Nagano is a popular tourism area visited by many people yearly. The snowfall and cuisine are popular, but Nagano also has plenty of hot springs. Here are 8 recommended onsen areas in the prefecture! Please go to one that you think fits your needs.
Among all the ninja villages in Japan, one of the most hidden is Togakushi, in Nagano. It takes about 3 hours to get there by shinkansen and train from Tokyo. There are many interesting areas that have nothing to do with ninjas as well.
Obuse is a town about an hour and a half by shinkansen from Tokyo. it’s near Jigokudani Monkey Park, and is a beautiful little town where the famous ukiyo-e artist Hokusai spent his final years. Here are 13 spots to check out on your trip to Obuse.
The monkeys that soak in hot springs during winter, which are more commonly known as Snow Monkeys are becoming a topic of conversation around the world. The one place to get to know these monkeys would be the Jigokudani Monkey Park in Nagano.
While Japan’s most famous sightseeing spots are Tokyo and Kyoto, that’s not all.
Japan is a long, narrow country that is broken down into 47 areas. Each area is full of interesting sightseeing areas.
Learn about the prefectures! This time, let’s focus on Nagano.
Nozawa Onsen is the one of the most superb ski resort areas in Japan. It is also famous for hot springs. So you can enjoy both skiing and traditional Japanese experiences. Here are 10 things you should try while you’re there.
All Japanese prefecture name is based on Kanji(Chinese letter). Knowing the translated meaning of Kanji, you may learn more about Japan landscape atmosphere!
*All photographs are taken at each prefecture in real.