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Tabi-sake Oirase-Towadako

旅酒「奥入瀬十和田湖畔」
Oirase-Towadako -Aomori-

Oirase-Towadakohan is famous for its fresh green, red leaves, and different features in each season. The beautiful view of the great nature is an attraction that people want to see in different seasons. Many tourists visit for the National Site of Scenic Beauty and the natural monument.

醸造元 :Aomori Prefecture in 1889 founded Momokawa Co., Ltd.
種類  :Junmai Ginjo sake
度数  :15%-16%

コメント:Mellow taste of soft water

Discovery

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ホテル十和田荘
住所
青森県十和田市 奥瀬十和田湖畔休屋340
電話番号
0176-75-2221
営業時間
16 ホテル十和田荘② (2)
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奥入瀬渓流ホテル
住所
青森県十和田市大字奥瀬字栃久保231
電話番号
0570-073-022
営業時間
16 奥入瀬渓流ホテル2
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渓流の駅 おいらせ
住所
青森県十和田市大字奥瀬字杤久保11-12
電話番号
0176-74-1121
営業時間
8:00~17:00
渓流の駅おいらせ
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道の駅奥入瀬 四季彩館
住所
青森県十和田市大字奥瀬字塘道39-1
電話番号
0176-72-3201
営業時間
5月~10月 8:30~19:00 11月~4月 9:00~18:00 休業 年末年始
道の駅奥入瀬四季彩館
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おみやげの きむら
住所
青森県十和田市大字奥瀬字十和田湖畔休屋16-106
電話番号
0176-75-2410
営業時間
9:00~17:00
きむら 十和田湖畔
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食事処 とちの茶屋
住所
青森県十和田市大字奥瀬字十和田湖畔休屋16-106
電話番号
0176-75-2231
営業時間
食事処 とちの茶屋
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Attractions of The Tabisake Oirase-Towadako

Oirase-Towadakohan is a tourist resort that is surrounded by rich nature. Please enjoy the dynamic views created by the flow of water.

Oirase keiryuu Oirase keiryuu, a scenic spot that represents Japan, lasts 14km from Towadakohan to Mt. Yakeyama. Many waterfalls are dotted along the stream and is called the Bakufukaido. As a natural monument it is receiving preservation from the country and is famous for the variety of features people can explore.

Towadako Towadako, locating between Aomori and Akita, is famous for its natural beauty. The cherry blossoms in spring, fresh green in the summer, red leaves in fall, and winter views in winter are all the beautiful scenes people can enjoy. People can enjoy different features of the lake from observation platforms and sightseeing boats.

Choushiootaki The only and largest waterfall in the main stream of Oirase. A beautiful waterfall that has a width of 20m and a lot of volume of water. Since the waterfall prevents the fish from the lake to go upstream, it is also called the Uodomenotaki.

The sake made from the water of Oirase-river flowed from Towadako has a smooth and thin texture that washes your mouth. Please enjoy the sake with the memories of the beautiful nature of Oirase stream.