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Anna Garden

Just west of Fukushima City at the foot of the Azuma mountain range is the St. Ann's Church Center, called Anna Garden. Here there is a microbrewery restaurant and a display of European furniture and fashionable household goods.How about visiting and spending a leisurely time enjoying food and shopping in a lovely scenic spot? In addition there is a memorial hall, the Genkyo No Kokeshigun Nishida Kinenkan, housing the archives and collection of traditional Kokeshi Dolls of the late researcher, Nishida Mineyoshi, who came from Tokyo.(entrance fee 300 yen)

Location Fukushima Ken, Fukushima City Araiiyokozuka 3-183
Hours 9-17:00 (last admission 16:30)
Closed Closed days of different parts may vary. It is best to telephone before coming.
Admission fee  
Tel Nishidakinenkan 024-593-0639
HP http://www.anna-g.com/

Michi-No-Eki Tsuchiyu Road Park

On National Highway 115, a beautiful mountain road, at 800 meters above sea level you will find a safe and relaxing oasis at Michi-no-eki Road Park. Here you can find highway information and shopping. And the rest room is open 24 hours a day, since there are no other facilities in the near vicinity. The shop sells many local products including udon and soba noodles made with Tsuchiyu Onsen tamago, eggs cooked slowly in mountain hot springs.

Location Matsugawa Machi Mizuhara Agiminamisawa 41-2
Hours Shops are open from 9:00 to 18:00 (Dec.-March from 9:30-17:30) Toilets always available.
Closed The north side W.C. is closed from Dec.-March.
Admission fee  
Tel 0243-24-2148

Shiki No Sato Strawberry Garden

Everyone is eager to pick from the 33,000 healthy strawberry plants in a 1000 square meter area. They are grown in specially prepared soil on raised benches 70cm, 90cm, and 120cm high to make picking easy on the back, and separated by wide aisles that make them wheelchair accessible.

Location Fukushima City, Arai Aza=mizubayashi 21-2
Hours 10:00-16:00 Last admittance at 15:30
Admission fee Jan. 14- April 10:
Elementary school age and over: 1,500 yen
Children up to elementary school: 1000 yen
April 11-May 10:
Elementary school and over: 1,200 yen
Children up to elementary school: 800 yen
May 11-May 31:
Elementary and over: 1000 yen
Up to elementary school: 600 yen YOUJI
Tel 024-593-5715
HP http://www.ichigoen.jp/

Mount Shinobu

Mt. Shinobu has become a symbol of Fukushima city. Actually made of several smaller mountains, it rises like an island in the midst of city buildings. The three major mountains are Kumano, Haguro and Hayama. Three shrines on the mountain, Haguro, Gassan, and Yudono bear witness to pious practices of ancient ages. We call it "Oyama". The mountain is an ideal spot for a lovely cherry blossom festival, with trees illuminated for night viewing. Many visitors also enjoy a panoramic view of the city and surrounding mountains from an observation deck, and at any time of year people come to enjoy hiking and relaxation.

Location Fukushima City
Admission fee Free Admission
Tel There are tourist information offices at both Fukushima Station exits.
East Exit- 024-522-3265
West Exit- 024-531-6428
HP http://www.adpro-group.co.jp/shinobuyama/


When we visit Nakano Fudoson we are seeing one of Japan’s three famous Fudosons. Fudo are the great fearful-looking mountain gods who created a sacred fire, which continues to burn to this day in a votive light in an inner sanctuary of the cave. The three Fudo Myo’s names are Yakuyoke, Ganshhu and Mikazuki, and the spirit of the three fudo assists in granting any serious wish.

Location Fukushima City, Iizaka Machi, Nakano Aza, Sekizaka 28
Hours 8:30-17:00
Admission fee Admission is free and it is open daily.
Tel 024-542-2100
HP http://www.nakanosan.org/index2.html

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