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KAMENOI HOTEL NAGATORO YORII is a hot spring hotel in Yorii, Saitama, an area surrounded by bounteous nature. Opened in 1999, this is the only natural hot spring in Yorii. The scenic outdoor bath on the top floor offers superb views of the majestic mountains in Chichibu. The hotel offers a variety of guest rooms such as the calm spaces of Japanese-style rooms, the cheerful atmosphere of Western-style rooms, and mixed Japanese and Western style rooms with Japanese elements of relaxation and the comfort of a bed. There are also special mixed Japanese and Western rooms with a natural hot spring bathing area for an elegant time that is one step above the rest. Relax in the laid-back atmosphere of a town famous for its history and water.
The Chichibu and Nagatoro areas known for the scenic beauty of their natural valleys are easily accessible about 20 minutes away by car. It is also the ideal spot for sightseeing. Visitors can enjoy a leisurely stroll along the rocky outcroppings along the river—designated a scenic and natural national monument—or a boat ride down the river steered with a single pole while enjoying unique stories told by the boatman. This popular sightseeing spot includes other exciting activities such as swimming, camping, and dining in the prefecture’s popular shopping districts.
There are even more sightseeing spots in Yorii. About 5 minutes away by car is Lake Tsuburata, a mecca for Japanese crucian carp fishing. From the start of autumn foliage season to winter, visitors can enjoy pond smelt fishing here as well. Shorinji Temple, which is famous in the 500 Arhats, or disciples of the Buddha, is about 5 minutes away by car. Walk along the approach to the shrine while taking in the different expressions on the faces of the more than 500 stone Buddha statues to climb the 247-meter-high Mt. Rakan and enjoy the wide-open space at the summit. Also, at Roadside Station Ogawamachi, which is about 30 minutes away by car, you’ll find a shop that sells vegetables harvested that morning, and a restaurant that serves handmade udon and soba made with 100% locally-grown wheat. At the adjacent Saitama Craft Center, you can participate in various workshops such as making Japanese paper by hand, and various crafts that change each week. This spot is fun for the whole family, with grape picking from early August to early October, and mikan orange picking season from mid-October to mid-December.
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