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- A lesser-known secret of Fukushima is that it is a Japanese ‘Holy Land’ for extreme sports. This video features some world-class, Fukushima-based extreme-sport legends such as Nobushige Kumakubo.
The 2012 DR champion, Kumakubo owns the Ebisu Circuit, which is considered a drifting ‘mecca’. Another extreme-sport legend, Yoshihide Muroya, who won the Red Bull Air Race World Championship in 2017 as the first ever Asian to enter, also lives and trains in Fukushima.
So, if you enjoy exhilarating sports like drift racing, aerobatics, jet skiing, wakeboarding, and snowmobiling, then Fukushima really is the place for you!
Play EXTREME SPORTS in Fukushima
Surrounded by abundant nature, Fukushima is also famous as a Mecca of exciting extreme sports. In addition to serving as the home base to produce many world-class athletes, Fukushima is also one of the well-kept secrets of hardcore extreme sports fans. Don't miss of the world's great "X-SPORTS" experiences available in Fukushima.
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The third biggest prefecture in Japan situated in the south of the "Tohoku" region in the Northern part of the Japanese main island of Honshu. Around 90 minutes from Tokyo by Shinkansen or 3 hours by car. A modern prefecture that embraces educational school trips which many students want to experience.