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Beyond Tokyo
Itinerary ideas for your trip
in Fukushima
Hope Tourism in Fukushima

An in-depth study tour of Fukushima Prefecture - the only place in the world to have experienced an earthquake, tsunami, nuclear disaster, and the consequent reputational damage all at once. Learn about the reconstruction efforts to date, and the challenges that are yet to come (interpreting guide needed).

This itinerary is designed for groups traveling via charter bus. Those not traveling as part of a group should rent a car or use public transportation to follow this suggested itinerary.

To prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), various facilities in Fukushima may change their operating days or hours. Also, some events may be canceled or postponed. Please check the official websites for the latest information as well as their safety and hygiene measures.

Course Highlights

Suggested Itinerary

DAY 19:00 a.m. – 5:05 p.m.

1Koriyama Station

  • busbus 30 min

290 min
Commutan FukushimaA

Learn basic information about the disaster through exhibitions and videos.

  • technical
  • busbus 20 min

390 min
Garden Restaurant Sarara

Enjoy a buffet spread made from local produce.

  • lunch
  • walking
  • shoping
  • busbus 90 min

4120 min
Aquamarine Fukushima (Fukushima Ocean Science Museum)

Badly damaged in 2011 by the tsunami, this aquarium is now a symbol of recovery.

  • technical
  • walking
  • shoping
  • busbus 30 min

5120 min
Spa Resort Hawaiians

The hula show, popular now as ever, was able to bring joy to people after the disaster.

  • activity
  • shoping
  • busbus 15 min

DAY 28:30 a.m. – 4:20 p.m.

Iwaki Yumoto Onsen

  • busbus 60 min

190 min
TEPCO Decommissioning Archive CenterB

Get an overview of the nuclear disaster and the decommissioning efforts that have followed.

  • technical

2
Route 6

Pass streets frozen in time, where barricades still block entrance to homes and shops.

  • technical
  • bus 30 min

340 min
Futaba Business Incubation and Community Center
Restaurant・Food court

  • lunch
  • walkwalk 3 min

560 min
Ukedo District

Area heavily damaged by both the tsunami and nuclear disaster.

  • sightseeing
  • walking

Ukedo elementary school
Ohirayama cemetery

Ukedo elementary school damaged by the tsunami・The children evacuated to the mountain and all were safe

  • technical
  • busbus 10 min

640 min
Michinoeki-Namie

Michinoeki Namie, which opened in August 2020, is a place where you can shop, eat, and take a break.

  • walking
  • busbus 30 min

7Minamisoma City

DAY 39:50 a.m. – 3:05 p.m.

Minamisoma City

  • busbus 10 min

1120 min
Asubito Fukushima (General Incorporated Association)C

Organization fostering talented individuals to lead the way for future Fukushima reconstruction.

  • technical
  • busbus 50 min

275 min
Michi-no-Eki Madei-kan (Roadside Rest Area)D

Roadside Rest Area opened as a base for regional revitalization.

  • technical
  • shoping
  • bus 60 min

3Fukushima Station

Itinerary ideas for your trip in Fukushima

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