Onioshidashi Volcanic Park, Tsumagoi-mura
(3.4/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
With blasted rock everywhere, Onioshidashi Volcanic Park makes a rugged landscape set against views of Mount Asama, which spawned this lava in 1783. Popular and crowded during Japanese holidays, this location provides activities for both kids and adults. Get a close-up view of the earth's insides, and learn more about the geography of volcanoes, plants, and animals in volcanic areas at the volcano museum nearby. You can even ride a simulator which will put you in the midst of a volcano. A temple dedicated to the Buddhist goddess of mercy stands in the center of the park. Plan to visit Onioshidashi Volcanic Park and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Tsumagoi-mura attractions using our Tsumagoi-mura vacation generator.
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  • Going even further, we had out of the car, but was quite powerful. I think scaffolding is to walk, so prepare yourself is required.
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  • By car from Karuizawa went close. Was taken to fast, so far seems to be hideous concrete parking lot view Observatory. Why design is so ugly (ugly) can be thought. Do not want to go look at the neighbors did not dare take Observatory nor 650 yen. Ate the soft serve ice cream in a rest home with a souvenir. The operating style of the Prince Group well represented. Just after the lava in volcanic eruptions on the big island looks lava traces across from the airport.
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  • Again something for the hobby photographer. Only the outrageously high toll is stupid the way au. The entrance fee is added.
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