Nasudake, chausudake Mountain, Nasu-machi

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Visit Nasudake, chausudake Mountain, a complex of volcanoes believed to have started erupting 600,000 years ago. Featuring five major peaks, the mountain's highest summit reaches a height of 1,916 m (6,289 ft). Take in a wide range of views from the top, including snow-capped peaks, tree-covered mountainsides, and even the Sea of Japan and North Pacific Ocean if the weather permits. Bring good hiking shoes and protective clothing, as weather conditions can rapidly change here. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Nasudake, chausudake Mountain by using our Nasu-machi vacation generator.
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  • Take our 7-year-old son, has from the teahouse Ridge traverse spear-Dake, Mt. chausu-Dake and Asahi-Dake, three. All the way over 10 km, had perfect weather, was climbing fun. Sound clouds cannot be experienced on Earth, spewing steam, and then impress small children were alone. This is where I want to go during this season.
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  • In June, I went to during the rainy season. Was round trips from there to the top, in the aerial tramway went up 9. Chausudake newbies have just done and said. Ropeway was lucky climbers that wind 0 m in weather conditions that even as there are many fine these days, strong winds are famous courses. Told I was buying climbing shoes in this household is calm even sneakers, sneaker's family. Actually climb, sneakers seem considerably sliding feet, was dangerous. And the family, once fell down the mountain. Feet or even rugged rock stone, around around so caution is required. Rental shoes 300 yen in just off the ropeway so may as well use. Climbing was a beginner trails. Quite the age of many was climbing, you guys are doing!
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  • It is quite hard work, walked slowly from Kyushu is approximately 45-50 minutes, but Rocky. Walked from the shelter after station until approximately 120 minutes, journey three hours but struggled considerably along the way. It is the sense of accomplishment. Enough climbing climbing shoes and get ready to go and is the It is not a simple course.
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Where to stay in Nasu-machi

Most accommodations lie close to the hot springs of Nasu-machi and the surrounding areas, with seven in total to choose from. Hotels and ryokans close to them come in modern and traditional forms, with the more luxurious boasting onsens. Shoestring travelers will find a few budget-friendly options, opening up the quintessentially Japanese experience to all. Campgrounds offer a particularly wild experience, with some more glamorous sites alongside traditional budget pitches.
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