Japan's biggest preserved ruins of a Jomon-era settlement as well as the Sannai-Maruyama site are located adjacent here. A wide selection of works from artists based in Aomori prefecture are displayed here. Yoshitomo Nara's "Aomori dog" is a must see.
Beginning in the exhibition room and stretching out to the courtyard and plaza, the space is overflowing with art. It is worth pointing out the colorful "Flower House" or the gigantic "Ghost".
Enjoy a diverse range of events including seeing Japan's oldest Yoshino in spring's "Sakura festival", fall's "Autumn leaves festival", and winter's "Snow lantern festival".
With horse riding and sheep shows around, there are a wide variety of opportunities to touch with animals and other attractions. You can also enjoy eating "Genghis Khan", "Gelato", and other locally produced cuisine.
This is a listed World Heritage Site. Including the divine gold sparkling Temples, the remaining collection of 3000 Cultural Properties such as "Sankouzou" and others are worth noting. Taking a stroll through "Tsukimi-hill" is also recommended.
This is the best Jellyfish Aquarium in the world. And the most popular spot in Tsuruoka City. Enjoy the fantastical scenery and get a taste of "Jellyfish Ramen" at the restaurant.
Comprehensive exhibition museum in Sanriku Reconstruction National Park.We are also informed about not only the natural environment and the beauty of the landscape but also the affected areas that are recovering.
At the summit of Godai-do is the No.1 viewing spot in Yamagata. While gazing at the shrine, you can climb up the 1000 step stairway. With the sounds of cicadas in the air, the summer time is especially majestic.
As the Emerald Green begins, depending on the weather the colors on the lakes surface changes, creating a truly remarkable scenery. Because promenade paths are in service, please feel free to view all of the swamps.
These are the sparkling emerald limestone caverns. In addition to a 40-60 minute walk around course, there is also an exploration course available. Because temperatures within the caverns can reach 15℃, please come prepared with outerwear.