Okushiga Kogen Yamanouchi

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Okushiga Kogen

Διεύθυνση Okushigakogen, Yamanouchi-Machi,shimotakai-Gun, Na
Πόλη Yamanouchi
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The hotel has a small, hexagonal shaped music hall, made of timber. With some advices by Mr. Seiji Ozawa, one of the most famous orchestra conductors in the world, the hall has very excellent sound effects. In Summer, concerts are organized there. At the end of day, whichever in Summer or in Winter, guests' fatigue would be relieved in public bath and jacuzzi, where they could enjoy the panramic view of montains at the same time. It is worth to taking a long journey to Okushiga Kogen area because of the breathtaking scenery of the mountainous and either tranquil environment surrounded by green nature at high altitude or excellent snow-white skii resort. All rooms are spacious with natural wooden walls in a log-house style and equipped with hair dryer, refrigerator and television. All bathrooms are kept in good condition. There is a restaurant offering fine French Cuisine. The sophisticated presentation of meals are made by the chef. Is spite of the restaurant name "Gendai"(means "modern" in Japanese), it provides not only modern cuisine but also classic menu with local fresh foods from surrounding nature environment. The Lounge Bar has a fireplace as the focal point and skiers can exit for the slopes directly. It is medium sized with the reception desk at the right of lobby. Some seating areas where guests can enjoy the fabulous mountain views.


The hotel is in the heart of the mountainous region of Shiga-Kogen Heights, north of Nagano, at altitudes 1600 meters above sea level. Guests coming from Tokyo need to take first the Bullet train to Nagano (90 minutes), change to the express train operated by the local railway company, Nagano Dentetsu bound for Yudanaka. From Yudanaka station, another 55minutes journey by local bus. Otherwise it is 105minutes bus ride from Nagano station to the hotel.(Operated by Nagano Dentetsu, bound for Shiga Kogen) This area is one of the most famous skiing resorts in Japan and well-known area for Alpine ski races of the Nagano Winter Olympic Games in 1998.