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The official website of the Aizuwakamatsu Tourist Information.
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Information on living in Fukushima, Japanese classes, counselling service for foreigners.
Sights in Fukushima: tourism information of Fukushima Prefecture
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Oze National Park (尾瀬国立公園) is an area consisting of open greenland in Fukushima, Tochigi, Gunma and Niigata Prefectures in Japan. Opened on 30 August 2007, the park is the 29th national park in Japanand includes the Aizu-Komagatake and Tashiroyama mountai
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Hinoemata (檜枝岐村) is a village located in Minamiaizu District, Fukushima, Japan. It is locally famous for its soba (buckwheat noodles) and known nationally for its kabuki performances and as a gateway to the Oze marshlands.
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Nihonmatsu (二本松市) is a city located in Fukushima, famous for Nihonmatsu Castle and the Obama Castle ruins.
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Information on local tourist attractions, such as Nihonmatsu Castle, Odanguchi Battlefield, Mt. Adatara, the Adatara and Yukawa ravines,
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Minamiaizu (南会津町) is a town in Minamiaizu District, Fukushima Prefecture. It was formed on March 20, 2006 by the merging of Tajima (the largest town in Minamiaizu District) with the villages of Ina, Nangō, and Tateiwa to form a new administrative township
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Kitakata (喜多方市) is a city located in Fukushima, north of Aizuwakamatsu, and is famous for its distinct ramen.
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A scenic hot spring resort in Aizuwakamatsu, Fuskushima Prefecture.
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The Samurai mansions of the daimyo of the Aizu Domain and his retainers. It burned down in the Boshin War and later reconstructed.
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Fukushima Prefectural Museum of Art (福島県立美術館 Fukushima Kenritsu Bijutsukan) is a museum located in Fukushima City. The museum houses 2000+ works, including French Impressionism, 20th-century American realism, Japanese modern paintings, prints, earthenware
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Sazae-do is a hexagonal wooden tower, built in 1795 on Mount Iimori in Aizuwakamatsu. Its staircase has a double helical form, allowing the visitor to travel up and back down without passing the same point twice. Although formally unique, Sazaedo is struc
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Tourist information about the Urabandai region in Fukushima Prefecture.
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Tsuruga Castle (鶴ヶ城), also known as Aizu-Wakamatsu Castle (会津若松城), was the centre of the Aizu domain. It is a concrete replica of the former castle that was destroyed by the Meiji government.
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The website of the Aizu Wakamatsu Tourist Association, linking to pages in English, Korean and Chinese tourist information.
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English conversation school in Iwaki, with employment information, links, and regional guide.
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With school and course information, sister schools, and international friendship.
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The University of Aizu (Japanese: 会津大学, Aizu Daigaku) in Aizuwakamatsu, Japan, is the first university dedicated to computer science engineering in Japan. UoA was ranked 18th (2nd among public universities) and was ranked 7th in the field of computer scie
Offers faculties in medicine and nursing. With introduction, history, and hospital. Located in Fukushima City.
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