Enjoy your stay in Aizu.
Here is our recommendation for sightseeing.
TSURUGA-CASTLEOne of the most historical places in Aizu. There is a museum inside the castle, you can learn the history of Aizu.
TSURUGA-CASTLERefresh yourself with some sweets. Tempra-manju, sakura (cherry blossom) flavored ice cream and so on!
Mt.IIMORIDuring the Boshin War, young samurai, 16 to 17years old, had taken their own lives for their pride at this place. It was a tragic history.
SAZAE-DOIt's an interesting architectural building which has a double structure of spiral staircases.
KUSHITSURUThere is a Kushiage shop at the entrance of Mt.Iimori. Kushiage is fried food. They cook it when it’s ordered.
◇TSURUGA CASTLE & RINKAKU TEA ROOM
(Aizuwakamatsu Tourism Bureau)
ADDRESS 1-1 Otemachi, Aizuwakamatsu, Fukushima
PHONE +81 242-27-4005
8:30～17:00 (last admission time 16:30)
OPENS 7 days a week
ENTRANCE FEE (Adult)
410 yen (castle only)
200 yen (Tea Room only)
510 yen (joint ticket for castle and Tea Room entrance)
ADDRESS Bentenshita, Yahata, Ikkimachi, Aizuwakamatsu, Fukushima
FEE (for Slope conveyor)
adult 250 yen / child 150 yen
ADDRESS 1404 Bentenshita, Yahata, Ikkimachi, Aizuwakamatsu, Fukushima
PHONE +81 242-22-3163
8:15～sunset (April to December)、
9:00～16:00 (January to March)
Adult 400 yen / Ages 16 to 18 300 yen
Ages 7 to 15 200 yen
PARKING Available (free)
OPENS 7days a week
ADDRESS 16 Bentenshita, Yahata, Ikkimachi, Aizuwakamatsu, Fukushima
PHONE +81 242-32-6094
BUSINESS HOURS 11:00～16:00
◇Aizu bus "Haikara-san" "Akabe"
Visiting Ouchi-juku by train
Ouchi-juku is one of the post station towns on the Shimotsuke route