Umigatari Joetsu Aquarium was rebuilt in 2018. It is one of the few places in Japan where you can see beluga whales and magellanic penguins.
Early spring snowshoeing in Sasagamine. Explore the forests with a guide.
The skunk cabbages at Imori Pond bloom each spring. These beautiful flowers plants grow in the shallow water areas around the pond.
Kimi no I is a great place to visit for lovers of Japanese sake and for those who enjoy traditional Japanese culture.
Ryotei Ukiyo is a traditional high-class Japanese restaurant that represents the region’s food culture.
Kanzuri is a special seasoning paste made from fermented red peppers. Visit the factory and learn about this famous local spice.
Naena Waterfall is an impressive 55m waterfall framed by steep basalt walls on each side with thundering water crashing on to the large boulders below.
Sasagamine is located deep in the Myoko mountain range and is a part of Myoko Togakushi Renzan National Park.
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.
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