The streets of Miharu are full of shrines, temples, and other historical structures. More than twenty in number, they date back to the Edo period or even farther to the Sengoku era. From the remains of Miharu Castle to the surrounding townscape, you can see reminders of this former castle town everywhere. Get away from the urban part of town and you can enjoy Miharu's lovely cherry blossoms--especially the Miharu Takizakura cherry, which is over a thousand years old and considered one of the top three cherry trees in Japan. Near the Takizakura cherry are Miharu Dam, Sakura Park, the Miharu Village Rural Life Museum, Comutan Fukushima, and other recent attractions to enjoy.