You will want to see these spots if you go to Aizu! Introducing our recommended sightseeing route.
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Tsuruga-jo Castle (National Historic Site)
Tsurugajo castle, the city's main tourist landmark, made its comeback with the newly red-tiled tower
Oyakuen Medicinal Gardens (National Scenic Site)
The garden that attracted a score of feudal lords, with a sacred pond that reflects the seasonal...
The Aizu Bukeyashiki - Samurai Residence
The residential complex of a top-ranking Aizu retainer, and other Important Cultural Assets of Fukushima
Nanoka-machi Street, Noguchi Hideyo Seisyun Street
Enjoy eating and shopping on this retro street lined with shops
A magnificent view created over a million years
Takizawa Honjin (a Nationally Designated Historic & Important Cultural Property)
The headquarters from where Lord Katamori Matsudaira issued orders for the Aizu clan, including the...
The Gravesite of the 19 Members of the Byakkotai
The final resting places for the spirits of the Byakkotai, who died in the Edo period Boshin Civil War
The Grave of the Matsudaira Family
An extensive hillside historic site, where the lords of the Matsudaira family rest
Rinkaku - Japanese Tea House
An honored tea house built for the son of the Japanese tea master, Sen no Rikyu