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Nagano

Located in the Koshinetsu region, Nagano is a prefecture blessed with nature that hosted the 1998 Winter Olympics. You can enjoy many outdoor activities there, such as hiking, skiing, and cycling. It is a popular sightseeing spot among many people, including Japanese people, as there are many spots overflowing with history and plenty of townscapes that have retained the look of the past. Spring and summer brings about greenery and blooming flowers, autumn foliage spreads throughout the area in the fall, and the prefecture becomes a snowy wonderland in winter. The scenery changes with the seasons, ensuring that you’ll be satisfied whenever you visit!

Topics

Nagano×Sightseeing

  1. What is Terrace House?

    Top Five Must-Visit Spots for Terrace House Fans (Karuizawa Edition)

    2019.03.29

  2. An Introduction to Achi Village, Nagano

    [Beautiful Natural Scenery] The Most Beautiful Starry Sky in Japan! The Delights of Achi Village, Nagano

    2019.03.14

  3. Where is Nagano?

    Top 20 Things To Do In Nagano, a Prefecture with Majestic Nature and Unique Culture

    2018.09.13

Nagano×Food

  1. 1. Kaya

    Top 5 Restaurants in Nagano for Delicious Soba Noodles

    2017.11.22

    Photo by Gurunavi, Inc.

Nagano×Shopping

  1. What is the Karuizawa Prince Shopping Plaza?

    The Complete Guide to the Karuizawa Prince Outlet! Souvenirs, Area Guides and Accessibility, All in One Place!

    2020.01.29

  2. 1. Nozawana-zuke

    Five Select Tasty Gifts to Buy in Nagano

    2018.04.19

Nagano×Hotels

  1. 1. Myojinkan (Tobira Onsen)

    Top 5 Onsen Accommodations in Nagano – The Land of Hot Springs

    2018.02.22

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  2. 1. Aburaya Tousen

    5 Highly Rated, Popular Hot Springs in Nagano

    2017.11.22

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Nagano×Tips & Manners

  1. What is Nagano Like?

    Basic Facts About Nagano to Know Before Visiting

    2018.04.26