The museum features exhibitions of photos, resources, and biographies of the Akita dog breed, which have been designated as a national natural monument. If you’re lucky, you might get to meet an Akita here as well.
Former residence of Torikata, known for medicine and telegraphy. This is an architectural masterpiece that carpenters and gardeners invited from Kyoto competed with their skills to create Japanese gardens with a tea house.
Chicken cooked in sweet and savory shoyu soup and rice are cooked in chicken broth to make this delightful award-winning dish. This was featured as Akita’s “Ekiben” (train lunch) in the “Ekiben Grand Prix.”