ABOUT THE HOTEL

Kagura Mitsumata Cottage is a privately-owned inn located adjacent to the Mitsumata Ropeway and Kagura ski area. We offer comfortable Japanese style rooms all of which have mountain views.

Kagura Mitsumata Cottage was established by the Tanemura family in 1981 and purchased by the current owners, in 2017.  Our front desk staff  can assist with your enquiries.

The rooms are traditional Japanese style tatami, with warm and comfortable futons. The rooms are heated in winter and come with fans in summer. Toilets and bathrooms are shared. The inn offers communal areas – large dinning room, cosy sitting room and tatami mat relaxing room, together with a spacious drying room and ski store area and onsen. Free Wi-Fi is available in the public areas of the inn (front office, sitting room and dining room).

The Front Desk is open between 7:00 and 21:00.  With Check in at 15:00 and Check out at 10:00.

Our public bath is available to guests from 15:00 to 21:00.

A luggage store is available and can be used prior to check in or after checking out. Changing facilities are also available.

The inn is located 10 minute drive from Echigo Yuzawa  Shinkansen station. From Tokyo it is just over an hour by shinkansen or about 3 hours driving via the expressway. 

We are not currently offering a food service and as there are minimal food places in our village, please feel free to bring your own food, we have hot water, microwaves and a fridge available in our dining room for your use.  Yuzawa, a 10 min drive away, has a wide selection of restaurants and there is a 7Eleven located on Route17 at the bottom the hill at Kandatsu.  

The Mitsumata Ropeway is an easy stroll away, with plenty of options for ski and board hire along the way. The ski resort encompasses three areas – Mitsumata, Kagura and Tashiro. Mitsumata and Tashiro are great locations to learn to ski or board, with Kagura catering to the more experienced riders with back and side country galore! All areas are accessible via the Mitsumata Ropeway.

At the end of the street is the Mitsumata visitor centre showcasing local produce and souvenirs, and across the road from it is Kaido no yu onsen, perfect for a soak at the end of a big Japan powder day!  

During the summer months, Mitsumata, Kagura and Tashiro are perfect for hiking, with trails catering for beginners through to experienced hikers. In July, Naeba, hosts the Fuji Rock Festival, the largest rock festival in Japan.

Kagura Mitsumata Cottage is a non-smoking inn.