(Trying on Samurai Armor)
They rebuilt the castle of Katakura Kojuro, a vassal of the Date family. Visitors can try on samurai armor if they make a reservation.
Koshido (worship hall)
The scene of a story of two daughters taking revenge upon the murderer of their father. There is a little temple called “Koshido” that enshrined the souls of the two sisters in Hachimaida.
Yajiro Kokeshi Doll Village
(Paint your own Kokeshi Doll)
Yajiro Kokeshi Dolls village exhibits a variety of “Kokeshi Dolls,” one of the most representative folk crafts of Shiroishi. Visitors can paint their own Kokeshi Dolls as well.
Miyagi Zao Fox Village
Visitors can enjoy seeing over a hundred foxes put out to pasture in the surrounding natural area and even feeding them.
Kamasaki onsen (hot springs) /
Obara onsen (hot springs)
There are two hot spring districts in Shiroishi; Kamasaki onsen that preserves traditional Japanese style hotels, and Obara onsen located near a beautiful gorge.
Miyagi Zao Shichikashuku
A popular ski resort for beginners and families. They have a free sledding area and waves.
Shichikashuku Soba Street
Shichikashuku is well-known for its production of buckwheat. A number of Soba restaurants serve carefully-cooked soba noodles on Shichikashuku Soba Street.
Roadside Station Shichikashuku
They have a souvenir stand and a restaurant where they serve local dishes. Tourists can get a nice view of the surrounding area as well.