Oze Marsh (Ozegahara)

Wetland / Marshland
The entrances to the Hatomachi-toge Pass, Oshimizu and Fujimishita hiking trails are located around 90 minutes' drive from the Numata Interchange of the Kan-Etsu Expressway, via National Route 120 and National Route 401 to Tokura. Oze Marsh (Ozegahara) is the largest alpine wetland area on Honshu, extending two kilometers north to south and six kilometers east to west, at an altitude of 1,400 meters, within Oze National Park, which straddles Gunma Prefecture, Niigata Prefecture and Fukushima Prefecture. Ozegahara, which is ringed by mountains (including Mt. Shibutsu, Mt. Hiuchigatake, and Mt. Keizuru), is a treasure-house of alpine wetland plants, including Asian Skunk Cabbage, Cottongrass, and Day Lily.

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Address
Katashina village of Tone-gun, Gunma prefecture
Phone
0278583222
Closed
[Early Nov.-Late Apr.] No entry due to road closure in winter
Fees
Free
Parking Lot
Not available * Parking lot available at each entrance

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