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Tsuruoka Vacation Packages
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The population of this great Tohoku destination is around 100,000.
Tsuruoka is situated 200 miles north of the capital city of Tokyo and 11 miles east of Atsumi.
Laugh, play and be thoroughly entertained at Kart Soleil Mogami and the Shonai Movie Village, a couple of must-do attractions for kids of all ages.
Kamo Aquarium is an enjoyable place where the whole family can get lost in an aquatic world. Wander the aquarium's walkways and viewing tanks examining the species as you go. But remember to take your time, as the slower you go the more species you'll discover!
One of the nicest ways to experience the countryside around Tsuruoka is to head to Dewanoyuki Sake Brewery Museum. Visiting and local wine enthusiasts can learn about the local winemaking techniques and traditions, before savoring the vintages offered.
For some outdoor time in the Tsuruoka area, drop by one of its many well-designed parks and public gardens. Tsuruoka Park, Hiyoriyama Park and Hachimori Nature Park are the perfect places to get lost in a great book.
Listen to the relaxing sound of rippling waters on a visit to the scenic Tamasudare Fall.
Want to take a nice walk? Or perhaps you'd like to take the family and spend the day outdoors? You'd do well to head down to Yunohama Beach, an enticing local stretch of coast.
Schedule a visit to some of the best cultural spaces nearby. Enjoy the cool and quiet interior as you check out the varied collections at Ken Domon Museum of Photography and Sakata City Museum of Art. Shonai Museum of History of Rice and Dewa-sanzan History Museum are two more that are worth considering.
The Tsuruoka area offers a variety of historic sites that are worth visiting if you are into history. The Nangakuji Temple and Heishindo Former Kazama Family Residence are two of the more iconic historic attractions. Also popular with history buffs and photographers are Former Honma Family Residence and Taihinkan.
Admire the architecture as you make your way around some of the old sites in Tsuruoka. People from all walks of life are in awe when they see the finer details of the Five-Story Pagoda and the Churenji Temple. A historical stop is not finished without an afternoon spent at the Dainichibo Temple or Yudonosan Shrine.
Tsuruoka contains one or two memorials and symbolic public sculptures to commemorate the experiences of its past residents. Fukikoshi Shrine and Dewasanzan Shrine are both interesting places to visit.
Hit the slopes, snowboarding or skiing, at one of the area's ski resorts. Book your ski pass and make tracks to Hagurosan Ski Area.
Accommodation in Tsuruoka
Accommodation options in Tsuruoka are known to be quite sparse. View the range on Expedia's easy-to-use Tsuruoka hotels guide.