Packages in Morioka
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Morioka Vacation Packages
Morioka Vacation Packages
This is a destination in Tohoku that some 300,000 people live in.
Tokyo, the national capital, is located 290 miles south of Morioka, while Yahaba-cho is 7 miles to the south.
If you're traveling with children in tow, you'll want to set aside some time to see some of Morioka's popular family-friendly activities. Spend a day or two exploring local favorites like Iwayamaminami Park, Koiwai Farm Factory or Kenji World.
Morioka Zoological Park is a great place to bring your group for a fascinating afternoon watching native and exotic animals. The residents here will entertain the whole family, so allow at least a few hours to explore this unforgettable place.
If you love relaxing in nature, visit one of the pleasant parklands here. Two of the most popular spots are Rikuchu Kaigan National Park and Iwate-koen. Lake Gosho Park Family Land and Lake Gosho Vehicle Park are also worthy.
Plan to check out Lake Gando, an idyllic place for chilling out. When the weather's just right, this serene location is well worth the visit.
This destination is a treasure trove of great facts and stories, and you'll find plenty to explore when you step through the doors of its many educational exhibition spaces. Meander through the hallways as you check out the unique collections at Hara Kei Memorial Museum and Iwate Museum of Art. Morioka Children's Museum of Science and Morioka History and Culture Museum are a couple more that are worth a visit.
It's difficult to truly understand a place until you know its story. Thankfully, Morioka has preserved many of its most significant heritage sites and buildings. Start your local history tour with visits to the Morioka Handi-Works Square and the equally fascinating Morioka Castle. Two other fascinating sights you may wish to explore are Ishikawa Takuboku's Residence when newly married and the Hoon-ji Temple.
Morioka is a fantastic destination for those who enjoy places with historical significance, particularly for those with a fascination for religious buildings. Morioka Hachiman-gu Shrine, Mitsuishi Shrine and Yotsuya Church are all great choices in the area.
Capture some photographs and chat to other travelers at Ishiwarizakura and Rock-Splitting Cherry Tree, a couple of well-known landmarks here.
Morioka Cinema Street is one of the most popular venues to catch live shows in Morioka. After the show, why not follow your fellow theater goers to the nearby restaurants and try the local specialties.
Don't use a vacation as an excuse to neglect your swing when visiting Morioka. Spend some time at Shizukuishi Golf Course, where you are sure to find the best greens and the nastiest bunkers in the area. Grab some rental gear from the pro shop and get ready to tee off, then finish the day in the clubhouse sharing stories with your fellow golfers.
During your time in the area, go to one of its ski resorts if you want to get active in the outdoors. Most people agree that Appi Kogen Ski Resort and Shizukuishi Ski Place are two of the top options. If you are looking for even more fun, you should consider setting out for Amihari Onsen Ski Area or Iwate Kogen Snow Park.
Accommodation in Morioka
With 9 Morioka hotels listed on Expedia's extensive travel database, you can select a Morioka hotel that has the best deal.
Starting at the more exclusive end of the range, you'll find a great night's sleep at the Daiwa Roynet Hotel Morioka, at 1-8-10 Odori, or the Shizukuishi Prince Hotel, at Takakura Onsen. Alternatively, if you're traveling on a budget, the Hotel Route-Inn Morioka Ekimae, 3-25,Moriokaekimaedori, or the Hotel Route-Inn Moriokaminami Inter, 14, Tsushida, may be more your style.