SpotWalking in Aizu-wakamatsu

Aizu-wakamatsu developed as Lord Matsudaira's castle town and yielded 230,000 goku of rice. If you walk around the town, you can see historical sites and cherished old shops. There are galleries, lacquerware shops and e-rosoku (picture candle) shops around Nanokamachi-dori street. Aizu Shuzo Hakubutsukan (Aizu Sake Brewery Museum) houses tools for the sake brewer of the Aizu domain. The "Haikara-san" bus is convenient for touring the town.

Walking in Aizu-wakamatsu


Aizuwakamatsu city, Fukushima





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