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Aizu Buke Yashiki

Aizu Buke Yashiki (literally, the residence of a samurai of Aizu) is a historical and regional theme park where visitors can learn about the history of Aizu and sample some of the specialty products of Fukushima. The Historical Stroll Zone consists of Japanese traditional architecture, including the residence of Tanomo Saigo, the Aizu Domain's chief retainer, a magistrate's office, a tea ceremony house, a rice mill, a warehouse (resource center), etc. Visitors can also enjoy local specialty food at the Kuyotei restaurant and find specialty products from Aizu and other parts of Fukushima at Sato-Kobo Kokon, as well as enjoying hand-painting traditional toys and practicing Japanese archery. Besides such cultural enjoyments, the natural beauty of the spring cherry blossoms and the autumnal foliage are a major attraction for tourists.

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Aizu Buke Yashiki (literally, the residence of a samurai of Aizu) is a historical and regional theme park where visitors can learn about the history of Aizu and sample some of the specialty products of Fukushima. The Historical Stroll Zone consists of Japanese traditional architecture, including the residence of Tanomo Saigo, the Aizu Domain's chief retainer, a magistrate's office, a tea ceremony house, a rice mill, a warehouse (resource center), etc. Visitors can also enjoy local specialty food at the Kuyotei restaurant and find specialty products from Aizu and other parts of Fukushima at Sato-Kobo Kokon, as well as enjoying hand-painting traditional toys and practicing Japanese archery. Besides such cultural enjoyments, the natural beauty of the spring cherry blossoms and the autumnal foliage are a major attraction for tourists.

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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.

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