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Kusatsu City, Minakami

Numata City, Gunma Prefecture – Autumn Leaves, Sightseeing Spots, and Access Information for Fukiware-no-Taki Falls

Fukiware-no-Taki Falls, sometimes referred to as the “Niagara of the East,” happens to be a famous location for viewing gorgeous autumn leaves. The falls, which are 7 meters tall and 30 meters wide, make for an amazing view when backed by the area’s suspension bridge and autumn leaves! Next, I’ll introduce some more information about Fukiware-no-Taki Falls, which was designated as a natural monument and scenic spot in 1936.

Gunma Prefecture, Kusatsu Onsen – Yubatake Special Light-Up

Kusatsu Onsen is one of Japan’s three famous hot springs. A must-see part of any tour of Kusatsu Onsen is its yubatake, or hot water field. The yubatake is Kusatsu Onsen’s largest source of spring water, located at the heart of the facility.
Steam and sulfuric smell rise from the surface of the yubatake, where 4000 litres of water streams out every minute. The high-temperature water cools as it flows through the pipe, and it is distributed to all of the inns, hotels, and public baths in the town.

Strolling around town in Ikaho, Gunma prefecture

Ikaho Onsen is a hot spring located in Ikaho town in Shibukawa city, Gunma prefecture. This hot spring has been loved by Japanese people since ancient times.
Ikaho Onsen is as well known in the region as Kusatsu hot springs. I went to stay at Ikaho “Ooedo-onsen Monogatari” to enjoy a walk in the historic Onsen resort town.

Kusatsu Onsen - Netsunoyu

Netsunoyu is a tourist spot where you can enjoy watching “yumomi!”
“Yumomi” is the act of churning the hot water of an onsen with long planks, so that the water temperature is reduced to a temperature suitable for bathing.