Discover Komoro

Relax in the hot springs, work up a sweat on one of the many beautiful hiking trails or even make time for a trip to Komoro's city zoo. Known as the 'hilly city', the surrounding mountains make for a dry climate to enjoy your days.

Things to see and do

Tours and Activities

FAQs

Getting around in Komoro

The easiest way to get around in Komoro is by car, but most major sights and attractions are accessible by a combination of trains and busses. If you decide to rent a car, it is advised to do so from the nearest airport in the vicinity. You can use our car rental widget in the FAQ menu below. 

 

Travelers can also opt to buy the following passes to get around:

  • Karuizawa 1-Day Free Pass

    • Coverage: all buses between Karuizawa and Komoro

    • Duration: 1 day

    • Price: 2500 Yen

    • Where to buy: all train stations within the area

 

  • Karuizawa 2-Day Free Pass

    • Coverage: all buses between Karuizawa and Komoro

    • Duration: 2 days

    • Price: 3600 Yen

    • Where to buy: all train stations within the area

Getting to Komoro

Public transportation:

Travelers who come by train should get off at Komoro station. From there, some of the sights are within walking distance, while others might require a bus from Komoro station to get there. 

 

Car rentals:

How long to stay in Komoro

We recommend staying here for about one day. 

Hotels in Komoro

Seasonal information

Flower blossoms:

  • Yume Harvest Farm: lavender between June and July: click here to go the official website

 

Fruit picking:

  • Matsuino Orchards: picking Season: May - November: click here to go the official website

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Day trips from Komoro

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