Packages in Fujioka
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Fujioka Vacation Packages
Fujioka Vacation Packages
From Fujioka, Tokyo is about 55 miles to the southeast, and Yokohama is approximately 60 miles southeast.
The area which surrounds this destination boasts pleasing natural areas. A short 30 miles away from Fujioka you will find Mount Asama, while Chichibu Tamakai National Park is situated an easy 25 miles away.
See the emotion during game day at Kumagaya Sports Culture Park in Gunma, east of Fujioka. Whether you're a fan or not, you'll feel the emotion of the team when you see a live game.
Put on some warm socks and head to the slopes of the ski fields near Fujioka. Bring the whole family to Mt. Naeba Ski Resort or Nozawa Onsen Snow Resort for the opportunity to engage in a bit of friendly competition.
To see another part of this area, you may want to head to Kamikawa and experience Jomine Park and Daikofushoji Temple. For those who want to see even more of this area, Honjo shouldn't be missed. Here you can check out Honjo Furusato Flower Park and Kanasana Shrine. This destination lies around 8 miles away.
Nagatoro is 8 miles to the southeast of Fujioka. This regional center is where you'll find Hodosan Small Animal Park, Chichibu Nagatoro Hodosan Shrine and Saitama Museum of Natural History. Should you have the time, also visit Nagatorotamayodo Prefectural Natural Park and Hodosan Pulm Garden.
Trying out traditional cuisine is often about more than just nutrition. It can also offer a look into a region's heart and soul.
Vacationers will note beef and noodles, which are characteristic ingredients in this destination.
Make sure you try some local fare, like tempura (deep fried seafood or vegetables) and sushi (raw seafood on vinegar rice).
Those who can still find room for a little more might like to try anpan (sweet roll), a satisfying way to tie together one's dining experience.
The bars in this region often have Asahi Premium Beer Jukusen, so make sure you try one if you take pleasure in drinking beer.
Genmaicha (green tea with brown rice), a popular alcohol-free drink, can be enjoyed at any time of the day.
Want to try something traditional at a local bar? Start with junmaishu, a well-known spirit.
When the time comes to pack up and say "Sayōnara," you'll take with you plenty of memories of your time here.
Sadly, vacations can't go on forever, so when the time comes to go home, make your way toward the nearest airport. It's 65 miles to the southeast of Fujioka.
Accommodation in Fujioka
At this point in time, Fujioka doesn't offer a whole lot of hotels and and apartments registered on our Fujioka lodging deals page, so it's a wise idea to book ahead if you have somewhere specific in mind.