도호쿠지방의관문으로고대부터발전한현으로신구쿠마노신사의나가도코와오우치주쿠등역사를간직한건축물도많다.반다이산이나오제,이나와시로호등자연의보고로알려져있다.Having developed as a gateway into Tohoku area from ancient times, Fukushima Prefecture has historical buildings such as Shingu-kumano Shrine and Ouchijuku. It is also known for its natural scenic spots such as Mt. Bandaisan, Oze and Lake Inawashiro.
1. 조도다이라 Jododaira Fen
Jododaira is a flat area which is 1,600 meters above sea level and surrounded by mountains of the Azuma Mountain Range 2,000 meters high. It’s in the middle of the Bandai-Azuma Skyline, a tourist road which is closed in the winter, and visitors can easily enjoy the nature of a subalpine.Google Map
2. 나쓰이강계곡 Natsui River Valley
A popular spot in Fukushima where trains are known to run slowly in the autumn leaves season for viewing. Visitors can enjoy the brilliant autumn leaves from their windows through the valley which continues 15 kilometers. A waterfall called Kagobano-taki looks beautiful just like a Japanese painting.Google Map
3. 신구쿠마노신사 Shingu-kumano Shrine
국가중요문화재 "나가토코"는 44개의 굵은 기둥에 벽도 문도 없는 통층 구조의 배전으로 헤이안 시대 말기에 건립된 것. 경내에 있는 800년이나 된 큰 은행나무는 늦가을에 멋지게 노란 물을 들인다.
The Nagatoko, a national cultural property, is a hall of worship built during the end of the Heian era with 44 pillars without any walls or doors. The 800 year-old large ginkgo tree inside the shrine beautifully turns yellow in late autumn.Google Map
4. 고시키누마 Goshiki-numa Swamps
Goshiki-numa is a group of various-sized swamps on the north side of Mt. Bandai, and was named “Goshiki (five colors)” because of its changing colors depending on the time, location and angle. The dynamic variation of colors is like a gigantic natural work of art.Google Map
5. 스카가와타이마쓰아카시 Sukagawa Taimatsu-akashi Fire Festival
Sukagawa Taimatsu-akashi is one of the three main fire festivals in Japan and has a history of 400 years. 150 young men carry a 10 meter long torch, which weighs 3 tons, around town. The sight of the fire burning under the late autumn sky is well worth seeing.Google Map
6. 오우치주쿠 Ouchijuku
30채 이상의 초가지붕을 한 민가가 가도를 따라 늘어서 있어, 에도 시대 숙박촌의 분위기를 현재에 전한다. 단풍이 아름답게 빛나는 초가지붕에 향수를 느끼는 일본인이 많다. 명물 "네기소바"도 먹어보자.
With over thirty houses with thatched roofs along the roadway, Ouchijuku preserves the atmosphere of a post town during the Edo era. Many Japanese people feel nostalgia seeing thatched roofs along with the autumn leaves. The negi-soba, which is a local cuisine, is also delicious.Google Map