History & Culture

  • 8m long Hina stage! “Hokkori Hina doll exhibition ” at Sumaru warehouse

  • Adult Society Tour ” Zao Brewery Co., Ltd.”

  • Sennenji Temple

  • Kamiishi Shiroishi

  • Detection House (Ex.Kimura Family House)

  • Try on Japanese armor! Shiroishi’s significant simbol “Shiroishi Castle” A professional staff will change you into a Japanese Samurai.

  • Katakura Gobyousho

  • 【Buke Yashiki】Many seasonal events are held at this place. This places is famous in connection with Katakura Family.

  • Shiroishi Information Center

  • 【Home of Kojurou】 Special products of Shiroishi City and Zao Town, including fresh produce, are lined up waiting for you! This is the local’s favorite, the large direct sale shop.

  • Introducing an Autumn Event: Onikojyurou Festival แ

  • Watch unique Tohoku Noh Performance at “Hekisuien” theater!

  • Kita Tomb

  • Shiroishi Storehouse of dolls

  • Old-fashioned Museum “Shiroishi doll warehouse”

  • Shiroishi Classical Theater Heritage Center – Hekisuien

  • 【Classical Performing Art Tradition House, Hekisuien】】It is free entry to the Tohoku’s only Noh theater. Having the authentic tea ceremony room and Japanese garden, it will transmit the traditional performing art of Shiroishi city to posterity.

  • Manzo Inari Shrine

  • Kacchudo

  • Katakura Family Samurai Residence

  • 【Sumaru House (Yashiki) 】Let’s go to the unique event of the castle town, which will be held in a merchant house (Machiya), built in the middle of the Meiji period.

  • Koshido

  • Toshinji Temple

  • Shrine and Temple bicycling tour: Katakurake-bousho, Kessanji temple

  • Won’t you try wearing real armor at Shiroishi Castle?

  • Kessanji Temple

  • Shiroishi Castle

  • Sumaru Yashiki•Sumairu Square

  • Know everything about Shiroishi! “Shiroishi Information Center”

  • Myokenji Temple

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Introduction of Pochi Warrior Kojuro
Shiroishi’s Charming Spring
Miyagi Zao Sightseeing Navigation

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Introduction of Pochi Warrior Kojuro
Shiroishi’s Charming Spring

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Miyagi Zao Sightseeing Navigation

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