Remarkable Water Spots in Iwate Area

  • Seiryusui Spring
    Travel / Tourism
    Iwate Morioka-shi Natayacho
    This is a famous spring in the Daijiji-cho, Morioka City. It has been named one of the 100 Exquisite and Well-Conserved Waters in Heisei Era, and like the nearby Daiji Spring Water, it has been used as an everyday water supply since ancient times. Four wells, one for drinking water, one for washing rice, one for washing clothes, and one for washing feet were set up and were managed by the local people. Near the spring are businesses that depend on using the famous water: including tofu makers, sake brewers, and soba noodle shops.
  • Daiji Shimizu Spring
    Travel / Tourism
    Iwate Morioka-shi Natayacho
    This famous spring water in the Daijiji-cho, Morioka City. It has been named one of the 100 Exquisite and Well-Conserved Waters in Heisei Era Like the nearby Seiryusui Spring Water, it has been used as an everyday water supply since ancient times. Four wells, one for drinking water, one for washing rice, one for washing clothes, and one for washing feet were set up and were managed by the local people. Near the spring are businesses that depend on using the famous water: including tofu makers, sake brewers, and soba noodle shops.
  • Yuhazunoizumi
    Travel / Tourism
    Iwate Pref. Iwateguniwatemachi Midou
  • Suginododaishimizu
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    Iwate Pref. Oushushi Mizusawa-ku Shinjou
  • Kanazawa Shimizu
    Travel / Tourism
    Iwate Hachimantai-shi Matsuo Yoriki Dai1-chiwari
  • Kanazawa Shimizu
    Travel / Tourism
    Iwate Hachimantai-shi Matsuo Yoriki Dai1-chiwari Kanazawa
  • Ryusenhorachiteimizuminomizu
    Travel / Tourism
    Iwate Pref. Shimoheiguniwaizumichou Iwaizumi Kannari 1-1

Iwate Areas

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A northern Tohoku prefecture promising peace and quiet, Iwate is sparsely populated, replacing people with snow-capped mountains, history-rich sites, and fields of crops that are to thank for the region’s delicious local cuisine. Meander along the three-city Golden Route, where you’ll visit the grand Buddhist temples of Hiraizumi and the Tono folk villages before tasting the three famed noodle dishes of Morioka.

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