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Narusawa Ice Cave Hotel & Travel Guide

Inhaling the clean air at Narusawa Ice Cave is the perfect way to ease your restless mind.

You'll be glad you journeyed to its home in Narusawa, 65 miles (105 kilometers) outside of Tokyo, the national capital.

Finding a place to stay in the vicinity of Narusawa Ice Cave shouldn't be too much trouble, since there are 5 accommodation options within 6 miles (10 kilometers). You can add the Sakuraan Kawaguchiko Hotel and Lakeland Hotel Mizunosato to your shortlist.

An easy walk of 0.4 miles (0.6 kilometers), 地球大使館 ソーラーカフェ Earth Embassy - Solar Cafe and Farm (8529-74, Narusawa Village (on R139 between Koyodai and Ice Cave), 鳴沢村) is just the location to have a meal after a busy day.

Other Things to Do Near Narusawa Ice Cave

You've spent a while getting here, so surely Narusawa Ice Cave is just the beginning. After you're done, be sure to investigate what else the area has to offer:

  • Make your way to Fugaku Wind Cave, a local cave that is a fascinating place to check out.
  • Even if you're not ready to climb to the highest peak, looking at Koyodai from afar is an unforgettable experience.
  • Make your way to Saiko Bat Cave, a local cave that is an intriguing place to see.
  • Browsing at Narusawa Road Station is a fun way to fit in with the locals.
  • After you've visited the more famous museums, consider what's on at Narusawa Mt. Fuji Museum.