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Mt. Akagi

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Mt. Akagi is a prominent feature of natural beauty especially around Onuma Lake, Konuma Lake and Kakumanbuchi, a high moor. People can enjoy driving, camping, climbing, fishing and many other outdoor activities here.

Route 353 across the south side of Mt. Akagi is also called the “Akagi Breeze Line.” Along this line, there are many tourist spots such as Gunma Flower Park, the track for horse-back riding, and hot springs. “Soba Kaido” is another famous road which has lots of soba noodle restaurants along both sides.

Where to Go around Mt. Akagi

Onuma Lake

Onuma Lake

Onuma is a crater lake about 800,000 square meters in size. Tourists can enjoy walking around the lake along the well-organized walkway. It takes about 1 hour for the circuit.  In the summer, people can enjoy rowing a boat, camping, and other outdoor activities. In winter, ice-fishing for smelt is a very popular activity.


Kakumannfuchi

Kakumannfuchi

This is a high moor in the south-east of Onuma Lake. The wooden walkway leads you to a mysterious world of alpine plants.


Konuma Lake

Konuma Lake

It is located about 2 kilometers away from Onuma Lake. The beautiful natural setting  here too is pleasant. Colorful azaleas attract your eyes especially in the spring.


Shirakaba Bokujo (Shirakaba Pasture)

Shirakaba Bokujo (Shirakaba Pasture)

This 95-hectare pasture is known for its approximately 100,000 azaleas in full bloom from June to July.