An onsen located in the Hachimantai National Park where you can enjoy onsen in nature
- Matukawa Onsen Kyounso
- Matagi Museum
A museum where you can learn about Matagi who lived in the mountainous areas of Tohoku and made their living through hunting in ancient times.
- Odaiko no Yakata
A historical museum where you can see and try the World’s largest taiko drum listed in the Guinness World Records.
- Hikage Onsen
Opened in 1893, the water from this onsen is famous for revitalizing skin. Surrounded by nature, you can enjoy a relaxing atmosphere.
- Magewappa-making experience (Shibata Yoshinobu Shoten)
Experience Magewappa-making, a traditional Japanese craft. How about making a unique item by yourself?
- Furusawa Onsen Koyokan
A popular onsen where you can meet a pair of cute Akita dogs
An old, still-active theater designated as an important cultural property where you can feel like you are an actor/actress
- Workshop Mujosen (Hachimantai Geothermal Dying)
Matsukawa Geothermal Power Plant is Japan’s first commercial geothermal power station. You can experience a dying technique using geothermal steam from the plant that is unique in the world.
- Koujiya Motomiya
A shop and restaurant specialized in koji (mold) including rice koji and koji miso where you can have a hand-on experience making miso too
- Fudo waterfall (Sakuramatsu Shrine)
A waterfall that was selected as one of Japan’s top 100 waterfalls and is famous as a spiritual and matchmaking site
- Yudonburi Sakaeyu
Although a natural hot spring, the facility itself is a sento, a downtown-style public bath!
- Shinohara Maruyoshi Furin
Offers workshops to makeEdo Furin, which are made only in two places in Japan.