[Hokuriku Toyama] Enjoy hot springs and autumn leaves! Enjoy the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route and Tateyama sightseeing

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We will introduce recommended sightseeing information about Tateyama, the pride of Hokuriku Toyama.

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1. Tateyama, representative of Hokuriku Toyama

About Tateyama

Tateyama is one of Japan's 100 famous mountains and is the main peak of the Northern Alps. Tateyama has many attractions, including the ``Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route,'' a series of mountains that are over 3,000 meters above sea level, and ``Shomyo Falls,'' which boasts one of the highest falls in Japan.

Tateyama Museum is a museum located in Tateyama Town, Toyama Prefecture, whose theme is the relationship between humans and the nature of Tateyama.

The exhibition hall introduces the history of Tateyama and the world of Tateyama worship. At Yobokan, you can see the Tateyama Mountain Range and the flow of the Kurobe River. At Mandara Yuen, you can tour buildings and gardens related to the Tateyama faith.

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Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route/Tateyama Tourism

The Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route is one of the world's leading mountain sightseeing routes that connects Toyama and Nagano, and allows you to easily enjoy the spectacular scenery created by nature while changing between various vehicles.

For example, the Murodo Terminal, where electric buses arrive and depart, is the highest station in Japan, and the Tateyama Mountain Range looming nearby is a sight to behold. Kurobe Dam is one of the largest arch-type dome-shaped dams in Japan, and you can be impressed by its dynamic water release.

The recommended time to visit Tateyama is during the Alpine Route operating period from April to November. Especially from April to June, you can see a snow wall over 20 meters high called ``Yuki no Otani''. Also, from September to October, the beauty of the autumn leaves is outstanding.

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2. Hot spring and sauna trip in Tateyama Kurobe! 3 Recommended Accommodations

Furthermore, there are many facilities that offer sauna experiences that can only be experienced in Toyama, such as cold baths using Toyama's natural water and outdoor baths surrounded by spectacular views of nature, which are attracting attention from all over the country.

This time, we will introduce three recommended accommodations in Tateyama Kurobe where you can experience hot springs and saunas!

①Kaze no Mori Tateyama, an inn in the Tateyama Mountain Range

Kaze no Mori Tateyama, a hotel in the Tateyama Mountain Range, is conveniently located for sightseeing along the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route, and boasts cuisine that lets you enjoy the delicacies of the Sea of ​​Japan and the Northern Alps, as well as hot springs known as hot springs for beautiful skin. Guest rooms include Japanese-style rooms, Western-style rooms, and villas with open-air baths, allowing you to enjoy the seasonal views of the Tateyama Mountain Range.

The Tateyama Mountain Range is one of the world's leading mountain sightseeing routes, with many sights to see such as Snowy Otani and Kurobe Dam.

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②Mikurigaike Onsen

Mikurigaike Onsen is the highest natural hot spring in Japan. The altitude is 2410 meters, and it is located at Murododaira on the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route. The source water is drawn from Jigokudani, and the cloudy, sulfur-scented hot water is 100% free-flowing.

From the indoor baths with separate views for men and women, you can enjoy a spectacular view of the Tateyama Mountain Range.

Day-trip bathing is available from 9:00 to 16:00, and the adult rate is 1000 yen. We also have original face towels and rental bath towels.

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"TATEYAMA SAUNA" is an outdoor sauna where you can fully enjoy the nature of the Tateyama Mountain Range.

It can also be used as a private villa, and you can enjoy the three sacred treasures: sauna, cold bath, and outdoor air bath. The sauna room is made of Tateyama cedar and has a bench engraved with the name and altitude of the Tateyama mountain range. The water bath uses melted snow from Mt. Tateyama, and the outdoor bath offers a panoramic view of the countryside.

Events such as Loryu and Whisking are also held here.

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