Nagano

Whether you're visiting for a day or a week, Nagano is one of those places that you'll remember long after you head home.

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This Nagano location has some 360,000 people.

This destination is about 110 miles northwest of Tokyo, the national capital. It's also approximately 7 miles east of Takafu.

Jigokudani Monkey Park and Chibikko Ninja Village are nice places to have some quality time with your kids. Want more? Togakushi Farm and Kids Ninja Village will ensure that the good times keep rolling.

If you love animal watching, you'll be in your element at Chausuyama Zoo and Suzaka City Zoo. Try to arrange some hand-on activities at Shiroyama Zoo for a fully comprehensive zoological adventure.

Whether you're an expert or just enjoy the occasional vino, you should consider a trip to St. Cousair Winery and Sake Storehouse and Museum. Learn about the local winemaking traditions, sample the latest blends, and, for the perfect souvenir, buy a bottle of your favorite for the road.

Strange and unusual vines and creepers, sheltering trees and long, winding footpaths await you at Taikan Bonsai Museum and Togakushi Forest Botanical Garden. Budding horticulturalists should also check out the displays at Floral Garden Obuse and Nanohana Park.

Bring along some lunch and enjoy the leafy, green surroundings of Joshinetsu Kogen National Park and Chubu-Sangaku National Park. There's also plenty of room to lie around on the grass at Lake Hokuryuko and Mount Yokote.

With a heap of visitor information on hand, Happo Information Center is a great place to discover what's happening in Nagano.

You might need to bring an umbrella and a raincoat if you don't want to get soaked at Naenataki Falls. The swirling pools of Kaminari-daki Waterfall and Yonako Great Falls are also popular among travelers.

Interested in birds? Pull out your binoculars and see which feathery friends are hanging out at Kagami-ike Pond and Daizahoshi Pond. If that fails, perhaps you'll have more luck at Lake Kagami-ike or Kamaike Pond.

Leave your phone in the car and give yourself a break from the modern world at Tsugaike Natural Park and Okususobana Natural Garden. Garyu Park and Kijimadairayamabikonooka Park are also popular with nature-loving travelers.

Spend a day or two exploring some of the favored cultural spaces nearby. Nagano Prefectural Shinano Art Museum and Hokusai Museum offer a range of displays and collections that are sure to capture your attention. Another two to consider are Matsushiro Underground Imperial Headquarters and Zozan Memorial Museum.

Take the little ones to study the many scientific artifacts at Yamazaki Farm, the most visited science museum around.

The cabinets of Lake Nojiri Naumann Elephant Museum and Nagano City Museum are overflowing with extraordinary specimens.

A haven for art connoisseurs, this area is home to a range of spaces in which local and international artists can exhibit their work. Revel in the hip atmosphere at Kitano Museum of Art and Hakuba Art Museum. If you can fit them in, Mizuno Museum and Suzaka Hanga Museum are also well worth a look.

History buffs will love passing the day at Sanada Treasure Museum, learning about tomorrow by analyzing the forgotten past. If you like that, you should also take a look at the interesting items and objects on display at Sanada Treasure Museum and Kozan Takai Memorial Museum.

Nio-mon Gate and Sanmon Gate are certainly worth paying a visit to, even if you're not a passionate history buff. More tales from a bygone era are waiting for you at Former Matsushiro Literary and Military School and Matsushiro Castle.

Learn about the region's spiritual side and enjoy some quiet contemplation at Zenko-ji Temple and Togakushi Shrine. You could also have a walk around Zozan Shrine and Chokoku-ji Temple.

After checking out all of the major points of interest around Nagano, make time to see a few of its less well-known sights. Some worthwhile places to start with are Happo-one Adam Gondola and Machi Tosho Terrasow. Also, contemplate a visit to Joyama Park and Kurino Komichi if you've got the time.

Accommodation in Nagano

The Expedia hotels in Nagano page displays 91 upscale and budget hotel and apartment options, so you shouldn't have any problems finding a great place in this highly popular destination.

Those with a taste for the finer things in life can choose from the Nozawa Grand Hotel, at 8888 Nozawaonsen-mura, Shimotakai-gun, and the Gakuto Villas, at 4720-1,4721,4722 Hokujyo. If those don't appeal, be sure to check out the Jinpyokaku, at Kanbayashi Onsen, and the Shiga Park Hotel, at Takaamagahara-Onsen, two more budget-friendly options.


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