Features of Isawa Onsen
Isawa Onsen often serves as a base for sightseeing in Yamanashi, a popular area known for its local fruits and hot springs. You can go fruit picking for peaches in summer and grapes in autumn, as well as enjoy the view of the cherry blossoms and autumn leaves. Try the popular regional dish, Hōtō (miso-based noodle soup), which will warm you right up. It takes about 90 minutes by Limited Express train from Shinjuku Station in Tokyo to Isawa Onsen.
Hot spring inns/hotels in Isawa Onsen: 19
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