Fukushima, the third largest prefecture in Japan, is located at the end of Tohoku region. Fukushima’s internal area Aizu Wakamatsu, which was developed by feudal lords in Edo and Meiji Period, has a great number of historical spots including the Ouchijuku town and Tsuruga Castle. The name of Fukushima has got worldwide famous for the nuclear power plants since the 2011’s disaster.


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