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Here are some recommended sightseeing spots.  日本語
tsuruga-jo
The castle is an impregnable masterpiece that holds back the water to the east, and the basin and the key transportation points to the north, south and west.
kozashi-jo
A rebellious Aizu, a fantastic castle dreamed up by Uesugi Kagekatsu and Naoe Kanetsugu.
nanuka-machi street
Streets that have developed along the major highways. Town development that makes use of the atmosphere of Taisho Romanticism.
hakubutsukan
A museum that displays valuable materials to learn about the history of Fukushima Prefecture.
oyakuen
A beautiful and elegant Japanese garden that was used by the Aizu domain lord.
bukeyashiki
A theme park where visitors can get a glimpse of the lives of the warriors of the Aizu Clan.
syuzo-rekishikan
Learn about the history of sake made in Aizu, a region with famous water and one of the best rice-producing regions in Japan.
nisshinkan
A museum of the Aizu Domain School, which provided advanced education.
byakkotai-kinenkan
A memorial hall that tells the tragedy of the Byakkotai to this day.
byakkotai-densyokan
A museum displaying items related to the Byakkotai.
takizawa-honjin
The ruins of the main camp at the foot of Takizawa Pass, near Mt.
classic-camera
A classic camera museum in a renovated sake brewery.
shirokiya-shiryokan
A historical lacquerware wholesaler's building and a museum with valuable materials on display.
kaneyaka-rekishi
A museum where you can learn about the folklore of the Okuaizu region.
okuaizu-hakubutsukan
A museum that displays a variety of materials that will help you learn about the history and folklore of the Minami-Aizu region.
saitoukiyoshi
A museum that exhibits many of Kiyoshi Saito's works, including prints.
noguchihideyo
The birthplace of Hideyo Noguchi, who devoted himself to the eradication of infectious diseases, and a museum that exhibits related materials.
tenkyokaku
A Western-style building in a perfect location overlooking Inawashiro.
inawashiro-tansui
An aquarium that exhibits freshwater creatures from the Bandai area.
aizu-minzokukan
A museum where visitors can learn about the folklore of the Inawashiro region.
bandaisan-funka
A memorial hall where visitors can learn about the explosive eruption of Mt.


A city of history, culture, and nature, Aizuwakamatsu has many historical sites, museums, and other facilities that can be seen and enjoyed. On this site, you can search for such historical sites, museums, and cultural facilities. You can search by region, by type of facility, by map, or by facility name. We hope you find this site useful for your visit to Aizuwakamatsu and we look forward to seeing you there. Aizu is booming now! Aizuwakamatsu has long been a tourist destination for many people. Aizu Wakamatsu has always been a popular tourist destination, and recently, due to the influence of historical dramas such as Yae's Sakura, it is attracting even more tourists. As a result, the area is being upgraded as a tourist destination, providing more detailed information and various services. Please look forward to Aizu Wakamatsu evolving into a more attractive tourist destination!


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