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Things to do in Hachinohe, JP

Andoshoeki Museum
Andoshoeki Museum

Ando Shoeki Museum In the mid-Edo period, Shoeki Ando developed an innovative philosophy while making a living as a physician in Hachinohe. His ideas about working towards a society in which nature and humans are in harmony are still alive to this day, and he is said to be the world’s first ecologist.

Ashigezaki Observatory
Ashigezaki Observatory

Ashigezaki Observatory The Ashigezaki Observatory is located on a cape in front of Samekado Lighthouse. At the end of the Edo era it was used to monitor foreign ships, and it was also used as a military facility by the Japanese Imperial Army near the end of World War II.

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Children's World
Children's World

oll Road Tall Road Exit North Hachinohe 45 45 C H I L D R E N ’ S HS L A N D 29 SEGA World u Yokomachi Grossary Store u tHair Salon EARTH tHachinohe City Hospital 11 11 11 DIRECTIONS (TOLL ROAD) 1 Follow the general directions to Hachinohe.

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Chojasanshinra Shrine
Chojasanshinra Shrine

Hachinohe (八戸市, Hachinohe-shi) is a city located in Aomori Prefecture, Japan. As of 28 February 2017, the city had an estimated population of 229,527, and a population density of 756 persons per km 2 in 107,598 households.

Hachinohe Castle
Hachinohe Castle

Hachinohe Castle (八戸城, Hachinohe-jō) was a Japanese castle that formed the administrative center of Hachinohe Domain, a feudal domain of the Nambu clan, located in the center of what is now the city of Hachinohe in Aomori Prefecture, Japan. Nothing remains of the castle today.

Hachinohe Park
Hachinohe Park

Hachinohe Park Hotel is offering accommodations in Hachinohe. Featuring a garden, this 3-star hotel has air-conditioned rooms with a private bathroom. European, French, Chinese and Japanese dishes are served at the on-site restaurant.

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Hachinohe Portal Museum
Hachinohe Portal Museum

At the Hachinohe Portal Museum “hacchi”, over 200 of “Yawata-uma”, a traditional craft made by the prefectural traditional craftsman, Nojiro Okubo will welcome you at the entrance. The facility has exhibition booths in the form of yatai (stall) for local foods, festival, history and culture, and also morning markets and yokocho (alleyway off the main street, usually there are shops and dining, etc.).

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Hibarino Park
Hibarino Park

Destinations nearby to Hibarino Kōen include Jizōtai, Nawashirosawa, Tokurakubo and Kowatari. Landmarks in the area include Kowataritai Kōen, Tomabechi Eki, Fukuchi Bashi and Ken’yoshi Eki.

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Kabushima Shrine
Kabushima Shrine

Kabushima-jinja Shrine Kabushima-jinja Shrine, where the Buddhist goddess Benzaiten is enshrined, has been a place of worship where visitors have prayed for prosperous business and fishing safety since olden times.

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Kindaichi Onsen
Kindaichi Onsen

Aomori prefecture is known for onsen, of which number and the yield of hot springs are the fourth in Japan. There are plural number of unique onsen; only one onsen in the quiet forest, onsen with beautiful sunset view, the one litterateur loved, onsen healing body and soul, and onsen have been loved by people.

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Korekawa Site
Korekawa Site

This is a site located on a plateau at an altitude of 10 to 44 m on the left bank of the Niida River flowing north through Hachinohe City. The name Korekawa Site is a collective term for the Hotta Site (Middle Jomon period), Ichioji Site (Early to Middle Jomon period) and Nakai Site (Final Jomon period), and the Nakai Site is one of the sites representing the Kamegaoka culture.

Kowataritai Park
Kowataritai Park

Destinations nearby to Kowataritai Kōen include Matsuyama, Mukaitai, Kuraishi-ishizawa and Ishizawa. Landmarks in the area include Hibarino Kōen, Kiyose Ōhashi, Ken’yoshi Eki and Nagawa Ōhashi.

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Miyagi Park
Miyagi Park

Hachinohe Castle Ruins, Hachinohe: See 8 reviews, articles, and 6 photos of Hachinohe Castle Ruins, ranked No.44 on TripAdvisor among 91 attractions in Hachinohe.

Mt. Hashikami
Mt. Hashikami

It is the facility, located at the Mt Hashikami’s starting point for climbing, to take a rest for climbers and available to buy or eat local fresh vegetables, products and soba noodles.

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Mt. Nakui
Mt. Nakui

To Mt. Nakui turn right just past the parking lot Rt.227. Go 1.8 km and park in front of the toilets. Walk up the paved road and soon you will see the hiking trail on the left.

Ne Castle
Ne Castle

Ne Castle in Hachinohe (Aomori Prefecture) is a rather unique castle. You won't find the typical stone walls or main turret. Ne Castle in Hachinohe (Aomori Prefecture) is a rather unique castle.

Oirase-cho Statue Of Liberty
Oirase-cho Statue Of Liberty

There is neat park called Statue of Liberty Park in Hachinohe. It has a mini-scaled version of the Statue of Liberty. It’s only about 30-40 mins from where we live. We’ve been there several times as it’s a great place to do on nice days.

Samekado Lighthouse
Samekado Lighthouse

Samekado Lighthouse is located in Hachinohe. Put Samekado Lighthouse and other Hachinohe attractions into our Hachinohe vacation planner, and watch your holiday take shape.

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Tanesashi Coast
Tanesashi Coast

Tanesashi Coast. The coast is located in the eastern part of Hachinohe, Aomori Prefecture, this 12 km coast is a part of Sanriku National Park. The coast includes "Kama no kuchi" island in the shape of a pot with "Shiraiwa" rock, white with birds’ excrement and white-sand Osuka coast, listed among Top 100 beaches of Japan.

Tenshoji
Tenshoji

1-131 Aza Kitanuma, Oaza Kawaragi, Hachinohe, Aomori 039-1161, Japan

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Terashitakannon
Terashitakannon

Hachinohe is a city found in Aomori, Japan. It is located 40.5 latitude and 141.5 longitude and it is situated at 20 meters above sea level

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Tsukahara Museum
Tsukahara Museum

Toyota Corolla Hachinohe is a new car dealer, which was founded by Hirohisa Tsukahara in the 1950s. The family opened this museum in 2003, displaying a selection of 1920s and 1930s cars, including a Renault, a Delage, a Rolls-Royce and more.

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