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Hasegawa Ramen
One of Kitakata's most popular shops
Hasegawa Ramen (はせ川 松山店) up in Fukushima's Kitakata region is one of the more popular ramen shops in the area, serving up local Kitakata style ramen in a variety of bowls.
Bannai Ramen
One of Kitakata's most well-known ramen shops
Visit Bannai Shokudou (坂内食堂), one of Kitakata's most well-known ramen shops in Fukushima's Kitakata city.
Fukushima City Cat Cafe
Kawaii cats just a 5 minutes' walk from the station
Neko Cafe Aikyatto based in Sendai offers a second cat cafe in Fukukshima city inside MAX Fukushima mall.
Fukushima Top 10 Attractions
The best places to visit in Fukushima Prefecture
Fukushima Prefecture's Top 10 attractions cover a variety of sites across the area.
Named after the traditional 'waraij' straw sandals, Fukushima's annual festival to mark the summer kicks off in early August.
Tohoku's Massive Unknown Cave
Abukuma-do Cave is still a mystery to most non-Japanese
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.
Visiting the Kokeshi Temple
A mix of history, lore, and mystery
A simple temple in the Tsuchiyu Onsen, Fukushima hot spring town hides the secrets of Buddhism, kokeshi dolls, and ritual by fire.
Taiko in Shimogo
Traditional arts in Fukushima's Shimogo region
Shimogo's Okawa-Keiryu Taiko Preservation Society is a group of local Japanese taiko drummers, whose lively performances are well-received.
An Ancient Tree
A 600-year keyaki (zelkova serrata) in Fukushima
An Ancient Tree: Visiting a 600-year keyaki (zelkova serrata) in Fukushima
Fukushima Waraji Festival
Fukushima's summer festival opens with vibrant parade
Named after the traditional 'waraij' straw sandals, Fukushima's annual festival to mark the summer kicks off in early August.
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