Discover Nishizawa Valley

Nishizawa Valley is located within the Chichibu Tama Kai National Park and as such is perfect for nature and hiking lovers. It is home to some truly unique ravines and waterfalls. 

Things to see and do

FAQs

Getting around in Nishizawa Valley

The easiest way to get around in Nishizawa Valley is on foot, since most of the sights are within walking distance from each other and the area is well-suited for hiking in general.

Getting to Nishizawa Valley

Public Transportation:

Travelers who come by train will have to transfer at Enzan station. From there, it is around 1 hour by bus to most sights within Nishizawa Valley. Be advised that buses run infrequent in this area. For up-to-date bus schedules, we recommend syncing Google Maps with our customized map above (to do this: click the top right icon on the map to expand to full screen, and select a route between your destination and your current destination). 

 

Nearest Airport:
The nearest and most convenient airport is Haneda Airport in Tokyo. 

  • by car: approximately 3 hours

  • by public transport: approximately 4 hours and 20 minutes

 

Rental Cars:

How long to stay in Nishizawa Valley

We recommend staying here between half a day and one day. 
 

Hotels in Nishizawa Valley

Flights to Nishizawa Valley

Nearest Airport:
The nearest and most convenient airport is Haneda Airport in Tokyo. 

  • by car: approximately 3 hours

  • by public transport: approximately 4 hours and 20 minutes

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Day trips from Nishizawa Valley

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Cycling around the lake is something that is certainly not to be missed, or watch ...

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Distance, km: 59.96

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