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Fujimi Lake ParkLakeside Park

Fujimi Lake Park is a lakeside park featuring 12.4-hectare space with 360-degree-loop slide, children’s play area, a picnic and barbecue area. Additionally, cultural buildings such as Towada Shrine and Byakue Kannondo Hall are also located in the park.

Seasonal events, such as Cherry Blossom Festival, Karaoke competition and Fireworks are held at the park. Fujimi Lake Park is a popular destination for locals, tourists and people of all ages.

Japan’s longest wooden bridge & Tsugaru Fujimi Lake

Tsuru no Mai Bridge, Japan’s longest wooden bridge, crosses over Tsugaru Fujimi Lake. At Fujimi Tsugaru Lake, there is the tragic love legend of Princess Shirakami and the lord of Shimizu Castle.

Cherry Blossom Festival in Fujimi Lake Park
Tsuru no Mai Bridge

Park Amenities

8 picnic tables with barbecue grills (6 covered tables)

8 picnic tables with barbecue(BBQ) grills in Fujimi Lake Park

For availability and reservation, please contact Tourism Industry Division at Tsuruta Town Office.

*Bring your own charcoal, cooking grid and other necessary items.(1 cooking grid is used per barbecue grill per table, size 29cmx49cm or larger)

*Use of fire is ONLY permitted at the barbecue facility and by reservation only.Use of fire may be permitted in other designated areas during special occasion with advance reservation.

Outdoor Stage & Playground (Roller slides, swings and more)

Fujimi Lake Park playground equipmentThis is the place for kids! Large playground space is filled with many fun equipment.

Rest Area/Shop/Restroom

Picnic in Fujimi Lake ParkRest areas and restrooms are available throughout the park. Several shops that offer light snacks and meals are open to satisfy your appetite.

Summary

Park Name Fujimi Lake Park
Officiall Lake Name Mawarizeki Ootameike
Entrance Fee Free

Contact

Address 81-150 Osawa Mawarizeki Tsuruta, Aomori 038-3542
Tel 0173-22-2111 (Tourism & Industry Division, Tsuruta Town Office)
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