KAWAMOTOYA


Kawamotoya ryokan is located in Nozawa Onsen, the quintessential Japanese traditional resort village widely known for its natural hot springs and rich natural powder snow which set the backdrop for the 1998 Winter Olympic Games.

A total of 13 public hot-spring bath houses, known as "Sotoyu", are a common asset of the local villagers and are open to visitors. One of them, "Kumanotearai no yu", is just next to Kawamotoya and very famous for its beauty effects on women's skin.

The ryokan has 23 guests rooms. From the top floors on the East side of the Kawamotoya guests have a beautiful view on the Nozawa ski resort while on West side of the Kawamotoya guests will enjoy the view on the mountains.

Check in: 15:00 - 19:00
Check out: 10:00
Facilities
Bath House Lounge Vending Machines
Courier Service Ski Dry Room
Access and Location
TypeEngDetailsEng
Walk4 minutes from Nozawaonsen Chuo Bus Terminal
Taxi13 minutes from JR Togari Nozawaonsen Station (JR Iiyama Line)
Bus25 minutes from JR Iiyama Station to Nozawaonsen Chuo Bus Terminal
Airport BusIn winter, there are direct transfers from Narita Airport / Haneda Airport on the Nagano Snow Shuttle
Rooms
RoomTitleEngGuestNumbers 
STANDARD JAPANESE ROOM WITH TOILET (SHARED BATH) 1-3 guests Details and Rates
DELUXE JAPANESE STYLE ROOM WITH EN SUITE 1-4 guests Details and Rates
LARGE JAPANESE ROOM WITH TOILET (SHARED BATH) 1-6 guests Details and Rates
JAPANESE STUDIO 1-3 guests Details and Rates