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  • Fukushima
  • Urabandai / 裏磐梯
  • Pension Yukiwariso

    Tohoku

    Yukiwariso, located 900m above the sea level, is part of the Bandai Asahi National park. Mt Bandai erupted for the last time in 1888, what created the famous Goshiki-numa (Five colored ponds) and many other ponds (about 300). They are giving the site its natural beauty and the best outdoor activities opportunities: Winter Urabandai experiences a long winter. It is a good chance to enjoy the various winter attractions such as skiing, snowboarding, etc. Urabandai Ski Resort is one of the famous Japanese ski resort north of Tokyo. Both kids and adults will enjoy a walk with snow-shoes in the mountains looking for foot printings (Rabbit, Japanese serow, raccoon, etc.)! Watching stars in the clear mid winter night sky is another fantastic moment. If you are an early bird in the cold winter morning, diamond dust, brighten ice crystals reflecting the sun shine will be the best presents for you. ...

  • Iizaka
  • Shin Matsuba Ryokan

    Tohoku

    Shin Matsuba Ryokan is a Japanese-style Inn with more than 90 years of history. Located in the heart of Iizuka Onsen site, only 3 minutes walk from the Iizuka Onsen Station, it has a quiet and relaxing atmosphere. Enjoy 100% natural onsen, both indoor and outdoor. There is a private onsen too. The outdoor onsen which was installed in winter 2006 is not to be missed. Enjoying the snow, colored leaves and the water fall from the outdoor onsen is amazing. All of the indoor onsen are relaxing, facing the Surikamigawa River that runs through the heart of onsen area. Shin Matsuba Ryokan offers healthy cuisine such as the special ostrich (meat) course, sweet potato course and cactus course which is also not to be missed. ...