Oouchi Juku is a small resting place built in the Edo period in Fukushima. From the 17th - 19th centuries, it was the main route between Aizu-Wakamatsu and Nikko. Now, each building is either a restaurant or a gift shop selling traditional items. The main street is about 450 meters long. It is complicated to get there by train, as you first have to go to Kooriyama (郡山) in Shinkansen, then from there by train to Aizu-Wakamatsu (会 津 若 松) and transfer to a line called "Aizu" which is practically obsolete and only offers one train every 3 hours (the same for the return). And from there, you have to walk 6 kilometers or go by taxi. The station where we arrived was called "Kami no Yu Onsen" (汤 野 上 温泉 駅). There is a place to eat traditional food here, Negi-soba, or Ramen with chives.