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The Ogres of Oga

This is a fun little stop to pose with the Ogres of Oga. For the sake of your photo, the morning is... read more

Reviewed 10 August 2016
markelshout
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Geelong, Australia
Namahage Statues!

You can't miss this place driving by--there are two huge Namahage ogres outside. Aside from... read more

Reviewed 15 June 2015
Louichan
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Tokyo
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29 Nov 2016
“A good starting point for your trip to Oga Penninsula”
9 Aug 2016
“The Ogres of Oga”
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207-219 Ikko, Funakoshi, Oga 010-0341, Akita Prefecture
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Reviewed 30 November 2016

No trip is complete to Oga without stopping and snapping a few photos of the huge Namahage statues that welcome you to the peninsula! I It is also a very useful tourist information center with an exceptionally clean bathrooms, souvenir shops and a restaurant that...More

Thank Gretchen M
Reviewed 10 August 2016

This is a fun little stop to pose with the Ogres of Oga. For the sake of your photo, the morning is best as in the afternoon, you have to photograph into the sun which is not ideal.

Thank markelshout
Reviewed 15 June 2015

You can't miss this place driving by--there are two huge Namahage ogres outside. Aside from getting a photo with the two guys, there is also lots of good tourist info. and local crafts and gifts and clean toilets here. Nice place for a break.

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