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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.
B Sightseeing in Yuzawa City
Yuzawa city tourism
Chikaramizu is a spring that has been chosen as one of the 100 most famous springs in Japan.
You can visit a leading brewery of Yuzawa while sightseeing in the city.
*We will visit either Ryozeki Shuzo or Kimura Shuzo. Please understand we will determine this on the day depending on the availability.
C Kawatsura Sikki Museum
Kawatsura lacquerware Museum
This is a museum of the Kawatsura lacquerware that has a history and tradition of 800 years. You can see all the skills that have been handed down to the present day.
Onoderashi governed the whole of the south of the prefecture for approximately 400 years from the early days of the Kamakura period (1185 to 1333). Inaniwa Castle was built at the site of this feudal lord castle. It also become a symbol of the area. Inaniwa Castle tells us about typical mountain castles in the Middle Ages. The hall located in the ruins of the outer citadel is a time tunnel that connects the present and past.
E Sanzukawa valley
This is a valley at the entrance to Kawarage-Jigoku. It is truly a sheer precipice, so it is called "Sanzu River" (Crossing to the Underworld).
F 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.
This is a V-shaped valley. It was made by the rapids of the Minase River deeply eroding both its banks over many years.
This is accommodation popular for its open air bath with an excellent view. It is located close to Sukawa Lake and Mt. Kurikoma.