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Fudoson-no-Yu Oyado Kotobuki不動尊の湯 御宿ことぶき

1415-1 Yamanouchi-machi, Shimotakai-gun, Nagano Prefecture

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Take time off and unwind in one of Japan's 100 famous hot springs, Kambayashi Onsen. With tranquil gardens in expansive grounds and 6 luxurious accommodations, guests will surely have a pleasant stay. Soaking in an outdoor bath while viewing beautiful 100-year-old rhododendrons will certainly take life's stresses away.

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Facility Info

From Shinshu Matsumoto Airport: about 120 minutes by taxi at around JPY 15,000 or about 180 minutes by bus at around JPY 5,000 (as of December 2009)
From Nagano Station (JR Shinkansen): about 90 minutes by taxi at around JPY 12,000 (as of December 2009).
From Yudanaka Station (Nagano Electric Railway): about 60 minutes on foot, or about 20 minutes by taxi at around JPY 3,000 (as of December 2009). Last train and bus depart at around 22:00.
By car: Exit the Joshin-etsu Expressway at the Shinshu Nakano IC and continue along Route 292. Make a left turn at the Showa Shell Oil. Public transport access: Take a train from Nagano Station to Yudanaka Station. From there, take a bus bound for Kambayashi Onsen (about 20 min).
Internet No internet service
Access & Parking Free parking
Guide Dogs Allowed
Wing Built Renovated
Fudoson-no-Yu Mishuku Kotobuki 1985 May 2005

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