Nozawa Onsen ryokan are a very good option for those looking for quality Japanese service and traditional hospitality in Nozawa Onsen. There is nothing like combining light Japanese powder snow with a rich cultural experience, good food, plus a deep soaking onsen. Nozawa Onsen is the perfect place to do so with the many traditional style ryokan inns on offer. Below is the largest online listing of Nozawa ryokan, minka, minshuku and traditional inns.
There are numerous Nozawa Onsen ryokan and traditional inns from the very old to the very new. Sumiyoshiya Inn is a traditional ryokan with 15 Japanese-style guest rooms located in front of the famous Ogama geyser and features a delightful hot spring inn atmosphere. Tokiwaya Ryokan has been standing for over 360 years and is listed as one of Japan’s 100 famous onsen inns.
Shinkinyado Kawahiro is an old Japanese style house (minka) with a cooking fire in the middle of the room where guests can enjoy a cup of Japanese sake around the fire in the evening. In the somewhat cheaper range is Seisenso Inn Nozawa Onsen – a well-priced and comfortable inn with natural hot springs.
Nozawa Onsen visitors are truly spoiled in the choice of their Nozawa ryokan accommodation options if they wish to enjoy a traditional Japanese experience. However if you don’t see something here you like feel free to check out our budget accommodation options, minshuku, pension, ski lodges, hotels, inns or self-contained apartment lodgings.
Shinkinyado Kawahiro Hotel, Nozawa Onsen is an old Japanese style house (minka) with a cooking fire in the middle of the room where guests can enjoy a cup of Japanese sake around the fire in the evening.This centrally located traditional inn (right opposite the Nagasaka lifts) provides laundry facilities with drying room for ski gear, a ski gear storage room, plus big Japanese style hot spring cypress & rock baths/shower room on the ground floor. Read Nozawa ryokan reviews
Murano Hotel Sumiyoshiya Inn is a traditional Nozawa ryokan with 15 Japanese-style guest rooms located in front of the famous Ogama geyser (see map) and features a delightful hot spring inn atmosphere. There are indoor and outdoor onsen available but many rooms have an ensuite. It’s delicious kaiseki and local cuisines are made from seasonal ingredients and served at the ryokan’s Japanese restaurant. The clean, well-designed interior is decorated with many works of art. Read Sumiyoshiya reviews
Tokiwaya Ryokan, Nozawa Onsen Centrally located in Nagano’s Nozawa Onsen area, Ryokan Tokiwaya has been standing for over 360 years and is listed as one of Japan’s 100 Famous Onsen. Known for its natural hot springs and foot baths, this ryokan’s hot springs are certified all-natural. Read and write reviews about Tokiwaya Ryokan
Seisenso Inn is a well-priced and comfortable ryokan with natural hot springs open 24 hours for guests convenience. Seisenso is a popular affordable alternative from other accommodation in Nozawa Onsen with rates starting around 5,000 yen per person, per night. The inn provides generously sized evening meals of carefully prepared, homemade Japanese dishes using only the best local produce. The owners run a ramen noodle restaurant and the bourbon bar “Stay”, which offers discounted rates for in-house guests. See Seisenso Inn reviews
Kawamotoya Nozawa Onsen is a Nozawa Onsen institution that reopened in December 2011 as a boutique ryokan. This inn comprises of 23 guests rooms. Eight rooms have their own private bathroom and fifteen guests rooms have a private toilet. From the east side of the Kawamotoya guests have a nice view on the Nozawa Onsen Ski Resort whilst to the west side of the guests will enjoy a vista of the mountains.
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Ginrei is a cosy, family run, traditional Japanese inn. It is located a few metres down the road from a public onsen, Akiha no yu. The in-house onsen is also open 24hours. It is an easy walk to both the snow and the village centre.
Nakamura Inn is run by the super friendly Nakamura family. This establishment is right near Chuo Terminal and the main street. In summer the family work as carpenters and in winter they open their doors to guests. Just a 250m walk to all the restaurants!
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