Tokyo, Japanese's capital, is situated roughly 150 miles (241 kilometers) to the south of Fukushima.
Savvy travelers often use Fukushima as a springboard for further adventures. This popular region has been endowed with an abundance of terrific attractions. If you're keen to explore more of the region, you'll find Abuta, 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the north, and Yonezawa 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the southeast.
Sendai is around 40 miles (64 kilometers) from Fukushima. This center offers a diverse range of points of interest, like Sendai City Museum, Museum of the Forest of Depths of the Earth and Sendai Mediatheque. Yagiyama Zoo, Tohoku University and Miyagi Stadium are good places to visit.
One of the best parts of exploring this amazing planet of ours is learning languages other than your own, so why not pick up some Japanese during your vacation. "Isshoni odorimasenka?" means "Would you like to dance with me?" And also "Benjo wa doko desu ka?", which means "Where's the toilet?"
Birthday of Emperor Akihito is held on the 23rd of December, so be sure to set aside your sightseeing and join in the fun and festivities with proud locals.
When the time comes to leave Fukushima, you'll be sure to bid this place a fond "Sayōnara" Rest assured, however, you'll be heading home with once-in-a-lifetime memories that you'll cherish for a lifetime.