Morioka Film Commission
Newly listed locations
Morioka City General ArenaMorioka City, Iwate Prefecture
Used as a venue for multiple purposes for sports and events. 4-story building is made of armored concrete. The total floor area is 3234 ㎡. Has 5058 seats.
The space can be used for 3 basketball ...
Weeping cherry tree in Ryukokuji Temple(Moriokashidare of Ryukokuji)Morioka City, Iwate Prefecture
White-colored weeping cherry tree in Ryukokuji Temple. Newly discovered endemic cherry tree in 1920.Registered as a national natural treaturein1936.
Bank of Iwate Red Brick BuildingMorioka city, Iwate prefecture
Renaissance style building built in 1911. The architect, Manji Kasai is from Morioka city and designed the building Tokyo station as well.Designated as a national important cultural property in 1994
Former Sasaki Residence (Nanbumagariya House)Yahaba Cho, Iwate Prefecture
Built in 1863. Yahaba Cho bought the house from Sasaki family in Fujisama area and relocated it to the Museum of History and Folklore. Registered as the town's tangible cultural asset.
Former Koyase primary school Kamisotokawa branchKuzumaki cho, Iwate prefecture
This primary school closed in 1996. Till 2018 ,Forest and Wind School is opened by Iwate Child Environment Research Institute at the site.
Tayama Cross-country CourseHachimantai city, Iwate prefecture
A class certified by Ski Association of Japan and major competitions such as the national polity are held.
Obuke stationHachimantai city, Iwate prefecture
Old style building built in 1926.Present building is rebuilt in 2018.
Koiwai stationTakizawa city, Iwate prefecture
Second stop from Tazawa Lake line on Japan railway. Near Koiwai farm.The station building was built in 1921.
Ishiwarizakura Morioka City, Iwate Prefecture
Edohigan cherry blossom tree which comes out from the granite 23m around. It is about 400 years ago and a national natural treature.
National Iwatesan Youth HouseTakizawa City, Iwate Prefecture
Opened in May, 1972. A great facility for training for seminars right in front of Mt. Iwate. In addition to accommodation houses and training rooms, it has a ground, tennis courts, a softball groun...