Mt. Haguro's pagoda

Tsuruoka

A WHOLE NEW ADVENTURE IN

TOHOKU

Bienvenue sur le site officiel du bureau du tourisme de Tsuruoka!

Tsuruoka, petite ville à l'Ouest du département de Yamagata, sur la côte de la mer du Japon, est la seule ville créative de la gastronomie de l'UNESCO au Japon depuis 2014, et foyer de trois "Héritages Japonais" que sont: "Le Voyage de la Renaissance" de Dewa Sanzan, la soie du samouraï Samurai Silk, et la route maritime des Kitamae-Bune. 

Ses montagnes sacrées vieilles de plus de 1400 ans : le mont Haguro, le mont Gassan et le mont Yudono, ses forêts sauvages parsemées de sanctuaires anciens, l'aquarium de Kamo qui expose la plus grande collection de méduses au monde, et sa gastronomie unique en fait une destination phare de la région du Tohoku.

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MOUNTAINS

DEWA SANZAN

The three sacred mountains of Dewa: Mt. Haguro, Mt. Gassan, and Mt. Yudono can be found in Tsuruoka City. 

Dewa Sanzan is known for being one of the Three Main Shugendo Sites in Japan, that is existing for more than 1400 years. 

Discover the Three Sacred Mountains of Dewa, one of the Three Main Shugendo Sites in Japan with a 1400 years long history.

GASTRONOMY

UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy

Tsuruoka has been designated as the only UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy in Japan in 2014. This title rewards the efforts of our farmers to preserve the culinary traditions and to preserve environment-friendly culture techniques.

Tsuruoka is the first UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy in Japan since 2014. Discover why.

JELLYFISH

KAMO AQUARIUM

Kamo Aquarium, on Tsuruoka's coasts, displays the largest collection of jellyfish in the world. The director aims to use the aquarium to spread awareness about local sea life, sea pollution, and global warming.

Kamo Aquarium is the aquarium that displays the biggest collection of jellyfish in the world. See them all!

HIKING

HIKING TRAILS

There are many hiking trails available for adventurers in Tsuruoka. Discover hidden shrines and temples, lost steles, sacred trees, and many more treasures along the way.

Many hiking trails await the explorers in Tsuruoka. Put on your hiking boots and walk them all!

FORESTS

FOREST BATHS

Forest baths, or "shinrin'yoku" in Japanese, refers to the practice of meditation in the woods. There are many peaceful holy forests in Tsuruoka.

Find some peace in one of our shrines and forests, and experience the Japanese art of "bathing in forests"

MUMMIES

SOKUSHINBUTSU

Very few have heard of the Japanese mummies called sokushinbutsu, but they are unique, for they have been mummified by nobody else but themselves! Discover how Mt. Yudono is related to those extraordinary mummies.

Very few know it, but Japan, too, has its mummies. In fact, most of them are linked to Mt. Yudono.

HOT SPRINGS

ONSENS

There are four main hot spring villages in Tsuruoka: Atsumi, Yura, Yunohama, and Yutagawa. Because they are all located in different environments, each of them offers a different experience. Find the perfect onsen for you.

Have a relaxing time after your journey to the Dewa Sanzan in one of our hot spring villages.

HISTORY

MUSEUMS

Traveling is learning. Learn about Tsuruoka and Dewa Sanzan's history in one of our museums

No travel shall be complete without learning. Learn about history, culture, and religion in one of our museums.

EVENTS

FESTIVALS

Planning to come to Tsuruoka? Discover if there is not a festival planned during your trip.

There are many festivals in Tsuruoka; check if there is one ongoing during your intended period of travel!

CULTURE

JAPAN HERITAGES

Discover Tsuruoka's culture registered in the Japan Heritages List.

SPORTS

SKI & ELSE

What would Tohoku be without its deep snow and its winter sports activities? See where to ski in Tsuruoka.

LEGACY

CULTURAL PROPERTIES

Connect with the kami (deities) of the Shinto Shrines and meet the Buddhas of the Buddhist temples around.

Discover all the National Cultural Properties registered in Tsuruoka City.

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DEGAM Tsuruoka Tourism Bureau (General Incorporated Association)

Adresse: 3-1 Suehiromachi, MARICA East Building, 2nd floor, Tsuruoka, Yamagata 997-0015, JAPAN

TEL: (+81) 0235-26-1218

E-mail: tsuruoka@degam.jp

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