Namie

"Yōkoso" to Namie, which is in Tohoku and is popular for captivating surroundings, such as forests and lakes.

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Namie is situated about 140 miles northeast of Tokyo, the nation's capital city.

If you and your family head 9 miles out of Namie, you'll stumble across Minamisoma. Some time here will allow you to experience Yonomori Park and Minamisoma City Museum. If you'd like to explore more of this part of the country, go to Soma and visit Nakamura Shrine and Fukushima Matsukawaura Nature Park, about 18 miles away from Namie.

When it's time to explore beyond Namie, check out a regional hub. Koriyama is merely 30 miles away and serves up a variety of attractions, like Alts Bandai Ski Resort, Sukagawa Peony Garden and Niida Honke Brewery. The Koriyama City Auditorium and Koriyama City Museum of Art are also worthwhile if you're after more things to do.

Get outdoors and make your own adventure. You can go tobogganing or hiking.

If you like exchanging stories with other globetrotters, this region is home to a collection of tours that might be up your alley. Some of the better options are guided nature walks, city walking tours and culinary tours.

Water adventures are a great activity here. When the weather is fine, why not go swimming or boating because this region has some ideal locations for it.

Would you like to try some of the winter activities while you are touring the greater region? Snowboarding and skiing are equally good options.

To truly get to know Tohoku, make some time to visit the restaurants and cafés. Often, these are good places to rub shoulders with locals and taste test common dishes.

Beef and noodles are just two notable ingredients throughout this region.

Be sure to try some local dishes, such as tempura (deep fried seafood or vegetables) and jappa-jiru (fish gut and vegetable soup).

Indulge your senses with anpan (sweet roll) for a culinary experience unique to this area.

The restaurants in this region commonly serve Asahi Premium Beer Jukusen, so make sure you try one if you appreciate a good beer.

If you are on the hunt for a refreshing non-alcoholic beverage, order genmaicha (green tea with brown rice).

Make sure you have a taste of junmaishu, a common local spirit.

When the time comes to leave Namie, put the lens cap back on your camera, spend your remaining yen on last-minute souvenirs, and say "Sayōnara" to this unique vacation spot.

If you intend on arriving and departing by plane, take into account that the handiest airport is 30 miles to the southwest of Namie.

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