Aizuwakamatsu Vacation Packages
Tokyo, the national capital, is located 130 miles (209 kilometers) south of Aizuwakamatsu.
To discover why so many tourists go for Fukushima as a place to vacation, make sure you see a bit more of the wider region. Koriyama, 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the west, and Sukagawa, 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the northwest of Aizuwakamatsu are good spots to check out if you have the time.
Nasu is around 35 miles (56 kilometers) from Aizuwakamatsu. This regional center offers a some great tourist attractions, including Nasu Highland Park, Nasu Folk Museum and Nasu Stained Glass Museum. Nasu History Museum, Stone Plaza and Nasu Safari Park are more points of interest here that should be high on every traveler's itinerary.
Before you embark on your jouney, do what the smart travelers do and take the time to learn a variety of key words in Japanese. "Isshoni odorimasenka?" is the Japanese way to say "Would you like to dance with me?" And, for "Where's the toilet?", you can say "Benjo wa doko desu ka?" Don't be shy, just give it a try!
When it is time to leave Aizuwakamatsu, say farewell the way Japanese's do, with a heartfelt "Sayōnara."
Accommodation in Aizuwakamatsu
Before making the trip to Aizuwakamatsu, get a reservation for one of the 6 Aizuwakamatsu accommodations that can be found on Expedia's hotel booking pages.
Be sure to check out the Onyado Toho, located at 706 Innai, Ishiyama, and Nakamachi Fuji Grand Hotel, at 1-12 Nakamachi. In a similar premium price bracket, there's also the Ookawaso and the Ekimae Fuji Grand Hotel. The Ookawaso is housed at 984, Shimodaira, Ashinomaki, Ootomachi, while the Ekimae Fuji Grand Hotel can be found at 5-25 Ekimae-machi.