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Goshikinuma Lake

  • Fukushima

Goshikinuma, literally meaning “Five Coloured Ponds”, is a group of volcanic…

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Goshikinuma Lake

Mount Bandai

  • Fukushima

Selected as one of Japan’s 100 most famous mountains, Mount Bandai is the leading …

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Mount Bandai

To-no-Hetsuri (river gorge)

  • Fukushima

“Hetsuri” is a word from the local Aizu dialect meaning a “dangerous c…

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To-no-Hetsuri (river gorge)

Ouchijuku Snow Festival

  • Fukushima

Ouchijuku was a flourishing post-town in the 17th century. Today the town’s tradit…

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Ouchijuku Snow Festival

Higashiyama Onsen

  • Fukushima

Higashiyama Onsen is one of three renowned hot springs in Tohoku along with Kaminoyama O…

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Higashiyama Onsen

Nihonmatsu Kiku Ningyo

  • Fukushima

There have been many chrysanthemum fans in Nihonmatsu since the period when it was known…

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Nihonmatsu Kiku Ningyo

Bandai-Azuma Skyline

  • Fukushima

With a maximum elevation of 1,622m, the Bandai Azuma Skyline is a scenic driving route m…

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Bandai-Azuma Skyline

Ouchijuku

  • Fukushima

Ouchijuku was a flourishing post-town in the 17th century. The town’s traditional …

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Ouchijuku

Tsuruga Castle

  • Fukushima

Tsuruga Castle, also known as Aizu Castle or Aizuwakamatsu Castle, is famed as an impreg…

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Tsuruga Castle

Lake Hibara

  • Fukushima

Among a cluster of lakes and ponds created by the eruption of Mount Bandai, Lake Hibara,…

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Lake Hibara

Mt. Adatara

  • Fukushima

Mt. Adatara is one of the top hundred mountains of Japan and one of the top hundred flow…

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Mt. Adatara

Sazaedo

  • Fukushima

Sazae-do is a three-storied, hexagonal pagoda with the look of an optical illusion. Offi…

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Sazaedo

Soma Nomaoi

  • Fukushima

Soma Nomaoi, a ritual dating back over a thousand years, takes place in northern Hamador…

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Soma Nomaoi

Iwaki Yumoto Onsen

  • Fukushima

This is a famous hot spring that has been used for over a thousand years. Together with …

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Iwaki Yumoto Onsen

Aizu Bukeyashiki (Samurai Residence)

  • Fukushima

Aizu Bukeyashiki is a historical site of reconstructed samurai residences of the Edo per…

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Aizu Bukeyashiki (Samurai Residence)

Ashinomaki Onsen

  • Fukushima

Ashinomaki Onsen is proud of its beautiful valley and natural hot spring with abundant h…

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Ashinomaki Onsen

Iizaka Onsen

  • Fukushima

Iizaka Onsen was one of three popular hot springs in the ancient Oshu region along with …

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Iizaka Onsen

Fukushima Waraji (Straw Sandals) Festival

  • Fukushima

The Fukushima Waraji (Straw Sandals) Festival takes place in early August each year and …

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Fukushima Waraji (Straw Sandals) Festival

Lake Inawashiro

  • Fukushima

The 100km2 Lake Inawashiro is one of the largest lakes in Japan. The lake is so big that…

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Lake Inawashiro

Aizu Erosoku Festival (Aizu Painted Candle Festival)

  • Fukushima

Aizu Erosoku (painted candles) are one of Aizu’s traditional crafts. The candles a…

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Aizu Erosoku Festival (Aizu Painted Candle Festival)

Hideyo Noguchi Memorial Museum

  • Fukushima

This museum is dedicated to Hideyo Noguchi, an acclaimed bacteriologist from the town of…

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Hideyo Noguchi Memorial Museum

Handmade Usukawa Manju Workshop

  • Fukushima

Usukawa manju, which literally means thin-skinned manju, is a Japanese sweet bun charact…

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Handmade Usukawa Manju Workshop

Aizu chicken hot pot set

  • Fukushima

Our owner has been running our restaurant for over 30 years, and the chicken we serve ar…

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Aizu chicken hot pot set

Abukumado Limestone Cave

  • Fukushima

Experience nature’s incredible artwork created over the course of 80 million years…

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Abukumado Limestone Cave

Hanamiyama Park

  • Fukushima

Hanamiyama Park is a famous spot for flowers where not only cherry blossoms and ume (Jap…

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Hanamiyama Park

Maezawa Magariya Shuraku

  • Fukushima

It is said by the local people that Maezawa Magariya Shuraku is a community opened by Ai…

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Maezawa Magariya Shuraku

Licca Castle

  • Fukushima

Licca-chan has continued to be loved by many young girls since its release in 1967. Licc…

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Licca Castle

Takayu Onsen

  • Fukushima

Takayu Onsen is a hot spring town nestled in the Azuma Mountains. Visitors can enjoy nin…

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Takayu Onsen

Oyaku-en (Aizu Matsudaira Clan Garden)

  • Fukushima

Oyaku-en is located 15 minutes on foot to the east of Tsuruga Castle. It is a Japanese g…

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Oyaku-en (Aizu Matsudaira Clan Garden)

Shingu Kumano Shrine

  • Fukushima

Shingu Kumano Shrine is an ancient shrine. It is said that its beginnings lie with the d…

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Shingu Kumano Shrine

Mount Iimori

  • Fukushima

Located 314 metres above sea level, Mount Iimori overlooks the former castle town of Aiz…

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Mount Iimori

Nitchu Line Memorial Bicycle Route and Footpath

  • Fukushima

The Japan National Railways Nitchu Line once linked Kitakata Station with Atsushio Stati…

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Nitchu Line Memorial Bicycle Route and Footpath

Horaiya Koji Miso Factory Tour

  • Fukushima

Horaiya Honten was established as in 1906 as has remained in business for over 100 years…

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Horaiya Koji Miso Factory Tour

Aquamarine Fukushima

  • Fukushima

Facing the Pacific Ocean, the Fukushima coast is where the warm Kuroshio Current and the…

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Aquamarine Fukushima

Shiramizu Amidado in Ganjo Temple

  • Fukushima

The national treasure of Shiramizu Amidado in Ganjo Temple is an enshrinement hall that …

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Shiramizu Amidado in Ganjo Temple

Sukagawa-shi Historical Museum

  • Fukushima

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Sukagawa-shi Historical Museum

Noguchi Hideyo Seishun Street

  • Fukushima

This retro-chic street stretches from north to south through the town of Aizuwakamatsu. …

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Noguchi Hideyo Seishun Street

Aizu Festival

  • Fukushima

The Aizu Festival is Aizu’s largest festival and is held in late September each ye…

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Aizu Festival

Sushi, sashimi, Japanese sake chef's choice set

  • Fukushima

Sea ingredients are directly transported from Hokkaido to inland Aizu!! Moreover, extra …

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Sushi, sashimi, Japanese sake chef's choice set

Aizu-nuri: a hands-on lacquering (makie) experience

  • Fukushima

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Aizu-nuri: a hands-on lacquering (makie) experience
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