Nasushiobara is a city located in Tochigi Prefecture, Japan. As of May 2015, the city had an estimated population of 116,813 and a population density of 197 persons per km². Its total area is 592.74 km².
Things to do in Nasushiobara
4.5 based on 88 reviews
My wife and I typically visit Nasu at least 2~3 times a year, mainly for relaxing, hot springs and sipping a coffee at Shozo Cafe.
Situated in the main road of Nasu when there is huge traffic on the weekends. More than enough parking lots available, but the place is always full of people. Sometimes you would wait to wait in the queue to park your car and get in.
We usually drop in before heading back to Tokyo, so the queue was not that long.
One of my favorite is Cappuccino and Cafe Latte! Cheese cake is also worth a try!
4 based on 91 reviews
Restaurant with an overrated reputation.
What the food has got of italian is just the name.
The pasta was floating in a bath of watery sauce, the pizza was absolutely terrible.
May be this is done on purpose to meet the taste of the average japanese patron, but for an italian like me...what a disappointment !
4 based on 280 reviews
The atmosphere was interesting, with heaps of Beatles memorabilia throughout the room ... although a wee bit dear (but perhaps normal for being a tourist resort place, I guess), the food was big and pretty good!
The beef stew was chunky and the cheese fondue ... a tasty rich cheesy sauce with plenty of bread and a few snags.
3.5 based on 64 reviews
4.5 based on 22 reviews
Restaurant back is the golf course.
You can look forward to the Japanese noodles while watching the golf player.
Okami is a unique character.
Menu of Japanese noodles is a unique.
You will can experience that not be tasted in Tokyo.
Can go car only.
It can not be reserved.
Not be able to credit card use.
4 based on 24 reviews
I worked in a nearby Ski resort the whole winter season 1995-1996. We would drive down every Wednesday to chill in Café Shoozoo: meaning Elephant (if my Japanese proves correct?). I remember the owner had worked in France…He'd hand pour boiled water into coffee filters over wine glasses, and stick a whole cinnamon stick in the coffee… Toast spread with grainy mustard, red capsicum bits and melted cheese…homemade scones with raspberry jam…and the trendy retro store downstairs….Edith Piaf music in the background.
4 based on 209 reviews
If not so expensive, they would have get higher rate from me. Nice food products.
Unfortunately, most products are way overpriced.
They shop itself is really beautiful. Everything is an an extraordinary order and all staff looks more like mental institute personnel, rather then food shop senders...
4 based on 40 reviews
4 based on 86 reviews
4 based on 22 reviews
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