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Camp Site Togakushi Campsite

Togakushi Campsite
One of Japan's largest campground, in the foothills of the Togakushi Mountain Range.

This campground is located in Myoko-Togakushi renzan National Park, 1,200 m above sea level at the base of the Togakushi Mountain Range. It is one of Japan's most expansive campgrounds, with an area of 22 ha. Its attractions include cool air, cold water, an imposing area with the stone walls of the Togakushi Mountain Range looming above like the European Alps, and an open site where you can pitch a tent wherever you like without a reservation. Inside the campground, fresh water flows from sources in the Togakushi Mountain Range, and children enjoy carefree play by the wide, shallow waters. The adjacent Togakushi Farm is a popular spot where visitors can directly interact with cows, horses, goats, sheep, rabbits, guinea pigs, and other animals.

Facility Outline

Accommodation:Cottages (6), log cabins (33), bungalows (28)
Common-use Facilities:Cooking spot, outdoor hearths, restroom, coin-operated shower, coin-operated laundry
Open:8:30 – 17:00 (Reception, shop, rentals) * Time extended during busy season
Closed:Open throughout the camping season (Closed in winter: end of October – end of April)
Usage Fee:Requires a Fee
Foreign Languages Accommodated:English
Address:Togakushi Daidozawa 3694, Nagano City, Nagano Prefecture
The nearby Togakushi Farm is also popular
The nearby Togakushi Farm is also popular
Playing in a clear stream
Playing in a clear stream
Message from the Facility

Enjoy outdoor life to your heart's content amid the greatness of nature, removed from the outside world.

Togakushi is Japan's most famous spot for soba (buckwheat noodles). Even the campground has a Togakushi soba shop, letting you enjoy famed Togakushi te-uchi (hand-cut) soba noodles during your stay.

From your base at the Togakushi Campsite, head out to enjoy the natural, historical, and cultural facilities of Togakushi, including Togakushi Jinja Shrine, Kids’ Ninja Village, and climbing on Mt. Takatsuma, which is counted among the One Hundred Mountains of Japan.

General Manager, Togakushi Campsite
Yasuto Tsukada