Fukushima is the third largest prefecture in Japan.

It is blessed with beautiful scenery and is proud of its history. Breathlessly beautiful autumn leaves and snowy landscapes fascinate people during autumn and winter. Fukushima is easily accessible from the Tokyo metropolitan area. Why don't you visit Fukushima?

Fukushima Prefecture is divided into three areas: Aizu, Nakadori and Hamadori. Aizu-wakamatsu, which is famous for Tsurugajo Castle, and Kitakata, which is famous for ramen and warehouses, are in Aizu. In the center part of Nakadori are the cities of Fukushima and Koriyama. Mount Bandai, Lake Inawashiro and Miharu town are also all in Nakadori. Hamadori contains Iwaki and faces the Pacific Ocean which is warm even in winter due to the warm ocean current.

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