Miyagi Zao Shichikashuku
A popular ski resort for beginners and families. They have a free sledding area and waves.
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.
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.
Nanyo, which is a center for grape production, is home to four wineries. Visitors can tour the wineries and try their hand at making wine.
Akayu onsen (hot springs)
Akayu onsen (hot springs) is a hot spring district with over 920 years of history where fourteen tasteful Japanese style hotels are located and entertain tourists.
Yoneori Kankou Center
They have a variety of specialties and souvenirs of Yamagata prefecture, and they serve authentic Yonezawa beef dishes and homemade Soba noodles at their restaurant.
A winery that makes quality wine that utilizes the climate of Takahata town. Visitors can purchase their wines and goods, and even test some of their wines.
Peonies bloom beautifully during
the winter Peony Festival
The peony festival is a tasteful event where peony flowers bloom vividly in straw mats with the snowy landscape in the background. *Please contact Takahata Town Tourism Association for the period of the festival.