Discover Azumino

Settled just below the Japanese Alps, Azumino is surrounded by gorgeous nature. Hike up Mount Tsubakuro or visit some of the local museums. Finish your day by rewarding yourself with a well-deserved soak in an onsen, a traditional hot spring!

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Getting around Azumino

The easiest way to get around in Azumino is by car, since many of the major sights and attractions are not accessible by public transportation. Though, since Azumino is located quite rurally, it is best to rent a car ahead from one of the bigger destinations close by. You can use our car rental widget in the FAQ menu below.

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How long to stay in Azumino

We recommend staying in Azumino for about one day. 
 

Seasonal information

Hiking:
The hiking season in this area typically runs from Spring until Autumn.

 

Festivals in Azumino

There is one famous festival here in the area. Please be advised that the following info is based upon previous entries of the festival and that the dates might have changed for the following year. It is also possible that the entire festival is cancelled in the case of heavy rainfall or a natural disaster. Please check with the official organisers' website for the most up-to-date information. 
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For the exact location of the festival, you can consult our map above by clicking on the icon in the upper most corner of the map to open the map legend. Festivals are hidden by default but can be made visible by clicking on the "Festivals" checkbox in the map legend.
 

  • Azumino Fireworks Festival

    • Date: August 14th

    • Time: 19:00 - 20:30

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