Azuma Kaido used to be one of the main roads in the Mutsu region before the Ohshu kaido was built. The road used to be called Tousandou in ancient times, Okutaidou in the medieval period, and then renamed Azuma Kaido in the Edo period. It ran through Sengen, Kitame, Kasashima, Shiote, Minowa, Kumanodou, across the Natori river, and finally to the regional government Taga. The route has changed accordingly with the era but there are many ruins and tales along the route.
A village-vicinity mountain which is academically known for its rich biota.
One of Kumano Sanjya and you can see the view of Natori Plain and the Pacific Ocean from the hill top.
Middle size, Natori style farmer’s house which was built the end of 18 century
250 years old Kuromatsu trees (Japanese black pines).
Original rhythm of Kagura, the music and performers’ foot step link.