Fukushima is called to be the primal scenery of Japan on display throughout the four seasons within a year. Offering over 130 steaming hot springs, such as Iizaka-Onsen, Iwaki Yumoto-onsen, and Higashiyama-onsen, Fukushima Prefecture is located in the southern part of the Tohoku region about 200 kilometers from Tokyo and is the third largest prefecture in Japan. Fukushima’s features lie at the traditional Japanese culture which still exists there, and at the industrial prefecture with the total value of goods shipped being the highest in the Hokkaido and Tohoku regions.
Fukushima was one of the prefectures which were damaged severely by the Great East Earthquake in Japan 2011 besides Miyagi and Iwate. The earthquake and tsunami triggered the worst nuclear accident since Chernobyl. The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station located on the Pacific Ocean coast received huge damage by the earthquake and tsunami. The piping facility in the building, the facilities for the external power supply and backup power were destroyed. Like a phoenix rising from ash and dust, Fukuoka present-day has its own unbelievable energy to regain its prominence after the tragic natural disasters. Let’s check for the best 30 things to do and places to visit in Fukushima