Things to Do in Fukushima


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If you're visiting Fukushima, check out this list of top tips and things to do to make the most of your time there.

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Through the streets of a village on top of a steep river bank, up 113 steps and meters of snow, naked men run towards the beautiful Enzo-ji Temple and New Year good luck.
Fukushima Aquamarine is an impressive aquarium located on the coast of Iwaki City.  It is a great addition to a trip to Spa Hawaiians, Shiramizu Amida-do, and the Iwaki Marine Tower.
Tsuruga Castle (鶴ヶ城), also known as Aizu-Wakamatsu Castle (会津若松城 ), is a major tourist attraction in Tohoku. Located in the Aizu-Wakamatsu area of Fukushima, it becomes an ideal location for viewing the changing colors of leaves during autumn. 
Ouchi-juku is an Edo-Period post station located in Shimogo Town, Aizu County, Fukushima Prefecture.
Leave Japan behind and explore British Hills, a surreal holiday resort in the heart of the Fukushima countryside. Enjoy afternoon tea, fish and chips, and stroll around an English country garden.
While the area of Ouchijuku in Fukushima Prefecture is well-known as a traditional post town from the Edo period and its Negi Soba (Buckwheat noodles eaten with a leek), try a new experience by making your own soba!
Take a trip back in time on Nanokamachi Street in Aizuwakamatsu and purchase local crafts, trinkets and immerse yourself in history.
Meet 'Love', the cat stationmaster at Ashinomaki Onsen Station, in Fukushima's Aizu-wakamatsu region. Love took on the honorary role at this small, rural station on the Aizu Line at the turn of 2016, replacing his predecessor 'Bus'.