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【Please Help Reduce Traffic Congestion and Preserve the Environmentt in the Tsutanuma Area】

When: Friday, October 20th - Tuesday, October 31st, 2023

Tsutanuma Pond in Tsuta Yacho no Mori (Tsuta Bird Sanctuary) within Towada-Hachimantai National Park faces issues such as road congestion, street parking, and damage to the natural environment due to the heavy influx of visitors during the autumn foliage season. 

To preserve the beauty of Tsutanuma for future generations, we ask for your understanding and cooperation in contributing an environmental conservation fee and using an advance reservation system to prevent traffic congestion.

Congestion countermeasures and environmental conservation around Tsutanuma Request for cooperation