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Tsuruga Castle aka Aizu-Wakamatsu Castle is one of the most popular sights in Fukushima. It withstood attacks during the Boshin civil war and houses a museum informing about the history of the city. All descriptions are available in English as well, so no need to worry. The observation deck provides a breathtaking view of the region, even until Iimoriyama, the hill where young soldiers took their lives out of honour to their lord. The museum shop sells souvenirs typical to the region, such as akabeko, a toy in form of a red cow.
Find your favourite type of sake (Japanese rice wine) at the Suehiro sake brewery’s tasting corner.