Discover the best top things to do in Fukushima, Japan including Azuma Kofuji, Hanamiyama Park, Bandai-Azuma Skyline, Old Horikiri House, Fudosawa Bridge / Tsubakurodani, Fukushima Prefecture Tourist Product Center, Azuma Sports Park, Jododaira Visitor Center, Fukushima Race Course, Fukushima Prefectural Museum of Art.
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Azuma-Kofuji " small-fuji", Its mountain is located near Fukushima city in Fukushima prefecture. This mountain "azumaKofuji" can be seen from Fukushima city with beautiful silhouetted against the evening sky.
On the way to this mountain, you can enjoy high mountain road and nice view.
Yes, you can go near the top of mountain by sight-seeing bus. On the top, you can walk around the small lake, climb hills and climb to the mountain top, from there you will experience unbelievable beauty of Lake Goshiki-numa."five colors lake"
After enjoy the mountain walk, you should stay at a" Onsen Ryokan" Japanese style hotel with a hot spring. You will enjoy Japanese-style dishes and hot spring there.
It will make you relax and have a sound sleep.
Please come and see.
I have been living near here, so I know how wonderful it is.
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Disclaimer: I'm a US citizen living in Fukushima since 2008, and imagine spending the rest of my career, even the rest of my life, here. So, maybe I'm biased.
Hanamiyama (花見山、flower-viewing-mountain) is just a short ride from Fukushima Station on special buses that are arranged during peak cherry-blossom season. The people of Fukushima take good care of this attraction, and good care of visitors.
Yes, attendance fell during the viewing season that came a month after the March 11, 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake. Roads and rails were still damaged, and people around the world were anxious about the nuclear power plant accident.
Now, Hanamiyama is as busy as it ever was, if not busier. But the beautiful environment brings out the best in already well-mannered people. Strangers exchange cameras to take better-than-selfie group photos. Fast and slow walkers are graciously accommodated on walking paths, and there are always a few less traveled paths (perhaps a bit too narrow or steep for some) where you can enjoy a little solitude even on a crowded day.
People living here year-round can, and do, enjoy Hanamiyama year after year. Why not join us?
4.5 based on 69 reviews
Very exciting driving course with Super Special Superb view. Near the quite high area, the view of wild landscape looks like a planet other than earth because of volcanic gas. The other lower areas also have great deep mountain views. We cannot drive this road during winter, so we have to go there from the middle of April to Mid November. From May to October we may go to the road during night if the road is not cold. We can spend starry night, we can also see many shooting stars when there is not the moon light.
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More than just a house, this small property contains several buildings of historical value, flowing hot Springs and variety of flowering trees, including a Japanese zelkova which is over 250 years old. You can come with a picnic lunch and enjoy soaking your feet in the hot Springs on the property. It hosts many public events including art exhibits, music and theater.
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Has good range of local sake!!! Good idea to grab some of heading to the cherry park for picnic and some booze like the locals.
4 based on 29 reviews
This museum is not hard to access and find if you take the train from the main station but if you walk it is behind the forest and hard to find. It is a quiet museum with many Rodin sculptures and a library next door.
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