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Goshikinuma

Goshikinuma

The colorful ponds and lakes in Fukushima, known as Goshikinuma, were created when Mount Bandai erupted over a century ago. Influenced by the volcanic..

Fukushima
Ouchi-juku

Ouchi-juku

3.7 (3Reviews)

Ouchi-juku was a small post office in the Edo period and part of the Aizu Nishi Kaido trade route. Merchants who were passing through could get food and..

Fukushima
Tsuchiyu Onsen

Tsuchiyu Onsen

5 (2Reviews)

Nestled in between Mount Audatara and Azuma-Kofuji is the small hot spring town of Tsuchiyu Onsen. Although less famous than its neighbouring onsen towns,..

Fukushima
Tsurugajo Castle

Tsurugajo Castle

4 (1Review)

Aizu-Wakamatsu Castle, also known as Tsuruga Castle is a concrete replica of a traditional Japanese castle in northern Japan, at the center of the city..

Fukushima
Nisshinkan

Nisshinkan

Nisshinkan (會津藩校日新館) was established in 1803 to be a leading school to educate the children of the Aizu clan's samurai families. Students..

Fukushima
 
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