Centered on the recreational pond Happoike, the park is filled with a sense of the seasons throughout the year, from cherry blossoms in the spring to irises, fresh greenery, autumn leaves, snowy scenery, and winter birds flying in. The ramen burgers and ramen pizzas of Furusato-tei have become a national hit, and the beautiful hot spring of Kuranoyu a popular spot where many tourists stop by.
|Address||5598-1, Sanchobu, Torimiyama, Matsuyama-machi, Kitakata, Fukushima 966-0901|
|Opening Hours||Tourist Information Center 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Furusatotei (Shop 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.)|
Single-Day Trip Hot Spring Resort Kuranoyu (9:00 a.m. -9:00 p.m. Final reception 8:00 p.m.)
Dining Furusato Tei
|Opening Hours||10:00 a.m. -6:00 p.m.（LO5:45 p.m.）|
|Menu||Kitakata Ramen Burger||¥ 450|
|Aizu DE Jaran Set Meal||1,500|
|Soy Sauce Ramen||¥680|
Places Around to Visit
Renovated in 2019, the Soba Museum is a museum where you can learn about the history of Yamato, the Iide faith, and other topics, including the Yamato soba, whose name has become famous throughout Japan. You can also try your hand at making soba. At the Soba Denshokan next door, you can taste freshly ground, prepared, and boiled Yamato soba made from locally harvested buckwheat by a master soba chef.
In Kitakata City, where more than 4,100 warehouses still exist, there is a spirit that a man is not a full-fledged man if he does not build one of the warehouses by the age of 40, and they competed with each other to build a luxurious warehouse. Kura no Sato is a museum that collected various storehouses still in use and revived the cityscape of Kitakata in the past.