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Sesshoseki Rocks, Nasu-machi

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Sesshoseki Rocks is located in Nasu-machi. By using our Nasu-machi vacation generator, you can arrange your visit to Sesshoseki Rocks and other attractions in Nasu-machi.
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  • I think that such a place even dare to go to the crowded but not course tourists considered conscientious when I went to the little cars in the parking lot at
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  • Went to see famous stones. 頷kemashita also known as sessho closer than normal I thought, but the smell of sulfur is getting stronger. It's adult children so interested is that it is a good place.
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  • If you do only 1 place in Nasu and encouraged here. Onsen shrine located next to walk to the back and walks go further right. Here at Nasu Onsen source or near's naming something smells of sulphur reek, "stones" and futile effort I do imply death and beyond the grave. Spots are praying "Professor of jizo" thousands of jizo and walk around some more and here is is also somewhat an odd scene where disobedience which warns. It is shoot figures prominently in Nasu fashionable tourist spot.
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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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