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Iwate Prefecture - Wikipedia


Iwate Prefecture (岩手県, Iwate-ken) is a prefecture of Japan. It is located in the Tōhoku region of Honshu island and contains the island's easternmost point.

Iwate Prefecture Tourism Portal Site: A Trip to Iwate


Natural scenery; Activities; Hot Springs; Iwate food; Hands-on/Tourist ... Iwate Prefecture is grateful for all the support received in the aftermath of the Great East  ...

Iwate Prefecture - Lonely Planet


Japan's second-largest prefecture, Iwate-ken (岩手県) is a quiet place, largely characterised by sleepy valleys, a rugged coastline and some pretty...

The Top 10 Things to Do in Iwate Prefecture - TripAdvisor - Iwate ...


Things to Do in Iwate Prefecture, Japan: See TripAdvisor's 5808 traveler reviews and photos of Iwate Prefecture tourist attractions. Find what to do today, this ...

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Get real-time updates and eyewitness reports on Iwate Prefecture, Japan from Breaking News, the fastest source of trusted news on the web.

Iwate travel guide - Wikitravel


Location. Japan iwate map small.png. Flag. Flag of Iwate Prefecture.svg. Quick Facts. Capital, Morioka. Government, Japanese Prefecture. Currency, Japanese  ...

Iwate Prefecture Map Iwate-ken Japan - Diddlefinger


Iwate Prefecture, Japan. Map and Guide. Search for Japanese addresses in English. Plot them on maps with English labels. This is NOT Google Maps Japan in ...

Iwate | prefecture, Japan | Britannica.com


Iwate, ken (prefecture), northeastern Honshu, Japan, bordering the Pacific Ocean (east). The greater part of its area is mountainous—dominated by the central ...

Iwate Prefecture | JapanVisitor Japan Travel Guide


Iwate Prefecture: read a travel guide to Iwate Prefecture in northern Tohoku including the cities of Morioka and Hiraizumi.

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Iwate Prefecture - Japan Guide


Iwate (岩手県, Iwate-ken) is a large prefecture on the Pacific coast in the northern Tohoku Region. Its prefectural capital is Morioka. A former political and cultural ...

Japan National Tourism Organization | Iwate


Iwate Prefecture, which boasts the largest land area among Japanese prefectures, is situated in the northeastern part of the Japanese main island, with its ...

Iwate Prefecture - Japan Travel - Tourism Guide and Travel Map


Situated in northeastern Honshu, Iwate was another prefecture that was badly damaged by the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake, although its swift recovery has started  ...