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The winter sports resort of Nozawa Onsen is located at 1 650m, in the Japan Alps. Its first-class skiing area offers a variety of sports. It was the venue for some events of the 1998 Nagano Winter Olympics and helped nurture a number of future Japanese champions. After exerting yourself on the slopes, what better way to relax than a trip to Nozawa Onsen and its 13 public bathing houses nestled in the heart of a well-preserved village? A resort well worth trying out.

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  • Hotel Haus St Anton

    Toyosato 9515 J - Nozawa Onsen 389-2502

    A 10-minute walk from Nozawa Onsen Ski Resort, the completely non-smoking Hotel Haus St Anton boasts a hot-spring bath and sells homemade pickles and jams. Rooms are simple but homely, with a satellite TV. Rooms at Haus St Anton Hotel are heated and..

  • Kadowakikan

    Toyosato 6481 J - Nozawa Onsen 389-2502

    A 3-minute walk from Nozawa Onsen Ski Resort, Kadowakikan features ski-to-door access, a hot spring bath and free Wi-Fi. The lobby offers a free-use internet PC, and a free shuttle from/to JR Togari Nozawa Onsen Station is available on weekdays. Kad..

  • Nozawa Grand Hotel

    Toyosato 8888 J - Nozawa Onsen 389-2502

    Situated 200 metres from Shin-Yu Hot Spring, Nozawa Grand Hotel has Japanese and Western rooms with an LCD TV and nature views. Open-air hot-spring baths with beautiful views are featured. You can choose a Western-style room with a luxurious private..

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