Discover the best top things to do in Kusatsu, Japan including Lake Biwa Museum, Aeon Mall Kusatsu, Ishiyamadera Temple, Yabasekihanto Park, Aquatic Plants Garden Mizunomori, Kusatsujuku Honjin, Sandai Shrine, Tatiki Shrine, Rokuha Park, Michinoeki Kusatsu.
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4.5 based on 129 reviews
I traveled in a group, and we got one native english speaker (staff) to guide us. It was fun to know almost all the facts and the explanation in english.
the most interesting part is the aquarium. There are many tanks, and they even have many special tanks for breeding and also for research.
4 based on 45 reviews
I usually take bus from Seta station to here. It costs around 200 yen. There are many shops to enjoy. There are restaurants on first floor and food court on higher floor (can't remember which floor but food there is also good). There's supermarket on first floor as well.
4.5 based on 263 reviews
Ishiyamadera has always been one of my favorite temple complexes. The Gardens are wonderful and the tues to Basho and Murasaki Shikibu add to the experience. In autumn the color and Gardens are especially beautiful and add to the experience. Be sure to explore away from main buildings and buy the 1200 yen ticket at the front gate to see everything.
4 based on 39 reviews
A wide-open playground with lots of jungle gym equipment, slides, etc. for kids to climb up and play on. There is also an area (costs a few hundred yen) where you can ride bicycles of different shapes and sizes, as well as a huge space to play catch or fly a kite.
4 based on 34 reviews
The official website provides a calendar of plants good to see in different months. I visited in March. There were not much to see except the greenhouse and the flowers near the entrance. The garden was windy. The greenhouse is great though lotus was not in full bloom when I visited. I have seen some leaves beautiful like flowers that I have never seen before. Impressive! The restaurant provides soft ice cream of lotus flavour but I did not try. Visitors can buy a combo ticket if they intend to go to Lake Biwa Museum which is 5 minutes' walk away.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
On my own, I would never even have thought of coming here. Someone in our group had a strong urge to see wisterias if still possible (this was May 8th). Our hotel GM advised that they were still around, but we had to go on a bit of a drive out of Kyoto. An hour's drive in a Jumbo taxi for the 8 of us saw us in a dusty carpark just off Lake Biwa, in the middle of rice fields. It didn't look very promising, but the people we passed coming out as we were entering the shrine were smiling.
A short queue to pay for entry, and we were there right under the wisterias, snapping away happily with all the other visitors.
3.5 based on 20 reviews
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3.5 based on 18 reviews
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