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Hot Spring Accommodation National Park Resorts of Japan KYUKAMURA MYOKO

National Park Resorts of Japan KYUKAMURA MYOKO
Rice, sake, side dishes, and water from the hot spring that brings good luck, bestowed by the nature of Echigo.

Mt. Myoko, a beautiful peak counted among the One Hundred Mountains of Japan, is a treasure trove of healing power located in the southwest area of Niigata Prefecture. Halfway up the mountain, in the National Park Resorts of Japan (KYUKAMURA MYOKO), you can enjoy the changing scenery of the four seasons to your heart's content, from rooms that look upon the magnificent mountains as well as from a hot spring bath with a view.

Dainty flowers bloom in spring, the greenery becomes more luxurious in summer, colorful foliage blankets the mountains in autumn, and mountains and ski slopes alike become a white wonderland in winter. You will discover new surprises with every visit. In addition to hiking and other varied highland leisure activities, foods rich in the bounty of the mountains and sea, and the warmth of the people, are attractions of Myoko. Spend a relaxing time at Myoko, a place where you can return to your natural self, and a place you will want to visit again and again.

Facility Outline

Check-in:15:00
Check-out:10:00
Closed:Open daily throughout the year
Usage Fee:Requires a Fee
Day Tickets for Bathing Facilities:Available 13:00 - 18:00
Water Types:Sodium and calcium chloride spring
Foreign Languages Accommodated:None
Address:Sekiyama 6087-10-1, Myoko City, Niigata Prefecture
Tel:0255-82-3168
Website:http://www.qkamura.or.jp/en/myoukou/
A bath characterized by red mineral deposits
A bath characterized by red mineral deposits
Rooms for appreciating the view of magnificent Mt. Myoko are also available
Rooms for appreciating the view of magnificent Mt. Myoko are also available
Message from the Facility
DirectorTsuguo Yagi

When looking out from our famed hot spring bath with a view, you will see the changing seasonal landscape of Mt. Myoko stretching out before your very eyes. The late autumn landscape, known as “Myoko three-color layer fall foliage,” is particularly worth seeing; it reveals snow on the summit, autumn foliage midway up the slopes, and greenery on the foothills.

The bath’s spring water is characterized by red mineral deposits, and is said to be good for recovery from fatigue and to promote sound health.



Director
Tsuguo Yagi