Abuta Vacation Packages
Tokyo, the national capital, is located about 130 miles (209 kilometers) to the south of Abuta.
Visitors can use Abuta as a jumping off point for further adventures. This sought-after tourism region has been blessed with a wealth of fascinating sights and attractions. Fukushima, 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the south, and Okuma, 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the west of Abuta are worth a visit too.
Organise your transportation and visit Iwaki, a transport and retail hub for the area, some 35 miles (56 kilometers) from Abuta. The place offers a number of points of interest, for example Sensho Temple, Shiramizu Amida Temple and Aquamarine Fukushima. Misaki Park, Iwaki City Flower Centre and Iwaki City Art Museum are just a sample of the other interesting attractions on offer here.
Places of worship are the best doorways into a community's big beating heart. The shrines around Abuta are no exception. If you have great weather, head outdoors to experience Hokkaido's open-air markets, farms and open-air museums.
Hot air ballooning is the perfect activity for visitors hoping to bring out their the dare-devil within. The area around Abuta offers some great options for travelers who enjoy water. Boating and canoeing are just two of the popular water-based activities here.
At the end of your stay in Abuta, say farewell the way Japanese's do, with a hearty "Sayōnara."
Accommodation in Abuta
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Some of the more upscale Abuta lodgings are the Kira Kira, at 189-16 Aza Yamada, and the Kisetsukan, at 155-149 Aza Yamada. If those don't grab you, why not check out The Windsor Hotel TOYA, at Shimizu, Toyakocho, Abuta-gun, and the Powder Tracks, at 191-55 Aza Yamada, two of the cheaper options in town.