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Access to Ninohe

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Access to Ninohe

Railway

■From Tokyo

Take Tohoku Shinkansen to Ninohe Staion:Riding time is about 2.5 hours

■From Morioka

Take IGR Iwate Ginga Train to Ninohe Station

Take Tohoku Shinkansen to Ninohe Station

■From Hokkaido

Take Hokkaido Shinkansen to Ninohe Station

Long Distance Bus

■From Tokyo

Take Iwate Kenhoku Bus to Ninohe Station:Riding time is about 9 houres

■From Morioka

Take Iwate Kenhoku Bus to Joboji Interchange: Riding time is about an hour and 20 minutes

Take JR Bus to Ninohe Station :Riding time is about an hour and 50 minutes

By Car through highway

Exit either at Joboji Interchange, Ichinohe Interchange, Kunohe Interchange, Karumai Interchange on the Hachinohe expressway,Tohoku Highway.

Public Transpotaion

【City Bus】

・JR Tohoku Ninohe Office
0195-23-5229

【Taxi】

・Tamagawa Taxi Office
0195-23-2121
・Fukuoka Taxi Office
0195-23-3161
・Kindaichi Taxi Office
0195-27-2535
・Joboji Taxi Office
0195-38-2233

【Rent-A-Car】

・Nippon Rent-A-Car Ninohe Station West Entrance Office
0195-23-0919
・Eki Rent-A-Car East Japan Ninohe Office
0195-23-0919
・Toyota Rent-A-Car Ninohe Station Sinkansen Entrance
Office 0195-23-0100

Hotel

Hot Springs

【Kindaichi Hot Springs】

【Joboji Hot Springs】

Outskirts

Ichinohe

A town located at the south of Ninohe. Many great places to visit such as: “Goshono Jomon Ruins” and “Okunakayama Plateau”, “Iwate Forest of the Children”.

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Karumai

Located at the east of Ninohe. “Yukiyagawa Dam Forest Park Karumai” where you can enjoy a field filled with tulips is truly worth seeing.

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Kunohe

Kunohe is a place Which has many historic sites such as, Kunohe Shrine and Kubitsuka (burial mound for severed heads) which are related to Masazane Kunohe. There is also a ski resort where night skiing can be enjoyed.

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