoku

Asamushi Onsen

  • Aomori

The scenic local “Aoimori Railway” line connects Aomori and the hot spring t…

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Asamushi Onsen

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

Naena Waterfall

  • Niigata

Naena Waterfall has been selected one of Japan’s 100 greatest waterfalls. The forc…

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Naena Waterfall

Motsuji Temple

  • Iwate

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

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Motsuji Temple

Hakusan Park

  • Niigata

Hakusan Park is a Dutch-style promenade garden neighbouring Hakusan Shrine. This beautif…

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Hakusan Park

Miyagi Zao Fox Village

  • Miyagi

You will be welcomed by more than 100 foxes who are let run free here. There are a total…

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Miyagi Zao Fox Village

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

Aomori Nebuta Matsuri

  • Aomori

The Aomori Nebuta Matsuri is one of the three great festivals of Tohoku and is designate…

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Aomori Nebuta Matsuri

Hirosaki Park

  • Aomori

Forming the grounds of Hirosaki Castle, Hirosaki Park is nationally recognised as one of…

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Hirosaki Park

Tanesashi Coast

  • Aomori

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

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Tanesashi Coast

Blue Pond

  • Aomori

Famous for its brilliant cobalt blue water, Ao-Ike Pond is located in Shirakami Sanchi, …

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Blue Pond

Daito-Ohara Water Throwing Festival

  • Iwate

In this highly unusual festival held during the intense cold of February, men who are co…

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Daito-Ohara Water Throwing Festival

Entsu-in Temple

  • Miyagi

Entsuin Temple is known as a matchmaking temple and a popular viewing location for stunn…

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Entsu-in Temple

Tsuru-no-Mai Bridge

  • Aomori

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

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Tsuru-no-Mai Bridge

Yudonosan Shrine

  • Yamagata

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

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Yudonosan Shrine

Lake Hibara

  • Fukushima

Among a cluster of lakes and ponds created by the eruption of Mount Bandai, Lake Hibara,…

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Lake Hibara

Ouchijuku Snow Festival

  • Fukushima

Ouchijuku was a flourishing post-town in the 17th century. Today the town’s tradit…

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Ouchijuku Snow Festival

Sazaedo

  • Fukushima

Sazae-do is a three-storied, hexagonal pagoda with the look of an optical illusion. Offi…

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Sazaedo

Oyasukyo Onsen

  • Akita

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

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Oyasukyo Onsen

Senshu Park

  • Akita

Built on the site of the town’s former castle ruins, Senshu Park is now home to be…

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Senshu Park

Higashiyama Onsen

  • Fukushima

Higashiyama Onsen is one of three renowned hot springs in Tohoku along with Kaminoyama O…

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Higashiyama Onsen

Shirakami Sanchi

  • Multiple Areas

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

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Shirakami Sanchi

Shiwahiko-jinja Shrine and Shiogama-jinja Shrine

  • Miyagi

Shiogama-jinja Shrine has long been revered by ordinary people for protecting the Tohoku…

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Shiwahiko-jinja Shrine and Shiogama-jinja Shrine

Kanrantei

  • Miyagi

Kanrantei is a tearoom built on a small hill on the Matsushima Coast to allow you to app…

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Kanrantei

Tobishima Liquorice Flowers at Onogame

  • Niigata

Onogame is a giant, turtle-shaped monolith standing 167 metres above ground level plungi…

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Tobishima Liquorice Flowers at Onogame

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

Hakkoda Snow Corridor

  • Aomori

The Hakkoda Snow Corridor is a driving route between the Hakkoda Hotel at Sukayu Onsen a…

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Hakkoda Snow Corridor

Hideyo Noguchi Memorial Museum

  • Fukushima

This museum is dedicated to Hideyo Noguchi, an acclaimed bacteriologist from the town of…

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Hideyo Noguchi Memorial Museum

Komachi Festival

  • Akita

Yuzawa city in Akita prefecture was the hometown of the ancient poet Ono no Komachi, ren…

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Komachi Festival

Make Bread Using Shirakami Kodama Yeast and Look for Livin…

  • Akita

Shirakami-Sanchi, a mountainous area straddling Akita and Aomori Prefectures, is a habit…

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Make Bread Using Shirakami Kodama Yeast and Look for Livin…

Sushi, sashimi, Japanese sake chef's choice set

  • Fukushima

Sea ingredients are directly transported from Hokkaido to inland Aizu!! Moreover, extra …

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Sushi, sashimi, Japanese sake chef's choice set

Bank of Iwate Red Brick Building

  • Iwate

The Bank of Iwate Red Brick Building was built in 1911 as the head office for Morioka Ba…

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Bank of Iwate Red Brick Building
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