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Shikinoyado Shinazawa

6650-1 Toyosato, Nozawaonsen-mura, Shimotakai-gun 389-2502 Nagano Prefecture
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Shikinoyado Shinazawa is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Nozawaonsen-mura, offering a quaint environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay. Close to some of Nozawaonsen-mura's most popular landmarks, such as Uenodairakogen (0.6 mi) and Ogama (0.6 mi), Shikinoyado Shinazawa is a great destination for tourists. Rooms at Shikinoyado Shinazawa offer a flat screen TV. Nozawaonsen-mura has plenty of spots serving up great tempura dishes. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Wakagiri and Soba-dokoro Daimon. Enjoy your stay in Nozawaonsen-mura!
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The hotel is typically Japanese- friendly, clean and lovely. The owners were very accomodating and never stopped smiling. The room was spotlessly clean, warm and roomy- some places in Japan are not as spacious. There is a little walk to the ski lifts but there is a shuttle bus service. Would stay again
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After travelling here as a family of 4 after spending a few days in the hustle and bustle of Tokyo, Nozawa is a world away and Shinazawa is typical of this. It’s a 5-10 minute walk into the main town but there’s good eateries nearby and one directly opposite that made fresh pizzas and sold cold beers that was ideal for families who have spent a day skiing some of the greatest powder we have ever seen. The rooms are basic and the traditional beds take some getting used to for a family from the UK but are spotlessly clean as is the rest of the hotel. The thing that really makes it though are the owners. The lady who ran the place made us feel so welcome. I don’t think we made it past reception on even 1 occasion without being handed sweets, strawberries or some other treat!! For those who want to ski there’s a bus that literally stops outside every 15-30 mins. We actually managed to ski down and walk back in ski boots with all our gear but a bit trickier when going uphill in the morning so I’d recommend the bus to the slopes.
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This little family run inn must be the best kept secret in Nozawa. This was our second visit to stay with charming family in their wonderfully traditional hotel. The hosts, although speaking little English, go above & beyond to ensure all their guests are feel truly welcome at their inn. The rooms are clean and spacious, and have both toilet and wash basin, but if you want to shower or enjoy the in-house onsen, you must be prepared to share with strangers, ‘cos that’s the way traditional Japanese onsens work. If you’re shy about being naked with others, you can generally find some time during the day to have the onsen to yourself though . Breakfasts were wonderful Japanese, with western tastes catered for with yogurt, cereals, fruit, toast, juices, tea & freshly ground coffee . The traditional Japanese dinner is probably the best value in all of Nozawa, prepared in-house by your host who, as well as being an excellent cook, manages to find time to attend to her guests to ensure they are all happy. Although not in the town centre, it is only a few minutes walk to almost anywhere ( Nozawa is not that big ) The shuttle bus to take you to the gondolas for skiing stops virtually outside the door. In all, it has to be the best value for money accommodation in Nozawa, but with only 14 rooms, consider yourself lucky if you can actually manage to get a booking !
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My son and I stayed here for 4 nights on a recent ski holiday in Nozawa after travelling here (quite easily) from Tokyo. Chose Shinazawa because it was literally the last room in town not booked up! Quite pleased with the experience. Warning: It is not a Western Luxury resort. Think of it like a Japanese guest house. Our room was quite modest. Small with a tatami mat and futons on the floor. The bathroom was clean, with a sink and toilet. We bathed and showered in the in-house onset in the basement, which is part of the Japanese experience. The location was good in the sense that it was right across from both the ski shuttle that took us up to the mountain and also the town bus that took us to and from Iiyama train station for our connection to Tokyo. But, it was a 10-15 minute walk to the main part of the small town where most of the restaurants and other places were located. Not a big deal for us, but it might be for some. Breakfast was great, traditional Japanese mixed with a few Western items. We didn't have dinner here, and that was likely an oversight. The family who owns/runs it were very nice and so were the people we met who were guests. Loved the skiing, and the experience of the town and Shinazawa.
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We stayed here back in Jan ‘14 & purely by chance as the accomodation we initially booked fell through. And what good luck as we were treated to a rich cultural experience. Do yourself a favour for dinner 1 night & stay in as you’ll be treated to an authentic Japanese feast.
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$117 - $178 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
JapanChubuKoshinetsuNagano PrefectureNozawaonsen-muraNozawa Onsen
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