Former British Embassy Villa
The 19th-century diplomat Ernest Satow built his personal villa on the southern shore of Lake Chuzenji. It was later taken over by the British Embassy. The two-story building has now been restored and is open to the public.
This park in Nasu has been beautifully landscaped with a total of 318 trees carefully laid out in a riverine setting. It provides a space for healing and relaxation, while inspiring visitors to think about man's relationship with nature.
The sport of canyoning involves hiking and sliding down mountain streams. There are numerous watercourses suitable for canyoning in the Kinugawa area.
From Tokyo, it takes about two hours by train to Nikko; from there, it's a 50-minute bus ride to Lake Chuzenji. To Kinugawa-Onsen, it takes about two and a half hours by train. And to reach Nasu, it takes about 70 minutes by Shinkansen bullet train to Nasushiobara.