Nasu town is a popular destination in Japan. It is about 2.5-3 hours from Tokyo and includes volcanic mountains, hot springs, numerous outdoor activities, and many small museums.
Visitors come to Nasu to enjoy the Onsen (Hot springs), Nature activities, Flower parks, Autumn leaves, Farms & ranches, Animals, Art Museums, Children activities, and winter sports such as skiing. (See more info below)
Nasu is also one of the main Milk producers in Japan and is know for cheese, pork and local vegetables, so visitors are sure to satisfy their taste buds.
There is also plenty of accommodations from traditional Japanese ryokan to western style hotels catering for all budgets.
From Tokyo Killing stone area (45 min from Nasu-Shiobara Station)
There are a few small art collection museums in Nasu. Fujishiro Seiji Museum is a museum featuring shadow painting (Kagee) artist Fujishiro Seiji. Others museums include Nasu Orgole (Music box) Museum, Nasu Classic Car Museum, Nasu Ashino Stone Museum, and Nasu Trick Art Museum.
Families enjoy visiting Nasu as there are many things for children to do. As well as nature activities and farms to visit, there is also the Nasu Highland Park (amusement park), Nasu Buggy Park, and Kitsunenobori attraction.
Nasu is home to two ski resorts. The Mt Jean ski resort has five courses from beginner to advanced as well as snow snow bike and snowshoe activities. Nasu Onse Family Ski Resort is a small ski resort focused on small children and families so ideal if this is your first time to a ski slope.
Visit Nasu Animal Kingdom to meet diverse animals, enjoy thrilling shows, and see learn about conservation.
Popular areas such as, “Asia Forest” “Wet Land”, “Tropical Forest”, “Animal Stadium”, “Aqua Stage” Stage” and “Sky Stadium” are great for both children and adults.
There are many Japanese restaurants in Nasu town which should be easy to find.
There are many Western-style restaurants in Nasu town which should be easy to find.
It is said that the onsen (hot spring) in Nasu was discovered 1,400 years ago and has since been recorded in many ancient documents.
There are many traditional Japanese style onsen ryokans in Nasu from budget to luxury.
There are also many western style hotels which include family style, stylish and high end.
Find the full list of hotels in Tochigi city available at Booking.com here.
There are many privately owned holiday homes and cabins where guest can rent using sites such as airbnb.
Indulge in luxury and Japanese tradition at a high-end Japanese inn near the Nasu Imperial Villa. Immerse in their healing hot spring with 1,400 years of history. Read more to create cherished memories and experience a heartwarming stay!
If you want to rent a holiday home, check out Nasu Village in the Nasu forest. There are 20 buildings, including small cottages for a few people to larger houses for groups, all with free Wi-Fi. Enjoy various facilities, from sports and barbecues as well as hot pot in the winter.
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