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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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  • It is located a 10-minute walk from Yubatake Park. The whole slope, is the source of the hot springs flowing River promenade is in. Round up and would take just about an hour. Great hot springs of West River bath in the middle of the slope.
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  • It is recommended free foot bath, guests can enjoy a wide variety. Larger than the pool bath is breathtaking. ¥ 600 and it is cheaper.
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  • I think lighting doorway 15 minutes walking from the Yubatake. Because we stayed at the Kusatsu hotel with in 5 minutes? Scattered spots enclosed in Rock Springs flowing creeks right next to the foot that can be as gentle ascent. Look at all the beautiful emerald green and Milky Blue and would never get bored. Flicker-free cold snow day was little by little hands and feet while he went to the springs. I think it is quiet because it is the elderly who are within walking distance as well.
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