Kinugawa Onsen and Kawaji Onsen are popular onsen (hot spring) areas 2hours from Tokyo. Why not relax in a hot spring at one of the many Ryokans with hot springs?
Maebashi City is 70 min from Tokyo. It's an exciting art and nature city, including nearby Mt. Akagi, Lake Onuma, and more. It's also a good base to use to travel around the region.
Nakagawa Town is a cozy riverside town 2.5hours north of Tokyo with a ukiyo-e museum, pottery culture (Koisago-yaki), an onsen, and Iizuka-tei hotel. It's a great place to experience the Japanese countryside.
Minakami Town is known for stunning landscapes, thrilling activities, crafts, and hot springs. Join the fun only one hour from Tokyo.
Hitachinaka City is a seaside city in Ibaraki prefecture famous for Nemophila flowers and Kochia at the Hitachi Seaside Park as well as their fish market and delicious seafood.
Find out about the biannual edo-style float festival in Tochigi city (Tochigi City / 栃木市)
Take the Watarase Valley railway train to see the beautiful autumn leaves (Kiryu city, Midori city & Nikko city / 桐生市, みどり市,日光市)
One of the largest 'Craft & Pottery Fair' in nearby Tokyo (Mashiko Town / 益子町)
Visit the Kawagoe Festival and travel back to the Edo period Japan. Registered by UNESCO. (川越市 Kawagoe City)
Step back into Edo period history at Tochigi Utamaro Festival and learn about the famous Ukiyo-e artist, Kitagawa Utamaro. (Tochigi City / 栃木市)
Enjoy walking through firey red Kochia (summer cypress) plants. (Hitachinaka City / ひたちなか市)
Visit Oku-Nikko and Senjogahara marshland to see an astonishing view of the autumn colors surrounding the lakes, mountains, and waterfalls. (Nikko city / 日光市)