Sadly I don't have many pictures from the camp itself, but on the way home we made a pitstop at Tsuruga Castle, a famous tourist spot in Fukushima. Even though it was only a replica of the original castle, it was still pretty impressive! The walls were so white they were almost glistening. I also had an awesome musk melon soft serve there, which was the perfect thing to combat the stifling heat.
And that was my little stint in Fukushima! Before you freak out, the place we visited was far away from the actual city, which was affected by the nuclear accident in 2011. There's a lot of contention over whether it's safe now or not, but it's worth noting that Fukushima the prefecture is a place where people still live and go about their lives normally. Even if it was only for a couple of days, I'm really glad I had the chance to go and see it for myself. Until next time!