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Nishi-Itoya in Kamikochi

Foreigner-friendly lodge in the heart of the Kamikochi basin.

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Yumoto Saito-Ryokan in Shirahone

Grand, historical ryokan featuring Shirahone’s unique milky-white onsen water.

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Narai-juku Post Town

"Narai of a Thousand Houses" -- Longest Post Town in all of Japan.

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Ishii Miso Factory

Matsumoto’s Famous Maker of Aged Miso

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Shinano Wine (Winery Tour)

Third Generation Winery

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Tsugaike Nature Park

A 1900 meter Altitude Treasure-Trove of Alpine Flowers

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Ryokan Sugimoto in Matsumoto's Utsukushigahara Onsen

3-Story Wooden Inn featuring jazz music and folk craft touches.

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Hakuba's Hotel Goryukan

At the foot of the Happone Ski Area. Unbeatable meals and onsen baths.

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K’s House Hakuba Alps

Reasonably priced lodging with full amenities.

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Ishii Miso Restaurant

Limited Availability (10 Servings per Day) Miso-based Lunch Straight from the 'Kura' (Maker).

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Hakuba Yamano-Hotel

Stylish Hotel Adjacent to the Happoone Ski Area Opposite the Olympic Ski Jump.

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Hakuba Onsen Ryokan Shirouma-So

Award-Winning Mountain Resort Ryokan

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Hotel Hakuba Berg House

Recently Remodeled Ski Lodge with Views of the Hakuba Mountain Range.

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Echigoya Ryokan in Narai-Juku

Immerse in an Edo-era Inn in Edo-era Post Town Narai-juku

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Hakuba Mominoki Hotel

Government-registered Luxury Resort Hotel Featuring an Onsen Outdoor Bath.

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Candela Guest House in Matsumoto

Hideaway Located in a Remodeled Miso Warehouse 5 min from Matsumoto Castle.

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Hotel Shoho in Matsumoto's Utsukushigahara Onsen

Matsumoto City – Utsukushigahara Onsen’s Landmark Accommodation.

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Matsumoto BackPackers

Guesthouse in a Typical Japanese Residence Minutes from Matsumoto Castle & Station.

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Oyado Iseya in Narai-Juku

Friendly Service and Delicious Kiso Home Cooking.

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HAKUBA TOKYU HOTEL

International Resort Hotel Fashioned after a European Mountain Lodge, at Hakuba’s Mt. Happoone.

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Hoshino Resorts KAI Matsumoto

Art-Filled Inn Featuring a Blend of Traditional and Modern Japanese Design.

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Tokusawa-en in Kamikochi

Base for Climbing the Northern Alps, or Rest Stop While Walking the Kamikochi Basin.

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Kamikochi Imperial Hotel

Built in 1933, Japan’s First Mountain Lodge.

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Hakuba Springs Hotel

Small Hotel with a Big Heart at the Base of Happo-One in the Northern Japanese Alps.

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Hotaka View Hotel

Resort Hotel at the Base of the Northern Japanese Alps.

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Hoshino Resorts KAI Alps in Omachi

Hoshino Resort’s “Japanese Countryside”-themed Inn in Omachi.

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Hotel La Neige Higashi-kan in Hakuba

Hakuba’s Small, Luxurious Hotel in the Woods.

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Hotel Espoir Misawa at Tsugaike

Adjacent to the Tsugaike ski slope At the base of Hakuba Mtn.

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Matsumoto's Ryokan (Hotel) Marumo

"Dozo" Storehouse-styled Inn Steeped in Matsumoto's Castle Town Ambience.

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Happo Bijin

One Bowl Is All It Takes to Totally Enjoy Hakuba: Go-Tochi (Local) Ramen.

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Ohyokkuri Happo Honten

Grandma's Hakuba Homestyle Cooking.

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Au Crieur de Vin

Casual French Cuisine.

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Kita-Alps Bokujyo

Great-Tasting Dairy from Cows Growing in Azumino's Natural Wonder.

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The Pub

Hakuba's Authentic English Pub with Darts and Pool.

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Ogino’s Steakhouse

Japanese Wagyu Steaks and Nagano Gibier Wild Game.

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Izakaya Kaz

Stylish Modern Izakaya Featuring Teppanyaki Grill and Sushi.

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Shara Japanese Restaurant

Locally-Run Restaurant Serving Sushi, Tempura, Shabu-shabu and Sukiyaki.

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The Beach Bar

Southern Tropical Beach-Themed Bar in the Hakuba's Wadano neighborhood.

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Kurassic-kan

Coffee Shop in a Storehouse Built in 1888, With a Japanese Garden.

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Oni no Kuriya

Oven-steamed Rice Dishes at a Road Station with Onsen.

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Kikyoya

Simply Hakuba's Best Sushi.

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Soba Tokkuriya

Handmade Japanese Cuisine in and Edo-era Post Town.

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Bakery Cafe SWEET in Nawate

Matsumoto's Old-Time Bakery Cafe.

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Say (Soan Annex Zama) in Nakamachi

Soan's Location in Matsumoto's Historical Nakamachi District.

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Ajari Cafe

Home of the Popular Ajari Burger.

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Marumo

Folkcraft-themed Coffee Shop for Coffee Enthusiasts.

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Matsumoto's Hotel Buena Vista

Matsumoto's Landmark City Hotel.

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Alpine Yoga

Yoga Training in the Midst of the Hakuba Mountains.

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Fruit Picking at a Full-Scale Orchard in Shiojiri

Large-Scale Orchard Boasting Magical Varieties of Grapes.

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Izutsu Wine (Winery)

Winery with a View of the Northern Alps, Surrounded by Picturesque Vineyards

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Matsumoto Castle (National Treasure)

One of Japan's Finest Castles, With the Japanese Alps as a Backdrop

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Nakamachi Street in Matsumoto City

Matsumoto's Commercial Street with Distinctive Black & White Contrasting Storehouses

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Nawate Dori (street) in Matsumoto City

Frog Street -- Matsumoto's Edo Era-themed Shopping Street

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Matsumoto City Museum of Art

Museum Featuring Works by Matsumoto's Favorite Daughter, World-Famous Yayoi Kusama.

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Tsukiji-Ichiba-Syokudo Matsumoto Ekimae-ten

Lively Pub Featuring Seafood Fresh from Tokyo's Tsukiji Market.

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Glass Beadwork in Azumino

Explore Azumino’s Glass Art through Bead Craftwork.

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Azumino Art Line Gallery Tour

Indulge in Art Azumino-Style by Touring the Art Line’s Galleries.

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Appreciating Ukiyoe Wood Block Print Art

Rotating Displays of Japan’s Largest Collection of Ukiyoe Woodblock Prints.

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Wasabizuke-Making Lesson at Daio Wasabi Farm

Tour the Wasabi Farm and Learn How to Cook with Wasabi.

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'Temari' Handball Workshop

A Symbol of Matsumoto, Make a Temari Ball as a Momento of your Stay.

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Clear Bottom Boat Ride in Azumino

Ride a Boat down a Spring-fed Stream past Romantic Waterwheels.

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Hike-in to Honzawa Onsen's Above-the-Clouds Bath

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Seiji Ozawa Matsumoto Festival

Hear World-renowned Musicians from across the Globe Perform in Matsumoto.

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Crafts Fair Matsumoto

Browse Japan’s Premier Outdoor Arts & Crafts Fair.

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Guided Tour of Matsumoto Castle

Tour National Treasure Matsumoto Castle with the Helpful ALSA Guides.

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'Kanjiki' Snow Shoes Making Workshop & Hike

Make a Bit of Nagano’s Deep Snow Heritage: Kanjiki Traditional Snow Shoes.

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Search for Hidden Hamlet

Go Trekking to Find Otari Village’s Hamlet Only Accessible on Foot

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Hotel New Station Matsumoto

Hometown-Favorite Business Hotel next to Matsumoto Station.

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Walking Kamikochi's Weston Loop

Stroll along the Base of the 2,000-Meter High Kamikochi Valley.

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Hiking to Happo-ike Pond

Take in the Stunning Views of Happo Pond High Up in the Hakuba Range.

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Climb an Active Volcano in the Japanese Alps: Yakedake

Popular Day-Hike to a Dynamic Active Volcano from Kamikochi.

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Hotel Hakuba Hifumi

Classy, Family-Run Ryokan in the Heart of Hakuba Village

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Matsumoto Hotel Kagetsu

Hotel with Japanese Accents in the Heart of Matsumoto.

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Sierra Resort Hakuba

Hakuba's Luxury Resort Hotel with At-Home Relaxing Feel.

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Tobira Onsen Myojinkan

A solitary inn tucked into the foothills at the 1050m level of the Utsukushigahara Plateau. Relais & Châteaux member.

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Matsumoto Marunouchi Hotel

Hotel Located Steps from Matsumoto Castle in the City's Historical and Cultural Heart.

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Hikari-ya Nishi

Macrobiotic Fine French Dining in a Remodeled 120-Year Old Storehouse.

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Hikari-ya Higashi

Fine Japanese Dining in a Stylishly Remodeled 130-Year-Old Storehouse.

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Daio Wasabi Farm

Japan's Largest Wasabi Farm in the Pristine Waters of Azumino

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Soba Noodle Making in Matsumoto

Make (then Eat!) Soba at this Premier Noodle Shop 2 Minutes from Matsumoto Castle.

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Matsumoto's Nunoya Ryokan

Wooden Inn in Central Matsumoto, Featured in Lonely Planet

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Awanoyu in Shirahone Onsen

Relax in Awanoyu's Milky White Mineral Water in Famous Shirahone Onsen.

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