THINGS TO DO

Kusatsu Onsen

Mt. Asama Magma Stone Park

Kusatsu, Manza, Kita-Karuizawa Area

Lava formed this work of art when Mt. Asama-yama erupted in 1783. Its name comes from the impressions of the people of the time, who said it looked like a devil had turned violent in the crater and pushed out the rocks. Enjoy the impressive panoramic site created by mother nature.

Basic Information

  • 1053 Kanbara, Tsumagoi-mura, Agatsuma-gun, Gunma
  • Mapcode: 737 094 024*70
  • ・ About 30 minutes by bus from Manza-Kazawaguchi Station on JR Agatsuma Line
    ・ Take the Seibu Kanko Bus from the north entrance of the Manza-Kazawaguchi Station on JR Agatsuma Line Platform 1 or 4 headed for Manza-bus-terminal, Kusatsu-onsen, or Onioshidashi-en for about 40 minutes. Get off at Onioshidashi-en.
    ・ About 45 minutes by car from Usui-Karuizawa IC of Joshin-Etsu Expressway via Naka-Karuizawa and Onioshi Highway
    ・ About 50 minutes by car from Komoro IC of Joshin-Etsu Expressway via Naka-Karuizawa and Onioshi Highway
    ※Onioshi Highway is a toll road.
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (last entrance at 4:30 PM) *Opening hours may change depending on seasons
  • Open 365 days
  • ▼Parking: Free (750 cars and 35 buses)
    ▼Admission:
    ・ Individuals: Adults (junior high school age and older): 650 yen, Children (elementary school age): 450 yen
    ・ Groups (15-50 persons) : Adults: 550 yen, Children: 350 yen
    ・ Groups (over 51 persons) : Adults: 450 yen, Children: 250 yen
    ・ Children under elementary school age: free
    * Admission fee may change depending on seasons.
  • https://www.princehotels.co.jp/amuse/onioshidashi/
  • Final day of update: April 3, 2020

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