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Only 365 steps to climb and there are many shops to see during your walk. There is footbath in the middle of the steps is great to take a rest. At the top, Ikaho Shrine is worth paying a respect. Walk further to the right...More
If you have issues with hills, take a taxi to the top of the townstairs/the bridge or the outdoor onsen and walk down the steps of the town. It was about 750 Yen, and made everything more pleasant. Walk down, enjoy the views, the temple,...More
I took the Shinkansen from Tokyo and changed to a local train at Takahashi to Shibukawa before catching the 20 minutes bus ride (bus platform 3) stopping at the Ikaho Onsen stpp instead of at the base of the stone steps. From here, we headed...More
It's a steep cobble stone steps so high heels are not recommended. Small children can climb to the top without any problem. Little shops on the side of the steps are mainly aimed for tourists and it's unfortunate you can't find any historical charm. Climb...More
Ikaho is old small hot spring area in Shibukawa city.
Good exercise to the top, 300+ steps and it's beautiful old area, with few things to see.lots of old school little stores on the both sides. Not worth paying money to do the games they...More
my partner is a fans of Initial D, so we decided to go Ikaho. if you are a fans of Initial D, it worth to visit. however, normal driving distance from Narita Airport to Ikaho is over 5 hours (including over 2 hours traffic jam...More
Is place has 400 years of history and has a great noodle shop close to the top with a classic old japanese style. Don't go here on the weekdays because Amosa of the shops and restaurants are closed. The weekend is best.