Tourist Information of Iwate


Iwate Prefecture is a tourist destination where nature and history are fused, with attractions such as the World Heritage Site of Hiraizumi, beautiful valleys such as Genbikei and Geibikei, and gourmet experiences including the three famous noodles of Morioka and fresh seafood. Visitors can also enjoy seasonal landscapes such as ski resorts and hydrangea gardens. Please come and visit Iwate Prefecture, where rich nature and culture thrive!

Tourist Areas in Iwate See more

Popular Spots in Iwate Prefecture See more

Iwate Prefecture is a tourist destination where history and nature harmonize, with beautiful valleys such as "Genbikei" and "Geibikei," as well as the world heritage site "Chuson-ji Temple." You can also enjoy the experience of interacting with animals at "Iwate Safari Park." Additionally, we recommend trying the local specialty "Kakkoudango," which you can enjoy while savoring the scenery of the four seasons. Why not visit Iwate Prefecture, which is filled with diverse attractions, at least once? もっとみる

Scenic Spots to Enjoy

Iwate Prefecture is a place where beautiful scenery blending nature and history spreads out. Experience the ambiance of the Edo to Meiji period at "Tono Furusato Village," and gaze at the stone walls surrounded by seasonal flowers at "Morioka Castle Site Park." In addition, you can enjoy the elegance of the Heian period at "Rekishi Koen Esashi Fujiwara no Sato," and the ambiance of the Taisho period at "Michinoku Folk Village." Why not visit Iwate Prefecture, enveloped in rich nature and history, at least once? もっとみる

Spots to Enjoy Nature

Iwate Prefecture has an abundance of spots where you can enjoy nature. At "Genbudo Cave," Japan's oldest limestone cave, you can tour fossils from approximately 350 million years ago and a beautiful underground lake. Additionally, "Kamaishi Falls" is a nationally designated scenic spot where you can enjoy the changing colors of the scenery throughout the four seasons. Why not visit Iwate Prefecture, where nature and history blend seamlessly? もっとみる

Recommended Spots in Spring

Recommended Summer Spots

Hot Springs in Iwate Prefecture See more

Hot springs in Iwate Prefecture are scattered in nature-rich locations, each with its own unique charm. From the historic Hanamaki Onsen to the lakeside resort Tsunagi Onsen and the secluded and mysterious Matsukawa Onsen... Enjoy a relaxing hot bath along with the changing seasons and make it the perfect destination to heal your daily fatigue. When you visit Iwate Prefecture, be sure to experience this wonderful hot spring culture. もっとみる

Popular Hotels in Iwate Prefecture See more

In Iwate Prefecture, you can enjoy hot springs with natural scenic views. At Yufugawa Onsen Shinkiyotan, you can relax in a Japanese-modern room and enjoy room service for breakfast and dinner. At Morioka Tsunagi Onsen Hotel Shion, all rooms boast a lake view. Local ingredients are used in the cuisine, and the historic architecture is also a highlight! もっとみる

Hotels Enjoyable for Families with Children

Hotels in Iwate Prefecture are full of features that families with children can enjoy! At Shin-Appi Onsen Shizurukan, you can relax in hot springs that flow directly from the source. At Hachimantai Mountain Hotel, you can savor homemade roast beef while enjoying magnificent views. Additionally, Shizukuishi Prince Hotel is an all-season resort where you can feel the ambiance of each season. Make wonderful memories with your children! もっとみる

Hotels Famous for Hot Springs

Accommodations in Iwate Prefecture are attractive for their pleasant hot springs and beautiful scenery. At "Soba-an Shizukatei" in Oshu Hiraizumi Onsen, you can enjoy dinner in your room, and at "Onsen Minshuku Eimaya," you can enjoy breathtaking views from a hot spring bath that is available 24 hours a day. At "Morioka Tsunagi Onsen Aishinkan" and "Uguisu-ju Onsen Choeikan," you can also enjoy a variety of baths for hot spring hopping! もっとみる

Local Cuisine in Iwate Prefecture

Iwate Prefecture's local cuisine is attractive due to its diverse dishes that utilize abundant ingredients from both the sea and mountains. In particular, you can enjoy a wide range of traditional local dishes, from the "Morioka Three Great Noodles" and "Maesawa Beef" to "Mochi Gozen" in Ichinoseki, which celebrates the culture of mochi. Additionally, from modern creative dishes to traditional local cuisine, be sure to savor the taste of Iwate Prefecture, a treasure trove of gourmet food, when you visit. もっとみる
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