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Where to stay in Nozawa Onsen

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Hi guys, me and my wife are planning a trip to Japan next winter and we are going to stay in Nozawa Onsen for 10 days for a bit of powder hunting, and I was wondering if I could get some advice on where to stay and also any other tips would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

Lew
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We stayed at Kiriya Ryokan http://kiriya.jp/eng/ a few years ago - fantastic place with great food and really friendly, helpful staff. It also has its own onsen Very Happy
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Thank you for the link, i’m Checking it out now. Do you have any idea how much it cost when you went there ?
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I can't remember, sorry. We booked it all through Ski Safari (who were also very helpful).
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This might be left field, however our esteemed weather guru, has the sign on nosawaonson. Check the weather thread and ask perhaps. Cant be a coincidence surely? ( weather outlook 19/20)
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We stayed here some years ago 9000 Yen with dinner. Not a Ryokan - but Minshuku - very basic and only Japanese spoken.

I choose it only because of the rotenburo and the location. Madeye-Smiley

https://nozawakanko.jp/spot/spot659/

It is deep in the village and close to Asagama and the Yu Road. A bit reserved hosts.
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https://travel.rakuten.co.jp/HOTEL/16294/16294.htmshuku l

It is called Minshuku Asaya.
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https://travel.rakuten.co.jp/HOTEL/16294/16294.html
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And if you want to spoil the wife, the neighbour place was in play too - but no place to take outside bath with the wife!

http://azegamikan.net/index.html

Host was very nice - only Japanese spoken.
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Thank you very much I will check it out now, we don’t really mind basic I think it’s a bit strange that there are no en-suite baths/showers there but I’m assuming that’s what the Onsens are for?
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Yes, that is the traditional Japanese lodging.

En-suited is more a western influence.

And in the bath or onsen you socialize, but Asaya rotenburo can only take 2-3 persons - and there is only one.

If you book such places go through the Nozawa Onsen turist info - they would be helpful - but be in good time.

There are quite some western/half and half run Lodges as well. https://www.tanukinozawa.com/

This one is not down in the village but higher up a bit above Hikage: http://www.sasa-nozawa.com


https://craftroomjp.files.wordpress.com/2012/11/nozawatownmap2013.png a (older version, but may company maps leave out many lodges they don't work with)


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Haven’t been for a while but always stayed at Pension Schnee. Super friendly and ski in ski out.

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thank you all for your suggestions, it’s really helping us plan out our once in a lifetime trip
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@Hyst, Looking at the map is it possible to ski over to the Nagasaka Gondola? Also can you remember how the food was?
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@Mac46

Can only answer about Asaya - food was standard Minshuku - but plenty - not gorgeous. If food is the main thing for you this is not the place - but they are local farmers and supply good quality.

Main thing for us was the Rotenburo were we could have onsen together Madeye-Smiley - it is a real onsen. Inside is segregated just used it for washing.

They have a carpark "underground" and need to be a bit advangouis in driving that deep into the village.

I was quite some years ago and lot of snow came while we were there - made leaving by car interesting. Toofy Grin

My brother in law was not happy about the narrow "streets" to the place! Toofy Grin

And yes you can ski over to Nagasaki, but have to go up first:

http://www.nozawaski.com/en/pdf/gelandemap2018_E.pdf

Japanese no problem for you I suppose. snowHead

view from our room down on the "street"



and up the mountain



Snow was plenty over New Year that year.

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