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Iwate

Iwate Sightseeing Information

We are investigating and introducing tourist information around Iwate. Iwate is in the Tohoku region, and the second largest prefecture in Japan. We will feature special sightseeing information of all over Iwate.

Iwate Sightseeing Information

Iwate is in the Tohoku region, and the second largest prefecture in Japan. It is a paradise of creatures that has immense benefits, fertile land, mountains, the sea and the wilderness that nature gives.
Historic sites that tell stories of history and culture are scattered, hot springs town that heals the tiredness of traveling are abundant, there are plenty of fresh seafood, there are pleasures every season, and the warmth of the people living there is more felt than anything else It is a place of ideal village, Yohatov, that is attracting travelers endlessly.
Iwate Journey: Iwate Prefecture Tourism Portal Site "Iwate Journey"

Popular sights in Iwate

Park Remains
Architecture Commercial Facilities, Shopping Districts
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Morioka
Miyako
Ofunato
Hanamaki
Kitakami
Kuji
Tono
Ichinoseki
Rikuzentakata
Kamaishi
Ninohe
Hachimantai
Oshu
Takizawa
Flower tourism
Green tourism
Marine tourism and Mountain Climbing
Industrial tourism
Ecotourism
Sports tourism
Trekking
Cycling
Shrines and Temples
Castles
Ski Resort and Golf Course
Zoo and Botanical Gardens
Nature
Theme park and Aquarium
Hot Springs
Hotels and Inns

Japan Sightseeing Information

Hokkaido RegionHokkaido
Tohoku Region Aomori
Iwate
Miyagi
Akita
Yamagata
Fukushima
Kanto Region Ibaraki
Tochigi
Gunma
Saitama
Tokyo
Chiba
Kanagawa
Chubu Region Niigata
Toyama
Ishikawa
Fukui
Yamanashi
Nagano
Gifu
Shizuoka
Aichi
Kinki Region Mie
Shiga
Nara
Wakayama
Kyoto
Osaka
Hyogo
Chugoku Region Tottori
Shimane
Okayama
Hiroshima
Yamaguchi
Shikoku Region Kagawa
Tokushima
Ehime
Kochi
Kyushu Region Fukuoka
Saga
Nagasaki
Kumamoto
Oita
Miyazaki
Kagoshima
Okinawa RegionOkinawa

※Tourist information posted on this site was mainly investigated from 2017 to 2018. Please note that these information may not be accurate.

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