Chalet Hinata is a newly build (2015) modern chalet conveniently located in a quiet and serene neighborhood in the Misorano-Echoland area.
Enjoy the comfort and amazing views from this high standard eco home primarily designed for six persons, measuring 110 sq m, with a traditional Japanese style bedroom (2 persons) and a Western style bedroom (4 persons).
You will be personally welcomed and looked after by the owners of B&B Koyuki, which is close by.
From the entrance, which has enough room for all your gears e.g. skis, boots etc, you will walk straight into the open plan living, dining and kitchen area. The glass door in the dining area leads to the deck with great views into the mountains towards Happo-one and Iwatake ski resorts.
On the second floor you will find a traditional Japanese style bedroom (2 persons) and a Western style bedroom with a double (2 persons) and a bunk bed (2 persons). In the open study between the two bedrooms there is also a sofa-bed.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
Our bed & breakfast (B&B Koyuki) is close by (100 meters) which makes it easy for you to reach us and we are happy to assist you with rentals, discounted lift-tickets, booking ski-/snowboard lessons, tours and restaurants, plus everything needed to make yourself feel at home.
Please check-in at B&B Koyuki. 2451-13 Hokujyo, Hakuba-mura, Kita Azumi-gun, Nagano-ken, Japan. Also send luggage to this address.
You will find the house rules in the Information Book at the chalet.
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After having lived most of my live in Switzerland - with a short stop over (1 year) to Australia - I and my family are now living in the Northern Alps of Japan in Hakuba. Hakuba is well known as an excellent ski resort since the Nagano Winter Olympic games in 1998, where it hosted the alpine, ski jump and cross-country disciplines.
I love the mountains (lived most of my live in the mountains) as well as mountain biking, cycling, skiing and flying remote gliders and helicopters. I used to fly gliders in Switzerland which I haven't tried yet here in Japan.
My wife and I started running our Bed and Breakfast in 2009. It gives us the great opportunity to welcome people from all over the world and making sure they all have a great time while in Hakuba. It fills our heart with joy seeing our guests coming back with a big smile after a great day in the mountains.