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The national capital, Tokyo, is located 95 miles south of Nasu, while Kurodahara is 4 miles to the east.

One of the best family attractions in the area is Nasu Highland Park.

Your family doesn't need to have gills and scales to be able to enjoy the deep waters at Kingham 3D Fairytale Aquarium. Wander the aquarium's various zones discovering new species as you go. But remember to take your time, as the slower you go the more species you'll discover!

After you've visited the Nasu Animal Kingdom, make sure you also stop by the Nasu Safari Park, another animal park in the area. Between the two popular zoos, whole families will be entertained for hours by a wide range of animals housed in exhibits along the zoos' pathways.

Learn about flora species at Nasu Flower World. This peaceful place plays an important part in species preservation.

Nasu Heisei-no-mori Forest is a great place to go when you can't wait to spend a bit of time outside. Take in its relaxed vibe and well-manicured landscaping.

Take a look inside a couple of the well-curated cultural spaces here. Enjoy the contemplative atmosphere as you check out the varied collections at the Stone Plaza and the Nasu History Museum. The Nasu Stained Glass Museum and Nasu Folk Museum are a couple more that are worth a visit.

Set aside some time for the Fujishiro Seiji Museum, a noteworthy exhibition space in the local area.

Among the best heritage attractions in Nasu is the Sessho-seki. Educational and fascinating, it is well worth a trip. Consider a guided tour, snap some shots and learn about some of the events that helped shape this region.

Revere in the architecture, grasp an understanding of the culture and explore Onsenjinjya Shrine, a well-preserved spiritual site.

Nasu has some excellent snowboarding and skiing opportunities. Mt. Jeans Ski Resort is very popular among vacationers.

Accommodation in Nasu

You can explore 11 Nasu hotels by checking out Expedia's comprehensive Nasu lodging guide.

Some of the more upscale Nasu lodgings are the Hotel Floracion NASU, at 1796 Oaza-Takakuhei, Nasu-cho, and the Kyukamura Nasu, at Yumoto, Nasu-machi. Should those not fit the bill, make sure you check out the ITTAN Canyoning & Guest House, at 593-251 Takakuotsu Nasu Tochigi, and the Hotel Harvest Nasu, at 1792 Takakuhei, two of the cheaper options in town.

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