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Accommodation Camp Site Koyaike Hutte

Koyaike Hutte
A landscape known all over the world for its beauty.

Koyaike Hutte is located 2,100 m above sea level in Myoko-Togakushi renzan National Park. It is next to the Koya-ike Marsh, which is known as a treasure trove of alpine plants. It serves as a base for ascents of Mt. Myoko and Mt. Hiuchi.

Primula cuneifolia Ledeb. var. hakusanensis makino and Aleutian mountainheath thrive at Koya-ike Pond. Known as a paradise on earth, the pond was selected as one of the "31 most beautiful places in Japan" by the American news network CNN. In the fall, the gradations of the hues of the leaves spread across the Koya-ike Marsh are sure to captivate those who view the scene at the peak of its beauty.

Facility Outline

Accommodation:Rooms on the second and third floors
Common-use Facilities:Cafeteria, cooking room, restrooms, shop, camping site
Check-in:10:00 *Booking required
Closed:No closings during the operating period
(Closing period: November 4 – April 15 * Subject to change due to snow accumulation conditions)
Usage Fee:Requires a Fee
Foreign Languages Accommodated:English and Chinese
Address:Myoko City, Niigata Prefecture
Tengu-no-niwa Marsh, 15 minutes on foot from the hut
Tengu-no-niwa Marsh, 15 minutes on foot from the hut
View from the second floor of the hut
View from the second floor of the hut
Message from the Facility

The beauty of the autumn foliage in early October is enchanting. The peak of its beauty lasts about 3 days. Under a clear sky, the stars on the night of the new moon are another unforgettable sight.

Mt. Hiuchi is known as the northernmost range of the rock ptarmigan, which you may encounter along the path from Raicho-daira to the summit if your luck is good. Curious stoats may also come to the Hutte to play.

No matter when you visit, you can enjoy the delights of the season.

Myoko City Hall Tourism and Industry Section
Hiroki Koike