After taking the Toei Streetcar (Toden) Arakawa Line and enjoying the nostalgic atmosphere of the Shitamachi area in Tokyo on foot, head to Fukushima and soothe your tired body in a spa and savor the mouthwateringly delicious seafood.

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Tokyo Metropolitan Area



Tokyo Stationmore

October 2012 saw completion of the preservation and renovation work on the Tokyo Station Marunouchi Building. The red brick facade long loved as the symbol of Tokyo Station has made a comeback, along with the history and grandeur of the original building dating nearly a hundred years back. The occasion also saw the reopening of Tokyo Station Hotel and Tokyo Station Gallery. The former is the only hotel situated within an important cultural property of Japan. The interior is designed in a sophisticated, classical European style to blend with the splendor of the Marunouchi Building exterior.

10 minutes

Tokyo Metro Tozai Line
Otemachi Station → Waseda Station
10 minutes / 170 yen

Toei Streetcar (Toden) Arakawa Linemore


Toei Streetcar (Toden) Arakawa Line is a streetcar that runs from Minowa of Taito-ku, a neighborhood that very much retains the Shitamachi (old Tokyo downtown) atmosphere, to Waseda, known as the site of the university by the same name. The gentle ride is so laid back it's hard to believe that this is an actual means of transport in Tokyo.
Visitors can enjoy sights that are well off the beaten track to their hearts' content, including shopping centers, Arakawa Yuen, Asukayama Park, Togenuki Jizoson Kogan-ji Temple, and Kishimojin. Nothing can beat a trip along the Toei Streetcar (Toden) Arakawa Line for those who want a taste of local life.

Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line
Minowa Station → Ningyocho Station
10 minutes / 170 yen


Amazake Alley is the small approximately 400-meter long street extending from the Amazake Yokocho Intersection just outside Ningyocho Station to Meijiza. It was given the name "Amazake Alley" because there used to be a shop selling amazake (sweet sake) at the entrance to the alley during the early Meiji Period. Even now amazake is sold at the many sake, Japanese-style confectionary, and other shops, and many people love walking down this alley to experience the Shitamachi (old Tokyo downtown) atmosphere.

Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line
Ningyocho Station → Ginza Station
Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line
Ginza Station → Tokyo Station
20 minutes / 170 yen

Hotel Metropolitan Tokyo Marunouchi



6:40 Tokyo Station

JR Shinkansen Yamabiko 203(JR EAST PASS)
Tokyo → Kōriyama
8,200 yen
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8:21 Kōriyama Stationmore

Koriyama Station is a terminal station where various railway lines converge, including the Tohoku Shinkansen, Tohoku Honsen, Banetsu Saisen, Banetsu Tosen, and Suigunsen.
Inside the station building is an integrated commercial facility known as S-PAL, while outside the station is a facility, Big-i, where there is an observation lobby and a science museum called SPACEPARK.

JR Banetsu West Line(JR EAST PASS)
Kōriyama Station → Inawashiro Station
About 40 minutes / 669 yen

Free direct bus towards Hotel Grandeco
Inawashiro Station → Grandeco Ski Center
About 40 minutes (Departure time at 9:40)

Grandeco Snow Resortmore

As the ski resorts of Urabandai are located at a high altitude, they remain open until the beginning of May. In addition to serious skiing and snowboarding areas, since the resort also has gentle slopes for sledding and playing in the snow aimed at families and beginners, there are areas where everyone can enjoy the snow. Grandeco Snow Resort is one of the few ski resorts in Japan that offers a 3,500m beginner's course. Full sets of gear can be rented at the resort, so there is no need to worry.

Free direct bus towards Hotel Grandeco
Grandeco Ski Center → Urabandai Grandeco Tokyu Hotel
About 5 minutes

Urabandai Grandeco Tokyu Hotel


Urabandai Grandeco Tokyu Hotel

Free direct bus towards Hotel Grandeco
Urabandai Grandeco Tokyu Hotel → Inawashiro Station
About 40 minutes

JR Banetsu West Line(JR EAST PASS)
Inawashiro Station → Kōriyama Station
About 40 minutes / 669 yen

JR Banetsu West Line(JR EAST PASS)
Kōriyama Station → Iwaki Station
About 1 hour 40 minutes / 1,660 yen

Iwaki Station → Yumoto Station
About 8 minutes / 200 yen

Free shuttle bus
15 minutes

Spa Resort Hawaiiansmore


Spa Resort Hawaiians is a major leisure facility consisting of large hot spring pools, hot spring baths, hotels and a golf course. The Grand Polynesian Show performed by the Hula Girls is a must-see.
The Fish-Go-Round was unveiled in July 2015, allowing people to float in a flowing pool while viewing tropical fish at the same time.
Moreover, the Edo-Jowa Yoichi is one of the world's largest open-air baths, boasting a huge size of over 1,000 m2 when the men and women's baths are combined. For this the spa resort is known as being the greatest of its kind, offering an exciting experience that's enough to make visitors forget that they are in Tohoku.

On the same premises adjoining the facility

Hotel Hawaiians


Hotel Hawaiians

Shared taxi, Aquamarine Park Go
30 minutes / 800 yen

Aquamarine Fukushima "Environmental Aquarium" more

An aquarium with a memorable glass exterior. Distinctive for its exhibits recreating the environments of where living creatures (including plants) inhabit. Approximately 800 species and 80,000 living creatures are exhibited. Marine life can be observed while walking through a tunnel passing through a large water tank. Observing the impressive movements of fish schools is particularly impressive. Outside, visitors can interact with life on a giant artificial beach that recreates the nature of the coast. Fishing, backyard tours, and other interactive experiences are held every day, so families can enjoy them together.

10 minutes

Iwaki la la mewmore

This facility was opened on July 25, 1997, as Iwaki's Tourism and Products Center. The two-story facility has various zones on each floor, including those with restaurants, fish shops, and gift shops.
The front of the facility is lined with shops selling seafood, and inside the central entrance are gift shops, restaurants, tourist information centers, etc. There are also restaurants on the second floor, and the administration office. Moreover, the Iwaki Day Cruise terminal is found by the West Entrance. The Live Iwaki Museum on the second floor is free, and visitors may enjoy videos and panels introducing the history and tourist attractions of Iwaki City, as well as exchanges with its sister city.

Onahama Annaisho → Izumi Ekimae
About 15 minutes / 330 yen

Izumi Station


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