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    • Samurai District
      This historic neighborhood consists of wide, tree-lined streets with mansions built during the Edo Period, only six of which remain and are open to the public. The area is particularly beautiful in late April, when the cherry trees are in full bloom.
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    • Kakunodate
      Kakunodate is an old castle town located on the northern part of the Senboku Plain. Located along the banks of the Tamagawa and Hinokinaigawa Rivers and cradled on three sides by mountains, this town is known both for its historic samurai mansions and the beautiful blossoming cherry trees that line the streets. Popular with tourists from all over the world, it has an atmosphere truly appropriate to its nickname of “the Little Kyoto.”
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    • Aoyagi Samurai Manor Museum
      The Aoyagi Samurai Manor Museum is an impressive complex of buildings that depict the Samurai way of life from the 17th through 20th centuries. A wide variety of objects are on display including samurai swords, utensils, clothing, toys, hanging scrolls, pictures and documents.
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    • Ishiguro Samurai House
      Ishiguro Samurai Residence The direct descendant family continues to live in this house. This is only samurai residence in Kakunodate town like this. Maintenance and publishing is done by our family. This building keeps livable condition. And the building has not been re-built since it was built in the end of Edo Period, early 19th century. When you see the precious and cultural displayed items, you may be able to feel long history of this house. This is the only Samurai residence in Kakunodate that has a guided tour. The tour guide is provided by our family or staffs. The tour takes about 5 minutes. A guide fee is included admission fee.
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    • Nyudozaki
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    • Kubota Castle
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