Tohoku Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Tohoku - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

Browse Sights

View All 6

(6 out of 6 results)

Fodor's Choice

Area

View All 52

Towada–Hachiman-tai National Park 6

Morioka 6

Sendai 6

Aomori 5

Tsuruoka and Dewa-Sanzan 4

Akita 4

Tazawa-ko and Kakunodate 4

[+]

Kakunodate 3

Tazawa-ko 1

Hiraizumi 3

Hirosaki 3

Yamadera 3

Matsushima 3

Yamagata 1

Show More +
Category

View All 48

Archaeological Site/ Ruins 1

Bath/ Hot Spring 3

Beach–Sight 1

Body Of Water/ Waterfall 2

Building/ Architectural Site 1

Castle/ Palace/ Chateau 2

Forest 1

Garden/ Arboretum 1

Geological Site 2

House/ Mansion/ Villa 1

Island 1

Local Interest–Sight 1

Market/ Bazaar 1

Memorial/ Monument/ Tomb 1

Mountain–Sight 3

Museum/ Gallery 7

Park (National/ State/ Provincial) 3

Park/ Playground 2

Religious Building/ Site/ Shrine 12

Scenic Drive/ Tour 1

Spa–Sight 1

Store/ Shop/ Mall 5

Town/ Village 2

Trail/ Path 4

Viewpoint/ Scenic Overlook 2

Volcano 1

Show More +
Best For

View All 3

Family 1

Advertisement

Tohoku Sights

Showing 6 out of 6 Results

Filter Results
Clear All Filters

Sort By:

  • Alphabetical
  • Fodor's Choice

Gozaku Store

  • Store/Shop/Mall

This wealthy merchant's house was built sometime between the Edo and Meiji Periods (1600–1868) and has a distinguished historical presence.

Ho-Onji

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

On the outskirts of Mt. Atagoyama is a temple district where a dozen temples are clustered. This one houses 499 statues, including Marco...

Iwate Koen

  • Park/Playground

This park is large enough to get lost in, with varied landscapes, an astonishing variety of artfully placed flowers and trees, shady...

Kamasada Iron Casting Studio

  • Store/Shop/Mall

The five casters here create the fine iron work, and their products are as authentic and beautiful as Nanbu-tekki can be. Designed by...

Kogensha

  • Store/Shop/Mall

Specializing in quality folk crafts like lacquerware, dyed fabrics, kites, and pottery, this shop is composed of several small buildings...

Mitsu-Ishi Shrine

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Literally "the Shrine of the Three Rocks," here you will find said boulders wrapped with Shinto straw festoons. In case you're wondering...

Advertisement