The cooler November weather is the best time for autumn leaves, apple picking, and to soak in a relaxing onsen! We have a few more new events coming up in November, check back later in the month or the Fukushima Guide Facebook page for further details.

Autumn Leaves

Late October ~ Mid-November
Early November is the best time to experience the beautiful colors of Fukushima City’s autumn leaves. Check our Autumn Leaves Guide for full details.
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Apple Picking

November is the perfect time for apple picking! Check our Apple Picking Guide for full details.
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Traditional Swordsmithing

November 4
Fukushima City Minka-en
The last chance to see master swordmith Masahira Fujiyasu at Minka-en in 2019. More details: Traditional Swordsmithing.
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Beaujolais Night Fukushima

November 20, 6:00 pm~
Come and join in this annual celebration of wine! The event starts at 6:00 pm at Nakago Twin Plaza just a short walk from Fukushima Station East Exit. The first 100 guests will recieve a sample of the Beaujolais Nouveau when it is released at 12:00 am on November 21.

Fukushima Prefectural Museum of Art

November 23 ~ January 19
Tsunetomo Morita Retrospective Exhibition
Fukushima Prefectural Museum of Art
Tsunetomo Morita (1881-1933) was known for his gentle rural landscapes. He studied at the Fudosha School and the Tokyo Art School. He was influenced by Shigeru Aoki and painted in western influenced styles and techniques. He published an art journal ‘Hosun (Dimensions of the Heart)’, illustrated a collection of haiku poetry ‘Hototogisu (Lesser Cuckoo)’, wrote manga, and was an active member of the literary scene.
He traveled to Europe in 1914 where he was profoundly influenced by Paul Cezanne which had a massive impact on his work. The next year he returned to Japan and traveled around the country, and developed a serene sense of Japanese landscapes.
He spent some time in Yamato (now part of Kitakata) in Fukushima Prefecture and painted scenes of Aizu-Wakamatsu, Kitakata, and the Aga River. This exhibition includes western style and Japanese style paintings, as well as magazines and drawings. Come and enjoy the diverse poetic sentiment of Tsunetomo Morita’s art.
— Admission —
General Admission: 1,000 yen
Student (High School): 600 yen
Student (Junior High & Primary): 400 yen
Pre-School: Free

Additional Recommendations

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