Tono Furusato Village
It is called an "eternal Japanese hometown", a village that preserves the original scenery of Japan. Numerous legends and folklore such as Kappa, Tengu and Zashiki-warashi have been handed down. The scenery in the streets is linked to the stories, such as the brook that is a trap to capture Kappa and the undulating appearance of the ears of rice.
A train on the theme of the book "Night on the Galactic Railroad" by Iwate-born author Kenji Miyazawa. Beautiful scenery can be seen through the train's windows, such as rice fields and "Meganebashi-Bridge" where the bridge looks like glasses.
A statue holding a fish in her hand standing as if to watch over the bay. There are 13 floors inside and you can go inside. The beautiful sea can be seen from the observation deck at the height of the chest.
Kappabuchi where clear water flows smoothly.
Tono Genghis Khan
It is grilled lamb, a dish that has been familiar to people in this area since around 1930.