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Akakura Accommodation, Akakura Onsen Hotels
Akakura Onsen is the most popular place to stay in Myoko Kogen for foreign visitors. It offers a range of outstanding Akakura accommodation options that are close to the ski lifts, restaurants, and hot springs. It is also easy to access the shuttle buses to other Myoko ski resorts.
There’s a wide range of Akakura accommodation available in different styles and/or budget, such as Funky Monkey Lodge (budget / tours), Red Warehouse (self catering / family), Takeda Hotel (Japanese / ski in), Wakui (ryokan / combo), Hunter (western / retro), Senke (minshuku / traditional), Myoko Powder Hostel (budget / backpackers), Address Akakura (Myoko apartment style), plus many others. Try our online Akakura hotel booking engine for some great deals!
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Akakura Accommodation: Recommended Choices
Myoko Powder Hostel is the only backpackers in Akakura Onsen aimed at providing people on a budget the opportunity to explore the Myoko Kogen area. The hostel boasts full self catering facilities and multiple communal areas allowing like-minded people to meet others to go riding with. MPH is well located – being only a 500 metre walk to the bottom of the Akakan Ski Resort ski lifts as well as only a five minute walk to the town centre where the majority of ski hire and restaurants are situated. There are both 4 and 6 bed dorms and Japanese style private tatami rooms available. Check reviews of Myoko Powder Hostel.
Akakura Onsen Hotels: More Recommended Choices
The Akakura Wakui Hotel offers a choice of western or Japanese-style rooms to suit all types of groups. The hotel is operated by a well-known local family and features a plethora of local history and artworks to enjoy.
It is centrally located just a very short walk (see map) from the lifts at Akakura Onsen Ski Resort. The hotel has onsen/hot springs onsite for a relaxing post-ski experience. An excellent choice of Akakura accommodation with English speaking host. Get a quote or check Akakura Wakui Hotel ratings
Hotel Senke is located along the main street of the Akakura hot-spring district and is less than a 5-minute walk from both the Akakura Onsen Ski Resort and Akakan Ski Resort. It features hot-spring baths, 3 restaurants and 18 Japanese-style rooms. Free Wi-Fi is available at the lobby.
The air-conditioned rooms feature tatami (woven-straw) floors and Japanese futon bedding. Each comes with a TV, a safety deposit box and an electric kettle with green tea bags. Japanese yukata robes and slippers are provided for all guests. Bathrooms and toilets are shared.After bathing in the 100% all natural hot spring baths, enjoy dishes made with the finest local ingredients. Get a quote or read reviews of Hotel Senke
Red Warehouse in Akakura Onsen, Myoko is a family ski lodge with communal self contained facilities right in the heart of the ski village. The lodge is friendly Australian ski club style but with a Japanese twist. Red Warehouse family ski lodge enjoys a suberb, almost ski in, location in Akakura Onsen, Myoko Kogen, just off the main street. It’s a very short walk to restaurants, shuttle buses and ski schools/rentals yet only less than 3 minutes walk/ski to the ski lifts. There is a large communal living area with a pot belly stove fire and communal kitchen. A kids play area and games room/mini-theatre is available in the basement. Free wifi throughout.
Lodge Hunter Myoko is fabulously located Akakura accommodation and restaurant right in the centre of Akakura Onsen village close to restaurants, bars and shops. Akakura Onsen Ski Resort is only a short walk (300 metres) away from Hunter Lodge.
This popular Myoko ski lodge offers simple accommodation with small triple & quad rooms with western bedding at a great price. The onsen (see pic above) can be privately booked for families, groups and couples to enjoy bathing together. All the rooms are air-conditioned and come with a flat-screen TV with cable channels and hot water kettle. Read or leave Lodge Hunter reviews
The Hotel Takeda Myoko offers budget single and twin Japanese-style rooms with shared bathroom/onsen. Wi-Fi is available and the property has a drying room, launderette and drinks vending machines. The owner is a sake expert who is happy to share his knowledge with you and sample tastings. Get a quote or read reviews
Address Akakura Apartments Myoko offer elegant, newly renovated accommodation with great service and friendly English speaking staff who understand the needs of international visitors and their Akakura accommodation. You can stay in the heart of Akakura Onsen in one of twelve Myoko apartments, just two minutes from the main chair lift, fully equipped with a kitchenette, en suite bathroom, and western bedding. Dine in the onsite Sushi Bar & Grill, relax in a traditional Japanese Onsen, or chill out and enjoy tea and healthy snacks in the Akakura cafe.
These Myoko apartments are located 150m from the main chair lift at Akakura Onsen Ski Resort and 700m from the Akakura Kanko Ski Resort. There is an onsite heated ski and snowboard room with an international ski school and ski equipment hire almost right next door.
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Hotel Mumon is funky retro hotel with lovely hosts and onsite restaurant. Facilities available include onsite bar, fireplace, onsen, ski and drying rooms and internet access. English speaking staff are on hand to assist foreign guests as well as organise ski tours and cultural activities. Weekday rates start from ¥7,000 per person, per night including breakfast.
The hotel is very close to Akakura Onsen Ski Area and a short walk to the main street and restaurants. A free pick-up service is available to and from the hotel. Get a quote or read reviews for Hotel Mumon
Akakura Onsen Hotels: More Choices
|Akakura Hotel is a well known Akakura ski hotel in the very heart of Akakura Ski Village with only a four minute walk to the lifts. Refreshing 100% natural hot springs (Uen-no-yu) equipped with an open-air bath, sauna and jacuzzi. Guests can enjoy visiting various baths such as Rakuraku-no-yu or Ishiwari-no-yu. Read or leave Akakura Hotel reviews|
|Kogakuro Ryokan (a.k.a. Kougakuro) has friendly English speaking staff who understand the needs of international visitors and their Akakura accommodation. It is well located (see hotel map) in Akakura Village near the base of the Akakura Onsen ski resort. Kougakuro is a Japanese-style ryokan with a 115-year history that offers traditional hot springs, including an outside rotemburo. Reviews on Kogakuro Ryokan, Akakura.|
|The Akakura Star Hotel is only a 5-minute walk to Akakura Onsen Ski Resort. It offers a hot-spring bath, Japanese meals and free parking. Guests can stay in Western beds, or try out Japan’s traditional futon bedding. Rooms with Western bedding include an en suite bathroom, while Japanese-style rooms have shared bathrooms. See reviews|
|Pension Mont Cervin is an affordable and popular pension that is one of our most booked options for Akakura accommodation. The genial host, Shikine-san, is also director of the Myoko Kogen Visitor Center as well as a certified mountain and trekking guide. Hence he is able to tell you a lot about this unique natural area as well as showing some of the most breathtaking views and scenery in the area via snowshoe tours. Read Reviews|
|Akutsu Pension is a ski in, ski out pension offering simple Japanese and Western-style accommodations with free Wi-Fi. Guests can refresh in the cosy public hot-spring baths after a long day of skiing. The air-conditioned rooms feature a TV and a private toilet. Guests can choose to sleep in rooms with Western-style beds or in rooms with tatami (woven-straw) floors and Japanese futon bedding. Read reviews for Akutsu Pension|
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Akakura Accommodation: More Akakura Onsen Hotels
|Akakura Hotel Korakuso resembles a classic resort style mountain villa with a stylish and classical atmosphere. Located right next to the popular ‘Skate Bar’. Read reviews for Akakura Hotel Korakuso|
|Relax and feel at home at Resort Inn Daiju in a natural setting where wild birds and tanuki (raccoon dogs) come to visit. Resort Inn Daiju is only a five minute walk from the Akakura Onsen bus stop (on bus that leaves from Myoko-Kogen station). A free pick-up service available on request. Read reviews on Akakura Resort Inn Daiju|
|Offering a public hot-spring bath and simple Japanese-style rooms, Akakura Akarien is only a 5-minute walk from Akakura Onsen Ski Area. Free Wi-Fi is available at the lobby. Rooms feature tatami (woven-straw) floors and Japanese futon bedding. Read an Akakura Akarien review|
|From Akakura Resort Hotel Alp guests can ski-in/out to Akakura Onsen Ski Area. Resort Hotel Alp provides a choice of either Japanese and Western style rooms. Natural hot spring and sauna to finish off a day on the slopes or hiking. Reviews on Resort Hotel Alp.|
|The Daimaru Pensione, Myoko Daimaru Inn (a.k.a. Synjyu-no-yado Daimaru) is 3-star ryokan style accommodation with a relaxed atmosphere and English speaking staff onhand. It is located in a great position just a few minutes walk to the Akakura Onsen Ski Lifts. Read or leave Review|
|Akakurasou Ryokan is an inn that offers natural hot springs and local cuisine. A 5-minute walk from Akakura Onsen Bus Stop, Akakuraso offers simple Japanese-style rooms with mountain views. Guests can refresh in the public hot-spring baths and free Wi-Fi is available at the public areas. See reviews of Akakuraso|
|Guests can enjoy four different onsen-type baths at Akakura Kogen Hotel Taizan. There are bubble baths, a sauna bath, a garden-open-air bath and a large Tenshin-tenbo bath. All of them are popular with guests after a hard day skiing, golf or hiking. See reviews of Hotel Taizan|
|Akakura Hotel Refre, a.k.a. Rifle Hotel, is a popular choice for foreign guests with both western and Japanese-style rooms. It underwent a superb renovation in 2012 offering light airy spaces combined with excellent service. After a day of skiing visitors can relieve their tiredness by bathing in the natural outdoor hot springs. The hotel is very close to both Akakura Onsen and Akakan ski lifts plus right off the main street and restaurants. A free pick-up service is available to and from the hotel. Read reviews on Rifle Hotel, Akakura|
|Edelweiss Akakura is a ski in, ski out lodge just 5 minutes walk from the main street of Akakura Onsen Ski Village. Starting at only 3,900 per night it offers some of the best value accommodation in the Myoko Kogen Ski Resort
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|Akakura Sun Hotel is a ski in hotel based at the foot of Akakura Ski Resort. The Akakura Sun Hotel offers a hot spring bath and bright Japanese-style rooms with a private bathroom. Wi-Fi is available at the lobby. Sun Hotel in Akakura is only a two minute walk from the main street and restaurants of Akakura village. Read or leave reviews for Akakura Sun Hotel|
|Hotel Taiko is located at the base of magnificent Mount Myoko. It is only a 7 minute walk to Akakura Onsen Ski Area or a 4 minute shuttle to Shin-Akakura Kanko Onsen Ski Area. It has a natural onsen with the view from the large tenbo open air bath especially breathtaking. Internet access available and bar for apres ski. Reviews on Hotel Taiko, Akakura|
Akakura Accommodation: Quick Links
Can’t find any Akakura Onsen Hotels above that suit you? Send us a request or try some of these Akakura accommodation quick links below:
Hotel Kanejin – With an owner who is big on health and anti-aging plans find yourself invigorated here. Hotel Kanejin reviews
Pension at Home – Located at the foot of Mount Myoko and surrounded by nature, this quiet inn is relaxing. Reviews of Pension At Home
Kotobukirou – We are a small inn offering you our best cooking and the hospitality that only a small inn can.
Kounnoyado Kounkaku in the very centre of Akakura Village boasts a large ‘observation’ onsen and outdoor bath. Reviews