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Mt. Tanigawa-dake Ropeway

  • Mt. Tanigawa-dake Ropeway
  • Mt. Tanigawa-dake Ropeway
  • Mt. Tanigawa-dake Ropeway
  • Mt. Tanigawa-dake Ropeway
  • Mt. Tanigawa-dake Ropeway
  • Mt. Tanigawa-dake Ropeway
  • Mt. Tanigawa-dake Ropeway
  • Mt. Tanigawa-dake Ropeway
  • Mt. Tanigawa-dake Ropeway
  • Mt. Tanigawa-dake Ropeway
  • Mt. Tanigawa-dake Ropeway
  • Mt. Tanigawa-dake Ropeway
  • Mt. Tanigawa-dake Ropeway
  • Mt. Tanigawa-dake Ropeway
  • Mt. Tanigawa-dake Ropeway
  • Mt. Tanigawa-dake Ropeway

Mt. Tanigawa-dake Ropeway

Mt. Tanigawa-dake is a rocky mountain, the highest peak in the Mikuni Mountain Range that soars high above the border between Gunma and Niigata Prefectures at an elevation of 1,977m. As it is located in an area famous for its heavy snowfall, snow remains a long time before melting, creating abundant mountain streams. Because of the harsh climate, the tree line is at an elevation in the vicinity of 1,500m, and alpine plants can be observed at relatively low elevations, making this one of the best attractions of the area.

Also, "Ichinokura-sawa" is a ravine carved into the north side of Mt. Tanigawa-dake, and is one of the few rock cliffs in Japan, ranking among the country's top three rock walls.

Stretching out in front of the eyes at an overwhelming scale, the rock face is an absolute must-see! The road leading up to "Ichinokura-sawa" is surrounded by Japanese beech trees and is easy to walk. Here you can enjoy "forest bathing" and trekking. Those who dislike walking or who have young children can go to Tenjindaira Station using the "Mt. Tanigawa-dake Ropeway." From there, Tenjintoge Station is only moments away by the ropeway! The view from there is absolutely breathtaking!

  • Fees: Adults 2,060 yen Children 1,030 yen

Oze Tours

  • Oze Tours
  • Oze Tours
  • Oze Tours
  • Oze Tours
  • Oze Tours
  • Oze Tours
  • Oze Tours
  • Oze Tours
  • Oze Tours
  • Oze Tours
  • Oze Tours
  • Oze Tours
  • Oze Tours
  • Oze Tours
  • Oze Tours
  • Oze Tours

Oze Tours

Oze was designated a national park in 2007. The entire hotel staff highly recommends that all guests go hiking to Oze to view the plant life in the giant marshes and the majestic mountains including blooming skunk cabbages as heard in Japanese children's nursery rhymes, nikkokisuge which covers marshy grassland with a yellow tinge and colored leaves in autumn. A non-stop bus leaves the hotel, making it very easy to go to and from Oze.

After you have gone sightseeing at Oze and eaten a boxed meal there, you can relax at the hot spring and eat with great delight the local cooking.

Make it a point to visit Oze where you can stroll leisurely through the area as a couple, spend a great time with your friends admiring the flowers, or go hiking as you like at your own pace.

  • Season: Late May - late Oct.
  • Fee: 4,104 yen.

Takaragawa Onsen (Hot Springs)

  • Takaragawa Onsen
  • Takaragawa Onsen
  • Takaragawa Onsen
  • Takaragawa Onsen
  • Takaragawa Onsen
  • Takaragawa Onsen
  • Takaragawa Onsen
  • Takaragawa Onsen

Takaragawa Onsen (Hot Springs)

You will definitely want to visit Takaragawa Onsen, which appears in popular movies about hot springs and features one of the largest baths in Japan. In your tour of the hot springs, be sure to include the "Bihada-no-Yu" bath, reputed to promote beautiful skin.

Takaragawa Onsen in Gunma Prefecture boasts some of the largest baths in the country.

Spend a splendid time leisurely bathing in an area enveloped in the beautiful Okutone natural environment, which presents a variety of appearances depending on the season, and the murmuring of the Takaragawa River.

Admission tickets are on sale which include a round trip on the hotel's shuttle bus.

Again, don't forget to visit the "Bihada-no-Yu" bath, the pride and joy of the hotel, for something distinctly different.

  • Fees: Adults 1,500 yen Elementary school students 1,000 yen

Fruit Picking

  • Fruit Picking
  • Fruit Picking
  • Harada Noen Plantation
  • Harada Noen Plantation
  • Harada Noen Plantation
  • Fruit Picking
  • Fruit Picking
  • Harada Noen Plantation
  • Harada Noen Plantation
  • Harada Noen Plantation

Fruit Picking

You can enjoy “Picking”, “Eating”, “Playing”, and “Making” all year round, 365 days throughout the year.
Fruits that are available for picking differs by seasons. Also, there may be changes in the price as well, so please check the website for the pricing information.
The fruits available for picking at “Mogi tore”: cherries, blueberries, peaches, plums, grapes, and apples.

Fruit Picking

You can enjoy “Picking”, “Eating”, “Playing”, and “Making” all year round, 365 days throughout the year.
Fruits that are available for picking differs by seasons. Also, there may be changes in the price as well, so please check the website for the pricing information.
The fruits available for picking at “Mogi tore”: cherries, blueberries, peaches, plums, grapes, and apples.

Harada Noen Plantation

This is another fruit edutainment farm where you can experience not only picking fruit, but also eating fruit and making fruit dishes. Its main attraction is that you can pick fruit almost all year round. It is recommended you try making parfaits with the fruit grown there.

  • Season: Early Dec. - early June (strawberries), early June - mid July (cherries), late June - early Aug. (blueberries), mid July - early Sept. (peaches), early Sept. - mid Oct. (grapes), late Aug. - early Dec. (apples)

Harada Noen Plantation

This is another fruit edutainment farm where you can experience not only picking fruit, but also eating fruit and making fruit dishes. Its main attraction is that you can pick fruit almost all year round. It is recommended you try making parfaits with the fruit grown there.

  • Season: Early Dec. - early June (strawberries), early June - mid July (cherries), late June - early Aug. (blueberries), mid July - early Sept. (peaches), early Sept. - mid Oct. (grapes), late Aug. - early Dec. (apples)

Harada Noen Plantation

This is another fruit edutainment farm where you can experience not only picking fruit, but also eating fruit and making fruit dishes. Its main attraction is that you can pick fruit almost all year round. It is recommended you try making parfaits with the fruit grown there.

  • Season: Early Dec. - early June (strawberries), early June - mid July (cherries), late June - early Aug. (blueberries), mid July - early Sept. (peaches), early Sept. - mid Oct. (grapes), late Aug. - early Dec. (apples)

Autumn Leaves

  • Terihakyo Valley
  • Terihakyo Valley
  • Terihakyo Valley
  • Terihakyo Valley
  • Suwakyo Gorge
  • Suwakyo Gorge
  • Suwakyo Gorge
  • Suwakyo Gorge
  • Terihakyo Valley
  • Terihakyo Valley
  • Terihakyo Valley
  • Terihakyo Valley
  • Suwakyo Gorge
  • Suwakyo Gorge
  • Suwakyo Gorge
  • Suwakyo Gorge

Terihakyo Valley

This is a valley known as the "Oirase of Kanto" for its 11 small cascades and clear streams. Each of the 11 waterfalls in the area has different appearances. Every year in early October when the leaves change to autumn colors, you can enjoy 11 spectacular scenes of waterfalls interwoven with autumn leaves.

Terihakyo Valley

This is a valley known as the "Oirase of Kanto" for its 11 small cascades and clear streams. Each of the 11 waterfalls in the area has different appearances. Every year in early October when the leaves change to autumn colors, you can enjoy 11 spectacular scenes of waterfalls interwoven with autumn leaves.

Terihakyo Valley

This is a valley known as the "Oirase of Kanto" for its 11 small cascades and clear streams. Each of the 11 waterfalls in the area has different appearances. Every year in early October when the leaves change to autumn colors, you can enjoy 11 spectacular scenes of waterfalls interwoven with autumn leaves.

Terihakyo Valley

This is a valley known as the "Oirase of Kanto" for its 11 small cascades and clear streams. Each of the 11 waterfalls in the area has different appearances. Every year in early October when the leaves change to autumn colors, you can enjoy 11 spectacular scenes of waterfalls interwoven with autumn leaves.

Suwakyo Gorge

Suwakyo Gorge is on the Tonegawa River and presents a series of oddly-shaped rocks and boulders. Every year around early November it is covered in autumn leaves. You can enjoy strolling leisurely through the area, viewing the autumn leaves lining the sides of the mountains streams on the Tonegawa River.

Suwakyo Gorge

Suwakyo Gorge is on the Tonegawa River and presents a series of oddly-shaped rocks and boulders. Every year around early November it is covered in autumn leaves. You can enjoy strolling leisurely through the area, viewing the autumn leaves lining the sides of the mountains streams on the Tonegawa River.

Suwakyo Gorge

Suwakyo Gorge is on the Tonegawa River and presents a series of oddly-shaped rocks and boulders. Every year around early November it is covered in autumn leaves. You can enjoy strolling leisurely through the area, viewing the autumn leaves lining the sides of the mountains streams on the Tonegawa River.

Suwakyo Gorge

Suwakyo Gorge is on the Tonegawa River and presents a series of oddly-shaped rocks and boulders. Every year around early November it is covered in autumn leaves. You can enjoy strolling leisurely through the area, viewing the autumn leaves lining the sides of the mountains streams on the Tonegawa River.

Takumi-no-Sato

  • Takumi-no-Sato
  • Takumi-no-Sato
  • Takumi-no-Sato
  • Takumi-no-Sato
  • Takumi-no-Sato
  • Takumi-no-Sato

Takumi-no-Sato

Appearing in the Michelin Green Guide, this is a village covering 330ha that retains the good old countryside scenery. Experience woodworking, crafting items from bamboo, and making Japanese washi paper with your own hands, as well as making food such as soba noodles and konnyaku devil's tongue jelly. There are about 20 different items you can enjoy making.

Fukiware Falls

  • Fukiware Falls
  • Fukiware Falls
  • Fukiware Falls
  • Fukiware Falls
  • Fukiware Falls
  • Fukiware Falls
  • Fukiware Falls
  • Fukiware Falls
  • Fukiware Falls
  • Fukiware Falls
  • Fukiware Falls
  • Fukiware Falls
  • Fukiware Falls
  • Fukiware Falls
  • Fukiware Falls
  • Fukiware Falls

Fukiware Falls

At a height of 7m and a width of 30m, this is a natural monument known as the "Niagara of the East." You can enjoy getting close up to it from a promenade along the river where the water cascades dynamically.