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|Flower of Fukushima||Rhododendron Brachycarpum (Nemoto Shakunage)|
|Tree of Fukushima||Zelkova Serrata (Keyaki)|
|Bird of Fukushima||Narcissus Flycatcher (Kibitaki)|
|Hama-dori||Enjoy the approximately six hundred cherry blossoms in "Baryo Park", Soma City.|
|Naka-dori||“Miharu Takizakura” is one of the famous cherry trees in Japan. “Hanamiyama Park” is covered by 60 different kinds of flowers.|
|Aizu||Surrounded by cherry blossoms, Tsuruga castle is the most beautiful in Aizu.|
|Hama-dori||Enjoy marine sports such as swimming and surfing.|
|Naka-dori||Famous for cherries and peaches and is the second largest peach producer in Japan making it popular for fruit picking.|
|Aizu||Enjoy trekking and mountain climbing in Urabandai surrounded by unprecedented scenic landscape.|
|Hama-dori||Enjoy vibrant colours of autumn foliage around the national treasure of “Shiramizu Amidado”|
|Naka-dori||Coloured leaves along “Bandai Azuma Skyline”.
“Nihonmatsu-no-Chochin festival” is one of the biggest lantern festivals, as well as “Taimatsu-Akashi”, one of the largest fire festivals in the nation, attracting many visitors from overseas and Japan.
|Aizu||The “Aizu festival” involves 500 people dressed as Samurai parading through the streets. Aizu is also popular for autumn foliage at Urabandai and Inawashiro Lake.|
|Hama-dori||Enjoy seasonal fruit sweet strawberries.|
|Naka-dori||Enjoy an open-air bath with snow views dotted across the area .|
|Aizu||Rich powdery snow fall and world class ski resorts are popular with skiers and snowboarders.|
Having 600 years of Samurai history high lights the magnificence of Japans castles.
Walk along 400 year old streets soaking up its cultural heritage.
The hot spring theme park holds the Guinness Book of Records for the biggest open-air bath in the world.
Well known as the “Kingdom of Fruit”. Enjoy fruit such as cherries, peaches, pears, apples, persimmons and strawberries.
“Kitakata-Ramen” is an iconic noodle in Japan which sees 120 restaurants competing for the best tasting ramen in Kitakata city.
Considered as local food in Aizu, is well known as a traditional dish.
Known as the “Red cow” in Fukushima dialect, the popular lucky charm is cherished for protecting against evil and bringing good luck.
Designated a traditional folk craft of Japan, it is popular with tourists due to its uniqueness and exquisite craftsmanship.
Enjoy a tour of sake making and tasting in the “Saka-Gura” , olden time sake storage facility.
Popular for its magnificent heritage listed national park.
“Bandai mountain” also known as “treasure mountain” in Aizu.
These baths are not only used for leisure and relaxation, but possess medicinal properties improving overall health and vitality.