Located in the north of Japan, is a treasure trove of charms

With Japan’s longest Ou Mountain Range as the border, the Tohoku region is divided into the Pacific coast area, the Japan Sea coast area, and the Sanriku area. Taking advantage of the varying climate and distinctive geography, agriculture is one of the most thriving industries. In summer, an inflow of tourists visit the region to experience the excitement of Tohoku’s top three festivals: the Nebuta Festival in Aomori, the Kanto Festival in Akita, and the Tanabata Festival in Miyagi. Endowed with nature’s bounty and beauty, Tohoku is full of sightseeing spots to explore and enjoy for all seasons, with regional delectable cuisine and activities.

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