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Maebashi, Japan
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Cheapest month:January
Most expensive month:April
Average price in Maebashi:₱4,911/night
Cheapest price found:₱1,735/night
Cheapest day:Tuesday
Most expensive day:Saturday
₱2,634 - ₱10,898
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₱2,747 - ₱8,194
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Cheapest hotels in Maebashi, Japan

APA Hotel Maebashieki-Kita
6.8 Good
1-8-3, Mikawacho, Maebashi-Shi, Maebashi, Japan
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1.5 km from city centre, Maebashi, Japan 

APA Hotel Maebashieki-Kita provides 3-star accommodation in Maebashi. Those staying at the property can also make use of complimentary Wi-Fi.

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Comfort Hotel Maebashi
7.3 Good
2-18-14 Omote-cho, Maebashi, Japan
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1.9 km from city centre, Maebashi, Japan 

Comfort Hotel Maebashi provides comfortable 3-star accommodation in Maebashi. A short walk from Yu-yu, it offers comfortable rooms equipped with a refrigerator.

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Toyoko Inn Maebashi Ekimae
8.7 Excellent
3-9-1, Minami-Cho, Maebashi, Japan
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2.1 km from city centre, Maebashi, Japan 

Toyoko Inn Maebashi Ekimae provides a comfortable setting while in Maebashi. It features comfortable rooms with a private bathroom and a kitchenette.

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Bells's Inn Maebashi
6.6 Good
Omotemachi 2-24-1, Maebashi, Japan
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1.9 km from city centre, Maebashi, Japan 

Bells Inn Maebashi is located in Maebashi and offers free Wi-Fi. It provides 3-star accommodation with air-conditioned rooms.

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Where to stay in Maebashi

About Maebashi

Backed by the volcanic peak of Mount Akagi-yama, Maebashi is a picturesque city famed for its flower parks and gardens. Akagi’s waterfalls and crater lake offer a range of recreational pursuits throughout the year while Maebashi’s memorials and museums honour the people and industries that have shaped the city.

Things to do in Maebashi

Enjoy a stroll through Shikishima Park along the banks of the Tone River, where more than 600 varieties of roses and over 2,500 pine trees have been planted. See the memorial dedicated to the much-loved Japanese poet Sakutaro Hagiwara and learn about Maebashi’s history of silk production at the Sericulture Memorial Museum.

Visit the beautiful Gunma Flower Park, which sprawls along the southern slopes of Mount Akagi-yama. In addition to its Japanese garden designed with traditional aesthetics, it features an English garden, colourful flower beds and greenhouses showcasing plant species from the Philippines, Indonesia and Brazil.

Follow the leafy trail to the base of Fudo-Otaki Falls, which plunges 32 metres down the side of Mount Akagi-yama. Admire the golden leaves in autumn, the mist and rainbows of summer or the icicles that form on the cascade in winter, then enjoy soaking in the nearby Takizawa Onsen.

Don’t miss experiencing Lake Onuma, which occupies the crater at the summit of the mountain. It hosts an azalea festival in June and is particularly photogenic during autumn. It’s also a popular winter destination for ice fishing when the lake freezes.

Getting around Maebashi

Maebashi is just over two hours by train from Tokyo and around 2.5 hours from Haneda Airport. Both trains and buses travel throughout the city.

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