Nasu Heisei-no-Mori Forest 那須平成の森 

Have a healing journey into the woodland!

Have a healing journey into the woodland!
Have a healing journey into the woodland!
Have a healing journey into the woodland!
Have a healing journey into the woodland!
Have a healing journey into the woodland!
Have a healing journey into the woodland!
Have a healing journey into the woodland!
Have a healing journey into the woodland!
Have a healing journey into the woodland!
The 560-hectare forest, used to be a part of the Nasu Imperial Villa, is opened to the public as “Nasu Heisei-no-Mori Forest”. In the ancient beech woodland, wildlife includes foxes, rabbits, bears and dormice (the natural treasure). The park provides well-maintained trails, various nature programmes and guided walks. In winter, visitors can make their way through the forest wearing snowshoes. The tree- covered mystic “Komadome Waterfall” is a must-see spot.
  • Have a healing journey into the woodland!
  • Have a healing journey into the woodland!
  • Have a healing journey into the woodland!
  • Have a healing journey into the woodland!
  • Have a healing journey into the woodland!
  • Have a healing journey into the woodland!
  • Have a healing journey into the woodland!
  • Have a healing journey into the woodland!
  • Have a healing journey into the woodland!

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Basic Information

Address 3254 Oaza-Takakuhei, Nasu-machi, Nasu-gun, Tochigi
Telephone Number 0287-74-6808 (Nasu Heisei-no-Mori Field Centre)
Website http://www.nasuheiseinomori.go.jp
Business Hours 09:00-17:00 (April to November)
09:30-16:30 (December to March)
Days Closed for Business Every Wednesday except May, August and October (when a national holidayn falls on Wednesday, the following day will be closed.)
Price Free
DirectionsBy public transport: Take the Toya bus for Nasu Ropeway from JR Nasu-Shiobara station on the Tohoku Shinkansen or Kuroiso station on the JR Utsunomiya line to “Nasu-Yumoto” bus stop. From there, about 20-minute taxi ride
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