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Fukushima Prefecture is surrounded in beautiful nature.
The third largest prefecture in Japan, every region has its own characteristics, such as the Aizu region in west, enveloped by mountains and home to popular hot springs and ski slopes; the Naka-dori region, in which Koriyama serves as a core city; and the Hama-dori region in the east with its beautiful ocean and abundant seafood.
The prefecture is home to many interesting historic relics and landscapes, and Ouchi-juku, where you can take in its more than 300 years of history as a post town, and Tsurugajo Castle, are popular with visitors from abroad.
The Goshiki-numa cluster of lakes and ponds, formed by a volcanic eruption, are renowned scenic spot where you can see the mysteries of nature such as the blue ponds and other sights.
Kitakata ramen, with its soy sauce and pork bone broth, and sauce-katsudon, a pork cutlet dipped in a sweet sauce served in a bowl of rice topped with shredded cabbage, are not to be missed.

Getting from Tokyo to FUKUSHIMA

Route 1

  • JR Tokyo station → Fukushima station: Approximately 1 hour 30 minutes by Tohoku shinkansen

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    This journey introduces a wide range of destinations that you can enjoy, from sightseeing spots in Tokyo to hot springs in Tohoku where you can soak and relax. Come and tour the sights of Japan, both old and new, such as symbols of Tokyo like the TOKYO SKYTREE and Sensoji Temple, a Matsushima sightseeing cruise, and one of Japan's National Important Cultural Properties at Hirosaki Park. By utilizing Unlimited Rides Passes, you can save on transportation costs and travel around to many locations at an unbeatable price.
    The Great East Japan Earthquake caused significant damage to the people living in Japan's Tohoku region. In this journey, you will travel along the Joban Line from disaster-prevention spots in Tokyo to areas in Tohoku that were hit by the disaster. By first visiting spots in Tokyo that have survived natural disasters and fires, and then heading to disaster-affected areas in Tohoku and seeing how they have recovered, you will be able to think more deeply about the impacts of natural disasters and about how important disaster prevention is.
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