1. Zenko-ji Temple

    Address: Motoyoshicho-491, Nagano, Nagano Prefecture 380-0851, Japan
    Zenko-ji Temple is one of the most important and popular Buddhist temples in Japan. It is said to have been founded in the 7th century and houses the first Buddhist statue ever brought to Japan.
  2. Snow Monkey Park

    Address: 6845 Heion, Yamanouchi-machi, Shimotakai-gun, Nagano-ken 381-0401, Japan
    The Snow Monkey Park is a popular tourist attraction where visitors can observe wild Japanese macaques (snow monkeys) in their natural habitat. The monkeys are known for their unique behavior of soaking in hot springs during the winter months.
  3. Kamikochi

    Address: Kamikochi, Matsumoto, Nagano Prefecture 390-1516, Japan
    Kamikochi is a scenic valley in the Northern Japan Alps, known for its stunning natural beauty and hiking trails. Visitors can enjoy views of snow-capped peaks, crystal-clear streams, and colorful alpine flora.
  4. Togakushi Shrine

    Address: Togakushi, Nagano, Nagano Prefecture 381-4101, Japan
    Togakushi Shrine is a complex of five shrines located in the mountains near Nagano. The shrines are known for their beautiful architecture, ancient trees, and association with the ninja tradition.
  5. Matsumoto Castle

    Address: 4-1 Marunouchi, Matsumoto, Nagano Prefecture 390-0873, Japan
    Matsumoto Castle is one of Japan's most famous and beautiful castles, known for its unique black color and elegant design. The castle dates back to the 16th century and is a popular destination for history and architecture enthusiasts.
  6. Hakuba Ski Resort

    Address: Hokujo, Hakuba, Kitaazumi District, Nagano Prefecture 399-9301, Japan
    Hakuba Ski Resort is one of Japan's premier ski destinations, known for its excellent snow conditions and wide range of runs for all skill levels. The resort hosted several events during the 1998 Winter Olympics.
  7. Shiga Kogen Ski Resort

    Address: Yakebitaiyama, Yamanouchi-machi, Shimotakai-gun, Nagano-ken 381-0405, Japan
    Shiga Kogen Ski Resort is one of the largest ski resorts in Japan, with over 20 interconnected ski areas and more than 80 runs. The resort is known for its beautiful scenery and diverse terrain.
  8. Nagano Olympic Stadium

    Address: 602-1 Kusakabe, Nagano, Nagano Prefecture 380-0928, Japan
    Nagano Olympic Stadium was the main venue for the 1998 Winter Olympics, hosting the opening and closing ceremonies as well as several events. The stadium is now used for various sports and cultural events.
  9. Zenko-ji Museum

    Address: 491 Motoyoshicho, Nagano, Nagano Prefecture 380-0851, Japan
    Zenko-ji Museum is located on the grounds of Zenko-ji Temple and houses a collection of Buddhist art and artifacts. The museum's highlights include ancient statues, paintings, and religious objects.
  10. Kaichi Gakko School

    Address: 3-2-1 Kaichi, Matsumoto, Nagano Prefecture 390-0874, Japan
    Kaichi Gakko School is a historic school building that dates back to the Meiji period. The building is now a museum that showcases the history of education in Japan, with exhibits on traditional teaching methods and school life.