The miso barrel open-air bath where you can enjoy the great outdoors of the Northern Alps and the Hakuba Katakuri Onsen, which has skin-beautifying effects, and well-known for soothing travel fatigue. In winter, there are drying rooms and changing rooms for guests using the ski resort.

Miso barrel open-air bath

The Miso barrel bath is in a traditional Japanese house, It is a large wooden barrel crafted by craftsmen. There are dedicated changing rooms and showers available. Please rinse yourself before entering.

■ Booking
Reservations only (same-day reservations only) 30 minutes for 1,000 yen per group
*There may be days when the facility is closed due to maintenance or weather conditions.

Public hot spring bath

This public hot spring bath located inside the hotel is available 24 hours. You can relax both body and mind after a long day of travel or sports.

■ Separate large baths for men and women available 24 hours

Please follow the hot spring rules by washing your body and removing all clothes including underwear before entering.

Service Space

Vending machines, coffee machines, microwaves, ice makers

Drying Room

Drying Room is for ski and snowboard equipment.
*Only available in winter

Laundry Corner

Washing machines (up to 7kg, 400 yen per use) and dryers (200 yen for 30 minutes).

Private changing room

You can use it to change clothes before checking in or after checking out.
*Only available in winter


Personal coin lockers are provided for securing your belongings. For larger items, the luggage room is also available.

Smoking areas

Smoking is prohibited throughout the hotel. Please smoke in designated outdoor areas.


The parking lot is for guests only (18 spaces).
*If you are coming by car, please let us know.

Hakuba Katakuri Onsen

This is a hot spring sourced from the foothills of the Northern Alps directly beneath the Hakuba Goryu Ski Resort. The water is a simple alkaline spring known for its excellent skincare properties. It's available for 24 hours. (Closed for maintenance every Wednesday morning)