Onsen Tour with Soba & Sake in Nagano

Onsen Tour with Soba & Sake in Nagano


This local Onsen is situated in the Nagano city. You can have a natural hot spring with a great view of the Susobana Ravine which is counted among the 100 Landscapes of Japan. Refresh your body and soak in this hot spring fed by vast amounts of water welling up naturally.

Please note: If you are heavily tattooed, you are not allowed to have Onsen in this place. One point Tattoo should be OK, so please inform us how big is your tattoo in advance.

In the long history of Onsen in Japan, there are manners and etiquette that people follow to try not to cause any troubles for other Onsen users. So your guide will let you know some rules before you have Onsen.

After Onsen, you have delicious Soba and local Sake. Also you will be able to choose a meal from a variety of Japanese set meal, such as pork cutlet on rice, Japanese curry, fried chiken with rice or Ramen instead of Soba & Sake. Non-alcoholic drink is available.

Trip Itinerary

Starbucks Coffee - MIDORI Nagano
At 15:55, meet with your guide in front of Starbucks Coffee Midori Nagano station
At the Bus stop
At 16:05, we get on the free shuttle bus from Onsen facility and heading to Onsen. Note: please come on time because if you miss this bus, it will be 17:05 for next bus.
Visit Onsen
Arrive at Onsen facility and you will have nice hot spring of indoor bath and open-air bath.
We visit restaurant and you can have Soba & Sake. You can also choose other meal & drink such as Ramen or Japanese curry with beer.
At the bus stop
At 17:50, free shuttle bus will leave. If you wanna stay Onsen more, you can choose 18:50 free shuttle bus.
Tour Concludes
The tour concludes at Nagano station
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Onsen Tour with Soba & Sake in Nagano
  • Includes: Bathing fee, Sauna, Dinner, 1 alcoholic or non-alcoholic drink and Rental Towels
  • duration: 2 -3 hours
  • Group: From 1 to 8 pp

¥14,000per adult

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  • Duration: 2-3 hours
  • Minimum: 1 people per tour
  • Maximum: 8 people per tour
  • Price: 14,000 JPY (incl. tax) per adult
  • Includes: Bathing fee, Sauna, Dinner, 1 alcoholic or non-alcoholic drink and Rental Towels
  • Excludes: Extra drinks and food (available to purchase), Bullet train tickets, meal for infant
  • Meeting location: In front of Starbucks Midori Nagano station
Professional Guide

Local expert, personable English-speaking guides

Relaxed tour

You can be relaxed on this tour. Refresh and heal your body.


You can have pure natural hotspring and sauna.


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