Tokyo, the national capital, is located 90 miles (145 kilometers) south of Nasushiobara, while Chiba is 95 miles (153 kilometers) to the south.
To immerse yourself in culture and history grab a friend and explore the fabulous museums in the Nasushiobara region. Stone Plaza and Nasu Folk Museum are among this destination’s most popular museums. The Nasu Stained Glass Museum and the Nasunogahara Museum are just two more interesting museums.
Take a break from the ordinary for a day and take the kids into a realm of laughter and excitement at Nasu Highland Park and Senbonmatsu Ranch. Pack your video camera and your sense of wonder and prepare for fun-filled hours full of treasured memories.
If you love zoos, try to add Nasu Animal Kingdom to your list of places to visit and see all creatures great and small. As you meander along the trails, be sure to take note of the carefully curated gardens and landscaping which add to the atmosphere of the zoo.
The Nasu History Museum is the perfect place to go to learn about the city’s compelling past. Admire the collection’s interesting exhibits and view the ancient relics throughout this peaceful place.
Before you say goodbye to Nasushiobara, be sure to visit the Onsenjinjya Shrine and the Nogi Jinja Shrine; two of the not-to be missed sights which help make this city such a unique vacation destination.