Iwaki-san, the soul of the Tsugaru people. The mountain is called Tsugaru Fuji because of its grandeur. Covered by apple fields, this farm road is called "Apple Road." When the white flowers bloom on over 40K apple trees, the lush scent of apple helps you lightly pedal. You use the "Cycle Train" of South Hirosaki Railroad Ohwani Line to get to the starting point. You can put your bikes inside the train, so it is very easy for cyclists to move around. In addition to their famous Onsens (hot springs), Moyashi (bean sprout), is getting popular in the past few years in Ohwani. We would love you to try the traditional meals of Moyashi, which are artificially raised using Onsens. Don’t forget to try and enjoy the superior taste of their apples!
- Required Time：About 2hr.
- Course Type：One-way
- Start：Owani town
- Goal：Chuo-Hirosaki Station
- | Distance | 28km
- | Elevation | 176m
- | Maximum difference in elevation | 102m
- | Required Time | About 2hr.
- | Course Type | One-way
- | Start | Owani town
- | Goal | Chuo-Hirosaki Station
- | Grade | ★
Apple trees line up and spread out "Apple Road." You can only see this in Hirosaki.
Stopping at a apple garden. A homely welcome makes you feel relaxed.
33 Soto Zen temples lined up on Zen Forest Street.
South Hirosaki Railroad Owani Line. Take bicycles on Sat, Sun, and holidays!
Bsides chopsticks and bowls, Tsugaru paint paper weight is a new attraction.
Owani Onsen Moyashi Combo Meal at Yamazaki Dining House near Owani Sta.