Bandai-Asahi

Bandai-Asahi

 

national park in Japan, on the northern part of the island of Honshu. There are four separate sections in adjacent regions of the prefectures of Yamagata, Fukushima, and Niigata. Area 189,661 hectares. Founded in 1950. The park is located in volcanic mountains that are covered by broad-leaved and coniferous forests; on the summits there are meadows and thickets. The Macaca ofuscata, serow, and black bear live in the park. Ten preserves with a total area of more than 17,000 hectares have been created on the territory of Bandai-Ashai.

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The Grandeco resort is part of the Bandai-Asahi National Park and includes Mt.
Bandai in the Bandai-Asahi National Park in Fukushima Prefecture Japan and plans to commence drilling survey at a promising area confirmed from the surface survey.
Lake Inawashiro, our mother lake and the source for the Asaka Canal, is a freshwater lake located within the Bandai-Asahi National Park, adjoining the town of Inawashiro and the cities of Koriyama and Aizuwakamatsu (Photo 3).
have started talks with the Fukushima prefectural government and other relevant local parties to secure consent for a project to build a geothermal power plant at the Bandai-Asahi National Park with the aim of commencing electricity generation in 10 years, sources familiar with their talks said.
That and the onsen bath at a resort in Bandai-Asahi, high in the mountains and boiling like an egg in a saucepan, watching the sunset through the pines.