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Named after the traditional 'waraij' straw sandals, Fukushima's annual festival to mark the summer kicks off in early August.
izu Sazaedo (会津さざえ堂) is a 16.5 meter high, three-storied, hexagonal Buddhist pagoda located in Aizu-wakamatsu.
Immense snow-white Buddhist Kannon statue stands tall over Aizu Wakamatsu on the grounds of Aizumura, Fukushima Prefecture.
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.
An Ancient Tree: Visiting a 600-year keyaki (zelkova serrata) in Fukushima
While the area of Ouchijuku in Fukushima Prefecture is well-known as a traditional post town from the Edo period and its Negi Soba (Buckwheat noodles eaten with a leek), try a new experience by making your own soba!
Named after the traditional 'waraij' straw sandals, Fukushima's annual festival to mark the summer kicks off in early August.
Nihonmatsu Castle in Fukushima Prefecture is a beautiful garden incorporated into castle ruins, with trails leading past ponds, waterfalls, shrines and other scenic places along the castle grounds.