Introducing accommodations and sightseeing destinations in Kusatsu, a famous hot spring located north of Tokyo.

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Kusatsu Accommodations

Kusatsu Accommodations

"Kusatsu Onsen" Hot Springs, located north of Tokyo, is an area that has a large range of accommodations, from Japanese style ryokans, to large resort hotels, to warm and cozy inns. Travelers visiting Kusatsu are sure to find a place that suits their style or mood.

Accommodation list is here

Caution: Announcement regarding restrictions on access to areas around the Mt. Kusatsu-Shirane crater
On June 3 2014 the volcanic activity level around the crater of Mt. Kusatsu-Shirane was raised from the normal level 1 to level 2. Consequently, access to within 1km of the crater has been restricted; along with this, access to some of the facilities in the area and a part of National highway 292 has also been restricted.

Access to Kusatsu-onsen street is unaffected.

National highway and facilities access restricted.
・A part of the National highway 292 from Kusatsu-onsen bound for Nagano (Shika-Kusatsu road) will be closed in the evening (4:30pm-9am).
※ Access is allowed between 9am-4:30pm.
※ Bus services are operating as usual, however they will bypass Shirane-kazan
・Shirane rest house and Mt. Shirane parking lot are closed.
・The Yoshigadaira nature trail course is closed.

Ryokans provide a little insight into Japanese culture ordinary Western-style hotels cannot offer. There are many of these kinds of ryokans in Kusatsu.

The baths found at many of the accommodations are shared with other guests. There are manners that should be followed when using these public baths.

Prices for Japanese hotels and ryokans usually include dinner and breakfast. Meals will vary depending on where you stay, but many offer buffets, Japanese cuisine, and/or Western-style dishes for dinner.

Japanese-style rooms feature tatami mats. When entering a room with tatami mats, please remove your shoes. Some hotels and ryokans have staff that will lay out your futons at night while you are away from your room.

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