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Kakunodate Bukeyashiki-dori Street

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Established by the Ashina family in 1620. Afterward, it prospered as the castle town of the Hokke branch of the Satake family. The street, lined with old samurai houses, still retains the flavor of a castle town. It has been designated by the government as an Important Preservation District for Groups of Traditional Buildings. Other than the old samurai houses, there are also many other attractions such as making kabazaiku (craftwork made from the bark of cherry trees) and visits to Ando Brewery.

Street address

Kakunodate, Semboku City, Akita

Access

  • 15 minutes by foot from JR Kakunodate Station

Opening Hours

Varies depending on the establishment

Closed

Varies depending on the establishment

Fee

Some establishments have admission fees

Website

http://kakunodate-kanko.jp/language/en/

Best season

All year

Point

Visitors can also experience riding in a rickshaw or wearing a kimono. Visitors can also try the "okariba-yaki," a snack eaten by the feudal lord Satake on the hunting grounds 300 years ago.
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