World Heritage Site
Shirakami Sanchi

communicating and coexisting with nature for 8,000 years

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Journey
to
Shirakami
Sanchi

Shirakami Sanchi is a collective term for a mountainous area containing an 8,000-year-old beech forest in Tohoku region of Japan. It was registered as Japan’s first World Natural Heritage. This untouched virgin forest is the perfect place to connect with nature.

Getting Here
A map of Shirakami Sanchi

Things to Do

Voices
of
Shirakami

Revaluing the Shirakami area’s unexplored countryside.

Revaluing the Shirakami area’s unexplored countryside.

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