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The national capital, Tokyo, is located 80 miles southeast of Karuizawa, while Annaka is 8 miles to the east.

Bring the entire family to Lake Shirakaba Family Land, the perfect place to share some quality time with the children.

For a real taste of this region, make your way to Manns Wine Komoro Winery. Tour the wine presses and barrel rooms and sample the various blends and vintages. If you find something you particularly love, pick up a few bottles to enjoy at home.

From professional botanists to the most occasional of gardeners, everyone is sure to be impressed by the floral specimens on display at Komoro Community Garden. Karuizawa Lake Garden and Karuizawamachi Botanical Garden are also worth checking out.

For fresh air and relaxation, grab something for lunch and find a shady corner at one of the pleasant urban parks, such as Mount Asama or Kumoba Pond. Kaikoen Garden and Shiraito Falls are two more pleasant spots to while away a lazy day with a good book.

Skim some stones across the placid water, listen to the birdsong and have a bite to eat at Megami Lake.

Take a deep breath and marvel at nature's splendor at Mt. Asama and Kamisuwa Onsen. You can also take a break at Tateshina Gosensui Shizenen.

The area's exhibition spaces are brimming with intriguing facts and stories. World Silhouette Museum and Honmachi Machiyakan offer a range of collections that are sure to capture your attention. Karuizawa Picture Book Museum and Hiroshi Senju Museum are also worth considering.

Expand your knowledge of art, and perhaps even get something to take back home at one of the numerous gallery and exhibition spaces. Stop by Saku Museum of Modern Art and Koyama Keizo Art Museum to see the best of what this creative destination has to offer. Musee le Vent and Karuizawa Flower Museum are also worth a look if you can fit them in.

How can you ever get a handle on the ever-changing future if you don't understand the past? Head down to Karuizawa Museum of History and Folklore!

To find out more about the area's colorful past, make sure you visit its many historic monuments and buildings. Start your history tour at Ruins of Komoro Castle and Karuizawa Station Building Memorial. When it comes to bygone times, the stories are countless. Karuizawa Ohga Hall and Toson Memorial Hall are two more great places to check out.

The spiritual side of the region is evidenced at Nozawa Narita-san Yakushiji Temple and Kogaku-ji Temple. If you'd be interested to check out some more religious sites, keep an eye out for tours at Karuizawa Stone Church and Karuizawa Church.

Capture a few snapshots and talk to your fellow travelers at Usui Pass and Usui Pass Observation Platform, two highly frequented landmarks.

Find out about the stories and events of the residents who helped to make Karuizawa the place it is today at some of its memorial sites, such as St. Paul's Catholic Church Karuizawa and Karuizawa Shaw Memorial Church. Sentoji Temple and Hanazurainari Shrine are also well worth taking a look at.

If you like to grab a bargain, browse a few of the bustling retail hubs. Among the best places are Karuizawa Prince Shopping Plaza, Karuizawa Prince Shopping Outlet and Kyukaruizawa Ginza.

With Karuizawa 72 North Golf Course and Magoe Golf Course close at hand, there's no excuse to neglect your favorite sport while you're away from home. If you can't stay out of the rough there, it could be a wise idea to try Karuizawa 72 South Golf Course or Karuizawa Asama Golf Course.

While some places go into hibernation mode when the mercury drops, Karuizawa comes to life. Its variety of mountain resorts, such as Shirakaba 2in1 Ski Area and Karuizawa Prince Hotel Ski Resort, make it the ideal winter getaway for people of all ages. With exciting runs and well-maintained facilities, Saku Ski Garden Parada and Shirakaba Highland Internationale Ski Area are also hits with snowboarders and skiers.

Karuizawa's major attractions inevitably overshadow its less visited, but equally enticing sights, such as Karuizawa Town Library.

Make a reservation for one of the 17 Karuizawa hotels available through Expedia's extensive lodging page before you set out on your adventure.

Excellent examples of high-end short or long stay accommodation options in Karuizawa are the Karuizawa Prince Hotel West, Karuizawa, Karuizawa-machi, and The Prince Karuizawa, Karuizawa, Karuizawa-machi. Alternatively, The Pension and Log Cottage Hoshinoko, at 2350-8 Nagakura, and the Shiozawa Sanso - Hostel, at 530 Nagakura, are some accommodations that might be preferable if you are a bit more budget conscious.

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