-NOZAWA ONSEN snow resort, Nagasaka Gondola station: 800M
Walking : 10-15min. (mainly uphill)
Free Shuttle Bus : 15-20min (shinden bus stop is just 3min. away from our inn)
*Because of uphill way to Nagasaka Gondola, we recommend the shuttle bus.
NOZAWA ONSEN snow resort Official website >>
-Shinden no yu (hot spring): 50M, 1min. walk
Nearest Onsen from our inn
Open: 6 A.M.- 11P.M.
–Oyu dori (main street)- 500M, 5min. walk
Many shops and restaurants, Enjoyable area for a stroll
Nozawa Onsen has 13 public onsens (Soto-yu) which are open for guests and local people. Onsens in Nozawa were first discovered back in the 8th century and have been famous in Japan until today. Well-cared for by a local community of villagers, each onsen house is kept clean and comfortable all the time.
The onsen is the best way to warm your body and relieve your fatigue especially after enjoying the mountain, and you can also experience Japanese tradition and local life by soaking an onsen. The onsens plus winter sports, it must be the perfect combination that enhances your travel experience.
One of the onsens called SHINDEN-no yu is just 50 meters away from our inn. It takes less than 1 minute, and you can walk to even in the heavy snow! Please check the map for the location of all onsens.
Getting to Nozawa by train
*Travel time may differ according to the date and trains you will take.
As most Hokuriku Shinkansen are connected to bus service to Nozawa Onsen, you usually don’t wait for long at IIYAMA station. Please check the bus schedule here.
Here are helpful links to plan your trip.
JR-EAST (for guests traveling from NRT / HND &TOKYO area)
JR-WEST (for guests traveling from KIX & OSAKA / KYOTO area )
JR EAST PASS (TOKYO ←→ NAGANO / NIIGATA area)
JAPAN RAIL PASS (for travel throughout Japan)
HyperDia (Route and schedule search )