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Nasu, Japan
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Royal Hotel Nasu
Royal Hotel Nasu
8.8 Excellent
4449-2 Takakuhei, Nasu, Japan
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7.5 km from city centre, Nasu 
ExcellentBased on 4 reviews
8.8

Boasting a sauna, Royal Hotel Nasu is located in Nasu and offers comfortable accommodation. It also provides a 24-hour reception, massage services and bicycle rental.

Hotel Sun Valley Nasu
Hotel Sun Valley Nasu
7.7 Good
203 Yumoto, Nasu, Japan
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12.7 km from city centre, Nasu 
GoodBased on 72 reviews
7.7

Hotel Sunvalley Nasu provides comfortable 3-star accommodation in Nasu. Those staying at the property have access to an outdoor pool, a sauna and a swimming pool.

Towa Pure Cottages
Towa Pure Cottages
8.2 Excellent
3375 Takakuotsu, Nasu, Japan
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14.6 km from city centre, Nasu 
ExcellentBased on 111 reviews
8.2

Providing outdoor tennis courts, the resort is situated in Nasu and is a short walk from Nasu Highland Park. It also offers massage services, a terrace and a games room.

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Cheapest month:April
Most expensive month:September
Average price in Nasu:₹ 17,674/night
Cheapest price found:₹ 3,754/night
Cheapest day:Monday
Most expensive day:Friday
₹ 10,605 - ₹ 28,582
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
₹ 7,407 - ₹ 27,829
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Royal Hotel Nasu
Royal Hotel Nasu
8.8 Excellent
4449-2 Takakuhei, Nasu, Japan
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7.5 km from city centre,  

Boasting a sauna, Royal Hotel Nasu is located in Nasu and offers comfortable accommodation. It also provides a 24-hour reception, massage services and bicycle rental.

₹ 9,680
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Hotel Sun Valley Nasu
Hotel Sun Valley Nasu
7.7 Good
203 Yumoto, Nasu, Japan
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12.7 km from city centre,  

Hotel Sunvalley Nasu provides comfortable 3-star accommodation in Nasu. Those staying at the property have access to an outdoor pool, a sauna and a swimming pool.

₹ 12,390
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Towa Pure Cottages
Towa Pure Cottages
8.2 Excellent
3375 Takakuotsu, Nasu, Japan
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14.6 km from city centre,  

Providing outdoor tennis courts, the resort is situated in Nasu and is a short walk from Nasu Highland Park. It also offers massage services, a terrace and a games room.

₹ 19,514
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Hotel prices in Nasu

3 stars
Nasukogen Hotel View Palace
No. 1 most popular

Nasukogen Hotel View Palace

212 Yumoto, Nasu, Japan

₹ 12,631

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Hotel Sun Valley Nasu
No. 2 most popular

Hotel Sun Valley Nasu

203 Yumoto, Nasu, Japan

7.7 Good
₹ 12,545

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Royal Hotel Nasu
Best value

Royal Hotel Nasu

4449-2 Takakuhei, Nasu, Japan

8.8 Excellent
₹ 9,757

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About Nasu

Nestled within the spectacular highlands of Mount Nasudake, Nasu is renowned for its natural scenery and hot spring onsen. It’s home to forested walking trails and a steaming caldera, as well as a family-friendly leisure park and interactive zoo.

Things to do

Relax in the hot spring baths of Nasu Onsen, which sprawls along the slopes of Mount Nasudake. Ride the ropeway up its volcanic slopes before continuing to the summit on foot to discover sweeping views of its 100-metre-wide crater that billows out smoke and steam.

To the south of Mount Nasudake lies Shiobara Onsen, which boasts a rustic atmosphere inspired by dense woods surrounding its hot spring baths and ryokan. Follow one of the walking trails that lead to cascading waterfalls and cross the Mikaeri-no-tsuridashi “Bridge of Retrospection” that spans the beautiful Hoki River Valley.

Want to meet a real-life capybara? Head to the Nasu Animal Kingdom where you can feed capybaras and get up close to red pandas, coatis and meerkats. There’s a dedicated dog zone where you can rent a pooch to play with, as well as daily seal shows, a small petting zoo and an on-site onsen.

Get active at the leisure park of Nasu Rindoh-ko Lake View, where you can ride horses, learn to milk cows or go boating on the lake. Fly across the water on Japan’s longest zip-line or jump aboard the Swiss railway to soak up the magnificent Mount Nasudake views.

Getting around

Nasu is around three hours by train from Tokyo, with regular buses departing from Nasu-Shiobara Station to Nasu Onsen. Having a rental car is the most convenient way to access all the sights and attractions of the Nasu Highlands region.

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Nestled within the spectacular highlands of Mount Nasudake, Nasu is renowned for its natural scenery and hot spring onsen. It’s home to forested walking trails and a steaming caldera, as well as a family-friendly leisure park and interactive zoo.

Things to do in Nasu

Relax in the hot spring baths of Nasu Onsen, which sprawls along the slopes of Mount Nasudake. Ride the ropeway up its volcanic slopes before continuing to the summit on foot to discover sweeping views of its 100-metre-wide crater that billows out smoke and steam.

To the south of Mount Nasudake lies Shiobara Onsen, which boasts a rustic atmosphere inspired by dense woods surrounding its hot spring baths and ryokan. Follow one of the walking trails that lead to cascading waterfalls and cross the Mikaeri-no-tsuridashi “Bridge of Retrospection” that spans the beautiful Hoki River Valley.

Want to meet a real-life capybara? Head to the Nasu Animal Kingdom where you can feed capybaras and get up close to red pandas, coatis and meerkats. There’s a dedicated dog zone where you can rent a pooch to play with, as well as daily seal shows, a small petting zoo and an on-site onsen.

Get active at the leisure park of Nasu Rindoh-ko Lake View, where you can ride horses, learn to milk cows or go boating on the lake. Fly across the water on Japan’s longest zip-line or jump aboard the Swiss railway to soak up the magnificent Mount Nasudake views.

Getting around Nasu

Nasu is around three hours by train from Tokyo, with regular buses departing from Nasu-Shiobara Station to Nasu Onsen. Having a rental car is the most convenient way to access all the sights and attractions of the Nasu Highlands region.

  • What are the best hotels in Nasu?

    Hotel Floracion Nasu, rated with a score of 7.7 from 167 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Nasu. Other top stays include Hotel Epinard Nasu, with an average rating of 8.2 from 276 reviewers, and Wellness Forest Nasu, with a score of 8.4 from 24 reviewers.