Lodge Yukiyama is located in Nozawa Hot Springs, a historic village steeped in tradition that is built around a hot spring discovered in the 700s.
In addition to the symbolic Oyu hot spring, the village has 13 public bath facilities, each with water from a different source and a different style of building. This diverse variety sets Nozawa Hot Springs apart from other hot spring villages.
Nozawa Hot Springs is also in one of Japan’s snowiest areas with some of the best skiing and snowboarding conditions, making it a hugely popular winter destination among Japanese and overseas tourists alike. If you want to enjoy winter sports and experience traditional Japanese culture, this is the place for you – and Lodge Yukiyama is the place to stay!
At Lodge Yukiyama, you’ll enjoy warm hospitality and delicious meals made from local ingredients.
|Address||7723-1 Oaza-Toyosato, Nozawa Onsen-mura, Shimo-Takai-gun, Nagano Prefecture 389-2502, Japan|
|Phone / Fax||0269-85-2333 / 0269-85-4116|
|Check In / Check Out||From 3:00pm / By 10:00am|
The hot springs at Nozawa Hot Springs are one of a kind.
The abundant, high-quality water will ease your tiredness and rejuvenate your body and soul.
Nozawa Hot Springs has 13 bath houses, each from a different source. One, Akiba no Yu, is just a two-minute walk from Lodge Yukiyama. The perfect way to relax and warm up after a day skiing or snowboarding!
Akiba no Yu is located away from the main street of the village, in a residential area up a hill.
The water contains Glauber’s salt (sodium sulfate), gypsum (calcium sulfate) and sulfur, and eases ailments such as piles, diabetes, rheumatism, paralysis and nerve pains.
The nearest ski slope to Lodge Yukiyama, Nagasaka Ski Slope, can be reached from a gondola two minutes from the lodge. Only in a village like this can you relax in a hot spring right after skiing or snowboarding.
＞＞Nozawa Onsen Snow Resort
Lodge Yukiyama has a total of 10 Japanese style rooms. Enjoy a stunning view of the Nozawa hot spring village from your window as you relax in your room.
Lodge Yukiyama has two baths, one for men and one for women. 2-in-1 shampoo and conditioner and body soap are available.
Enjoy a leisurely dinner and breakfast while taking in spectacular views from the large windows surrounding you in this beautiful dining room.
The perfect place to chat with other travelers while enjoying a drink (charge applies for drinks).
|Facilities||Air conditioning (cooler/heating), TV
The bath, washbasins and toilets are communal.
|Amenities||Hand towel, bath towel, toothpaste and toothbrush|
Enjoy traditional homestyle Japanese cuisine packed with local ingredients. Relax and watch the sun set over Nozawa Hot Springs as you enjoy your delicious meal.
If you’re here for a while, why not learn the traditional Japanese art of flower arranging?
The proprietress of Lodge Yukiyama will teach you how to make a beautiful wreath.
Tokyo Station→（Hokuriku Shinkansen: Approx. 1 hr. 40 min.）→Iiyama Station→（Nozawa Liner nonstop bus: Approx. 25 min.）→Nozawa Onsen
Tokyo Station→（Hokuriku Shinkansen: Approx. 1 hr. 30 min.）→Nagano Station→（JR Iiyama Line: Approx. 40 min.）→Iiyama Station→（Nozawa Liner nonstop bus: Approx. 25 min.）→Nozawa Onsen
Nagoya Station→（Shinano Limited Express, Chuo Main Line: Approx. 3 hrs.）→Nagano Station →（JR Iiyama Line: Approx. 40 min.）→Iiyama Station→（Nozawa Liner nonstop bus: Approx. 25 min.）→Nozawa Onsen
Kanazawa Station→（Hokuriku Shinkansen: Approx. 1 hr. 15 min.）→（Nozawa Liner nonstop bus: Approx. 25 min.）→Nozawa Onsen
Kanazawa Station→（Hokuriku Shinkansen: Approx. 1 hr. 15 min.）→Nagano Station→（JR Iiyama Line: Approx. 40 min.）→Iiyama Station→（Nozawa Liner nonstop bus: Approx. 25 min.）→Nozawa Onsen