Kakunodate Film Commission
Newly listed locations
Sasaki a barber shopSenboku City, Akita Prefecture
A barber shop remained in a back alley. The building is over 60 years old.
Tamachi Samurai House Street in summerSenboku City, Akita Prefecture
One of the two Samurai House Street in Kakunodate. Has a nice harmony with the black color in the walls of the buildings and the green color of nature. Colored leaves in autumn is stunning.
Arupa KomakusaSenboku City, Akita Prefecture
Onsen facility located at the hillside of Akitakomagatake mountain. 700 meters high. The photo spot where you can see Tazawako lake from the outdoor bath.
Tamagawa Onsen in summerSenboku City, Akita Prefecture
Relaxing Onsen in a Japanese beech forest where is located in Towada National Park. The period for colored leaves in autumn makes a different expression there. Approximately 40-minute drive from T...
Tazawako Ski ResortSenboku City, Akita Prefecture
A ski resort at Akita Komagadake with 14 courses in total. Can see Tazawako Lake from the site. One of the locations of a Korean drama "Iris".
A unique valley with a blue-colored mountain stream. Famous for colored leaves in autumn.
Approximately 15-munite-drive from Kakunodate station in Japan Railway (JR).
Ishiguro Family House in summerSenboku City, Akita Prefecture
Located at the north end of Bukeyashiki street. The oldest existing Samurai house in Kakunodate cho. Approximately 20-minute drive from Kakunodate station.
Magoroku OnsenSenboku City, Akita Prefecture
Discovered in 1902. It still leaves the taste of a traditional therapeutic bath and is called "a medical bath in the mountain." A large-sized bath at the river side is for ladies.
Ochiai StadiumSenboku City, Akita p
A stadium in the sports park located at the suburban area in Kakunodate town. Not available in winter. Approximately 5-minute-drive from Kakunodate station on the Japan Railway (JR).
Ishiguro Family House in autumnSenboku City, Akita prefecture
Located at the north end of Bukeyashiki street. Is it the oldest Samurai house in Kakunodate city and the building built in Edo era in 17-19 centuries. Approximately 20-minute-walk from Kakunodate ...