Viewing Fall Foliage in Fukushima: Ryozen Prefectural Natural Park that Offering Pleasant Experience of Climbing and Wonderful View of Fantastically Shaped Rocks and Hills Blanketed with Fall Foliage!Read Later
Mount Ryo (Ryozen), located in Date, Fukushima Prefecture at an altitude of 825 m, offers beautiful views all the year round. With numerous maple trees and zelkova trees, the mountain is a famous spot for viewing fall foliage in Fukushima. Boasting undulating terrain, it is also reputed to be a “mountain of rocks”, most of which are basalt. The mountain was built with walkways following its being designated as the site for Ryozen Prefectural Natural Park. You can view wonderful peculiarly-shaped rocks and fall leaves, while you are hiking the mountain.
Spa Resort HawaiiansRead Later
This theme park, designed with the Japanese’s beloved image of Hawaii as the land of everlasting summer, contains pools, hot springs, a hotel, and more! It is also famous for its appearance in the Japanese film “Hula Girls.”
As the name “Spa Resort” suggests, hot spring water is used even in the resort’s pools. (The water in the children and infants pool is not hot spring water.)