Lake Inawashiro's Splash Ice
- In the winter season, through the forest on the south side of Inawashiroko Tenjin Beach, heading towards the mouth of the Nagase River, you can see the "Splash Ice", a natural artistic formation. It is said that this very rare phenomenon comes from the lake water being frozen by the strong westerly wind onto the trees. It is even more impressive than "rimed trees". You'll never tire of its beauty. In addition, you can see various ice shapes such as drift ice and "God Crossing" ice cracks on the lake side and beaches.
Nakakomatsu, Kohirokata (Tenjin Beach), Inowashiroko City, Fukushima Prefecture
- Tsuruga castle, thought to be impregnable, held up for an entire month against a furious assault from the new government forces during the Boshin War. It was demolished in 1874, leaving only its stone wall. Its construction was begun by Noritoshi Yoshinori (1384) and it became a famous castle after its reconstruction. It was in September 1965, Tsuruga castle was reconstructed through donations provided by many people. In 2011, it became the only castle in Japan with tiles from the Edo period (red tiles). In April, 2015, in celebration of the 50th anniversary of its reconstruction, its exhibition rooms were entirely remodeled.
1-1 Otemachi, Aizuwakamatsu, Fukushima Prefecture
Daiichi Tadami Bridge View Spot
- A very popular view spot where you get to see the Toda line crossing the flow of Tadami River and the iron bridge floating in the river fog.
Mishima, Onuma District, Fukushima Prefecture.