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As many of Nanao's best sites are spread across the city, by car is the most efficient way to travel. However, it's certainly possible and definitely rewarding to take a bicycle around to the many scenic spots found on and off the beaten path in Nanao. Those looking for a challenge can make a day out of cycling to the top of Joyama (Nanao's old castle ruins) to take in the view of Nanao city and its bay, followed by a trip to Wakura Onsen to soak in one of its many famous hot springs.
 
As many of Nanao's best sites are spread across the city, by car is the most efficient way to travel. However, it's certainly possible and definitely rewarding to take a bicycle around to the many scenic spots found on and off the beaten path in Nanao. Those looking for a challenge can make a day out of cycling to the top of Joyama (Nanao's old castle ruins) to take in the view of Nanao city and its bay, followed by a trip to Wakura Onsen to soak in one of its many famous hot springs.
  
For trips outside of the city the train is a viable option, with trains leaving roughly hourly going both north and south from the centrally located Nanao station. Take care not to board anything but a local (普通 ''futsū'') train, or else you might end up on a train that skips your desired stop ''and'' have to pay more for a ticket. Buses are also available at the station, leaving for various destinations at approximately the same intervals. Schedules can be made/found at [http://www.hyperdia.com hyperdia].
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For trips outside of the city the train is a viable option, with trains leaving roughly hourly going both north and south from the centrally located Nanao station. Take care not to board anything but a local (普通 ''futsū'') train, or else you might end up on a train that skips your desired stop ''and'' have to pay more for a ticket. Buses are also available at the station, leaving for various destinations at approximately the same intervals. Schdules can be made/found at [http://www.hyperdia.com hyperdia].
  
 
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