Availability : 24th to 31st Oct 2024
Country : Japan
Max People : Min 15 and 20 Max

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Visit Sannai Maruyama Historical Site;

Japan’s newest UNESCO World Heritage Site. 

The Jomon prehistoric ruins could draw you back to the Tohoku region, devastated by 2011 quake and tsunami.

The Jomon ruins encompass 17 archaeological sites in northern Japan and include the remains of stone circles and villages, some of which have been reconstructed.

The Nebuta Museum Wa-Rasse is a facility that introduces the history and charms of the Aomori Nebuta Matsuri Festival. At the museum you can experience every aspect of the festival. On display are 4 full-sized floats that participated in the festival in August, and Nebuta Faces that show the individuality of their respective creators.

A visit to Tanesashi Beach.

The highlight around the Tanesashi Coast is the natural lawn that spreads all the way to the shoreline. The southern region of Aomori Prefecture, to which the Tanesashi Coast belongs is a horse breeding area. It has provided support for the lives of the Japanese people as a means of transportation and for agricultural work, as well as for military power during the Samurai era.

Head to Hachinohe Shuzo Sake Brewery that dates back to 1775. Aomori has a high reputation for its local brews. Brewing excellent Japanese sake depends on two key components: clean natural water and high-quality rice. Fortunately, both of these abound in Aomori Prefecture thanks to its beautiful natural environment. Pure snowmelt flows from the Hakkoda and Shirakami Mountains, and the rich soil of Aomori is suited to growing brewer’s rice, a type of rice with a high starch content and low protein content ideal for sake brewing. Several varieties of brewer’s rice including Hanafubuki and Hanaomoi have been specially developed in Aomori. Enjoy a brewery tour and sake tasting

The Tatehana Wharf Market

The morning market in Hachinohe City is considered one of Japan's largest of its kind. Every Sunday, as dawn breaks, the usually calm, ordinary fishing port suddenly becomes bustling with activity. Approximately 300 stalls lining the 800-meter stretch of the port is more than just a market; it seems almost like a town. Be delighted by the rich variety of goods produced in Hachinohe including fresh seafood, vegetables, fruits and prepared foods. more than just a market; it seems almost like a town. Be delighted by the rich variety of goods produced in Hachinohe including fresh seafood, vegetables, fruits and prepared foods. Often there is live music playing behind the stalls and many people come to have breakfast or socialize with friends to enjoy the massive morning market in their own style.

Hirosaki Castle

Hirosaki Castle is widely considered to be one of Japan's most beautiful castles. Constructed in the Hirayama style, the main tower was built on top of a hill for easier defense and surrounded by defensive walls, moats, and yagura towers. The Hirosaki Castle Chrysanthemum and Autumn Foliage Festival is held every year from late October to early November.

Kuroishi Apple Garde

Let’s do some hands-on activity this afternoon picking apples @ Kuroishi Apple Garden. When apple harvest season comes (typically starts from mid September and lasts through early November), visitors from all over come to enjoy the exquisite taste of fresh picked apples in the beautiful scenery of the Tsugaru plain’s amber waves of rice in the wind against the backdrop of the Iwaki mountains. Apple varieties harvested: Fuji, Tsugaru, Orin, Hokuto, Jonagold and more (harvest season differs for each).

Lake Tsutanuma

An early wake up to see the morning sun of Lake Tsutanuma is a must. This beautiful place often appears in commercials and nature programs on TV. The autumn foliage around Lake Tsutanuma, is a sight to behold at this time of year as beech and Mizunara oak trees turn various shades of red in the morning sun.  The surface of the lake looks like glass when there is no wind, resulting in a “water mirror” that reflects the trees. This scenery can only be seen for a moment when the sunshine in the morning behind the mountains comes up and lights up the red leaves and trees. When the sun goes high, the color gradually changes to yellow or a pale red.

Hakkoda Juhyo (or frost covered trees only during winter time). You reach the summit easily in around 10 minutes by ropeway offering scenery that is bound to be amazing. A set of volcanic peaks located between Aomori City and Lake Towada and included among Japan's 100 Famous Mountains. At 1585 meters, Mt Hakkoda may not be considered one of the tallest mountains in Japan, but it certainly ranks among the most beautiful. It is known for its beauty throughout the year from winter to summer. In addition, the mountain is one of the first places in the Tohoku Region to develop autumn colors each year.

Jōgakura Bridge

To enjoy views of the Hakkoda Mountains throughout Japan's four seasons, but autumn is especially popular, when the autumn leaves change to beautiful shades of red and orange. The best time to view the autumn leaves is in mid-October, and the picturesque scenery of the autumn leaves stretching far into the distance is a must-see.

Oirase Mountain Stream

Explore the stunning Oirase Mountain Stream, where the breathtaking view of autumn leaves captivates your heart.  The stream flows along the floor of the Oirase Gorge, winding among trees, which - while a lush green in spring and summer - turn brilliant shades of red, yellow and orange from late October through early November. Over a dozen waterfalls cascade down into the stream all along its length from the walls of the gorge.   Enjoy an easy-to-walk hiking trail leading along the most scenic, upper passage of the stream.

A boat cruise on Lake Towada, a double caldera boasting crystal-clear waters and encircled by ancient forests.As Autumn arrives, the woods transform into a golden-red marvel, reflecting in the pristine depths of the lake. Centered on the crystal-clear Oirase River, the Oirase Gorge leisurely winds its way through a deciduous forest. In autumn, this spectacular wood with its icy stream becomes nothing short of a stunning tunnel of color. Best explored by road, the Oirase Gorge has a number of captivating photo vistas to choose from such as a collection of captivating waterfalls and diverse terrain.

Hiraizumi (UNESCO) and step back in time to the golden past. Explore Hiraizumi's immaculate temples and historical artifacts from the 11th and 12th centuries.

Chusonji Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is located in Hiraizumi between Ichinoseki and Oshu. You can get a glimpse into Japan's frontier history at this temple. A forest path leads to the simple yet elegant beauty of the temple itself, a sense of profound serenity encompasses the area, making it a great place to spend the day.








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