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Taira 3-20-1, Iwaki City, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan 970-8026
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The Shioyazaki Lighthouse,a famous symbol of Iwaki City, stands tall on
a cliff top overlooking the Pacific Ocean.The beacon stands 80m above sea
level and its beam reaches a distance of 40km out to sea. This lighthouse
has guided ships to safety since 1890. In front of the lighthouse are two
stones, one of which appears to be playing the same song over and over
again. This stone is a memorial to the undisputed queen of Japanese pop
Hibari Misora. The Shioyazaki Lighthouse was featured in one of her famous songs.
Jul to Aug:9am〜5pm(Entry until 4:30pm)
Sep to Jun: 9am 〜4pm(Entry until 3:30pm)
Closed in bad weather.
How to get there:
By Bus: Get on any bus from bus stop 2 in
front of Iwaki Station and get off at Toudai
lriguchi.lt is then about a 15 minute walk.
Located on the easten side of Onahama Bay lies a headland that rises 46m above sea
level and is home to Misaki Park. The parks main features are the Shiomidai Lookout and
the Marine Tower which features an observation deck approximately 60m high，
providing a bird｀s-eye view of the surrounding coastline.
Marine Tower: 9am 〜5pm(extended until
7pm Jul 20 〜Aug 31).Closed every third
Tuesday of the month (if this day falls on a
National holiday the tower is open and the
following day is closed)and New Years Day.
University＆High School Students: ￥210
Primary School Students: ￥160
How to get thele:
By Car: 20 minutes from the lwaki-Yumoto lnterchange.
By Bus: From lzumi Station take a Onahama-yuki bus and get off at Onagawabashi.lt is
then a 20 minute walk.
Aquamarine Fukushima Aquarium
This aquarium focuses on the ocean off the coast of Fukushima,specifically the meeting of
the warm Black Current from the south and the cold Kurile Current from the north. 0ther
highlights include the touching pool，a walk through glass tunnel as well as tropical
botanical gardens and marine mammals.
Mar21〜Nov 30: 9am 〜5:30pm
Dec 1〜Mar20: 9am〜5pm
Closed every Tuesday (if Tuesday falls on a National holiday the aquarium is open and
the following Wednesday is closed).Closed for 3〜4 days during mid-January
Discounts available for groups of 20 or more.
How to get there:
By Bus: From lwaki Station， get on the Onahama-yuki bus from bus stop 6 and
get off at Onahama Eki. The aquarium is about a 15 minute walk from here.
By Car: 25 minutes by car from the lwaki-Yumoto lnterchange.
Shiramizu Amidado Temple
Shiramizu Amidado is the oldest building in existence in the Iwaki region and was
Designated a national treasure in 1952. It was built on the orders of Tokuhime the widow of
Norimichi Iｗaki,a feudal lord of the lwaki area in 1160 at the end of the Heian Period.
Surrounding.the temple is a beautiful Japanese garden where visitors can rela〉ぐand
enjoy the peaceful temple grounds.
Closed every fourth Wednesday， Aug 12〜16, the second Wednesday ＆ Thursday of Dec，
Dec 25〜31 and in bad weather.
How tog get there:
By Bus: Take the Kawadaira-yuki bus from Uchigo Station (10 minutes)or altematively
froｍ bus stop 5 in front of lwaki Station and get off as Amidado.)｡lt is then a 5 minute walk.
Spa Resort Hawaiians
This amusement complex is a huge indoor and outdoor hot spring resort featuring a large
waterpark,waterslides and the world's largest outdoor hot spring. There are also hula and
Polynesian dance performances as well as souvenir and specialty shops.
Adults:￥2940 Children (>12):￥1890
Discounts available for groups of 25 or more.
9am〜10:30pm weekends and National holidays
How to get there:
By Bus: 1 5 minutes from Yumoto Station.
By Car: 3 minutes from the lwaki-Yumoto Interchange.
J-VILLAGE is based on the concept of “sport for pleasure” and the true meaning of the word “sport”.
All levels from national team players to school children, and people who enjoy sport all over the world
will gather to enjoy playing and making friends, on and off the pitches at J-VILLAGE.
J-VILLAGE will be a “village”where everybody can experience the joy of sport and share it with others.