Features of Oze・Numata・Oigami Onsen
Katashina Village is a great place to enjoy sports all year round, from hiking and tennis at Oze, the largest marshland in Japan, to skiing at Katashina Kogen Ski Resort in winter. There are many hot springs in the area, including Hanasaki Onsen, Katashina Onsen, Tsuchiide Onsen, Kamata Onsen, Higashi Ogawa Onsen, Shirane Onsen, Zazen Onsen, Marunuma Onsen, and Oze Togura Onsen. In Oigami Onsen, the beautiful Katahina Valley and the natural monument Fukiware-no-taki Waterfall are among the attractions to see. You can also have the opportunity to pick apples and wild vegetables. Get up early for the morning market where guests in yukata can be seen shopping for souvenirs. From Tokyo, it is about 2 and a half hours in total by taking the Joetsu Shinkansen to Jomo Kogen Station then taking the bus to get to Katashina Village.
Hot spring inns/hotels in Oze Numata Oigami Onsen: 10
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Ginsyotei Awashima(群馬県 老神温泉 吟松亭あわしま)
Japanese mountain cuisine including salt grilled Iwana (char) and Sanzoku-nabe (Bandit’s Hot Pot) containing fresh wild mountain vegetables, fish from the mountain streams, wild mushrooms and other local ingredients from Oigam simmered in a miso-based broth.