Packages in Nakanojo
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Nakanojo Vacation Packages
Nakanojo Vacation Packages
The population of this fun Kanto destination is approximately 18,000.
Tokyo, the national capital, is situated 80 miles southeast of Nakanojo, while Shima is 6 miles to the northwest.
Shrubs and vines, impressive large trees, and long winding garden paths are just some things you and your family will experience at Nakanojo's popular botanic gardens. Two of the most frequented gardens include Kusatsu Nettaiken and Oiwa Flower Garden. Minobara Flower Garden is also an option for those in the area.
When it's time for a break, visit one of the scenic parks here. Kusatsu Hot Springs and Sainokawara Park are two popular options. Nozoriko Lake Dam and Shima no Oketsu are also worthwhile.
Enjoy the waterfront in this region by driving out to its most scenic natural lakes. Yugama Lake and Nakanojo Dam are considered two of the best options. A couple of other picturesque choices around are Lake Mononogu and Agatsuma Canyon.
Yubatake and Mt Shirane are two protected reserves where people like to come to relax. Both parks are great places to experience the wonders of nature, or just sit and enjoy a picnic lunch in the pristine grounds.
This destination is a gold mine of educational facts and stories, and there's plenty to explore when you step through the doors of its many educational exhibition spaces. Meander through the hallways as you check out the collections at Akaiwa Community Center and Tsukiyono Vidro Park. Another two worth considering are Okura Shukokan Museum of Fine Arts and Nakajo Museum of Folk History.
Learn about Nakanojo's fascinating history by exploring some of its historic attractions. Spend some time exploring Tomizawa Family Residence, Iwabitsu Castle and Nagurumi Castle, which are among the most important historic places in the region.
Tourists and locals alike make their way to the Kosenji Temple to revel in the cultural symbolism of this well-preserved building.
One of the nicest ways to enjoy a sunny day in Nakanojo is to hit the fairways at the area's finest golfing venues. Take a break from sightseeing and relax on the greens of Kusatsakogen Golf Course or the Taiheiyo Club Karuizawa Resort.
Are you interested in some snowsports? You could head to one of the nearby ski resorts. Karuizawa Snow Park and Kusatsu International Ski Place are good resorts to visit in this area. If you and your family are interested in having even more fun, you ought to consider making your way to Ski Resort Minakami Norn or 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.