Fukushima Rice Field

 

 

 


Fukushima has long been famous for its agriculture and is Japan’s premier rice-growing regions. Some of the best rice brands are grown in Fukushima Prefecture.

 

 

 

the rice fields

 

October means

 

ready for harvest

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Tsuruga-jo Castle

Tsuruga-jo Castle 鶴ヶ城 is the symbol of Aizu and located in Aizu-Wakamatsu City in Fukushima Prefecture. It was known as an invincible castle as it lasted one month against an enemy during the end of the Edo era 1868-1869. But in 1874 it was torn down into stone walls. Later it was rebuilt in 1965 and also in 2011 it went through a major facelift. You can view cherry blossoms in the spring and fall leaves in autumn. The address is 1-1 Outemachi, Aizu-Wakamatsu City, Fukushima, 965-0873. For more information please contact: info@tsurugajo.com

Gateway



Ouchi-juku 大内宿 is a historical town in Fukushima Prefecture that have preserved structures with traditional thatched roof buildings that are over 300 years old.

 

 

A gate to

 

 

peace

 

 

tranquility

 

Negi Soba

negi soba ouchijuku

 

You can find Negi Soba 高遠そば in Ouchi-juku 大内宿 in Fukushima Prefecture. It is eaten with a long green onion (negi) instead of chopsticks.

 

Soba eaten with negi

 

Sounds strange

 

But very delicious

 

Ouchi-juku

ouchi-juku fukushima prefecture

Ouchi-juku 大内宿 is a historical town that have preserved structures with traditional thatched roof buildings that are over 300 years old. In the Edo period (1603-1867) Ouchi-juku was a town that served people traveling between Aizu and Nikko. Ouchi-juku is also famous for handmade soba noodles eaten with negi (onion). Ouchi-juku has several annual festivals, one during the second weekend of February for the Ouchi-juku Snow Festival, and the Hange Mid-Summer Festival in July. If you have time please visit and support Ouchi-juku located in Fukushima Prefecture.

 

https://www.pref.fukushima.lg.jp/site/portal-english/list383.html