Parking lot (approx. 330m²) in Morioka City along Japan National Route 282. Complete with electric facilities but no water services. Space for up to 7 cars available. Across Lawson (convenience store). Hot spring in the area. Tohoku Expressway only 5 minutes by car on Nishine Interchange.
※There are also facilities that can be paid by cash at the station
This is a secret hot spring deep in the Mount Nyuto. The area is popular for enjoying a bath while viewing the winter snowfall, with the white cloudy water also being a popular element. There are 7 onsen houses in the area, making it ideal for enjoying several different onsen. The area is in a very secluded spot and is also ideal for viewing the night sky on a clear night.※Credit：旅と温泉の無料写真素材 おんふぉと http://on-photo.com/
This is Japan's deepest freshwater lake at 423.4m, situated in the eastern part of Akita. This place is said to be the setting of the "Legend of Princess Tatsuko", where a woman came to Lake Tazawa and drank the water while praying for immortality. It is said that she became a dragon and became the ruler of the lake. There is also a statue of princess Tatsuko to commemorate this.
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 mountain stream from the Oirase River that runs for about 14 km in Towada Hachimantai National Park. A number of waterfalls are scattered along this mountain stream, including Choshi Falls. This road is also sometimes known as the "waterfall highway". Many tourists visit to see the fresh green and autumn leaves.
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 area was formed the crater of Hakkoda Volcano in Sukayu Onsen Village. Even now, sulphuric gases still rise from the area and can be smelt, with water around 70-90 degrees spraying out of the swamp. The place almost feels like the depths of a hellish landscape. However the area is also famous for autumn leaves.
This is an onsen by the volcanic Mount Hakkoda. This onsen is famous for "Sennin Buro" which has two different types of Onsen bath tubs - the regular warm water onsen bath as well as the "shi-bu-roku-bu" type. This type initially feels hotter than the regular type, but the feeling of warmth is shorter. This onsen boasts a long history having opened in 1684, and despite it being situated deep in the mountain, it has always been popular with visitors.
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.
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 gorge that flows through Koyoshi River. There is a cliff that continues for 8km where one can see Ishizawa waterfall, various rock formations and caves, with numerous hidden spots. The area is popular in autumn for the autumn leaves that appear.