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Tamura (田村市 Tamura-shi) is a city in the Fukushima Prefecture, in Honshu, Japan. Tamura was founded in 2005 as a result of a merger of several smaller towns and villages. Funehiki, Miyakoji, Ogoe, Takine, and Tokiwa all now exist as Tamura city. Tamura's sister city is Mansfield, OH.

Get in[edit]

The Banetsu East (or Ban-etsu-to , or Ban-to) Line from Koriyama makes stops in Kanameta, Funehiki, Iwaki-tokiwa, Ogoe, Sugaya, and Kammata within Tamura city.

Get around[edit]


"The Silver Frost" in Abukuma-do Cave in Takine Town
  • 1 Abukuma-do Caves (あぶくま洞). A set of interconnected limestone caves. The popular, family-friendly tourist attraction remains relatively unknown to non-Japanese, despite being the largest in the Tohoku region. Abukuma-do (Q4670566) on Wikidata Abukuma-do on Wikipedia
  • 2 Hoshi no Mura Observatory in Takine.
  • Mushi-Mushi Land in Tokiwa. A rhinoceros beetle theme park
  • 3 Takizakura in Miharu. An Ancient Sakura (cherry tree) Miharu Takizakura (Q3132219) on Wikidata Miharu Takizakura on Wikipedia







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