Where is a good place to visit in Fukushima?

Asked by Martyn Bissett · 4 years ago

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Answered by Trifina Leang · 4 years ago

I highly recommend a place called "Oouchjuku", it's an ancient village with thatched roof houses:

http://en.japantravel.com/fukushima/ouchi-juku-under-snow/18545

 


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Answered by Bonson Lam · 4 years ago

Aizu is another beautiful area in the country. http://en.japantravel.com/view/aizu-wakamatsu-castle


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Answered by Justin Velgus · 4 years ago

Mandy, what exactly are you interested in? I would also recommend Aizu if you are interested in samurai history. The castle is very impressive and there is also the famous Byakutai legend about a group of young boys that comitted suicide when they thought the castle had fallen.

Otherwise, if nature is more your thing, definitely check out Bandai. Beautiful lakes and hiking in the mountains.

There are a few safari parks around Japan. One is in Nihonmatsu in northern Fukushima. Or get your aloha on at the Hawaiians indoor mega water park!! Say hi to the Hula Girls for me!!


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Answered by Brandi Begley · 4 years ago

Well, I'd go with what Justin said! It all depends on what you're interested in, and well, I was going to post what he said, so I'll just agree with him now. ^_^ I hope you have fun!


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Answered by Amber Mezbourian · 4 years ago

Trifina, I've been to that village but I couldn't remember what it was called! Thanks for reminding me of the name. It's a really pretty place to visit and the souvenir shops are great - there's a huge selection of crafts available there.

I second Justin's suggestion of the Bandai plateau, if you want to spend time outdoors. A group of us went camping on the edge of Lake Hibara. The campsite offered a range of activities, including canoeing, fishing, mountain biking and rafting. It's a beautiful area.


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Answered by Victoria Vlisides · 4 years ago

If you're going to Fukushima, definitely try Oze National Park! It's an amazing nature spot in Japan. And is actually in Tochigi, Gunma and Fukushima!


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Answered by Carol Akiyama · 3 years ago

Spa Hawaiian is in Fukushima and quite an interesting place! But do watch the Japanese Academy award winning film Hula Girls to really appreciate how special the creation of this indoor water park and hotel was to the area.


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