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Tatehana Wharf Morning Market

The morning market, which is Hachinohe’s largest one, is held on every Sunday at Tatehana Wharf. It is also said to be the largest morning market in Japan. The fishing port, where is u...more

Iso Ramen

“Sobamochi-gai (hard clams)” caught at Tanesashi Coast in spring is known for its taste that is good for making broth. Iso Ramen (iso means seashore) is originally made using the broth from s...more

Hachinohe Regional Industry Promotion Center “Youtree”

Youtree is a facility, as a place to promote regional industries, directly connected to JR Hachinohe Station, which provides demonstration sales of local products, restaurants and accomm...more

Tohoku Resutaurant Train, TOHOKU EMOTION

“TOHOKU EMOTION” runs on JR Hachinohe Line [between Hachinohe Station and Kuji Station] along the Sanriku Coast, and all of which is restaurant carriage. The train provides “a trip re...more

Nanbu Tekki

“Nanbu Tekki (Nanbu ironware)” is a traditional craft in the Tohoku Region, boasting approximately 400 years history. Additions to traditional products like cha-no-yugama (tea kettle...more

Hachinohe Yatai Mura (Food Stall Village)-Miroku Yokocho

Miroku Yokocho is located in the city center of Hachinohe. It is a little part of town with around 26 food stalls. Each shop serves a local menu such as fresh seafood from the Hachinoh...more

Tanesashi Coast

The Tanesashi coast offers many natural attractions such as the natural grass that grows to the water’s edge, the nakisuna (singing sand) that produce sounds when walking, and a vast grassy pl...more

Hachinohe Emburi

Hachinohe Emburi is a traditional folk festival held in anticipation for the arrival of spring and successful harvest. Held for four days from February 17th to the 20th every year, the...more

Hachinohe Sansha Taisai Festival

Hachinohe Sansha Taisai Festival is the largest festival in Hachinohe region with a history and tradition of over 290 years. It is held annually between July 31st and August 4th. As on...more

Hakkasan Hokoji Temple

Hakkasan Hokoji Temple is located in Nanbu Town. It is said that Joyoto, constructed in 1949, is the tallest three-story pagoda in Japan. Visitors can experience Zazen (Zen meditatio...more

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