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Ryokan

With tatami mats and fusuma sliding doors, ryokan have a traditional Japanese design. Not only will the staff set out your dishes and prepare your futon, they’ll do all that they can to make your trip a pleasant one. Staying here is sure to lift your spirits.

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Hotels

Generally, accommodations where you sleep in a bed. Since Ueda City has many izakaya, affordable lodging when you enjoy your night out is quite attractive. We also recommend you use one as your base while sightseeing in Nagano Prefecture.

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Camping

Spend a blissful time out in nature. A mountain resort, Nagano Prefecture has a high average elevation, meaning it’s a cool environment even in summer. In addition to overnight stays, we also recommend day camping.

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Pensions / Guesthouses

We recommend this for people who want to enjoy social interaction during their stay. By connecting with other people, you may enjoy your own special trip.

Kakeyu Hot Springs Saihokuso

With a 24 hour/day bath fed by natural hot springs and balanced meals using 30 different ingredients, having your meals brought up to your room is quite popular.

Maruko Hot Springs Area

Takenoyu Hot Springs Unkeiso

Loved by locals for 400 years, this quiet hot spring ryokan is out among the forests and valleys.

Takeshi/Utsukushigahara

Tourist Minowa

A quiet inn along the clear-flowing Takeshi River. They are particularly proud of their rice and dishes made with fresh river fish.

Takeshi/Utsukushigahara

Minowa Riverside Auto Campground

A campground with a nice feel from the green grass that covers it entirely. It’s beside the river, so you can also enjoy playing in the water.

Takeshi/Utsukushigahara

Rental House Morishima

Complete with furniture and appliances, you are free to use the house as you like.

Takeshi/Utsukushigahara

Suguri Campground

At the foot of the Utsukushigahara Highlands, this campground makes use of the woods and can even be used by large groups of people.

Takeshi/Utsukushigahara

Ueda Onsen Shoen Jukyuan

The Taisho-era (1912-1926) influence remains at the only hot spring ryokan in front of Ueda Station.

City Center

OYO Ueda Station Hotel

Standing is clear view from Ueda Station’s Castle Exit, this business hotel exclusively offers one-night stays with no meals and is attractive for its budget prices.

City Center

Ueda Dai-ichi Hotel

Close to downtown and within walking distance of Ueda Station. This hotel is popular for its at-home atmosphere.

City Center

Ueda Seiyo Hatagokan

With hot springs facilities, this hotel can meet a wide variety of needs, such as lodging, parties, and meetings.

City Center

Ueda Tokyu REI Hotel

This urban hotel is an extremely convenient base of operations for sightseeing or business.

City Center

Sotetsu Fresa Inn Nagano-Ueda

Perfectly situated in front of Ueda Station, this is an ideal base not only for business but for sightseeing, too.

City Center

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