city in Fukushima Prefecture, Japan

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 inEdit

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 aroundEdit


"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.    
  • 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)    







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