Saku Vacation Packages
The national capital Tokyo is located 80 miles (129 kilometers) southeast of Saku, while Yokohama lies 85 miles (137 kilometers) to the southeast.
Nagano is a firm fixture on the tourist trail, which means getting around is simple. Be sure give yourself some time to discover the incredible range of scenic and cultural wonders this region has to offer. While here, consider a trip to the Kumoba Pond and Karuizawa Prince Shopping Plaza in and around Karuizawa, about 10 miles (16 kilometers) to the southwest of Saku.
Nagano, is another interesting place to visit. It is around 30 miles (48 kilometers) from Saku and offers a wide range of visitor attractions, for example Jigokudani Monkey Park, Nagano Prefectural Shinano Art Museum and Hakuba Happoone Ski Area. Nagano has much of interest for visitors keen to hang around a little longer. Nozawa Onsen Snow Resort, Zenkoji and Tsugaike Ski Resort are other attractions not to pass by.
The most rewarding places for tourists to visit when they arrive in a new town are the ones that offer a window into the local culture. Don't miss Nagano 's theaters, history museums and art galleries. Sample a little local culture amid the great outdoors at Nagano 's farms, open-air museums and gardens.
Why not spend some time with passionate locals who are keen to share their knowledge and join a special interest tour? Winery tours, city walking tours and wildlife spotting tours are popular in this region. This region boasts plenty of laid-back pursuits. Why not spend some time shore fishing or wildlife watching and feel your stresses melt away.
When the time comes to leave this special place, say farewell the way they do in Japanese, with a heartfelt "Sayōnara."
Accommodation in Saku
Finding the perfect place to stay is a key ingredient of any trip. Hotel and accommodation options in Saku are sparse, so head over to Expedia's Saku hotels guide right away to book ahead of time.