Aizu-Wakamatsu is the capital of the Aizu region on the southern part of the Aizu basin, and came to be central to the region with the construction of Tsurugajo Castle in 1384.
Suehiro Sake Brewery is one of the most famous in the Tohoku region. You can do a free tour and tasting and see how this traditional..
An authentic Italian Pizzeria in Aizuwakamatsu City, run by someone who studied in Italy.
Visit a delicious pastry shop in the main part of Aizuwakamatsu City as a break from sightseeing.
Visit the hidden gem of Fukushima, located a short distance out of the main samurai city of Aizuwakamatsu. Accessible by shuttle..
Dig a little deeper on your next travels in Japan and Aizuwakamatsu in Fukushima is a great way to experience the raw culture of..
Fukushima Prefecture is Japan’s third largest administrative region, and home to one of the last strongholds of Japan’s legend..
Aizu Sazaedo (会津さざえ堂) is a 16.5 meter high, three-storied, hexagonal Buddhist pagoda located in Aizu-wakamatsu.
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