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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Kitamae Yokocho (alleyway) in Sakata Yamagata Prefecture is a food village in the Nakamichi District opened by young chefs in Sakata. At the food village there are many small izakaya’s (drinks and shared inexpensive food). This is a place where locals eat and they serve yakitori, ramen, and other izakaya-style food. On the weekends you can also listen to music.
Sakata is coast port town in Yamagata Prefecture along the Sea of Japan. Sakata was developed by merchants in the 17th to 19th century to trade rice and local products from Hokkaido to Kyoto and Tokyo. Currently the city produces some of finest sake and rice in all of Japan. It is also located near Mount Chokai and it’s network of spring water and waterfalls. The area also consumes the highest consumption of ramen in Japan.