Fukushima is a coastal prefecture so there is specialize in fishing and seafood. The climate allows fruit to be grown all year around, such as pears, peaches, cherries, grapes, and apples. There is popular summer and winter festivals to experience local culture and cuisine.
Fukushima has many historic sightseeing spots, onsen resorts, nature spots, and more. Fukushima is in the Tohoku region on the island of Honshu in Japan. Come and visit this historic prefecture.
Japan has many different types of amusement parks to entertain all ages. Some parks have new attractions and some haven't changed a thing. Visit an amusement park near you while visiting Japan.
The POKEMON with YOU Train has been operational in the Tohoku region since December 2012. This is a great and family-friendly activity for locals and visitors.
There are more than 30 national parks in Japan. The parks are either marine, volcanic or forests. Relax in a peaceful environment with your family for two or three nights.
Visit some of the best and largest aquariums in Japan. Family-friendly events such as dolphin shows and see whale sharks swimming around. Osaka, Okinawa, and Tokyo have some of the biggest aquariums.
Train station hopping can be a fun activity to add to your itinerary. These are 10 unique train stations in Japan that you want to check out!
Ouchijuku is a village made of over 30 traditional Japanese houses in Fukushima prefecture and it is getting a very popular destination for tourists these days.
6 festivals held in Tohoku are well known and many tourists come. Each of festival is significantly different from others, but all of them are exciting.
We roundup top 5 Japan's coolest trains. Japan is a beautiful country that meshes modernity with tradition. There is no better example than the luxury trains that Japan has to offer.
Hana Yori Dango ( Boys Over Flowers ) is the best selling girls manga in Japan of all time. I introduce film locations for making this story which fans like visiting.