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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
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
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
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..

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