Every time I visit Ouchi-juku, I notice new, amazing things about it. I thought I’d document a few of them in this post. I love taking photographs at Ouchi-juku, so I’d like to let my photos do the talking for the most part!
Sado Yamadaya – one of many lovely cafés in the area
An inquisitive cat exploring Abe-ke, a shop and very special accommodation facility
A fan who comes time and time again to Ouchi-juku to paint
Life-time Ouchi-juku fan who has been visiting for over 50 years
Amazing sweet treat, made from ice cream, red bean, and soft soba, at Ishihara-ya
Ouchi-juku by night
Ougiya, one of the last remaining minshuku (family homes open to guests) in Ouchi-juku
See more posts about Ouchi-juku here
Information from Fukushima Prefecture Tourism Association here
See here for information on visiting Ouchi-juku by car or public transport.
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