Where to go in Japan during Fall? Stories from the Northeast Side of Japan
Where to go in Japan during Fall?
Feeling thankful for the beautiful leaves and pleasant temperatures, feeling thankful that Japan has “Fall” as one of it’s season and it has always been a popular time to visit among tourists.
During fall this year, would you like to join us for a walk through? Let us be your guide and recommend a few beautiful and a little more private spots, not so touristy to view and behold the beauty of autumn leaves!
Stories from the Northeast side of Japan
Tohoku is the northeast region on the most northern part of Honshu, consisting of a total of six prefectures. They are Aomori, Iwate, Miyagi, Akita, Yamagata and Fukushima Prefecture. Landscaped pointing from north-south direction, located on the west of the Sea of Japan, towards the Pacific Ocean where Ou Mountain runs in it’s centre.
Northeast has a “little Japan” title, this is because the few prefectures such as Aomori and Akita of the northeast side are still based on traditional agriculture as its main source of productivity, not replacing these traditional economies with modern development, therefore being able to retain a part of old Japan essence in its trade. Making a trip to these parts will enable you to have a glimpse in the past, experiencing this rare Japanese traditions.
During the fall season in the northeast, it is must to see the Oirase stream, “Fall” in love with the beautiful scenery of Lake Towada, not forgetting to mention that Aomori is known as the largest Apple producer in the whole of Japan. Hence it is a must to taste!