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Reconstructed 16th century castle with well preserved stone walls and stunning grounds
Immense snow-white Buddhist Kannon statue stands tall over Aizu Wakamatsu on the grounds of Aizumura, Fukushima Prefecture.
Named after the traditional 'waraij' straw sandals, Fukushima's annual festival to mark the summer kicks off in early August.
Through the streets of a village on top of a steep river bank, up 113 steps and meters of snow, naked men run towards the beautiful Enzo-ji Temple and New Year good luck.
Visit Shinobu, a village rich with the history of poetry, fern-mottled kimono, and impossible love.
Shimogo's Okawa-Keiryu Taiko Preservation Society is a group of local Japanese taiko drummers, whose lively performances are well-received.
A simple temple in the Tsuchiyu Onsen, Fukushima hot spring town hides the secrets of Buddhism, kokeshi dolls, and ritual by fire.
St. Anna's Garden is an English 'village' near Fukushima City. In addition to a lovely church, the complex contains over 20 shops, restaurants, cafes, and a museum.