Hotels in Nasushiobara, Japan

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Nasushiobara, Japan
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Cheapest month:April
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Average price in Nasushiobara:$146/night
Cheapest price found:$53/night
Cheapest day:Thursday
Most expensive day:Monday
$62 - $233
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$62 - $389
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Cheapest hotels in Nasushiobara, Japan

Nasu Shiobara Station Hotel
7.7 Good
554-25 Oharama, Nasushiobara, Japan
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2.5 mi from city centre, Nasushiobara, Japan 

Nasushiobara Station Hotel is located in Nasushiobara and offers free Wi-Fi. It also provides a swimming pool, a 24-hour reception and meeting rooms.

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Hotel Route Inn Nishinasuno-2
2.8 Mediocre
2-102-2 Higashi-Mishima, Nasushiobara, Japan
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5.7 mi from city centre, Nasushiobara, Japan 

Hotel Route-Inn Nishinasuno-2 provides comfortable 3-star accommodation in Nasushiobara. It also offers a laundry service, a dry cleaning service and laundry facilities.

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Resort Hotel Laforet Nasu
7.4 Good
206-959 Yumoto, Nasumachi, Nasushiobara, Japan
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8.7 mi from city centre, Nasushiobara, Japan 

This comfortable hotel in Nasu offers free wireless internet, as well as meeting rooms and a 24-hour reception. It also provides luggage storage, snow sports and ski lockers.

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About Nasushiobara

Nestled in the mountains of Tochigi, Nasushiobara is a picturesque resort city surrounded by volcanoes. It’s renowned for its hot spring onsen on the slopes of Mount Nasudake. while it’s also home to one of Japan’s most famous marriage proposal locations.

Things to do in Nasushiobara

Experience the changing leaves and views of the Shiobara Valley at the Momijidani Hanging Bridge, the largest pier-less suspension bridge in Japan. It’s been officially listed as a “Sacred Place for Lovers”, with many Japanese locals choosing this as the spot to propose to their loved one.

Hit the slopes of Hunter Mountain Shiobara, one of the largest and most popular skiing and snowboarding destinations near Tokyo. In addition to its long runs and courses designed for varying experience levels, it boasts a thrilling snow park and a large family-friendly area for kids just starting out.

The volcanic mountains of Nasushiobara are home to hot spring onsens featuring warm waters blending with naturally-occurring and therapeutic minerals. Mingle with locals during a communal onsen in one of Nasushiobara’s traditional public baths or opt for a private rejuvenation experience in one of the more modern spas.

Animal lovers should visit the Nasu Animal Kingdom where you can get up close to red pandas, coatis and meerkats, then feed resident capybaras. Be awed by the skills of their resident hawks and eagles soaring overhead during the daily bird shows or play with pooches in the open-air dog zone.

Getting around Nasushiobara

Nasushiobara is just over two hours by train from Tokyo and 2.5 hours from Haneda Airport. Buses travel throughout the city, but having your own vehicle gives you greater freedom.

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