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What can we see in Tōhoku?

Tōhoku has 6 prefectures : Fukushima, Yamagata, Miyagi, Iwate, Akita and Aomori. It's maybe the region which attracts the less tourists in Japan, but you should go and have a look round, it's worth it. Let's have a quick overall look...

In the prefecture of Fukushima

In the town of Urabandai

Lake Hibara-ko

In the town of Shimogō

Post-town Ōuchi-juku

In the town of Aizu-wakamatsu

Residence Aizu Buke Yashiki

Pavilion Entsū-Sansō-dō or Sazae-dō

In the town of Inawashiro

Memorial Museum Noguchi Hideyo Kinenkan

In the prefecture of Yamagata

In the town of Tozawa

Mogami-gawa river

In the town of Yamagata

Zaō-no-Juhyō or Ice Monsters of Zaō

Risshaku-ji or Yama-dera Temple

In the town of Tsuruoka

Mount Haguro-san

Mount Yudono-san

In the town of Shōnai

Mount Gas-san

In the town of Yonezawa

Uesugi-jinja shrine

In the town of Obanazawa

Ginzan Onsen hot spring

In the prefecture of Miyagi

In mount Zaō-san

Crater lake Okama or Goshiki-numa

In the town of Matsushima

Sublime viewpoints (shitaikan) of Matsushima-wan bay

Entsū-in Temple

Zuigan-ji Temple

In the town of Sendai

Ruins of Sendai-jō or Aoba-jō castle

Zuihōden mausoleum

In the prefecture of Iwate

In the town of Miyako

Jōdo-ga-hama beach

In the town of Hiraizumi

Chūson-ji Temple

Mōtsū-ji Temple

In the town of Hanamaki

Miyazawa Kenji Dōwa-Mura village

In the prefecture of Akita

In the town of Semboku

Hachimantai Dragon Eye

Dakigaeri Keikoku valley

Samurai residential aerea Kakunodate Bukeyashiki

In the town of Oga

Cape Nyūdō-zaki

Namahage-kan museum

In the town of Nishimeya

Primitive beech wood Shirakami Sanchi

In the prefecture of Aomori

In the town of Fukaura

Ao-Ike pond

Koganesaki Furofushi Onsen hot spring

In the town of Hachinohe

Tanesashi Kaigan coast

In the town of Towada

Lake Towada-ko

In the town of Hirosaki

Hirosaki-jō castle

In the town of Aomori

Remains of Sannai-Maruyama

In the town of Tsuruta

Tsuru-no-Mai Hashi bridge

In the town of Mutsu

Osore-zan Bodai-ji temple