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Situated in Inawashiro, this bed & breakfast is within 6 mi (10 km) of Goshikinuma Lake, Inawashiro Lake, and Morohashi Museum of Modern Art. Mount Bandai and ...…Situated in Inawashiro, this bed & breakfast is within 6 mi (10 km) of Goshikinuma Lake, Inawashiro Lake, and Morohashi Museum of Modern Art. Mount Bandai and ...WWW…
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Frequently asked questions
Searching for B&Bs in Fukushima?
If you want to find an accommodation with fewer rooms than a hotel and a cozy environment, a bed and breakfast may be the perfect thing for your vacation to Fukushima. You’ll find 319 lodging options and 2 B&Bs for your trip to Fukushima. If museums are at the top of your list when you venture out to explore Fukushima, Koriyama City Museum of Art and Oyama Chusaku Museum are worth a stop.
Why choose a B&B versus a traditional hotel?
With attentive service, an atmosphere suited to mingling with other guests, and of course a full breakfast to start the day, B&Bs provide a unique environment.
What is there to do in Fukushima?
If you’re looking to find something to do during your travels, you might consider checking out Spa Resort Hawaiians and Licca-chan Castle. You might put Mount Bandai and Alts Bandai Ski Resort on your list if you want to see more of the area.
How can I get around Fukushima?
Fly into Fukushima (FKS), which is located 11 mi (17.7 km) away. Head to Sugita Station to catch metro. If you want to see more of the area, ride aboard a train from Koriyama Station, Bandai-Atami Station, or Nihonmatsu Station.