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Nihommatsu Destination Guide

Explore Nihommatsu in Japan.

Nihommatsu in the region of Fukushima with it's 36,287 inhabitants is a town in Japan - some 137 mi (or 221 km) North of Edo, the country's capital city.

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Current time in Nihommatsu is now 01:59 AM (Wednesday). The local timezone is named "Asia / Tokyo" with an UTC offset of 9 hours. Depending on the availability of means of transportation, these more prominent locations might be interesting for you: Yokohama, Utsunomiya, Edo, Nagoya, Yamagata-shi or Aomori. Since you are here already, make sure to check out Yuimachi, Tamanoi, Obama, Nihommatsu, Motomiya and Kita-sugita. We encountered some videos in the web. Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation.


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KAMEGAI turning to the left !

02:21 min ( October 09, 2009 by HORADOKKOI)
Views: 955 - Rating: 5/5

Visitors are able to see seven beautiful floats and a large parade. The floats are quite a spectacle when they make their 90-degree turns at corners. Children in traditional attire ride the floats, al...

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02:16 min ( February 09, 2010 by kkCityNihonmatsu)
Views: 3,482 - Rating: 5/5

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01:22 min ( January 28, 2010 by kkCityNihonmatsu)
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WAKAMIYA turning to the left !

02:51 min ( October 09, 2009 by HORADOKKOI)
Views: 1,581 - Rating: 0/5

Visitors are able to see seven beautiful floats and a large parade. The floats are quite a spectacle when they make their 90-degree turns at corners. Children in traditional attire ride the floats, al...


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Interesting facts about this location

Nihonmatsu Castle

Nihonmatsu Castle is a Japanese castle in Nihonmatsu, Fukushima-ken, Japan.

More reading: Wikipedia Article
Located at 37.58, 140.43 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 1 mi away.
Tags:Castles in Fukushima Prefecture

Ōtama, Fukushima

Ōtama, Fukushima is a village located in Adachi District, Fukushima, Japan. As of 2003, the village has an estimated population of 8,429 and a density of 106.08 persons per km². The total area is 79.46 km². It has an enclave in Nihonmatsu, Fukushima. {{#invoke:Coordinates|coord}}{{#coordinates:37.579255|140.352917|type:landmark_region:JP_scale:10000|||||| | |name= }}

More reading: Ōtama, Fukushima homepage
Located at 37.58, 140.43 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 4 mi away.
Tags:Villages in Fukushima Prefecture

Obama Castle (Mutsu)

Obama Castle is a mountain castle in the former Iwashiro, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan. The ruins of the inner tower are now part of a historical park.

More reading: Wikipedia Article
Located at 37.58, 140.43 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 5 mi away.
Tags:Archaeological sites in Japan, Castles in Fukushima Prefecture, Former castles

Motomiya, Fukushima (town)

Motomiya, Fukushima was a town located in the Nakadori, or Abukuma, part of Adachi District, Fukushima, Japan. On January 1, 2007, Motomiya was merged with the village of Shirasawa, also from Adachi District, to form the new city of Motomiya. As of 2003, the town has an estimated population of 21,981 and a density of 555.92 persons per km². The total area is 39.54 km².

More reading: Motomiya, Fukushima (town) homepage
Located at 37.58, 140.43 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 5 mi away.
Tags:Dissolved municipalities of Fukushima Prefecture

Matsukawa derailment

The Matsukawa derailment happened on August 17, 1949 when a passenger train hauled by a JNR Class C51 steam locomotive (C51 133) derailed and overturned between Kanayagawa and Matsukawa stations on the Tōhoku Main Line in Japan, killing three crew members. It was reported that the tracks had been sabotaged, which the government blamed on the Japanese Communist Party and the Japan National Railway Union.

More reading: Wikipedia Article
Located at 37.58, 140.43 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 6 mi away.
Tags:1949 in Japan, Murder in 1949, Rail transport in Fukushima Prefecture, Railway accidents in 1949, Railway accidents in Japan, Terrorist incidents in the 1940s, Terrorist incidents on railway systems, Tōhoku Main Line, Unsolved murders in Japan