Gunma Prefecture

About Oze - Oshimizu, Lake Ozenuma, Fujimi & Hatomachi Pass, Yamanohana, Ryugu, Yoshippori Tashiro, Miharashi, Shibosawa, Miike and Mt. Aizu-komagatake

In Oze there are a number of famous, scenic spots, such as the Waterfall of Sanjo, Yama-no-Hana, the Hatomachi Pass, the Fujimi Pass, the Oze Marsh, Ozegahara, etc. All those are must-see sights. About 80 per cent of the visitors enter Oze through the two major entrances (Hatomachi-Pass and Numayama-Pass), with over half arriving through Hatomachi-Pass. The main...

Yamanohana Camping Site

Yamanohana Camping Site This small camping site is located 50 minutes before SHIBUTSU Mauntain Villa (Shibutsu Sanso Lodge). Advance booking not essential, equipped with toilet, water. Price: 800 yen per night Season: Late April to late October Address and Contact: Yamanohana Camping Site Oze National Park, Yamanohana 898-9, Tokura, Katashina village (Katashina-mura), Tone District (Tone-...

Funamata (Funamatagawa) Auto Camping Ground

Funamatagawa river Oze, Mt. Aizu-Komagatake and Lake Oku-tadami are all nearby. Funamatagawa river flows through the side of the campsite. Excellent opportunity for fishing Oze Also ideal as a summer resort and hiking. There are three mountaineering routes that can be negotiated on this mountain: the Takizawa Route and the Kirinte Route from Hinoemata Village and a route that traces a...

Oze Certified Guides and Organizations

Oze Certified Guides and Organizations Oze National Park, which currently is a part of the Nikko Natioanl Park, became Japan’s 29th national park and the first new one in 20 years, after the designation of Hokkaido’s Kushiro wetlands as a national park in 1987. The Oze National Park will cover a 37,200 hectare area which stretches over Gunma, Fukushima, Tochigi and Niigata prefectures. Oze is famous for...

Oze National Park

Oze National Park tour Oze is home to many beautiful flowers, including skunk cabbages that bloom in marshes during the thawing season and daylilies that show their vivid yellow petals as the surrounding mountains turn green. The area's rich floral environment is a result of interaction among its marshes, mountains, lakes, rivers, forests and local animals. These beautiful surroundings,...