Fukushima – Tea and the Gang



For today’s #teawithaview we head to Fukushima, Japan. Where shiki33yu takes us around this beautiful place.

Fukushima is my hometown, and it is a place which was greatly affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake of 2011.

However, seven years later, the reconstruction progressed, and the first sunrise in 2018 showed such a wonderful view. (Sea photo)
I was moved by seeing this morning sun and felt that I could live my best.

Also Fukushima has various fun with the four seasons.
It will not get bored throughout the year, with cherry blossoms in spring, sea in summer, autumn leaves in fall, snow scenery in winter.
If you have the opportunity to visit Fukushima from abroad, please enjoy the four seasons.

What is your favourite place to enjoy a cup of tea? #teawithaview

There are some stylish cafés in Fukushima, where tea to drink is exceptional.

Suspension Bridge (autumn)/"Tounohetsuri" Aizu.

Old-fashioned house (autumn)/"Ouchijuku" Aizu.

Sea and dry flowers (summer)/Iwaki.

Two surfers and sunrises/Iwaki.

Swans and snow (winter)/Inawashiro.

One surfers and sunrises/Iwaki.

Cherry blossoms (spring)/Koriyama.

Feature Image Caption: Three surfers and sunrises/Iwaki.

All content and photos are copyrighted and credited to shiki33yu