Packages in Nakanojo
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Nakanojo Vacation Packages
Nakanojo Vacation Packages
The population of this appealing Kanto destination is nearly 18,000.
Nakanojo is located approximately 6 miles northeast of Higashiagatsuma and 80 miles northwest of Tokyo, the national capital.
Spend a couple of hours exploring the remarkable collection of plant species displayed at some of the gardens around town. Kusatsu Nettaiken and Oiwa Flower Garden are great spots where you and your family can enjoy a few hours brimming with nature, birds singing and relaxation. Minobara Flower Garden is an additional option for those left wanting more.
On a fine day, pack a picnic and visit one or two of the charming parklands here. Kusatsu Hot Springs and Sainokawara Park are ideal selections for locals and visitors. Other places to explore are Nozoriko Lake Dam or Shima no Oketsu.
Enjoy time out in nature in Nakanojo by driving out to its various lakes. Two of the family favorite lakes here are Yugama Lake and Nakanojo Dam. Lake Mononogu and Agatsuma Canyon are some of the other excellent lakes to explore.
Yubatake and Mt Shirane are two protected reserves where outdoor types often come on a fine day. Come to these great places and discover amazing wilderness, or simply enjoy a picnic lunch in the beautiful surrounds.
This destination is a treasure trove of great stories and quirky facts, and you'll find plenty to explore when you step through the doors of its exhibition spaces. Admire the architecture as you check out the unique collections at Akaiwa Community Center and Tsukiyono Vidro Park. Equally rewarding are Okura Shukokan Museum of Fine Arts and Nakajo Museum of Folk History.
You can never truly know a place until you know its past. Luckily, Nakanojo has carefully preserved many of its most important historic places. Spend an afternoon at Tomizawa Family Residence, Iwabitsu Castle and Nagurumi Castle, which are among the most photographed historic attractions in the region.
The Kosenji Temple is an old site that has a rich history.
There's no excuse not to work on your game when staying in Nakanojo, home to a number of the finest fairways and friendliest clubhouses in the region. A good option is to arrange to play a round at Kusatsakogen Golf Course or the Taiheiyo Club Karuizawa Resort.
Are you interested in some skiing? You could take your family on a trip to one of the nearby ski centers. Take the time to visit Karuizawa Snow Park or Kusatsu International Ski Place. For those with enough time, there is more to experience and see at Ski Resort Minakami Norn and O-Ana Ski Resort.
Accommodation in Nakanojo
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Excellent examples of slightly more upscale short or long stay accommodation options in or near Nakanojo are the Matsunoi, 551 Yubara Minakamimachi, and the Shima Onsen Kashiwaya Ryokan, 3829 Shima. The Kusatsu Now Resort Hotel, at Kusatsu Shirone 750, and the Takaragawa Onsen Osenkaku, at 1899 Fujiwara are two more competitively priced options that are worth checking out if you're traveling on a tight budget.