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Enjoy a sojourn surrounded by the abundant beauty of the Tateshina Highlands
The Tateshina Highlands are well-loved by all sorts of people, as the forerunner of the Japanese health resort. In the summer you can see the fresh greenery of the high mountains; in the fall, the changing colors of the leaves; in winter a blanket of silvery white covers the land; and spring, the finest of all, allows you to enjoy the sights of not only the melting snow and the new green, but the amazing colors of a million flowers and blossoms. Each of the four seasons expresses itself in the natural beauty of the scenery here, drawing high praise from its many visitors.
For a sojourn surrounded by the abundant beauty of the Tateshina Highlands, Tateshina Grand Hotel Takinoyu is the place to go. Surrounded by beautiful, refreshing greenery, many people come here during the summer to get away from the intense heat of Japan’s more lowland areas. The surrounding facilities will also allow you to enjoy a variety of activities such as golf, trekking, skiing, and snowshoes! We provide a wide variety of fun experiences.
Around 150 minutes by car from Tokyo, or around 2 hours by Azusa train from Shinjuku. From Kamikochi to Suwa, Matsumoto, Nagano and Karuizawa, from our hotel it’s no trouble to go for a drive to any of these popular sightseeing locations with their amazing scenery. The Venus Line, which runs right in front of our hotel, is great for taking a driving tour of the region. Enjoy an unobstructed view of the beautiful mountain scenery, and a drive in a wide open landscape!
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