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The Sougensai Festival is a famous local event held each year in mid-May at Imori Pond.
Daidohara flower fields come into bloom at the beginning of May each year. The fields are canola (rapeseed) flowers.
The Apa Resort Apallusion is an impressive outdoor illumination display. The display changes each year so there is always something new for a returning visitor to see.
Kanzuri is a special seasoning paste made from fermented red peppers. Visit the factory and learn about this famous local spice.
Kimi no I is a great place to visit for lovers of Japanese sake and for those who enjoy traditional Japanese culture.
Imori pond is one of the most scenic spots in Myoko Kogen. It is famous for the mirror-like water that perfectly reflects Mt Myoko.
Takada park is one the most famous places in Japan to experience the blossoms at night.
All the hot spring (onsen) baths in Myoko and the prices to enter them.
Retrace the footsteps of Shugendo pilgrims with this tour of Sekiyama Shrine and the gardens.
Explore the natural beauty of the areas around Lake Nojiri on an e-bike with a knowledgable local guide.
Learn the history of Kanzuri, a famous traditional fermented seasoning made in Myoko. Tasting included in the tour.
A kayaking adventure on Lake Nojiri with local guiding legend Yoshi.
Take a tour of this famous sake brewery and learn about its history & method of production. You will also get to taste some of the famous sake.
Meet locals, and experience the traditional cuisine of the area. Various tastings and hands on experiences.
Hike in the Lake Nojiri area with local guide legend Yoshi. Learn about the nature and history of the area.
Experience and join in a local performance that has been passed down by generations for over 800 years.