Well-known food journalists Peden and Munk recently visited Japan and made Nozawa Onsen on the top of the list for places to visit. Not just for the Skiing but also for the culture, natural hotsprings and amazing local produce. Check out there beautiful little video.
They loved the authenticity of the town and the people living here and the daily rhythm of a rural village in the snow country of Japan. In their write up they said “Nozawa was humble but brimming over with quality”, great to hear such kind words from people who travel for a living.
They liked the idea of the simplicity of the Japanese Style Tatami Rooms. With the minimal Japanese feel of the woven straw mats, futons and pillows with a traditional lamp and not a lot else. It clears your mind and helps you feel like you are really in Japan. Great to have all that space toy stretch in the morning after your Onsen ritual and get the mind and body ready for an exciting day on the slopes in Nozawa.
It seems like Mondays are always a busy day for people making bookings to come to Nozawa. I am not sure why, maybe everyone does all their study on the weekend then get to work on Monday morning and think ok now I need to book my next adventure!
We are ok with that and the booking team of Mariko, Hiroko, Ayako, Yuka and Kerri and all the team are waiting to hear from you. They have stayed and skied in Nozawa for many years and know Japan and Nozawa very well so will be happy to answer any questions you may have on your upcoming trip.
Anyway if you are keen to wake up your senses please drop us a mail and will help you get on your way to Nozawa Onsen this coming winter…
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