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Mt. Nishi-Azuma
Urabandai in winter

Fukushima Prefecture, located in the Tohoku region, is the third largest of the 47 prefectures in Japan. The prefecture is home to a wide variety of mountains, including seven of ‘Japan's 100 most famous mountains.’ Amongst these mountains there are also many hot springs, one of the pleasures of mountain hiking in Fukushima. We hope to share the charms of mountain climbing in Fukushima and attract more visitors to the prefecture!

Fukushima trip starting from the mountains

Fukushima area map

Fukushima Prefecture is divided into three areas; Aizu, Nakadori, and Hamadori, in a north-south direction from the interior to the coast on the Pacific Ocean. The Ou Mountains, also known as “the backbone of Japan,” rise in the center, the Echigo Mountains rise on the inland side, and the Abukuma Highlands rise on the Pacific Ocean side. In addition to seven of Japan's 100 most famous mountains, we hope to introduce the mountain courses, hot springs, and gourmet information recommended by Fukushima's experienced mountain guides, so you can discover your favorite mountain and enjoy climbing in Fukushima.

Mountain and Travel Course Guide

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* Auto Translation page

30 Mountains in Fukushima

Explore the mountains in each of the three areas of Fukushima. We have labeled the difficulty levels and recommended seasons for each course.We have packed all the information you need to know for mountain climbing: the trails, access to the trailheads, and even convenience stores.
* All links are to Google's automatic translation page.

See mountain courses in Aizu
See mountain courses in Nakadori
See mountain courses in Hamadori
  • 十万劫山
  • 岩倉山
  • 鎌倉岳(竹貫)
  • 二ツ箭山
  • 半田山
  • 蓬田岳
  • 高柴山
  • 一切経山
  • 小野岳
  • 帝釈山
  • 志津倉山
  • 浅草岳
  • 蒲生岳
  • 雄国山
  • 会津駒ケ岳
  • 恵みの森
  • 三本槍岳
  • 飯豊山
  • 磐梯山
  • 燧ケ岳
  • 額取山
  • 安達太良山
  • 二岐山
  • 霊山
  • 滝川渓谷
  • 湯ノ岳
  • 関山
  • 鹿狼山
  • 裏磐梯 五色沼
  • 花塚山

Fukushima this and that

After hiking, you can also enjoy other ‘blessings of the mountains,’ such as hot springs heated by volcanoes and delicious vegetables and rice grown with pure spring water. We also recommend a trip to experience the culture and arts nurtured in Fukushima, such as traditional townscapes, crafts, and local specialties.
* All links are to Google's automatic translation page.

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