Packages in Tomioka
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Tomioka Vacation Packages
Tomioka Vacation Packages
It is located 130 miles from Tokyo, the nation's capital city.
Let the sun's rays light up your face and the waves wash over your feet. We recommend Usuiso Beach, 25 miles to the south, or Toyoma Beach, 25 miles to the south.
Take some time to discover the splendor of this region's natural spaces. A couple of close by locations are Abukumado Cave (14 miles away) and Abukumado Limestone Cave (17 miles away).
Skiers and snowboarders will be pleased to hear that there are some ski resorts in this part of the country, such as Sumikawa Snow Park and Shichikasyuku Ski Area.
For something different, go and see Jofukuji Temple and Yakuoji Temple. They're to be found in Eda, roughly 15 miles out of Tomioka. Another idea is to spend a day in Haramachi-shi. It's about 19 miles out of Tomioka, and is where you can check out Minamisoma City Museum and Yonomori Park.
Don't forget to head to Iwaki. It's about 20 miles to the south of Tomioka and it contains some fantastic attractions, including Sensho Temple, Iwaki City Flower Centre and Iwaki City Art Museum. Iwaki Coal and Fossil Museum and Shiramizu Amida Temple are two more choices that await you here.
Sampling some popular cuisine is a great way to to acquaint yourself with a region's heart and soul.
Immerse yourself in the colorful culinary landscape and try some beef and noodles. These two ingredients are among the most popular in the region.
Any foodie worth their salt should be sure they taste tempura (deep fried seafood or vegetables) and jappa-jiru (fish gut and vegetable soup) before surfing the menu for any other local dishes.
Arouse your sweet tooth with some anpan (sweet roll), a delectable dessert.
Unwind with a pint of Asahi Premium Beer Jukusen, a much-loved beer.
If you don't feel like alcohol, why not have a genmaicha (green tea with brown rice)?
If you'd like to drink like a local, try out a glass of junmaishu, a fiery liquor.
Break down cultural walls by making use of a handful of useful phrases in Japanese during your visit. Hisashiburi is how you say long time no see in Japanese. There's also O-namae wa nan desu ka, which means what's your name.
Experience the spirit of national pride on the 23rd of December for Birthday of Emperor Akihito.
It's a sad fact of life, but all vacations must eventually come to an end. As the sun sets on your Tomioka adventure, say "Sayōnara", spend the last of your yen, and reflect upon all the awesome adventures you've had.
Fukushima Airport is the handiest airport at about 30 miles to the west, so be sure to leave yourself enough time.