Top Things To Do In fukushima


We have great places in Fukushima Prefecture that were posted by travelers and the locals who have actually traveled there. Fukushima is famous for Miharu Takizakura cherry blossom tree and Kitakata Ramen, and located south of Tohoku Region. An old post station town Ouchijuku, Goshikinuma Lake known for the beautiful autumn colors, and Miharu Takizakura which is one of the three best cherry blossom trees, are all things to do here. What's more, the local specialty foods, such as Kitakata Ramen and Fukushima Gyoza, are also popular in Fukushima Prefecture.

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Shiramizu Amidado Temple

Kind of Paradise! Lighted Up Shiramizu Amidadou and Fresh Green

This light up event is held in the season of fresh green. Shiramizu Amidadou was built to imitate the Shrine in Hiraizumi 1200 years ago, and only the national treasure in Fukushima.

Drooping Cherry-Tree at Kassenba

The Season Of One Cherry Tree Blooming! A Weeping Cherry In Full Bloom

I introduce 'a weeping cherry tree in the battle site' in Fukushima, a Mecca of cherry trees standing alone. In this area, Miharu-taki cherry is famous though, its grandchild is this weeping cherry. I want you to visit here after seeing Miharu-taki cherry. Here's said to be a battle site of the old sanurais.

Goshikinuma Lakes

The Superb View of Viridity in Goshikinuma Lakes, Let's Go Seeing this Blue Pond as Beautiful as the Famous Blue Lake in Biei

The Goshikinuma lakes is famous for the beautiful colored leaves in autumn. Furthermore the contrast between the green of viridity and the blue of lake in summer is wonderful. The wind and viridity tempt you to visit here, let's go!


Star Festival is Coming Soon! The Gateway to Oze, Hinoemata Village is Capable of Viewing the Milky Way and Innumerable Stars in the Sky

Hinoemata village is a good location for seeing milky way because it is surrounded by high mountains and so dark. Why don’t you look for your favorite observasion spot?

Tadami Line

Beautiful Local Railway! Tadami Line In Winter

JR Tadami Line is most beautiful in winter! It snows a lot in January and February every year. So, you should travel in Aizu, Fukushima Prefecture, to see this Tadami Line!

Goshikinuma Lakes, Bishamon Lake

Only One Japanese Maple Tree Stands by the Goshikinuma Lake Turning Red in Late Autumn

There is only one maple tree by Bisyamon Lake. In fact, this maple turns its color later than the other! It annually turns red in the end of October. The north part of Fukushima's colored leaves have reached a peak just now. Why don't you visit Fukushima to watch the beautiful trees?

British Hills

Like A World Of Downton Abbey! Genuine Britain Stay In Fukushima

Britain exists in Fukushima! It's a destination to experience British culture, and staffs and buildings are all British. Ordinary people can look inside, stay and use the facility. I was totally fascinated by the beautiful buildings and staffs… It naturally makes us want to speak in English!

Iritono River

Let's Go To See Wild Fireflies Dancing In The Dark! Genji Firefly Living In Iritono River

Wild fireflies are reduced since the environment is getting worse. I want many people to see them because we don't know when they are going to disappear. I write this city's pride for such a wish!

Miharu Takizakura (Cherry Blossom Tree)

Miharu-Takizakura Cherry Tree in Full Blow

The Miharu-Takizakura cherry tree is one of the 3 best one in Japan and more than 1000 years old. I recommend visiting in the early morning because the place will be crowded after ten.

Natsui Senbonzakura (One Thousand Cherry Blossom Trees)

1000 Someiyoshino Cherry Blossom Trees Standing Along The 5 Kilometers Both Sides Of Natsui River

The cherry blossom trees planted and taken care by people living here. And carp streamers (Koinobori). A lot of civic pride here made me filled up with warm feelings.