The Akagi Nanmen Senbon-Zakura is a long row of cherry trees running a distance of 3.5km from Route 353 to the Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry's Akagi building. During the blooming season around 1,000 cherries bloom and create a massive tunnel of cherries.
To Hirosegawa Museum: By Train and Bus: Get off the JR train at the Maebashi Station and take a bus to Shibukawa. Get off the bus at Chiyoda-machi 3-chome. By Car: Both of the museums are located about 15 minutes from Maebashi Exit off the Kannetsu Expressway. After the expressway, take Route 17 to the center of Maebashi City.
Engishikinaisha Akagi-jinja Shrine which enshrines Mt. Akagi. This is a shrine that sits at the summit of Mt. Akagi. At the summit of Mt. Akagi there is a caldera lake called Onuma, and this shrine is located on the banks. The shrine is dedicated to Mt. Akagi itself, and people come here to pray for good health, good luck, prosperous business, and more.
Maebashi is located at the foot of Mount Akagi in the northeast corner of the Kantō Plain. It is also surrounded by Mount Haruna and Mount Myōgi. Two rivers run through the city: the Tone River, Japan's second-longest, and the Hirose River. Maebashi is the farthest from the sea (about 120 km) of all Japanese prefectural capitals.