Nijinoko Park (Roadside Rest Area)


The “Michino Eki Nijinoko Park” is a roadside rest stop which appears as if floating in the middle of the lake.
It features a comprehensive facility with 24-hour parking, restrooms, information services, miniature golf course, a sports garden, an athletic field, large play equipment area, a roofed stage for various events, and a BBQ area, making it an ideal location to spend a day with friends and family.

A local dish, Kuroishi Tsuyu Yakisoba, and other local cuisine are available at the park restaurant.
Additional features include the wisteria trellis, a Japanese rock garden, and the Kaizu no Izumi, a fountain inspired by the Trevi Fountain in Italy.

The park also attract visitors to see the Jugatsuzakura which blooms twice a year in the spring and the fall and the Shakuyakuen Garden which boasts over 700 bushes of 30 varieties of peony which blooms mid-June.
In the fall, visitors can enjoy the colored maple and rowan trees around the nearby dam.

1-5 Yamagami Okiura Kuroishi City, Aomori 036-0402
By Car
15 minutes from the Tohoku expressway Kuroishi Interchange.
By Bus
At the Konan Eki Mae “Kuroishi Ekimae” Stop, take the Konan bus “Nijinoko Park” (30-minute ride), exit at Nijinoko Park Stop. (Please be aware there are only a few buses a day)
Parking Lot
Available for 260 standard-sized cars and 10 large-size cars.
Beginning to April ~ Beginning to November 9:00AM-5:00PM
1000 yen/day for stage tent
Adult 320 yen/Child 210 yen for miniature golf course
500 yen for BBQ area rental