This is a video of Abukuma Cave, a mysterious limestone cave in Tamura City, Fukushima Prefecture Japan.
Abukuma Cave is located in the plateau area called Abukuma Kogen, and the inside of the cave is maintained as a general tour route of about 600m and an exploration route of 120m divided from the middle.
The interior of the cave is known as a tourist attraction with a mysterious scenery covered with beautiful stalactites of various sizes, said to have been formed about 80 million years ago.
The temperature inside the cave is maintained at 15 degrees in both summer and winter, making it easy to explore the cave year round.
Location: Tamura City, Fukushima Prefecture Japan
Business schedule: Open all year round
Opening hours: 8: 30-17: 30 (varies by season)
Admission fee: Adults (high school students and older) 1,200 yen Middle-aged (junior high school students) 800 yen Children (elementary school students) 600 yen (all with group discounts)