This is a ria style coastline (ria is a valley land mass partially submerged in water) that is part of Sanriku Fukko National Park. The pine trees of Iwate prefecture are also found here and provide a big contrast to the landscape, creating the atmosphere of a Japanese garden. The name comes from a priest who is said to have called the place a "paradise".
This is a hot spring in Hanamaki. It is located at the foot of Mount DogasawaMount ManjyuDai River within a landscape of spectacular scenery. There is a luxury hotel situated within a secluded area of Sakura and red pine trees, and is an ideal onsen destination for families with children.※Credit：旅と温泉の無料写真素材 おんふぉと http://on-photo.com/
This is a 2km long valley along which Satetsu River flows. There is a limestone quay of around 50 meters high that continues along the river with various unusual rocks and waterfalls dotted along the way. This place is popular for enjoying a local traditional song of the area while riding a boat along the river.
This is a World Heritage Temple built by Fujiwara Kiyohira, the first of the noble Fujiwara family, during the Heian era(794-1185). The main temple contains the Buddha, as well as the remains of three generations of the Fujiwara. The luxurious golden hall shows the glamorous culture of the noble family, and is known as a place where the Fujiwaras wished for life pleasure.