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Nagano

Nagano

Togakushi Soba Noodles|Enjoy Buckwheat Flour Dishes at the Famous Restaurant Uzuraya

Nagano Prefecture is famous for its soba (buckwheat) noodles. "戸隠蕎麦 (Togakushi soba)" is one of the three most famous soba in Japan, along with wanko so...
2021.11.04
Nagano

About M-Wave Skating Rink|Including Parking and Access Information

Nagano Prefecture was the site of the 1998 Winter Olympics. The Olympic Memorial Arena (known as M-Wave) in Nagano City was the venue for skating com...
2021.11.04
Nagano

Daio Wasabi Farm|Japan’s Largest Wasabi Field – Highlights and Time Required for Sightseeing

In Azumino City, Nagano Prefecture, there is a wasabi (Japanese horseradish) farm called "Daio Wasabi Farm", which is the largest wasabi field in Japan,...
2021.11.04
Toyama

See the Kurobe Dam’s Water Discharge Event in 2021|Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route

There are about 3,000 dams in total in Japan. The water stored in dams is sometimes released to control floods or to maintain rivers. But it's not of...
2021.11.04
Nagano

Go Round the Shirakoma Pond and Relaxed in the Moss Forest|How to Get There and Where to Park

If you are looking for somewhere cool to walk, then we have the perfect place for you. Shirakoma Pond (白駒池) is a natural lake (the name is pond, but ...
2021.11.04
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