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Komagane Onsen Hotel駒ヶ根温泉ホテル

497, Akaho, Komagane-shi, Nagano Prefecture

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A hot spring hotel that can easily be used for accommodation, located in Komagane Kogen, the entryway to Komagatake in the Central Alps and the Senjojiki Curl. Stay at this hotel to enjoy leisure activities in all 4 seasons in the highlands flanked by Japan's two "Alps".
Its location in Komagane Kogen, a part of the Chuo Alps Prefectural Natural Park, means the views from the windows are close to the vast Central Alps and also offer panoramic views of the Southern Alps.
The hot springs at this hotel are simple alkaline springs which promote beautiful skin and are said to have effects on nerve diseases, shoulder stiffness, muscle fatigue, women's diseases, elderly diseases and more.

[Sightseeing Information]
- Senjojiki Curl: A glacial landform created 20,000 years ago, known for its abundant display of wildflowers. - Komagane Kogen Skiing Ground: A ski resort overlooking the Southern Alps, perfect for families. This ski resort caters for everyone, with a beginner-friendly course, a steeper course for intermediate and advanced skiers, and a sleigh course complete with a moving walkway. Snowboarding is available on all courses.
- Kozen-ji Temple: One of the most prominent temples in Nagano Prefecture and one of the greatest temples in the southern Shinshu region, it is known as a sacred place of prayer and attracts many worshippers. Visitors are fascinated by its expansive garden which shows the beauty of the season, the luminous moss growing on stone walls, and the cherry trees standing by the bell tower. It is also known for the legend of Hayataro, the heroic dog.
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Facility Info

[By Car]
From Tokyo: head from Hachioji IC (Chuo Expressway) to Okaya IC (Chuo Expressway), then Komagane IC (Route Bus) to Kiriishi Koen (Park).
From Nagoya: Komaki JCT (Chuo Expressway) - Komagane IC (Route Bus) - Kiriishi Koen (Park)
From Osaka: Suita IC (Meishin Expressway) - Komaki JCT (Chuo Expressway) - Komagane IC (Route Bus) - Kiriishi Koen (Park)

[By Train]
From Tokyo (approx. 4 hours): Tokyo Station (JR Chuo Main Line) - Okaya Station (JR Iida Line) - Komagane Station (Ina Route Bus) - Kiriishi Koen (Park)
From Nagoya (approx. 4 hours): Nagoya Station (JR Chuo Main Line) - Okaya Station (JR Iida Line) - Komagane Station (Ina Route Bus) - Kiriishi Koen (Park)

[Expressway Bus]
From Tokyo: Shinjuku Highway Bus Terminal - Komagane Bus Terminal - Komagane Station (Ina Route Bus) - Kiriishi Koen (Park)
From Nagoya: Meitetsu Bus Center - Komagane Bus Terminal - Komagane Station (Ina Route Bus) - Kiriishi Koen (Park)
From Osaka: Osaka Bus Center - Komagane Bus Terminal - Komagane Station (Ina Route Bus) - Kiriishi Koen (Park)

From Kiriishi Koen bus stop: 1 min on foot.
Internet No internet service
Access & Parking Free parking
Communal Baths Large public baths
Available Nearby Mallet Golf

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