Living in Nagano
Located in the center of Honshu, Nagano Prefecture is one of the few landlocked prefectures in Japan. Its capital, Nagano City, has a population of 387,146, and is one of the most popular cities in Japan for tourists, seeing over 1 million visitors per year. In 1998, Nagano hosted the Winter Olympics, the third Olympic event to be held in Japan. The largest ski resort in Japan, Shiga Kogen, is located in Nagano Prefecture, as well as many other mountain resorts, onsen, and a large portion of the highest mountain ranges in Japan. Even the Japanese macaque, a breed of monkey living in the region, enjoy the onsen. One of the highest rising geysers in the world, located at Shiga Lake, is also located in Nagano Prefecture.
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