Esashi-Fujiwara Heritage Park

Situated in Esashi of Iwate, Esashi-Fujiwara Heritage Park is a theme park where you can experience the history and culture of the Tohoku region from the ancient to the medieval era. Inside this more or less 20-hectare large park, 120 historical buildings are reconstructed and used as a filming location for many period TV shows and movies. Furthermore, you can experience how Japanese people lived during the medieval era. It feels as if you can travel back in time to see Japan in another period.

Address
86-1 Konamaru, Esashiku Iwayado, Oshu-shi, Iwate
Contact No.
+81-197-35-7791
Access
15 min by taxi from Mizusawa-Esashi Station on the JR Line
Opening Hours / Holidays
9:00-17:00 (Closes at 16:00 from Nov 11- the end of February)
Open all year round
Official Website
http://www.fujiwaranosato.com/
Time Required
90 min
Admission fee
Adults 800 yen, High school students 500 yen, Elementary and Junior high school students 300 yen

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Seicho Government Office

As you pass the entrance gate, you will see two government offices called Seichoin. Seicho was the building where many political and important ceremonies took place. The northern section is the reconstruction of the building from the 8th-9th centuries. The southern section is the reconstruction of the 12th century building. The meticulously reconstructed beautiful buildings are used in TV shows, movies, and even in music videos.

Trick Art Attraction, Heian Hall

Trick Art refers to strange artwork where flat paintings appear three-dimensional through optical illusion. In the Trick Art Attraction, Heian Hall, in Esashi-Fujiwara Heritage Park, you can enjoy trick artwork based on the scenes from medieval Japan. Why don't you take interesting pictures with trick artwork?

Experience Culture

In Esashi-Fujiwara Heritage Park, there are many culture experience programs in which you can experience the life during medieval Japan! At Heian Aristocrat Cosplay, you can wear aristocratic costumes from back in the day and take pictures. You can also try your hand at archery and dress up in samurai armor. There are so many things you can do here.

Esashi-Fujiwara Heritage Park

Situated in Esashi of Iwate, Esashi-Fujiwara Heritage Park is a theme park where you can experience the history and culture of the Tohoku region from the ancient to the medieval era. Inside this more or less 20-hectare large park, 120 historical buildings are reconstructed and used as a filming location for many period TV shows and movies. Furthermore, you can experience how Japanese people lived during the medieval era. It feels as if you can travel back in time to see Japan in another period.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Seicho Government Office

As you pass the entrance gate, you will see two government offices called Seichoin. Seicho was the building where many political and important ceremonies took place. The northern section is the reconstruction of the building from the 8th-9th centuries. The southern section is the reconstruction of the 12th century building. The meticulously reconstructed beautiful buildings are used in TV shows, movies, and even in music videos.

Trick Art Attraction, Heian Hall

Trick Art refers to strange artwork where flat paintings appear three-dimensional through optical illusion. In the Trick Art Attraction, Heian Hall, in Esashi-Fujiwara Heritage Park, you can enjoy trick artwork based on the scenes from medieval Japan. Why don't you take interesting pictures with trick artwork?

Experience Culture

In Esashi-Fujiwara Heritage Park, there are many culture experience programs in which you can experience the life during medieval Japan! At Heian Aristocrat Cosplay, you can wear aristocratic costumes from back in the day and take pictures. You can also try your hand at archery and dress up in samurai armor. There are so many things you can do here.

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