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Sainokawara Park, Kusatsu-machi
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Take in the geothermal features of Sainokawara Park, a valley boasting several hot springs and a large outdoor bath of naturally warmed water. Locals have long mythologized the mysterious, evocative landscape of the valley, as evidenced by the number of statues and monuments dotting the area. Hike between the main hot springs to see the water bubbling to the surface, breaking out to form warm streams, and flowing down into a cascading waterfall. Take a dip in the main pools, separated by gender and each able to fit 100 bathers. Put Sainokawara Park into our Kusatsu-machi itinerary planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Kusatsu-machi.
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  • Sainokawara Park is a 10-minute leisure stroll from the town centre. There are many shops along the way. The famous open air onsen, Sainokawara Rotenburo, is located at the end of the park. The autumn...  more »
  • Going on in the Park is the large open-air baths. Luggage locker backpack into the dressing area there is impossible. It is not washing large open-air bath. This time of year and leaves the mountains and was the best.
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  • I entered many times and no futile effort bath ago, so I didn't. Been changed and I was up bathing fee is 100 yen.
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