Bandai-Asahi National Park is a very scenic and nature filled park in Japan. The entire park includes Fukushima, Yamagata and Niigata prefectures. Millions of years of volcanic activity have shaped the scenic landscape and topography. Inside the park there are historical sacred mountains, dense beech forests, and volcanic lakes and ponds and swamps. Many outdoor hikers and nature lovers enjoy Bandai-Asahi National Park.
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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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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.