Nagano Sightseeing Map

Nagano (長野) is located in the central region of Honshu. Its capital is Nagano City.
Japan Alps Nagano
Japan Alps Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route Hakuba
Kamikochi Norikura
Sightseeing Spots in Nagano
Nagano City Zenko-ji Temple Jigokudani Yaen Koen
Matsumoto City Matsumoto Castle

Fast Fact - Nagano Prefecture

Nagano is well-known as the city where the Nagano Winter Olympics were held.
It is blessed with a richness of nature such as 2,000-3,000 meters high mountains, including the Japan Alps, and many rivers and lakes.
The number of 3000-meter-high mountain in Nagano Prefecture is 15, which is the largest in Japan and makes up for two-thirds of Japan's total number, 23.
Onsens with good minerals and nice view are abundant.
Why don't you soak into one of onsens to relax after hiking or skiing and enjoy Shinshu Soba (black wheat noodles) which is not only famous but also healthy?

Nagano attracts large numbers of campers, hikers, mountaineers and hot-spring aficionados.
On top of that, Nagano prefecture is one of the most enjoyable regions to visit in Japan for those interested in the Japanese traditional architecture and rich traditional culture that live on in many parts of the prefecture.

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How to get to and around Nagano

From Narita international airport
Shinkansen route
Japan Railways
Highway bus route

Buses in Koshinetsu

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