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Kitaone Kogen Highland

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Kitaone Kogen Highland

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Hokujo, Hakuba-mura, Kitaazumi-gun 399-9301 Nagano Prefecture
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Nagano Private Two Day Tour
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Nagano Private Two Day Tour

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Get the best of both worlds on this 2-day tour to Nagano, which includes a guide on day one, and free time on day two. Check out the famous Jigokudani Snow Monkey Park, and the Zenko-ji Temple. Experience the ultimate in Japanese hospitality by staying overnight in a ryokan (Japanese inn), dining on kaiseki ryori haute cuisine, and enjoying a private onsen hot bath (extra cost).
US$390.20 per adult
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kangster2016 wrote a review Jan 2017
Tokyo, Japan45 contributions29 helpful votes
The lift right up is kind of nice in the summer... and it's a pleasant surpise to find an onsen on the top of the hill. The area also has some tents and chairs where you can sit and gaze down at the city... overall it's very nice but I wish they had activities that were more active.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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traveljet wrote a review Nov 2016
singapore759 contributions284 helpful votes
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Take the Beech forest walk which brings you to a view pt. The autumn views of the mts opposite were spectacular. You can enter the "forest" from one end and walk out through the other end. A large bell is placed is strategic places. Most of the walk is manageable except for a flight of stairs near the end. If that is too much for the older folks, you can always backtrack. Remember to walk around the side of the mt. once you walk through the forest and the little viewing platform.. There should be a map at the start of the walk. The quad chairlift is fun although I am not sure if there is a restriction on young children. It goes up quite high and is only secured with a bar across so a small child may slip through (I think). At the top, there is a rather large cafe with good food and soft serve ice cream and even a little onsen. Lovely place to relax and enjoy the open views.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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