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Ouchi-juku is an Edo-Period post station located in Shimogo Town, Aizu County, Fukushima Prefecture.
Fukushima's Spa Resort Hawaiians is one of Japan's most popular 'theme park' destinations. Accommodations to suit all budgets have been built around an indoor water park, outdoor hot springs pools, and much more. 
Abukuma-do Cave is one of the biggest tourist caves in Japan, yet it remains relatively unknown by non-Japanese. For a true adventure, head to Fukushima.
A thatch-roofed village of rural refuge for those who travelled along the Aizu-Nishi Kaido road in Edo Japan. Localized soba, traditional goods, and soaring scenery.
Out of a deadly volcanic eruption in July 1888, came the beautiful and surreal colors of the Goshiki-numa or Five-Colored Ponds
Grandee Hatoriko Ski Resort in southern Fukushima prefecture.
Aizu-Wakamatsu is in the mountain region in the west of Fukushima prefecture, and everyone raves about it
Tohoku Safari Park (東北サファリパーク) is a drive through safari park in Nihonmatsu, Fukushima Prefecture. Some animals are free roaming, with the white lions being a major attraction.