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Travel Magazine

Nolla Naguri

The information included in this article is accurate at the time the article was written. There may be circumstances in which facilities are temporarily closed, or operating under changed business hours, as well as the sudden cancellation or postponement of events, so please remember to check the most recent information regarding facilities and events via the official website and other sources.


Here we will introduce the Nolla Naguri leisure area, which has recently been established in the Naguri area of Hanno City in Saitama Prefecture. It features a combination of leisure facilities and many opportunities to experience Nordic culture.


Here, visitors can enjoy Finland-style outdoor saunas and glamping while surrounded by nature, as well as Nordic-style BBQ! Additionally, a market and regular events are held on weekends.

Just a short one-hour trip from Tokyo, this tourist spot offers an enjoyable experience for everyone, adults and children alike, during which you can get in touch with the rich nature of the area while surrounded by an abundance of mountains, rivers, and breathtakingly fresh air.


“Nolla,” is from the Finnish language, meaning “zero,” and “nothing.” Thus, the concept behind the new Nolla Naguri area is, “To be a space where visitors can discard the noises and stress that build up during everyday life and spend meaningful time discovering their own personal, neutral state of being.”

【Central Park】

This is the central, wide grassy area. Visitors can enjoy day trips for a BBQ and events such as an outdoor cinema and musical performances on a stage made using materials from the Nishikawa Forest. (Due to the influence of COVID-19 these are currently canceled.) On weekends, markets and food markets are also held. As this is a public space, anyone can feel free to use it!


<Business Hours>

Summer (April 1 – September 30): 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Winter (October 1 – March 31): 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

【Sauna Club】

Here, you can rent an personal tent sauna from a selection of 9 different Finnish Tent Sauna ® varieties! Enjoy throwing aromatic water on the hot sauna stones and sweating from the löyly (steam) as it raises your body temperature while gently patting yourself down with the vihta (bundle of young birch leaves and branches), used to promote blood circulation and skin firmness, creating invigorating scents and making you feel as if you’re indulging in forest bathing. Furthermore, planning is underway for sauna events featuring Neppashi (Katsumasa Inoue – former pro-wrestler who has since become the so-called ‘Heat Master’) and DJs!

<Business Hours>
10:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Tent Sauna® 1-day private enjoyment plan
Weekdays: 10,000 yen (2 people), Holidays: 12,000 yen (2 people)
*For each additional person, there will be a charge of 2000 yen on weekdays (2500 yen on holidays).
*Up to 2 additional people (total 4 people)

*Reservations can be made via the official website.

【kokko BBQ】

At kokko BBQ everyone can enjoy Nordic-style BBQ. After the harsh winter is over, one activity Finnish people traditionally enjoy is heading outside for a fun BBQ! In Finnish, kokko means bonfire. Please visit and enjoy gathering with friends and loved ones around the bonfire to experience Nordic food culture and blessings that can only be found in the Noguri area.

In addition to the casual dining Joki plan, which includes a set menu of seasonal vegetables grown locally in Hanno as well as sausages, Australian beef, and other goodies, there are two other BBQ plans. Järvi, which in addition to the above, includes plank salmon and dessert, as well as Meri, which includes Japan-produced sirloin steak instead of Australian beef and an upgraded ‘luxury’ desert.


<Business Hours>

Weekdays from 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. (12:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. / 2:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.)

Weekends and Public Holidays from 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

(10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. / 12:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. / 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.)

<Prices> ※Current as of February 2021

Joki Plan  3,500 yen


・Boiled lake lobster or seasonal stew

・Seasonal vegetable salad

・Buttery mashed potatoes

・Seasonal mixed vegetables

・Domestic pork in a soy horseradish sauce

・Bacon and mushrooms

・Australian beef steak

・Finnish grilled sausages


Järvi Plan  4,500 yen

Menu: Joki Plan +

・Japanese cypress plank salmon

・Forest s’more (Dessert)


Meri Plan  6,000 yen

Menu: Järvi Plan +

・Domestically produced A5 sirloin steak (replacement for Australian beef steak)

・Fresh morning poultry with lemon mustard sauce

・Cheese fondue

・Forest fika (Dessert: replacement for the forest s’more)


※Drink prices are not included / All-you-can-drink plan can be added for 1,500 yen per person.

※Menu items are subject to change.

※Reservations can be made via the official website.

【Glamping Field】

An area comprised of a total of 10 glamping tents is scheduled to open in April 2021. Glamping eliminates all the hassle of setting up a tent, preparing food, and other bothersome tasks, leaving you free to enjoy all the good parts of being fully immersed in nature! We are currently underway with preparations to ensure that you can have a perfect, fully relaxing experience in nature-rich Naguri. There are even two tents available for visitors who are accompanied by their pets!

NEW!! Reservations via the official website have now started!!


Check-in:                3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.    Check-out: 10:00 a.m.


・Glamping Facilities

Glamping Facilities
30,000 yen – 48,000 yen (base fee)
*Additional charges apply for each additional guest.
*Up to 2 additional people

Pet fee: 30,000 to 48,000 yen
*The above basic fee includes the fee for 2 members
*Additional yen will be charged for additional guests, up to 2 guests can be added
*There is an additional fee for pets, 3,300 yen per pet, only 1 pet can be accommodated



・Night Sauna (Limited to glamping facility visitors)

・Meals (Dinner and Breakfast)

– Dinner: kokko BBQ Joki Plan

※Menu upgrades are available for an additional fee.

– Breakfast: Nordic-style breakfast

・Other activities (at an additional cost)

・Additional included services:

– Onsen ticket (For use at the adjacent Sawarabi-no-Yū Onsen)

– Use of the Nolla Naguri on-site showers.

– Use of other amenities.

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【Drink Stand】


Selling Nordic foods, drinks, and desserts. Enjoy the variety of products while taking a break from the sauna!


【Cafe & Shop Yamasemi】


At this cafe and shop you can find the concierges who act as tourist guides for the Naguri area. The store features a wide range of Nordic goods, Naguri-specialty manjū (steamed buns), and locally produced, processed agricultural and forestry goods.

Spending a relaxing time in the forest, tasting delicious foods only available in this area, purchasing wonderful everyday products that make daily life more enjoyable, and meeting with friendly people. If you could indulge in these products and experiences, imagine how enjoyable life would be! The shop aims to stimulate your imagination and help everyone realize the personal ‘richness’ in their everyday lives whilst inspiring new opportunities.

【Nolla Market】

Surrounded by the comforting scenery and verdant forests of the vast Naguri area, this weekend market offers locally sourced treasures including cooking ingredients and other miscellaneous goods. In addition to seasonal vegetables and fruits, the market offers processed products and a range of other goods, and visitors can enjoy lively conversation with store owners while shopping. No doubt you’ll find exactly what you’ve been looking for!

【Nolla Naguri Information】

Address: 607-1 Naguri, Shimonaguri, Hannō City, Saitama Prefecture

Telephone: 042-978-5522



○By public transport:

Approx. 100 minutes from Ikebukuro

Via the Seibu Ikebukuro Line: Board at Ikebukuro Station and alight at Hannō Station

※The limited express train takes approx. 39 min and the express train takes approx. 48 min.

Board the public bus from Hannō Station North Entrance bus stop 3 (approx. 41 min).

※Board the Kokusai Kogyo Bus (For Yunozawa, Naguri Bus Depot, and Nago)

→ Alight at「Nolla Naguri and Sawarabi-no-Yū Onsen」then continue on foot

※Board the Kokusai Kogyo Bus (For Yunozawa, Naguri Bus Depot, and Nago)

→ Alight at「Kawamata Naguriko Iriguchi 」and continue on foot for 10 min

○By car

Approx. 25 km via the Sayama-Hidaka Interchange and the Japan National Route 299 Highway

Approx 21 km via the Ōme Interchange and the Ōme City Osoki and Nariki Route

(Using Google Maps search for Nolla Naguri)


Reserved parking spaces: 20

A shared parking space at the adjacent Sawaribi-no-Yū Onsen is also available


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