Nanokaicho Street in Aizu Wakamatsu City has been the center of Aizu and beloved by many people. It has flourished as a commercial center since the Edo period (1603-1867), and in the Meiji period (1868-1912), buildings and retro streetscapes were formed under the influence of Western culture.
Today, the rich historical background of the area is being utilized in town development, and the area is a popular spot for tourists to enjoy the atmosphere of Taisho Romanticism with its fashionable stores. The streets are planted with trees so that visitors can enjoy the scenery of the four seasons.
Nanokaicho Street is also attracting attention as a model district for shopping district revitalization. Local community activities, such as events and festivals, are flourishing as local residents work hand in hand to revitalize the area.
Furthermore, Nanokaicho Street is home to many restaurants where you can enjoy gourmet foods of Aizu Wakamatsu. Visitors can enjoy delicious Aizu foods such as Aizu's famous soba noodles, Aizu beef dishes, and local sake.