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Depending on your budget, time constraints and the number of travelers in your group, your best option could vary between the plane, train, bus, or car. This is the definitive guide to get from Tokyo to Akita with inside tips to plan your trip.
JR Kakunodate station is located 40 minutes away from Akita terminal (via Akita Shinkansen) and around 2 hours from Tokyo (Akita Shinkansen as well)
Tazawako lake has a statue in it representing a local myth about a woman who transformed into a dragon.
The JR Resort Shirakami is a pleasure train running along the Sea of Japan from Akita to Aomori. 
Fireworks and modernity fused into one. Omagari Station is proud of its tradition and its the gateway to this amazing explosion of lights and sounds
Akita Airport is the gateway to the stunningly beautiful Akita Prefecture. Depending on your final destination, budget and the number of travelers in your group, your best option could vary between the bus, taxi van, taxi or hire car. This is the definitive guide to Akita Airport transport options with inside tips to help you enjoy your stay in Akita.
Japan Rail reestablishes steam passenger services in Akita prefecture, with this train first going into service in 1949, this engine is a truly lady of the North, serving most of her career drawing passenger traffic between Akita and Aomori. That being the case, it is only fitting that, when her restoration was complete, she was given the name ‘Akita Komachi’ 「秋田小野」, after the name of the famed poet of the North Ono-no-Komachi, whose beauty won the heart of Emperor Ninmyō in the 9th Century.
JR East Pass allows hassle free travel to places like Aomori, Akita, Niigata, Nagano, Nikko, Narita, Sendai and more, starting from 11000 yen for children and 22000 yen for adults, for 5 flexible days of unlimited travel from time of activation within a 14 day period.