Ueda, Japan Hotels & Ryokan

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Ueda Hotels & Ryokan

Sotetsu Fresa Inn Nagano Ueda Ekimae (Formerly: Hotel Sunroute Ueda )
This inn is a 1-minute walk from JR Ueda Station. Convenient for business, all rooms have a flat-screen TV / PC and free Internet connection, a hi-tech Japanese toilet and a trouser press.
How to get there?
From Ueda Station (JR Nagano Shinkansen) Oshiro Exit: About 2 minutes on foot.
By car: Exit the Joshin-etsu Expressway at Ueda-Sugadaira IC and continue on Route 141, then Route 18 for about 15 minutes (5 km) heading towards Ueda Station Oshiro Exit.
Uematsuya (Formerly: Uematsuya Ryokan)
This ryokan is located in the heart of Bessho Onsen, the oldest hot spring area in Nagano. Uematsuya boasts own-grown traditional kaiseki course cuisine and hot spring baths constantly replenished from the inn's own source. The inn has barrier-free facilities for easy access by wheelchair-users and the elderly.
How to get there?
From Ueda Station (JR Hokuriku Shinkansen): Take the Ueda Railway Bessho Line bound for Bessho Onsen and get off at Bessho Onsen Station (about 30 min). It is about 10 min on foot from there. Alternatively, take the Bessho Onsen jointly-operated shuttle bus service.
By car: Exit the Joshin-etsu Expressway at Ueda-Sugadaira IC and continue along Route 18 for about 6 km (about 10 min), then Route 143 for about 12 km (about 20 min). Head towards Kitamuki Kannon Temple.
Azumaya Mountain Resort & Spa
Standing at 1,500 meters on the side of Mt. Azumaya -- one of Japan's 100 famous mountains -- this hotel offers a quintessential mountain view, particularly from its above-the-clouds open-air baths and panoramic restaurant. Access from Tokyo via Shinkansen takes just 1 hour 15 minutes. Shinshu cuisine is prepared with the tastes of the season. Ueda castle from the Warring States period can be visited at the base of the mountain, and the Sugadaira Highlands wrap around the back of this hotel.
How to get there?
From Ueda Station (JR Hokuriku Shinkansen) Onsenguchi Exit: About 40 minutes by taxi.
By car: Exit the Joshin-etsu Expressway at Ueda IC and continue along Route 144 for about 25 minutes (20 km).
Hotel Saito
This hotel is popular for fitness assessment and training with personal trainers, designated as a "health enhancement facility" by the government. The buffet with a variety of Japanese, Western and Chinese food is also popular.
How to get there?
From Ueda Station (JR Nagano Shinkansen), Oshiroguchi (Castle) Exit: Take a Chikuma Bus bound for Kakeyu-Onsen and get off at the Kakeyu-Onsen bus stop (approx. 65 min). It is about 2 min from there on foot.
By car: Exit the Joshin-etsu Expressway at Tobu Yunomaru IC and continue along Prefectural Route 81 for about 35 min, then National Route 254 for about 15 min towards the Misayama Tunnel.
Tamaya Ryokan (Bessho)
Ryokan staff will provide you warm and heartfelt services at this quiet inn in a historical village surrounded by beautiful nature.
How to get there?
From Ueda Station (JR Nagano Shinkansen): Take an Ueda Railway Bessho Line train bound for Bessho Onsen and get off at Bessho Onsen Station (30 min). It is 7 min on foot from there.
Hotel Route-Inn Grand Ueda Ekimae
Introducing Route Inn Grand, a new brand of hotels from Route Inn. Here at Ueda Ekimae, guests can look forward to relaxing in spacious rooms, dining at on-site restaurants and spending moments of luxury.
How to get there?
From Ueda Station (JR Hokuriku Shinkansen): about 3 min on foot.
By car: about 10 min (4 km) from Joshin-etsu Expressway Ueda-Sugadaira IC.
Ryokan Hanaya
This hotel has 43 luxurious Japanese-style rooms. Among them, 14 rooms are private cottages with private hot spring baths.

*Notice of Smoking Ban in All Guestrooms
Starting Apr. 1, 2017 (Sat), all guestrooms will be non-smoking.
*Guests who want to smoke may use the smoking room on the 1st floor.
How to get there?
From Ueda Station (JR Nagano Shinkansen): Take an Ueda Railway train to Bessho Onsen Station (about 30 min), and it is 5 min on foot from there.
Nanjyo Ryokan
This Japanese-style inn is surrounded by a garden resplendent with natural beauty. It treats both its guests and its pristine environment with the greatest of care. This is no more evident than in the delicious kaiseki cuisine filled with fresh, natural ingredients painstakingly prepared for the enjoyment of patrons.
How to get there?
From Ueda Station (JR Hokuriku Shinkansen): Take the Ueda Railway Bessho Line bound for Bessho Onsen and get off at Bessho Onsen Station (about 30 min). It is about 7 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Joshin-etsu Expressway at Ueda-Sugadaira IC and continue along prefectural route for about 14 km (about 30 min). Head towards Bessho Onsen Station.
Nanakusa no Yu
Located in the heart of an area with scenic and historic sites, this lodging is very convenient for hot spring hopping and strolls. The monthly changing cuisine is very popular, and the large communal baths have an excellent panoramic view of the Shioda-daira Plains and Mt. Asama.
How to get there?
From Ueda Station (JR Nagano Shinkansen): Take an Ueda Railway Bessho Line train bound for Bessho Onsen and get off at Bessho Onsen Station (30 min). It is 7 min on foot or 2 min by taxi from there.
Kawasemi no Yado
This single-building inn stands amongst the green of the mountains and one may even see a kingfisher flying around the hotel's pond. The hotel's symbol was taken after the kingfisher. The open-air baths also provide an excellent panorama of the surrounding area.
How to get there?
From Ueda Station (Joshin-Etsu Shinkansen): Take the Bessho line to Bessho Onsen Station. It is about 13 minutes on foot or about 5 minutes by taxi from there.
Kotobuki
Guests are welcomed by the beautiful flower arrangement and sound of koto (Japanese harp) at the entrance of this 5-story ryokan (traditional Japanese style inn). Guests enjoy kaiseki cuisine prepared with local seasonal ingredients served in the rooms. The panoramic open-air bath on the top floor has a great view of the star-studded sky at night.
How to get there?
From Ueda Station (JR Hokuriku Shinkansen) Oshiro Exit: Take the direct bus bound for Kakeyu Onsen and get off at the Kakeyukami bus stop (about 45 minutes). It is about 2 minutes on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Joshin-etsu Expressway at Tobu Yunomaru IC and continue along Route 18 and Route 254 for about 45 minutes.
Kashiwaya Honten
Enjoying the unique setting of the historically rich area of Bessho Onsen hot spring, surrounded by plenty of shrines and temples, this ryokan (traditional Japanese inn) is dedicated to guests' fulfilling stay. A fine selection of seasonal cuisine and heartfelt service and hospitality can be expected.
How to get there?
From JR Ueda Station: Take the Ueda Railway Bessho Line to Bessho Onsen Station (about 30 minutes). Then take an Ueda Kotsu Bessho route bus to each ryokan and get off at the Bessho Onsen bus stop (about 5 minutes). It is about 8 minutes on foot from there. Alternatively, tell the hotel of arrival at Ueda Station before and they will pick guests up.
By car: Exit the Joshin-etsu Expressway at the Ueda-Sugadaira IC and continue along National Route 18 for about 20 minutes (10 km), then Prefectural Route Bessho Line for about 20 minutes (10 km).
Nakamatsuya Ryokan
Standing right in the heart of Bessho Onsen, this inn's fine view communal baths and open-air baths, located on the seventh floor, offer an excellent view. Hand-made kaiseki cuisine is prepared with seasonal ingredients, allowing guests to appreciate the four seasons.
How to get there?
From Ueda Station (JR Hokuriku Shinkansen): Take an Ueda Electric Railway Bessho Line train bound for Bessho Onsen and get off at Bessho Onsen Station (about 30 minutes). It is about 15 minutes on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Joshin-etsu Expressway at Ueda-Sugadaira IC and continue for about 30 minutes (15 km).

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