Easy walking route to see the village’s many cherry blossoms, complete with hidden shrines and spots for local cuisine.
This 1-day itinerary features a limestone cave, one of the largest power plants in the world, and zip lining through the treetops.
A quiet morning of fishing, a local grandma’s homestyle Japanese cooking, and a leisurely e-bike ride through old forested backstreets.
Japanese Forest Therapy, or Forest Bathing, is the therapeutic act of going on a guided relaxation walk through nature.
Perfect for a family or group of friends who want to experience the main attractions of Uenomura, and some very comfortable cabins.
Sample several spots on the Kanna River. These clear waters are a great place to play, swim, wade, and float.
Take a leisurely bike ride down a scenic paved road through old Japanese neighborhoods and forested corridors bright with fall colors.
This past fall we joined a hiking tour on an intermediate trail up Mt. Kasamaru. Vibrant fall colors and great views.
Activities and sightseeing the whole family can enjoy amid the village’s beautiful fall colors.
Strawberry picking, snowless tubing, and nabe hotpot under the stars–plus make-your-own holiday wreath, and more!
Experience the local culture and history of a small Japanese village at a relaxing pace.
See a frozen waterfall, catch some winter river fish, and try your hand at airsoft at an outdoor game field.
Year Round Itineraries
Surrounded by vibrant green mountains, Uenomura has many unique sites for those adventurous enough to go check it out!
Enjoy a relaxing day of onsen and delicious local food in a quaint town surrounded by gorgeous green mountains.
Just the facts on some places to play, eat, shop, and stay in Uenomura.