About Nagatoro

Nagatoro Valley

Nagatoro is a tourist spot surrounded by the beauty of nature, located about two hours from the heart of Tokyo. It has flourished as a tourist area since the end of the 19th century, and currently receives 2 million visitors a year. The entirety of Nagatoro Town is designated as the Prefectural Nagatoro Tamayodo Natural Park, and both banks of the Arakawa river that flows through its center are designated as places of scenic beauty and natural monuments.
Nagatoro can be enjoyed all year round, with plum blossoms, cherry blossoms, and many other flowers, hiking trails, water sports, and numerous interactive activities.

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Getting to Nagatoro

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Nagatoro Tourist Information Center

Nagatoro Tourist Information Center
Nagatoro Tourist Information Center

The Nagatoro Tourist Information Center provides tourist maps and pamphlets with information on highlights. It also offers many tourist services. Pamphlets are available in various languages. All are welcome to stop by.

  • Tourist information
  • Bicycle rentals
  • Baggage check
  • Wheelchair loans
  • Foreign-language services
  • Tourist stamps
  • Breastfeeding rooms (use of meeting rooms)
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Local unique cuisine (with traditional recipes) Day Spas and  Accommodation Facilities
Nagatoro Cherry Blossoms Saitama Museum of Natural History Hodosan Shrine (one star rating in the Michelin Green Guide Japan) Interactive Activities