0.2 km ￥￥～￥￥￥ • デザート・菓子
56m￥￥～￥￥￥ • デザート・菓子
0.1 km ￥￥～￥￥￥ • 和食 • アジア料理
34m￥￥～￥￥￥ • 中華料理
0.4 km ￥￥～￥￥￥ • 和食
0.2 km ￥￥～￥￥￥ • 和食 • パブ • 和食（その他）
0.4 km ￥￥～￥￥￥ • バラエティ
85m￥￥～￥￥￥ • 和食
28m￥￥～￥￥￥ • 和食 • 和食（その他）
Tea Room ゆきうさぎ
0.2 km カフェ・喫茶店
29m名所・有名スポット • 温泉・間欠泉
42m旧跡 • 名所・有名スポット
0.1 km 名所・有名スポット
75m名所・有名スポット • 公園
0.2 km 神社/寺院/教会など
0.2 km 記念碑＆像
0.2 km 名所・有名スポット
0.2 km 名所・有名スポット
0.2 km 観光案内所
Hi, 8pins. What would you like to know about this attraction? is one night sufficient to tour the place? is it convenient to go to the nearby mountains by public transport?
Thank you for questions. You can fully enjoy this town in a day:) We are very sorry Kusatsu Sirane mountain and Moto-shirane mountain is not open in thi.s season.(open at April or so) And ”Yugama" also. we hope you will have a good trip.
Hi! I’m planning to go Japan end week of March 2018. Arriving Either from Tokyo / Osaka : We would like to stay on hot spring area then Day trip to the cities. Just wondering if you can advice us how to spend our 6 full days around Kanazawa/Takayama/Nagano + Gunma(if doable): If we are arriving from Osaka: Day 0- Airport to Kanazawa ? Kagaonsen Day 1- Sight See the city then to Shirakawago at night Day 2- Shirakagawago to Takayama ? Gero Onsen or ? Hirayu Onsen Day 3- Takayama - shintoka ropeway Day 4- We want to see the snow monkeys ? Shibu Onsen Day 5- Kusatsu Onsen Day 6- need to be in Tokyo by 19:00 to meet mum and bro just arriving in Japan to join us in the next 2 weeks (Tokyo/Hakone/Kyoto/Hiroshima/Osaka)
I know it is too late to respond to you query. Anyway, If you are interested in visiting hot springs, I strongly recommend you to select certain part of Japan, such as Gumma, Nagano, and try to visit various spas in the area, rather than moving around all over the main island. On paper, you might be able to design an itinerary like yours. However, yours is a little too hectic to visit from hot spring to another to make you feel tired, rather than relaxed. Most of the spas you mentioned are in the mountainous areas, connected only by bus, rather than by commuters trains as found in Tokyo.
How do i get to kusatsu onsen from yugawara? Planning to stay 21-23dec, is it a good time to go? Thanks!
it's about 4 or 5 ours. You can take bus from Shinjuku or Shibuya, or train from Tokyo or Ueno. Yes, you shoud back to Tokyo. December is very cold. Sometimes it is snowing. Have a wonderful tirp! :)
Do I have to make a reservation and pay to come here? And how do I do that? Thank you!
If you want to stay over night, its better to make a hotel reservation. But just for a day trip, the town is open at all time free of charge, as well as parks.
may i know how to go there? im going early march but cant seem to find on google on how to go there from tokyo, its so confusing.. thanks so much for all the answer, appreciate it! :)
There is no direct way to get there if you don't drive. See below extract from Japan Guide website. By train and bus via Naganohara Trains travel as far as Naganohara-Kusatsuguchi Station, from where there are JR buses to Kusatsu Onsen (30 minutes, 690 yen). The train journey is covered by the Japan Rail Pass, JR Tokyo Wide Pass, JR East Nagano Niigata Area Pass, JR East Tohoku Area Pass and JR East South Hokkaido Pass, but the bus ride is covered only by the Japan Rail Pass. There are various ways to get from Tokyo to Naganohara-Kusatsuguchi Station. The most convenient is by direct limited express train from Tokyo's Ueno Station, requiring 2.5 hours and costing about 5000 yen for the one way trip. However, there are only around three round trips per day. Alternatively, you can do the whole trip by local trains, which takes about four hours, requires a transfer of trains at Takasaki and cost 3020 yen one way. Faster and more expensive is taking the shinkansen to Takasaki and transfer there to a local train to Naganohara-Kusatsuguchi Station. By train and bus via Karuizawa Take the Hokuriku Shinkansen from Tokyo to Karuizawa (70 minutes, around 5500 yen) and then a bus (Seibu Kogen Bus or Kusakaru Kotsu) from Karuizawa to Kusatsu Onsen (80-100 minutes, 2200-3880 yen). JR passes are not valid on the buses between Karuizawa and Kusatsu.