About Fukushima
Area:13,783.75 sq. km

Though devastated by the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake, much of Fukushima has been restored to at or near pre-earthquake levels (certain areas in the Hama-dori region remain evacuated). Fukushima has been increasing their efforts to attract tourists again, and rightfully so - the prefecture is abound with intriguing sites.

The Shiramizu Amida-do is the only National Treasure in the prefecture, while Spa Resort Hawaiians remains a popular attraction even for Japanese people.

Two notable mountains are Mt. Bandai and Mt. Iimori, the former a great hiking spot offering spectacular views of Lake Inawashiro, while the latter is known as the tragic site of the suicides and burial of 20 teenage Aizu samurai who had fought in the Boshin War and wrongly assumed that the nearby Tsuruga/Aizu Wakamatsu Castle had been taken.

Things to Do in Fukushima

Cities in Fukushima
Latest travel features

Fukushima Top 10 Attractions

The best places to visit in Fukushima Prefecture

Tohoku's Massive Unknown Cave

Abukuma-do Cave is still a mystery to most non-Japanese

Visiting the Kokeshi Temple

A mix of history, lore, and mystery

Taiko in Shimogo

Traditional arts in Fukushima's Shimogo region

Community discussion

Tohoku's Massive Unknown Cave

Abukuma-do Cave is still a mystery to most non-Japanese

Indeed! You'll never know what you will find, until you look!

Tohoku Safari Park

A ride on the wild side

I see! Thank you, Justin! Is it allowed to open windows of a car or not?

Abukuma and Irimizu Limestone Caves

Explore the beautiful limestone caves of Fukushima

I went to Abukuma-do and was blown away. It is much better than I thought. The entrance can be misleading as the concrete floor and lights make it seem like nature has been conquered by man. However,...

Cat Stationmaster at Ashinomaki Onsen

Meet 'Love', Ashinomaki-Onsen Station's new feline in charge

lot of training has to be given to this cat.