Warp Back to the Edo Period! Visit Kakunodate, a Town Filled with Seasonal Charms in Akita Prefecture!
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Have you ever heard of Kakunodate, a town located in Akita Prefecture?
Kakunodate is a famous sightseeing spot in the Tohoku region. Many samurai houses from the Edo Period are still remaining here on Bukeyashiki-dori and it will make you feel as if you warped back in time!
This time, we will introduce the charms of Kakunodate that has different expressions throughout the seasons with its seasonal plants.
What is Bukeyashiki-dori in Kakunodate?
The townscape of Kakunodate was created in the early Edo Period by Ashina Yoshikatsu.
In 1976, it was designated as an important preservation district of historic buildings. It is a sightseeing spot where many samurai houses still remain in their original form.
In addition, along the bank of the river that follows through the city are Yoshino cherry trees stretching for 2 kilometers.
Also along the Bukeyashiki-dori are about 400 weeping cherry trees and some are over 300 years old. This sight is splendid!
Look forward to spring with weeping cherry trees
Wear kimono in a town with an atmosphere of the Edo Period
If you would like to take nice photos in Kakunodate, rent out kimono and enjoy the atmosphere!
Tatetsuya lends out antique kimono and offer kimono dressing. It is 15 minutes on foot from the station.
The black walls that are lined up through Bukeyashiki-dori go really well with abundant kimono.
Kimono dressing experience at Tatetsuya.
After putting on a kimono, head to the Bukeyashiki-dori!
Tatetsuya Store Details
Kakunodate Kabazaiku Center Tatetsuya
Rental Hours: 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Fee: 4,000 yen (1 person)
|Address||25 Nakamachi, Kakunodate-machi, Senboku-shi, Akita|