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181 Yumoto, Nasu-machi, Nasu-gun 325-0301 Tochigi Prefecture
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While it is a countryside surrounded by rocky hills, the area was once once 180km away from Tokyo, you will find a farming village with over 1,000 years of history at the edge of Japan's largest alluvial fan at the base of the Nasu mountain range. In this tour, you will enjoy a slow, relaxing ride through this beautiful village area. Follow our guide who knows the area outside You will be a part of the unspoiled scenery of Japan featuring a neighbourhood of the old, traditional farmhouses. What you see along the way will become more more interesting if you listen to the other local history. The highlight of the tour is a vegetable harvesting experience by a farmer, followed by a full-course lunch featuring fresh vegetables from the farm. You can take home the vegetables you harvested as a souvenir.
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I'd been wanting to go here for a while as a day trip but heard it was too difficult. It's not. Just take the Shinkasen or the Shinjuku Liner and your up there in no time. So I decided to spend the night in this area...not my best choice. If your in this area Shika no Yu is
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merit:effectiveness,elegant view ,smells good,quaint house. demerit:be crowded,nagging,so hot. "sika no yu "is most old house and by old custom.
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Went there to see the Sesshou seki, but this is the best Onsen I've ever been (and I was in Arima and Kusatsu but Shika no Yu is better) The water smells of sulfur and the place is a bit old, but my skin has never been better!
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Shikanoyu is a 1300 year old onsen, according to a local I spoke to. It's actually a Onsen Ryokan, which means you can stay there as well as visit the onsen itself. Personally, I just went for the onsen. I'm a woman, so I can only tell you about the female side of it. I
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