:: Matsuya Ryokan is a traditional Family owned Japanese style hotel in the bustling ski village town of Akakura Onsen. The Family have decided that it is now time to move on and have decided to relinquish ownership of the business and assets.
:: Home Page link: https://matsuya-ryokan.net (Japanese only)
:: The below assets are now available for purchase in a much sort after area of the Upper Village;
- Land Size 466.93m2 (Car Park is rented)
- Guest parking available for approximately 15 cars via rented land located nect door
- 1 x Onsen Line is included in the package
- Building size 946.99m2
- 9 rooms (1 x ensuite)
- Onsen Bathroom (men's and ladies)
- Dining Room
:: The building was contructed in 1970 and refurbished and extended in 1994. The building has been maticululously maintained by the current owner Matsuya San. A portion of the building is rented out to a Ski Rental Shop.
:: Conveniently located in the upper village approximately 300 metres from the Akakura Onsen Ski Lifts and also the Akakura Kanko ski lifts on either side.
Local golf course information making this a year round travel destination - http://myoko-nagano.com/golf/
Akakura Onsen is located around the main onsen village of the same name in Myoko city, Niigata Prefecture. There are three main areas to the Akakura Onsen resort - Yodel, Kumado and Ginrei. Akakura Onsen is course-connected with the neighbouring Akakura Kanko Resort and a lift ticket that is valid at both is available. Night skiing is available daily for most of the main season until 10:00pm.
Myoko is the name of a city in Niigata Prefecture, but it is also the name that many people associate with a number of ski and snowboard resorts located on and around the beautiful Mt Myoko in the south west region of the city. The region famously often receives some of the heaviest snowfalls in Japan. Myoko is located fairly close to a number of other popular ski and snowboard resort areas in neighbouring Nagano Prefecture including Madarao Kogen, Nozawa Onsen and Shiga Kogen (regional map). It is also a popular onsen hot springs and nature resort all year round and in recent years there has been a large increase in the number of visitors from overseas.
Niigata Prefecture is located in the central region of Honshu to the north of Tokyo and has a 250km long coastline facing the Sea of Japan. Convenient transportation links make Niigata very easy to get to from Tokyo and other surrounding regions. Most of the larger ski and snowboard resorts in Niigata Prefecture are concentrated in the southern regions around Yuzawa town, Minamiuonuma city and Myoko city.
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