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Nanukamachi-dori walking trail

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A major thoroughfare during the Edo period, it acted as the western entrance to the castle town with a concentration of wholesale shops, inns, and restaurants. Nowadays, it is home to many diverse stores with a townscape reminiscent of Japan 100 years ago, known as "Romantic Taisho." With stores selling lacquerware, painted candles, cotton, as well as sake breweries, visitors can see the traditional crafts passed down from the age of the samurai as they walk here.

Street address

Nanukamachi Aizuwakamatsu City, Fukushima

Access

Route1

  • Take the “Sightseeing Circulation Bus Haikara-san” from JR Aizu Wakamatsu Station for about 8 minutes. Get off at Nanukamachieki-mae. (210 yen)

Route2

  • About 15 minutes by foot from JR Aizu Wakamatsu Station, or take the JR Tadami Line from Aizu Wakamatsu Station to Nanukamachi Station.

Opening Hours

Varies depending on the establishment

Closed

Varies depending on the establishment

Fee

Website

http://e.samurai-city.jp/wp-content/uploads/image/aizu_map_e.pdf

Best season

All year

Point

"Shibukawadonya" is in a building with intriguing architecture where diners can enjoy the hometown cuisine of Aizu Wakamatsu. It is recommended to stop by the shops, such as "Hoshiban E-rousoku Ten," where you can make your own painted candle, "Aizu-no-Utsuwa Koubou Suzuran," a concept shop for cute lacquerware, and the "Suehiro Shuzo Kaiekura" sake brewery.
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