Nasu Highland and Nakagawa

Nasu Highland and Nakagawa

Nasu Town (Nasu-machi) is located in the northernmost area of Tochigi prefecture. The town is about 180km distant from metropolitan Tokyo, or half way between Tokyo and Sendai. The town stretches out on the foot of Nasu range of mountains and a row of Yamizo Mountains where Chausu-dake Mountain (1915 m), the main peak of Nasu range of mountains, towers in the northwest still sending out smoke. There are hot springs with history of 1370 years on the south slope called “Nasu hot spring village” in the Nikko national park, which is noted as a tourist spot.

There are a resort area and a theme park in the foothill. There is also dairy-land in the highland area, utilizing the sloping ground, and the paddy field zone stretching out in the central and eastern area. In addition, Ashino and Iono areas which lie in the southwest are rich in historic remains and protect cultural assets including Yoshitsune Minamoto, an ancient samurai warrior, through Basho Matsuo, a haiku poet of Edo period. Such local industry as forestry and stone business are also flourishing in this area.

White smoke rises from Mt. Nasu. Rich in nature

White smoke rises from Mt. Nasu. Rich in nature, Nasu Town (Nasu-machi), Nasu District (Nasu-gun), Tochigi Prefecture

Atmosphere, clear streams, hot springs, highlands - Nasu-machi, a town of loving people. It is a town of hot springs and country homes that spread on the feet of the Nasu mountain ranges. Nasu is a town famous for sightseeing, agriculture and forestry where, surrounded by the Yamizo Mountains, one can feel nostalgia of history. Farming villages still grace the original landscape.

Nasu is famous for the Imperial Villa. Visitors will enjoy the abundance of nature in the Nasu mountain ranges, with fuming white smoke flowing out of Mt. Chausu-dake, the highest peak. Each passing season brings a different color to the green forest ranges of the Yamizo Mountains. Nasu-machi is to conserve the rich natural environment and climate with history and tradition, and to deepen cultural exchange among people, nurture art and to create “a town where people sparkle and greenery shines” by making use of the distinctive local industry and region’s characteristics.

Nasu Highland (Nasu-kogen)

Stretching over 40 kilometers from east to west and 80 kilometers from north to south, this volcanic region features the impressive Mt. Chausudake at its center. Rising 1915 meters above sea level, it is still active and often emits white plumes of smoke.

Nasu Highland (Nasu-kogen), Nasu Town (Nasu-machi).

The Nasu Highland contains many vacation homes and Japanese Inns where visitors come throughout the year. There are numerous museums to visit as well as outdoor activities. One option is to take the aerial tramway to the top of Mt. Chausudake. It takes about 45 minutes to get to the top, but you’ll be rewarded with spectacular view of the surrounding areas.

Nasu-kogen is one of the famous summer resorts in japan. In summer, a lot of people visit there to run away from the moist and sultry cities. There are many cottages, - even the Emperor's cottage -, in Nasu-kogen and so it is a popular resort. Nasu Kogen is a large plateau which spreads at the southern foot of Chausudake, the highest peak in the Nasu Mountain Chain. Nasu Kogen is surrounded by abundant nature, which change throughout the 4 seasons providing great scenery.

The Nasu Kogen (Nasu Highland) region is home to numerous "attractions", some more dubious than others, including a Monkey Park, Teddy Bear Museum, Car Museum and Animal Kingdom, where dogs can be rented by the hour (complete with authentic New Zealanders hosting a sheep shearing show). Nasu Kogen Visitor Center is presenting a regional information Kinoene Nasu Nikko National Park.

Kuroiso (Numappara marsh)

Located in the northern tip of Tochigi prefecture, this highland city is blessed with many scenic areas such as the Nakagawa River, the Numa-para Marshland and a great view of the Nasu Mountain Range. In addition, you’ll find many hot springs such as Itamuro Onsen and Sando-goya Onsen. It is located about 6 km north-northwest of Nasu Highland Park. In the marshland, about 230 kinds of plants are known, and here is covered with many yellow daylilies in June and July.

The 5 Mountain Peaks in Nasu

Nasu Town (Nasu-Machi) Local Areas

Four seasons in Nasu Town (Nasu-machi)

Nasu Onsen Hot Springs (the famous 7 Spas in Nasu)

Sessho-no-Seki (Killing Stone)

Nasu Onsen Shrine

Kuizome Temple

Nasu Town (Nasu-machi) Tourism Contacts & Others:

Rindo-Ko Family Bokujyo (Rindo Lake Family Farm) - Leisure theme park on Lake Rindoh

Nicknamed “Little Switzerland in Nasu Height”, this Park with a lake at its center covers an area of three hundred thousand sq. meters blessed with lots of flowers in all seasons featuring more than thirty leisure facilities and enjoyable events. With four seasons flower garden a vast amusement park park of 300,000 square meters that extends around the lake. A happy ranch that can touch a lovely animal such as horse ridings and calves and rabbits. 30 min. by bus from JR Nasu- Shiobara Station.
Address: 414-2 Takakuhei, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 325-0397, Japan
Tel: 0287-76-3111
Fax: 0287-76-3123
Website: http://www.rindo.co.jp/

Towa Nasu Highland Resort (Nasu Highland Park) - Amusement Park

Towa Nasu Highland Resort (Nasu Highland Park)
Towa Nasu Highland Resort is amusement park in a vast site full of various attractions such as roller coasters.It is located about 5 km southwest of Nasu Yumoto hot spring resort. This park is popular for 10 scary rides, and there are total of more than 40 attractions. There are a lot of models that a small child can also take, too. Half the attraction in the garden is a model that a small child can also enjoy.
Address: 3375 Takakuotsu, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 325-0303, Japan
Tel: 0287-78-1150
Fax: 0287-78-1212
Website: http://www.nasuhai.co.jp/

Nasu Animal Kingdom

Nasu Animal Kingdom is a farm/zoo with the world’s largest extant rodent – here you can watch or touch rare uncommon animals, such as bear-cat, beaver, Blakiston's fish owl, camel, penguin, squirrel monkey, capybara, sheep, alpaca, kangaroos and other large animals roaming freely on a sprawling landscape of 430,000m² with full of opportunities to interact with them. Nasu Animal Kingdom offers you an opportunity to improve the sensibility of your children through an experience far different from just reading an animal book. There is also horse riding, camel rides, a kangaroo plaza and a variety of other ways for visitors to come and enjoy spending time with the animals.
Address: 1042-1 Midorigaoka, Oshima, Nasu-machi, Nasu-gun, Tochigi Prefecture 329-3223, Japan
Tel: 0287-77-1110
Website:
http://www.nasu-oukoku.com/ (Official Website)
http://www.nasu3800.co.jp/english/kankou/animal-kingdom/index.shtml (Eng Info)

Nasu Ropeway

It is a ropeway to the top of Mount Nasu. The station at the foot of the mountain is located about 4 km north-northwest of Nasu Yumoto hot spring resort. It climbs a difference in height of about 300 meters. Nasu Ropeway connects the Nasu Ropeway Sanroku Station located at the top of the Volcano Highway (Nasu Kogen Turnpike) and Sancho Station at the 9th stage of Chausudake in about 4 minutes. From the peak, one can see Mt. Bandaisan, the Nikko Mountain Range, the Kanto Plain (Nasunogahara Plain), Mt. Tsukubasan and other locations in a 360 degree panoramic view.
Address: 217 Yumoto, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 325-0301, Japan
Tel: +81 287-76-2449
Website: http://toya108.jp/nrw/

Nasu Heisei-no-mori Forest of Nikko National Park

The 560ha-wide forest is home to a number of rare species. Various activities, such as nature programs and guided walk. Fall leaves of the mountains surrounding Komadome Waterfall is particularly beautiful. There is an animal pathway in the Nasu Heisei-no-mori forest area of Nikko National Park. An animal pathway is a pathway for use by small arboreal animals like squirrels and dormice to protect them from automotive traffic.
Address: Nasu Heisei-no-mori Forest
3254 Takakuhei, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 325-0302, Japan
Tel: 0287-74-6808
Fax: 0287-74-6809

Nature Conservation Office of the Ministry of the Environment (Nasu Heisei-no-mori Forest Imperial Villa & Visitor Center)

Formerly a property of the Nasu Imperial Villa until 2008, the area was opened to the public in May 2011. The 560ha-wide forest is home to a number of rare species. Various activities, such as nature programs and guided walk. Fall leaves of the mountains surrounding Komadome Waterfall is particularly beautiful.
Address: 199-81 Yumoto, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 325-0301, Japan
Tel: 0287-76-7512
Fax: 0287-76-7513
Nasu Heisei-no-mori Forest of Nikko National Park Website: http://www.nasuheiseinomori.go.jp/

Nasu Kogen Yuai no Mori Roadside Station - Forest of friendship

Yuai no Mori Roadside Station (Michino-eki) is the doorway of Nasu where it is in center of Nasu. Express bus & Shuttle bus around Nasu or from Tokyo arrives and departs from here. There are product center and sightseeing interchange center, industrial arts building.
Address: 593-8 Takakuotsu, Nasu-machi, Nasu-gun, Tochigi Prefecture 325-0303, Japan
Tel: 0287-78-0233
Fax: 0287-78-0235
Website: http://www.nasumirai.com/yuainomori/index.html

Roadside Station (Michino-eki) - Michinoeki Tosando Iono

Roadside Station “Tousandou Iono” is located along the side of National Highway Route 294 in the southeast of Nasu Town, easily findable by the 12m diameter water wheel landmark. The stations specialty is handmade soba made using local soba flour ground by a 2m diameter stone grinding wheel. People come to enjoy the flavor from surrounding areas and even as far as the Tokyo Metropolitan Area. The station also sells vegetables and processed goods made from agricultural products freshly taken from local produce centers.
Address: 459 Iono, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 329-3436, Japan
Tel: 0287-75-0577, 0287-75-0654, 0287-75-0653
Fax: 0287-75-0665
Website: http://michinoeki-tosando.jp/

Mt.JEANS Ski Resort Nasu

This is one of the largest colonies of Goyotsutsuji azalea in Japan. More than thirty thousand of the azalea trees over 300-years old grow wild here. It has a promenade and a viewing platform built neatly, too.
Address: 329-3223 Oshima, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 329-3223, Japan
Tel: 0287-77-2300
Website: http://www.mtjeans.com/

Nasu Minamigaoka Dairy Farm and Ranch

Here you can be close contacted with domestic animals kind of cows,horses,rabbits,horse riding, contacting with domestic animals area, rental rabbits, donkey riding, trout fishing, archery, putter golf, IKOI-NO-KOMICHI(relaxation alley),etc... Children enjoy feeding the carp and having a pet of the young lambs or kid goats in the spring, or going for a ride on donkeys or horses in the farm.
Address: 579 Yumoto, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 325-0393, Japan
Tel: 0287-76-2150
Fax: 0287-76-2477
Official Website: http://www.minamigaoka.co.jp/english-page/newpage1.html
More eng. info: http://www.tokyoweekender.com/2010/09/leisurely-nasu/

Nasu Safari Park

Over 700 animals of 70 different species live at Nasu Safari Park including lions, tigers, giraffes, elephants, zebras, camels, rhinos and hippos. Big Theme Park where children can play with a lot of animals. Exclusive night safari is also available.
Address: 3523 Takakuotsu, Nasu-machi, Nasu-gun, Tochigi Prefecture 325-0303, Japan
Tel: 0287-78-0838
Fax: 0287-78-0834
Website: http://www.nasusafari.com/

Tohoku Safari Park

In Tohoku Safari Park you will find rare wild animals in the world, such as white lion, white serpent, white alligator, white fox, raccoon white, other. It is accessible via Nihonmatsu Station; bordering Fukushima Prefecture to the north, as well as nationally famous Nikko City and Nasu Town (Nasu-machi) within Tochigi Prefecture.
Tohoku Safari Park
Address: 1 Sawamatsukura, Nihonmatsu, Fukushima Prefecture 964-0088, Japan
Tel: 0243-24-2336
Fax: 0243-24-2433
Website: http://www.tohoku-safaripark.co.jp/

Nasu World Monkey Park

Nasu World Monkey Park is a monkey theme park with over 60 different types of rare monkeys from around the world. The Nasu Monkey Theater where the animals perform is held 3 times a day and is also extremely popular.
Address: 6146 Takakuko, Nasu-machi, Nasu-gun, Tochigi Prefecture 325-0001, Japan
Tel: 0287-63-8855
Website: http://www.nasumonkey.com/

Nasu SL Land Steam Locomotive Museum and Restaurant - a theme park

Experience mysterious virtual zone, retro dollhouse, 3D horror museum, Nasu Dome Theater, Treasure Hunting, Kids Park, Thomas Land & vehicle zone, Panoramic view of 12 famous mountains by train, etc
Address: 24-2 Takakuotsu, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 325-0303, Japan
Tel: 0287(62)3078 [Restaurant], 0287(63)4005 [Museum]
Fax: 0287(64)2370 [Museum], 0287(64)2370 [Restaurant]
Website: http://www.nasu-jouki.co.jp/

Okashinoshiro Nasu Heartland

Explore the delightful Okashinoshiro Heartland sweet and cake shop, with its own factory on the premises. Experience strawberry picking in the forest nearby, and try delicious freshly-picked strawberries. In addition, visitors can watch the sweets being made in the factory through the glass walls in the shop. On the same site is the “Ohana no Shiro” and the day trip onsen hot spring “Gensen Nasusan” making the site a popular tourist spot even with Nasu locals.
Address: 4588-10 Takakuko, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 325-0001, Japan
Tel: 0287-62-1800 (8:30~17:30)
Website: https://www.okashinoshiro.co.jp/

Nasu Teddy Bear Museum

The Teddy Bear Museum lives up to its name, boasting quite impressive varieties that have been loved for more than a hundred years the world over. Teddy bears and Teddy Bear goods created by over 100 artists from all over the world are displayed. The spacious interior houses a variety of teddy bears and other goods.
Address: 1185-4 Takakuhei, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 325-0302, Japan
Tel: 0287-76-1711
Fax: 0287-76-1980
Website: http://www.teddynet.co.jp/nasu.html

Nasu Trick Art Museum

House of trick art, Trick arts Labyrinth, Michelangelo's Museum within Nasu Trick Art Museum is the illusion of eyes. The museum collects 2 dimensional artworks which evoke a spirit of fantasy and blend lies and reality, and 3 dimensional works with western touches.
Address: 5760 Uenodai Takakuko Nasumachi, Nasu-gun, Tochigi Prefecture 325-0304, Japan
Tel: +81 287-62-8388
Website: http://www.trick-art.jp/

Emile Galle Art Museum (Exposition Permanente des Verreries D'Emile Galle)

Emile Galle was a French glass designer. His naturalistic designs combined with innovative techniques made him one of the pioneering glass makers of the late 19th, early 20th century. Around 100 pieces of glassware of Emile Galle is exhibited here.
Address: 132 Takakuhei, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 325-0302, Japan
Tel: 0287-78-6030
Website: http://www.emile-galle-museum.co.jp/

Nasu Music Box Museum (Nasu Orgel Museum)

The Nasu Orgel Museum was opened in April 1992 as a memorial hall for Sato Kiyoshi to collect and popularize music boxes. The museum mainly exhibits antique music boxes, Collection of Kiyoshi Sato, Japanese music box made in the 19th and 20th centuries in Europe and the Americas.
Address: 270 Takakuhei, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 325-0302, Japan
Tel: +81 287-78-2733
Website: http://nasuorgel.jp/

Stained Glass Museum

The Nasu Stained Glass Museum was built using all real materials based on a motif of a stonework noble manor in Cotswolds, England. Stepping onto the grounds of the museum, one is enveloped in an atmosphere which makes one practically forget that they are in Japan, and allows visitors to spend a tranquil time. There are several rare items on display. A pipe organ and music box concert is held hourly. These musical instruments come in harmony, and create rich and fullbody sounds.
Address: 1790 Takakuhei, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 325-0302, Japan
Tel: +81 287-76-7111
Website: http://stainedglass-museum.com/

Nasu Michael Resort Wedding (Michael Garden Court)

Specialize in Bridal fair, Church, Party room, Bridal dress, Cuisine, Various weeding items, Bridal weeding plan..
Address: 206-167 Yumoto, Nasu Town (Nasu-machi), Nasu District (Nasu-gun), Tochigi Prefecture (Tochigi-ken) 325-0301, Japan
Tel: 0287-76-7339
Website: http://www.michaelresort.com/nasu/

Nasu Classic Car Museum

The museum has classic cars such as Rolls-Royce Motors, jaguar, Alfa Romeo, a 1901 De Dion Bouton, a 1910 Fuller and the record-breaking 1930 MG EX120, an eclectic bunch of US power machines (Corvette, Mustang, Buick convertible, Hudson coupe), red European sports models (Ferrari Dino 264GT, Alfa Romeo 2000 Spyder, Porsche 356B roadster, Jaguar E-Type, Daimler SP250 roadster) and examples of practical transport (Holden, Morris Minor, Fiat 500, Citroen 2CV). Visitors can actually touch and ride, making it very popular. In addition, the museum shows a variety of racing grand prix, including classic cars, on the large screen inside the museum.
Address: 5705 Takakuotsu, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 325-0304, Japan
Tel: 0287-62-6662
Fax: 0287-62-6663
Website: http://www.nccm.co.jp/

Nasu Asian Old Bazaar

Asian style market with various asian items. Each zone has unique country theme. Here you will find Indonesian style Selamat siang, Ubud shop; Vietnamese style Xin chao, Mekong shop; Indian style Namaste, Pokhara Shop; Indonesian Bali style Ubud Restaurant; Thai style Ngon-Lam, Mekong Restaurant; etc
Address: 506-20 Yumoto, Nasu Town (Nasu-machi), Nasu District (Nasu-gun), Tochigi Prefecture (Tochigi-ken) 325-0301, Japan
Tel: 0287-76-7600
Fax: 0287-76-7611
Website: http://www.asianoldbazaar.com/

Nasu Alpaca Farm

There are over 400 lovely alpacas with soft and fluffy hair, miniature horses and ostriches in this the vast 110,000 m² farm. Visit Nasu Alpaca Farm and watch lovely alpacas before summer when the soft and fluffy hair is to be cut. All-you-can-pick & eat sweet Strawberry Tochiotome (for 30mins.) and eat rich and creamy soft-serve ice cream
Address: 1083 Oshima, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 329-3223 , Japan
Tel & Fax: 0287-77-1197
Website: http://www.nasubigfarm.com/

Nasu Garden Outlet - Shopping mall

It is located within Nasu Royal Resort. Many famous brand shops and unique local shops are collected in balance. Food area is widely open and you can choose from various menu. Also, the NASU mountain is in the back ground.
Address: 184-7 Shionosaki, Nasushiobara, Tochigi Prefecture 329-3122, Japan
Tel: 0287-65-4999
Website: http://www.nasu-gardenoutlet.com/

Nasu Flower World

Nasu Flower World is a large flower park in Nasu Kogen. with 200 speices, 150 thousands tulips is in full bloom at 2 hectares garden. The seasonal flowers bloom against the background of the imposing figure of the Nasu Mountain Chain, scenery so beautiful it could be said that it was a painting on canvas. Nasu Flower World is the spot where visitors can most enjoy Nasu’s nature. Nasu mountains on the west side, grand sky on the east side can be seen.
Address: 5341-1 Toyoharahei, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 329-3225, Japan
Tel: 0287-77-0400
Fax: 0287-77-0401
Website: http://www.flower-world.net/

Nasu Onsen Sanraku

Established in 1923, Nasu Onsen Sanraku is a distinguished ryokan (Japanese style hotel) which was visited by Japan's Emperor when he was still the crown prince. The entire ryokan was rebuilt in 1982 and transformed into an elegant Japanese style ryokan complete with a comprehensive range of modern facilities.
Address: 206 Yumoto, Nasu-cho, Nasu-gun, Tochigi Prefecture 325-0301 Japan
Tel: 0287-76-3010
Fax: 0287-76-4638
Website: http://www.e-sanraku.com/

Nasu-kogen (Royal Resort Nasu)/ Nasu Tourism Association and Nasu Onsen Ryokan cooperative

Address: 182 Yumoto, Nasu Town (Nasu-machi), Nasu District (Nasu-gun), Tochigi Prefecture (Tochigi-ken) 325-0301, Japan
Tel: 0287-76-2619 (Nasu Tourism), 0287-76-2755 (Nasu Onsen)
Fax: 0287-76-3355 (Nasu Tourism)
Nasu Tourism Association Website: http://www.nasukogen.org/
Nasu Onsen Ryokan cooperative Website: http://www.nasuonsen.com/

Nasu-machi Chamber of Commerce
Address: 4-93 Terakohei, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 329-3222, Japan
Tel: 0287-72-0231
Fax: 0287-72-5927
Website: http://nasu.shokokai-tochigi.or.jp/

Nasu Town Hall (Nasu Municipal Govt.)
Address: 3-13 Terakohei, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 329-3222, Japan
Tel: 0287-72-6901
Fax: 0287-72-1133
Nasu Town Hall, Commerce and Tourism Promotion Division
Address: 3-13 Terakohei, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 329-3222, Japan
Tel: 0287-72-6918
Website: http://www.town.nasu.lg.jp/

Nasumati Forest Association
Address: 289 Higashiiwazaki, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 329-3445, Japan
Tel: 0287-75-0034
Fax: 0287-75-0141
Website: http://www.nasu-net.or.jp/~nasumati/

Nasu-kogen/Nasu Highway/Royal Resort Nasu Visitor Center
Address: 207-2 Yumoto, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 325-0301, Japan
Tel: 0287-74-2301
Fax: 0287-74-2302
Website:
http://www.nasuheiseinomori.go.jp/nasukougenvisitorcenter
http://www.nasukogen.org/kogen/

Nasu Film Commission
Address: 861-41-2109 Takakuotsu, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 325-0303, Japan
Tel&Fax: 0287-74-3767
Nasu Film Commission Website: http://www.nasu-fc.org/
Nasu Short Film Festival Website: http://www.nasu-filmfest.jp/

Nasu Council of Social Walfare
Address: 2566-1 Terakootsu, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 329-3215, Japan
Tel: +81 287-72-5133
Website: http://www.nasu-shakyo.jp/

National Park Resort Village - Kyukamura, Nasu
Address: Yumoto, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 325-0301,Japan
Tel: +81-287-76-2467
Website: http://www.qkamura.or.jp/en/nasu/

Nasu Chuo Kanko (NCK) Bus Corporation
Address: 2757 Takakuko, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 325-0001, Japan
Tel: +81 287-62-5151
Fax: +81 287-62-5153
Website: http://www.nck-bus.com/

Nasu Kogen HERB's Park (Nasu Herb Honey Garden)
Address: Takakuotsu, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 325-0303, Japan
Tel: 0287-76-3568, 0287-76-7315
Fax: 0287-76-3588, 0287-76-7316
Website: http://www.n-park.jp/

Nasu Cheese Garden - Handmade Cheesecake from Nasu
Address: 2888 Takakuko, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 325-0001, Japan
Tel: 0287-64-4848
Fax: 0287-62-7075
Website: http://cheesegarden.jp/

Nasu Finnish Forest
In the woods of Finland, there are a variety of facilities including bakery, cheese shop, restaurants, shops, sausage, Santa workshop, Moomin shop, etc.
Address: 2730-36 Takakuotsu, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 325-0303, Japan
Tel: 0287-78-0981
Fax: 0287-78-2921
Website: http://www.finlandnomori.com/

Nasu Chifuriko Country Club - Golf Course
Address: 2486-5 Toyoharaotsu, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 329-3224, Japan
Tel: 0287-77-2111
Fax: 0287-77-2121
Website: http://www.chifuriko.co.jp/

Nasu Tokyu Golf Resort
Address: 1792 Takakuhei, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 325-0302, Japan
Tel: 0287-76-2800
Fax: 0287-76-4639
Website: http://www.tokyu-golf-resort.com/nasu/

Best Land C.C Golf Short Course
No:6, Par:3, 63Yds
Address: Address: 752 Yumoto, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 325-0301, Japan
Tel: 0287-76-3688
Fax: 0287-76-3669
Website: http://www.bestland-cc.com/

Maniwa Farm - Cheesecake From Nasu
Close to Nasu Flower World
Address: 4526 Toyoharahei, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 329-3225, Japan
Tel: 0287-77-0534
Fax: 0287-77-0562

Advance horse party - Fun time with horse riding
Address: 5639-1 Takakuko Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 325-0001 Japan
Tel: 0287-60-0877
Website: http://www.advance-hp.com/

Akiba Museum of Antique Jewellery
Address: 1790-20 Takakuhei, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 325-0302, Japan
Tel/Fax: 0287-76-4580
http://www.jewellery-museum.com/

Nasu Kps Paraglider School By Kids Sports Inc
Paragliding and para-sailing for kids at Kps Paraglider School in Nasu. A member of Japan Paraglider Association (JPA).
Address: 137 Yumoto, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 325-0301, Japan
Tel: +81 287-76-4740
Fax: +81 87-76-4740
Website: http://www.kids-sports.co.jp/

Toko Tennis Court & Village
Located only 10 min drive from Nasu Interchange (IC). Toko Tennis Court & Village is a holiday rental home with tennis court and situated in the center of highland. They have four hard court that is convenient for residential tennis camp and private travel. You can enjoy the barbecue in the evening.
Address: 3405-4 Takakuotsu, Nasu, Nasu District, Tochigi Prefecture 325-0303, Japan
Tel: 0287-64-3980
Fax: 0287-64-0969
Website: http://www.toko-tennis.com/

Nakagawa

Nakagawa is a famous fishing village situated along the Nakagawa River. From June – October you can try your luck fishing for sweet fish. After catching them with your bare hands, have them prepared at one of the nearby restaurants. A favorite of the celebrated poet Basho, the beautiful grounds of Kurobane are also worth a visit. Nakagawa Town (Nakagawa-machi) is located in Nasu District (Nasu-gun), Tochigi, Japan. Nakagawa was created on October 1, 2005 from the merger of the Bato town (Bato-machi) and Ogawa town (Ogawa-machi), both from Nasu District. More: Nakagawa Town (Nakagawa-machi) Tourist Info