The first interchange after entering Hachinohe Expressway off Tohoku Expressway Ashiro JCT (junction) is Joboji IC (interchange). This road connects to the No. ...read more
[station / IC]
The honorary chief priest of Tendaiji, Jakucho Setouchi is a popular author and has many titles to her name, and her words have comfort and lead people through ...read more
[great figure / museum]
Tekiseisha is a facility which exhibit and sells carefully selected lacquerwares which use “Joboji Coating”, located at the foot of Tendaiji Oyama. With the inc...read more
Joboji Museum of History and Folklore at the entrance of Tendaiji Temple. Many cultural property specified documentation by the country and city are on display,...read more
The founding of Hachiyozan Tendaiji Temple the holy mountain of Michinoku was in 728 during the Nara period. It is one of the oldest temples of the Northeast an...read more
[big tree / shrine]
Tendai Hot Spring, named by the honorary head nun of Tendaiji, Jakucho Setouchi. It is a bathing and accommodations facility which uses “Gansyoubou”, the spring...read more
Inaniwadake has an altitude of 1078m, is a part of Ou Mountains, and is the highest mountain in the Ninohe region. To the summit it takes about 45 minutes from ...read more
Inaniwadake has a gentle slope and can be climbed by anyone. Half-way up, there is a campsite equipped with administrative buildings, cooking buildings and tent...read more
At the foot of the sacred Inaniwadake Mountain there are an abundance of fresh water springs everywhere. One of which is the "Gansyoubou". There is a legend whi...read more
Mt. Oritsumedake is at the east of Ninohe and is like a folding screen which divides the Pacific Ocean coast and the inlands. It is a mountain with an altitude ...read more
Tricolor @ JAM13
Tendaiji Hydrangea Festival
Hotaria parvula Firefly Watching
A house of learning which Inherits Ninohe’s history from our ancestors...
Refreshing plateau walks and camping under the stars....
The entrance to Ninohe Joboji, where the journey to the Japanese lacqu...