Discover the best top things to do in Numata, Japan including Fukiwarenotaki Falls, Denen Plaza Kawaba, Lockheart Castle, Akagi Kogen Service Area (Outbound), Tambara Lavender Park, Michi-no-Eki Agrimu Showa, Gunma Astronomical Observatory, Numata Park, Akagi Kogen Service Area - Inbound, Haruna Shrine.
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4 based on 360 reviews
We were suppose to go to Oze National Park, but the park rangers didn't allow any unauthorized cars to go there due to bad weather, being bummed out, on our way back to the freeway, my sister found this place on the internet and thought we should salvage the trip by going here. Wow was it a trip. It's a waterfall with a little 2 km hike that will take you across 2 Bridges and back to the main road and back near the falls where you get up close and personal with the falls. It's a beautiful place. Will definitely come back here again if and when I'm going to Oze National Park again.
4 based on 192 reviews
This is a very nice and family-oriented place. There's something for everyone here. Lots of local goods and organic vegetables are sold here which immediately get snapped up by travelers going up and down the main highway. There are also nice places for a quick snack or drink. While in the neighborhood, I recommend checking out some nearby attractions like the Kichijyo-ji Temple with its amazing flowers and beautiful rock garden, or any of the nearby ryokans like Yutorian for a dip in an onsen.
3.5 based on 68 reviews
I have a hard time deciding the title of this post as the castle is oriented towards the lovers, young …soon to be married guests ….or I might be wrong…
My daughter enjoyed getting dressed for 1500￥/hour and my 68year old parents enjoyed ringing the "Spring bell" which is supposed to bring eternal love.
I enjoyed the Patricia cafe and the wedding gallery! Beware…a lot of steps…
3.5 based on 125 reviews
You don`t have to go to Hokkaido to see the Lavender but Tambara is just few hours away from Tokyo.
During the winter Tambara Park is Famous as Ski ground but in summer ski slope turned to a beautiful purple carpet. Not only the area covered with aromatic lavender but rainbow color flowers add more essence to a beautiful scenery with red, pink,yellow and orange color flowers. You can get in to ski lift and have a look from above too which is very unique too.
Don`t forget to scream for lavender ice cream too .
Useful info for travelers.
▼Admission: 1,000 yen, free for elementary school students and younger
▼Best time to see lavender: Mid-July to mid-August
・ About 50 minutes by bus or 40 minutes by taxi from Numata Station on JR Joetsu Line
・ About 30 minutes by car from Numata IC of Kan-Etsu Expressway
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