Sprawling Aizu-Wakamatsu, a former feudal capital, is a pilgrimage destination for Japanese history buffs. It's looking a little rough around the edges, but plays to its history well. Nanoka-machi-dōri has a number of old-fashioned shops selling local crafts. Aizu is also famous for its sake, and there are a number of breweries around town that do tours and tastings
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