“Noten Buro (open-air bath)” to see the marvelous view Relax by the Japanese atmosphere in the nature Takamine Kogen in Nagano
In Japan, there are a lot of mountains and forests.
Two-third of its land is forests, and quarter of its altitude is 500 meters.
“Takamine Kogen” in the northern part of Nagano Prefecture is also one of them.
It is a smooth landform with the rich natural environment, and locates on 2,000 meters high.
This coming summer season is the best season for trekking and hiking.
Colorful alpine plants decorate there, and Mt.Fuji, Mt.Yatsugatake, and north Alps are seen in the distance.
These magnificent views make us being relaxed .
2,000 meters of altitude is no need of the air conditioner even in the summer season.
But the cold season comes earlier, so that most accommodations light stoves in the autumn season.
Cold mountain air enters from the window, and soft fire heats the body.
“Mountain time” to relax is fulfilled by relaxation that wants to visit there all season.
In the daytime, it’s good to observe wild birds and the nature.
In the nighttime, it’s good to have meals by local foods, hot soba tea and Kumazasa tea, and a lot of events
to be close with the nature are held;
for example, starlit sky observation society.
Then, a secret hot spring to see the marvelous view by same eye level as clouds, “Noten Buro (open-air bath)”
is necessary to experience.
The view, seeing from the bath on a cliff, is surely powerful!
This hot spring is the only placebo experience it.
After enjoying the marvelous view and the hot spring, we recommend you to stay at popular room
While being relaxed on the tatami to heal from the fatigue by the hiking in the daytime, it’s the luxurious time
to enjoy the Japanese atmosphere and view.
Takamine Kogen is able to enjoy the Japanese atmosphere of the rich nature, alpine plants, star-studded sky,
Noten Buro, and staying in the Japanese room.
The time might fly slowly there.
Source of photo:https://www.yadoran.jp/magazine/159856 https://www.booking.com/hotel/jp/takamine-kogen.ja.htm