Hanamaki Vacation Packages
Hanamaki in Iwate is home to roughly 73,000 people.
Hanamaki is located 270 miles (435 kilometers) north of Tokyo, the national capital, and approximately 250 miles (402 kilometers) northeast of Nagano.
Don't miss the opportunity to admire the wonderful forts and castles in the region. Hanamaki Castle, an important local landmark, is an example of how rulers once lived and protected their cities from invaders.
The Kenji Miyazawa Memorial Museum is an inspiring treat for culture vultures in Hanamaki. Wander the halls, browse the various exhibits, then ask around to locate some of the smaller museums in the vicinity.
On a sunny day, visit Hanamaki Koiki Park, where families can spend time outdoors. Follow the paths through botanical displays, watch the passing parade, or just relax in the shade. This park is the perfect match for all moods and seasons.
Accommodation in Hanamaki
Pre-booking a good hotel is the first step to take if you want a care-free vacation. You can encounter many of the best Hanamaki hotels on Expedia's comprehensive hotels page.
Visitors interested in lodgings at the upper-end of the scale will be delighted, Hanamaki offers a range of upmarket stays, such as the Hanamaki Onsen Hotel Senshukaku, at 1-125, Yumoto, and the HANAMAKI ONSEN HOTEL HANAMAKI, at 1-125 Yumoto. The HANAMAKI ONSEN KASHOEN, and the Hotel Route-Inn Hanamaki are two more higher-end recommendations worth considering.