Urabandai is an area surrounded by beautiful nature that extends northeast of Aizuwakamatsu and the northern foot of Mt. Bandai. Bandai was destroyed by a steam explosion in 1888, and avalanches dammed the river, and hundreds of lakes were formed at this time. There are several dozen lakes that are sandwiched between Lake Sugawara, Lake Akimoto, and Lake Onogawa.
Goshikinuma received a 1-star Michelin Green Guide rating in 2016. In 2007, it was selected as one of the top 100 geological sites in Japan, and in 2011, it was certified as a Japan Geopark. In this area, you can enjoy many outdoor activities surrounded by these beautiful lakes and nature, and you can enjoy winter sports such as skiing because it is a heavy snowfall area that represents Japan in winter.

Title Urabandai

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