Fukushima Travel- Discover a place where life resurrects with the promise of return

Fukushima tourism , a name reminiscent of the haunts of earthquakes, tsunamis, nuclear power plants, but few people know this is a beautiful land of Japan anymore.

Referring to the tourist city ​​of Fukushima , perhaps most of us are also haunted by the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster. But when you come to this place, you will certainly be surprised to see the magical revival of this land. It will make you want to go, go forever, and leave the promise of returning to Fukushima

Tsurugajo Castle in winter - Tourism Fukushima.

Travel to Fukushima where life resurrects and the promise of return

Aquamarine Fukushima Aquarium

Fukushima Aquamarine Aquarium is an architectural structure built by the Japanese government in 2000. This popular tourist destination in Fukushima is designed primarily with glass, with a modern curved dome. The building is located on the coast of Iwaki city, in Fukushima prefecture.

Aquamarine Aquarium is a famous architectural work during Fukushima tourism.

Aquamarine Aquarium is decorated to recreate almost the entire relationship with nature. Visitors will be overwhelmed with the sea level present in the tank with a volume of water up to 2,050 tons. The water tank is built in the form of the world's first triangular tunnel. Here, people recreated the flow of sea water, one side is hot, one side is cold with many different fish species living in each area.

The water tank is built in the form of the world's first triangular tunnel - Fukushima Tourism.

In November 2011, this structure was nearly 90% devastated following the tsunami disaster. Most of the marine life living here is dead due to the power outage in the city, the oxygen supply system stops working. And only 4 months after the disaster, life here miraculously restored completely.

  • Address: Tatsumicho-50 Onahama, Iwaki, Fukushima 971-8101, Japan.
  • Opening hours are from 9:00 to 17:30. However, from December 1 to March 20, it is only open until 17:00.

Tsuruga Castle

Tsuruga Castle is a Fukushima tourist destination that attracts a lot of tourists around the world. This place is famous for when the Boshin War happened from 1868 to 1869, the Aizu army was entrenched in this castle and did not fall in a month of siege until the last minute.

Tsuruga Castle is loved as a symbol of the locals as well as the people all over Japan . In addition to the name Tsuruga, the people of Fukushima city also have many other names for this place such as Kurokawa Castle, Aizu Castle ...

Tsuruga Castle is a Fukushima tourist destination that attracts a lot of tourists around the world. 

Tsuruga Castle allows visitors to experience history, nature and tradition with all five senses. Although mostly restored, the surrounding park's stone walls are still intact. Currently the city is still being restored. In 2011, the castle's main tower was restored with the red-tiled roof of the Meiji period (1868-1912) and earlier.

Tsuruga Castle destination should not be missed when traveling to Fukushima. 

  • Address: Fukushima-ken Aidzuwakamatsu-shi Ōte-chō 1 - 1 Tsurugajjo
  • Opening time: 08:30 am - 17:00 pm

Fukuroda Falls

This Fukuroda waterfall is about 120 meters high and about 73 meters wide located in Ibaraki and isa prominent tourist destination in FukushimaOverall, this famous waterfall has four layers stacked on top of each other to create the perfection neither too much nor too little. If you are not sure what todo in Fukushimathen this is the right place for you.

This Fukuroda waterfall is about 120 meters high and about 73 meters wide, located in Ibaraki and is a popular tourist destination in Fukushima. 

In the summer, the waterfall is covered with thick green leaves and in winter it partially freezes like a beautiful work of delicate glass. When spring comes, Fukuroda Falls makes all the flowers bloom in fun colors. But the extra contrast of the red leaves in autumn against the rushing water is sure to increase its popularity because the forest of red leaves can be viewed even from quite a distance.

  • Address: Daigo-machi, Kuji-gun, Ibaraki
  • Opening time: 07:00 am - 17:00 pm

EN Oarai Isosaki-jinja

Oarai Isosaki-jinja Shrine is 2.5 km from Oarai Station, perched on a rugged coastline facing the Pacific Ocean. Legend has it that Oarai Isosaki-jinja Shrine was built in AD 856. The main structure was destroyed in war in the 16th century but rebuilt in the next century. It is considered a quite spiritual Fukushima tourist destination for visitors who want to learn about temples in Japan.

Oarai Shrine worships two deities Omunamuchi-no-Mikoto and Sukunabikona-no-Mikoto, is an attractive spiritual spot when traveling to Fukushima. Photo: Vietravel.

The shrine has three torii gates, each offering a different landscape and atmosphere. This Oarai Shrine commemorates the gods Omunamuchi-no-Mikoto and Sukunabikona-no-Mikoto, two deities considered to have made up the country of Japan.

  • Address: 6890 Isohamachō, Ōarai-machi, Higashiibaraki-gun, Ibaraki-ken 311-1301
  • Opening time: 07:00 am - 18:00 pm

Tadami train line

Tadami Line is considered to be the leading scenic railway in Japan, in 2003 it was voted in the "TOP 3 of the most beautiful internal railway lines with snow white winter scenery", to five In 2008 it was again selected as "Japan's most beautiful railway in the red leaf season".

However, due to heavy rains in Niigata and Fukushima in July 2011, the line between Tadami and Aizukawaguchi has ceased to operate and no repairs are currently underway so there is a risk that the line will be shut down. Instead, an alternative bus service is being offered between Tadami and Aizukawaguchi.

The Tadami Line is said to be the top scenic railway in Japan when traveling to Fukushima in the fall.

The railway line between Aizukawaguchi Station and Aizu-yanaizu Station runs along the flow of the river, then heads towards the mountain, then crosses the four Tadami-kyoryo bridges, from inside the wagon you can see the wind. Beautiful view through the window. Fukushima tourismin particular and Japan tour in general, you should try once sitting on the train of the country of cherry blossoms and watching the natural scenery around, will be very interesting.

  • Address: 1-1, Ekimae-machi, Aizuwakamatsu City, Fukushima Prefecture
  • Opening time: 24h

Ryujin great suspension bridge

Ryujin is a giant pedestrian suspension bridge in Honshu, across the Ryujin Dam located in Okukuji Natural Park . The bridge is designed with a total length of 446m, the central span 375m long, once able to withstand the load of 3,500 passers. The height from the bridge to the water is 100m, visitors can play bungee jumping from the bridge down to taste a sense of adventure more than imagined.

Ryujin is a giant suspension bridge for visitors who want to check in and explore while traveling to Fukushima. 


From the bridge you can observe the panoramic view of Suifu mountain range. There are many seasonal events here, including the famous Koi-nobori-matsuri festival that lasts from April to May with about 1,000 carp hanging on a swimming cable in the sky above. Ryujin dam. If you have traveled to Fukushima but have not yet visited this bridge, it is truly a mistake for you.

  • Address: 2133-6 Keganocho, Hitachi-ota-shi, Ibaraki
  • Opening time: 08:30 am - 17:00 pm

Above are the information about the Fukushima tourist sites we provide to you. Hopefully, with this useful information will bring you a very interesting and fun trip to discover Japan . 

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