Kagamino Town

"Hot springs scattered around a scenic town."

Brief Introduction

Kagamino is a scenic town in northeastern Okayama Prefecture that is well known for its outstanding natural beauty. Located within the boundaries of the Chugoku Mountains, one of the most impressive aspects of the town is the number of natural hot springs to choose from. Japanese hot springs or onsen are world renown for their healing properties and overall health benefits. Kagamino Town has several hot spring resorts that are sure to bring you an unforgettable feeling of relaxation.

If you want to stay for an extended period time you have a wide choice of accommodation from hot spring resorts to log cabins and campgrounds.

A few days stay in Kagamino Town will afford you the opportunity to experience the grandeur of nature and the care that has gone into creating an environment where visitors can simply relax or decide to have an active vacation where they can immerse themselves in artistic or athletic pursuits.

The Fairywood Glass Museum is filled with exquisite works of hand blown glass. Glass sculpture and carefully crafted glassware are all on display and are sure peak your interest. There is also a well-appointed fine arts museum and a historical archive for art and history enthusiasts.

For the athletically minded there is a golf course, an athletic field and a playground all located in a picture perfect highland setting in the Okutsu district.

Foodies, hold on to your seats! Kagamino Town offers the best of Japanese cuisine in a most traditional of environments. Do you want to enjoy Japanese food over a sunken hearth? Well, you can do just that at a restaurant in town called Ippuku-tei. As a souvenir, take home some locally produced hot sauce made from chili pepper.

For a diverse and easily accessible getaway that has all the bases covered, visit Kagamino-cho.