Visit Tsurugajo Castle in Fukushima during March to see the castle colored with hundreds of pink and white cherry trees and explore..
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..
Visit Yuya Aizu Hot Spring Hotel in Aizuwakamatsu City in Fukushima Prefecture for a rotating buffet (Japanese and other types of..
Tagoto Cuisine Inn, Aizu Wakamatsu City is an ideal respite for those who would prefer a slow and traditional pace. Tagoto is convenient..
Visit the hidden gem of Fukushima, located a short distance out of the main samurai city of Aizuwakamatsu. Accessible by shuttle..
In Aizu Wakamatsu, a historical town in northern Japan's Fukushima prefecture, New Palace hotel is affordable and conveniently..
In historical Aizu-Wakamatsu in northern Japan's Fukushima prefecture, Aizu Bukeyashiki is a beautifully restored samurai residence,..
There is so much to see in Fukushima Prefecture. From Castles, mountain hikes, sake/beer breweries, fruit picking, all type of vegetable,..
Close to the historical town of Aizu Wakamatsu in northern Japan's Fukushima prefecture, Aizu Mura is a large garden park that's..
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