Who wants to see illuminations in the caves? ??♂️??♀️
Formed over 80 million years by underground streams and covered with stalactites and stalagmites are the Abukuma-do Caves (阿武隈洞). Located in Tamura-shi, Fukushima Prefecture, this 3 km limestone cave network was discovered in 1969, and subsequently 600 m of it has been opened to the public. The Abukuma-do caves are said to hold the biggest variety and number of stalactites in Asia. Each area of the cave network has a different name depending on the shape of the rock formations it contains. Many individual rocks also have their own name.
The temperature inside the cave stays consistently around 15 degrees Celsius, meaning that the caves stay cool during the summer, and mild in winter – a welcome change either season! There is also currently an illumination event being held inside the caves until February 28. So don’t miss out this opportunity guys!
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