Yoki-en Garden at Neputa Mura
Yoki-en Garden at Neputa Mura or Neputa Village was built during the Meiji Period by Nakamura Sanjiro. It is noted for its black pines, wooden bridge and stone lanterns. The garden was built between 1880 and 1914 with methods unique to the Tsugaru District. The garden is a designated cultural property of the Japanese government.