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Japanese Maples at Hanitsu Shrine

A shrine dedicated to Hoshina Masayuki, the founder of the Aizu clan, and also known as the graveyard of the Matsudaira clan, the lord of the Aizu clan. The deciduous leaves of a dozen maples that fall like a red carpet is a masterpiece. The best time to see the autumn leaves is from late October to mid-November. It is also popular as a shooting spot such as the autumn leaves over the Taiko Bridge and the stairs that are dyed red with fallen leaves, and during the autumn leaves season, it is lit up at night.

Viewpoint information

Street address3 Mine Mountain, Inawashiro Town, Yama District, Fukushima Prefecture
pointIn front of the shrine or in the precincts
accessCar: 10 minutes from Inawashiro Bandai Kogen IC on the Ban-etsu Expressway Bus: Get off at Bandai Toto Bus "Kukenchokado" Walk: 19 minutes from "Kukenchokado" bus stop
SeasonBest time to see: Late October to mid-November (autumn leaves)


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