Sainokawara Park

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Sainokawara Park is a great place for a stroll
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To the west of Kusatsu Onsen Town is Sainokawara Park. It was once feared as a spring that spawned a Japanese ogre, but those superstitions are a thing of the past. Today, the open-air riverside hot springs enjoy the popularity they deserve. Dappled around the area are shrines and monuments to literary figures and prominent historical visitors to the area.



521-3 Kusatsu, Agatsuma District, Gunma 377-1700 (Map) (Directions)


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A 10-minute walk from the yubatake in Kusatsu Onsen Town.

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