In April the parks across Fukushima City come to life with the colors of spring. From the ‘utopia’ of Hanamiyama Park, the cherry blossoms of Mt. Shinobu under lights, and the numerous flowering tree varieties of Hanamomo no Sato in Iizaka Onsen, there is a wide range of beautiful flowers to see throughout the month. Mix in a choice of art galleries, local cafes, and relaxing onsen, and you will see why April is the ideal month to visit Fukushima City! Check Fukushima Guide on Facebook for further details!
April Public Holidays
Showa Day (April 29)
There are wide selection of parks and destinations around Fukuhsima City to enjoy the colors of spring including Hanamiyama, Mt. Shinobu, Hanamomo no Sato, and more! Check our Cherry Blossom Guide for full details.
Japonism and Art Nouveau
@ Fukushima Prefectural Museum of Art
March 24 ~ May 10
This collection of decorative arts comes from the Budapest Museum of Applied Arts. These masterworks highlight the effect of Japanese art on European artists of the late 19th century.
Entry: Adult 1,300 yen, Student (Tertiary) 1,100 yen, Student (Primary/Secondary) 650 yen.
Miniature Life Exhibition
@ Fukushima Prefectural Culture Center
March 27 ~ May 10 (2020)
Come and visit the miniature world of Tatsuya Tanaka. This internationally recognized artist creates humorous scenes of miniature figurines and everyday objects. His artwork has been featured on books, calendars, and TV. This exhibition features 110 photographs and 40 miniature models! Fukushima Prefectual Culture Center is also known as Toho Minna no Bunka Center. See more of Tatsuya Tanaka’s work on Instagram.
Entry: Adult 1,200 yen, Student (Primary/Secondary) 700 yen.
Fukushima United FC
Updated information about Fukushima United coming soon. Check our homepage or Facebook page for further details.
Monthly Event Guides
Click one of the links below for more monthly events in Fukushima City: