Route guide

    Recommended route from Sendai to Aizu

    It is the route from Sendai Airport, which is the largest gateway to the Tohoku area where international flights depart, and from Sendai Station, where Shinkansen departs, to Inawashiro and Urabandai.
    National Michinoku Park where you can experience the nature and culture of Tohoku. A scenic panoramic sightseeing road that has been selected as one of Japan's Top 100 Roads. Bandai Azuma Skyline. Nakatsugawa Valley, a famous spot for autumn leaves. Bandai Azuma Lake Line where you can see the Ura Bandai lakes and marshes.
    You can enjoy the view of nature.
    (A) Sendai Airport
    21.3 km, 35 min

      Sendai Airport

      In addition to major airports in Japan, scheduled flights start from Bangkok, Taiwan, Beijing, Shanghai, Dalian, and Seoul, and serve as a gateway from overseas to the Tohoku region.

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      (B) Sendai Station
      25.1 km, 37 min

        Sendai Station


        1 hour and 35 minutes from Tokyo Station by Tohoku Shinkansen. 17 minutes by rapid train from Sendai Airport.
        There are a number of rental car stores in front of the station, providing access to the Tohoku region.

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        (C) Michinoku Park
        102 km, 1 h 38 min[zh]102 公里, 1 時間 38 分[/l]

          Michinoku Park

          Michinoku Park is the only state-owned park in the Tohoku region that is made up of four zones with rich stories and themes based on the basics of recreation, taking advantage of rich nature.
          In the center of the culture and water zone (south district), Aya no Hiroba boasts 100,000 flowers, and in the flower garden, poppies and cosmos shine o...

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          (D) Bandai Azuma Skyline / Jododaira
          34.8 km, 45 min

            Bandai Azuma Skyline / Jododaira

            A mountain sightseeing road that connects Yu Onsen and Tsuyutoen with a total length of about 29 km and a maximum altitude of 1,622 m. You can enjoy a panoramic view of the cityscape of Fukushima that runs like sewing the Azuma mountain range. It has been selected as one of the 100 best roads in Japan, and offers a variety of magnificent and var...

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            (E) Bandai-Azuma Lake Line
            8.82 km, 12 min

              Bandai Azuma Lake Line

              This is a popular driving route that allows you to see the three lakes of Lake Akimoto, Lake Onogawa, and Lake Urahara behind Mt. Bandai. Nakatsugawa Valley, which has a rest house at the midpoint, is also a popular autumnal spot, and you can enjoy the autumn leaves while taking a break.

              Traffic period: From early April to mid November * ...

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              (F) Urabandai
              24.5 km, 32 min

                Urabandai

                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,...

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                (G) Inawashiro

                  Inawashiro

                  Mt. Bandai is one of Japan's top 100 mountains, and in the south is Lake Inawashiro, Japan's fourth largest area and high transparency. Mountain climbing, skiing, snowboarding, lake bathing, water sports, fishing, hot springs, etc. Enjoy Aizu!

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