Course outline

Time required: 4 hours
DepartureYuzawa Sta.
Arrival: Oyasukyo

Course Guide

  • AYuzawa Sta.

    Yuzawa Sta.

    This over-track station has the concept of a warm station lit up in color that inherits a delicate and elegant history. The triangular roof design familiar as the symbol of the former station building has been inherited in the appearance designed in the image of the white walls of the many sake breweries found in Yuzawa.

    Yuzawa Sta.
  • B Komachi no sato park

    Komachi-no-Sato Park

    This is a park. It is designed under the theme of the traditions of Ono-no-Komachi that have been passed down since ancient times in the Ono region of Yuzawa.

    Komachi-no-Sato Park
  • C Innaiginzan Museum

    Innaiginzan ijinkan

    This is a museum adorned with various materials and models of Innai Ginzan. The museum is jointly established with JR Innai Station.

    Innaiginzan ijinkan
  • D Doroyu Onsen & Kawarage Jigoku

    Doroyu-Onsen · Kawarage-Jigoku

    It is said that Doroyu-Onsen was opened 1,200 years ago. This is a hot spring with landscapes unchanged since ancient times. On the other hand, Kawarage-Jigoku is one of Japan's three major sacred grounds. The rugged slope provides an ominously desolate scene.​ ​

    Doroyu-Onsen · Kawarage-Jigoku
  • E Oyasukyo

    Oyasukyo

    This is a V-shaped valley. It was made by the rapids of the Minase River deeply eroding both its banks over many years.

    Oyasukyo
4 hour course,From 8:00 to 13:00Time reservation is possible.