Nagano is a key city, set in northern Nagano Prefecture, which is near the center of Japan. Countless visitors still come to our 1998 Winter Olympic venues on the slopes of Shiga Kogen and Hakuba Village. Historically, the city evolved from being a temple town of 1,400-year-old Zenko-ji. The hotel is in a prime location not only for visiting the temple or touring local hot springs but also for accessing transportation: a minute’s walk from Nagano Station, where you alight from a ride under two hours by Hokuriku Shinkansen from Tokyo Station.
1-28-3, Minamichitose, Nagano-shi, Nagano 380-0823
TEL +81-26-223-1090 Fax +81-26-229-7770
Guests must pay cancellation penalty fees as shown below.
Cancellation fees are based on a percentage of the confirmed room rate (excluding tax or service charges). Ask the Hotel for further details.
For reservations that are shortened, cancellation penalty applies to the first day cancelled, regardless of the total number of days cancelled from the reservation.
Group bookings of ten or more people should ask the Hotel about cancellation penalties.
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