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Nasu Highlands

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Yumoto, Nasu-machi, Nasu-gun 325-0301 Tochigi Prefecture
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NASU SATOYAMA Farm Ride
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NASU SATOYAMA Farm Ride

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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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Katie M wrote a review Apr 2016
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If you drive up past the tram entrance, there is a big parking lot and a wonderful 2km hike up the mountain. You get WAY better 360 degrees views than you would with the tram. I highly recommend. In early spring, there was still some snow on the trail so I wish I had hiking boots rather than sneakers.
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Date of experience: April 2016
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Neelam M wrote a review Feb 2015
Pune, India117 contributions30 helpful votes
We had been here off season and hence cd enjoy many rides...roller coasters are just never ending. We had fun got a cartoon drawing for me and y husband.
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Date of experience: September 2014
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Maya M wrote a review Oct 2014
Ota, Japan31 contributions18 helpful votes
If you like roller coasters,this is for you,there are a few othe types of rides here but the focus is definately on roller coasters.The area is very nice but full on tourist place with many restaurants,etc.I took teen agers there and they had a great time.
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Date of experience: November 2013
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Ratchawut C wrote a review Oct 2014
Shibuya, Japan4 contributions4 helpful votes
This is NOT your first destination in Japan. It's no Fuji or Asakusa. If you are looking for uber-Japanese-looking, tourist trap style place, you will be sorely disappointed. I'm already here for 3years+ and I'm done with famous tourist trap, my next stop is a beautiful secret spot like this. What do you do here? You ride the ropeway up, hike to the top of the peak, smell phosphorous, hope it doesn't erupt, and take kickass photos. This place easily tops Japanese's most beautiful autumn spot, in many polls. I didn't made that up. This is probably the most redeeming thing about the peak. Surrounding area is full of farms, family adventure theme-park, and so on. Who would I recommend this to? Japanese who like hiking.
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Date of experience: October 2014
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