Tamagomizu and Large Katsura Tree of MyogasasuGeosite 11
Tamagomizu (literally means “egg water” in Japanese) is a spring water that smells of sulfur, and it is one of the multiple sulfur fountains located along the faults around Chichibu Basin. People in the past are said to have drank the water for curing or mixed it in their bath.
The large katsura tree of Myogasasu located on the mountain stream of Anyagawa River is one of the largest katsura trees in Saitama Prefecture with a circumference of 11m and height of 30m, and the tree is said to be around 450 years old.
- Train: Approx. 40-minute walk from Chichibu Railway Bushu-Nakagawa Station.
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