Esashi in Oshu City is the land where the first generation of the Oshu-Fujiwara clan, Lord Kiyohira, and his father, Lord Tsunekiyo, lived. Lord Kiyohira is the person who erected the “KONJIKIDO” in Hiraizumi, which was registered as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage in June 2011.
“Esashi-Fujiwara Heritage Park” is a historical theme park built in 1993 in order to film “Homura Tatsu,” a long-running TV series on the Heian Era’s rise and fall of the Oshu-Fujiwara clan.
Around 120 buildings from 794 to 1192 have been reproduced on a site of about 20 hectares.
200 yen each (tax incl.) / 400 yen for two (tax incl.)
（Closes at 16:00 during winter season from November 1 to the end of February）
※Last entrance is one hour before closing time.
|Individuals||Groups of 15 or more|
|High school students||500yen||400yen|
|Children under 16 years||300yen||200yen|
Experience the culture of Japan and Tohoku Region of 10 centuries ago.