I put this travel guide together after a road trip I took with my husband. Therefore this guide is perfect for tourists or residents of Tokyo and nearby prefectures looking for a fun weekend away from major cities.
This Central Gunma Travel Guide is for the casual traveler of any age and anyone who wants to experience new things.
¥4,000 – ¥5,000 per person
This roadside attraction brought me back to the road trips I took with my family as a child. The Tsukiyono Vidro Parks is a glass-themed amusement park consisting of a glassblowing factory, tourist workshop area, museum, shop, restaurant, and café. You need to book the glassblowing experience ahead of time; however, the painting, candle-making, and sandblasting workshops accept walk-in groups. Why not visit here and get creative?
Walking into this museum is like entering a different universe. Marketed as a Showa Era (1926 – 1989) museum, you can easily get lost in the twisting corridors jam-packed with toys, teddy bears, arcade games, posters, and after that, classic cars. Anime fans will also be excited to see an exhibit of the tofu shop from Initial D! And don’t miss the life-size tanks facing each other in the garden.