The theme of this place is balloons. I think they have a hot air balloon festival twice a year at this hotel. I went in the winter so I missed any hot air balloon activity. The onsen here is supposedly plant based, and different from the other onsens in Japan. It was pretty good but it's hard to say if the onsen is better than others.
Came here with a tour package and the set dinner wasn't all that great but wasn't terrible either. It's a typical mid-level onsen hotel set dinner. Breakfast was okay as well. Hotel is older and rooms are pretty small, around 8 tatami maybe. We came during a winter festival that the local town put up with lights and music in the snow. Close to the hotel and they can shuttle you over. Free hot milk, scavenger hunt, foot and hand onsens, and some kids activities like a snowmobile pulled raft through a planned course. Decent visit for 30 min after dinner. Makes you want to go back and use the onsen and relax after some snow play.
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