Suppose your family enjoys spending time in nature. In that case, you can look forward to an abundance of opportunities in Nasushiobara, which is home to many mountains and waterfalls. Escape the summer heat with a refreshing dip in the crystal-clear, icy water at Kinomata Valley. Alternatively, lose yourself in the beauty of seasonal blooms in Numappara Marshland, which comprise primarily flat paths that can be easily traversed even by toddlers. The rich natural environment of Nasushiobara also makes it a treasure trove for food lovers.
With a thriving dairy industry, the city has plenty of farms and ranches where you can drop by for some yummy soft serves and cheesecakes. For the undecided, enjoy a little bit of everything with a trip to Shiobara Onsen, which has attracted the likes of literati such as Natsume Soseki. Take a cultural trip to the local history museum in this hot spring village or enjoy a good soak in the rustic hot springs, and end the day with a delicious bowl of Nasushiobara’s soba.