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Que faire à Iiyama?

Découvrez la ville à travers les yeux d'un habitant. Trouvez les meilleures activités, les meilleures tables et obtenez des conseils inestimables des habitants de la place.

Place of Worship
“The Zen Buddhist temple of the village, built in 1584. Amazing woodwork. You can go do zazen at 5am with the Abbott. Came to Nozawa from Kyoto, this is where Nozawa-na began when the priests brought Kyoto turnips, planted and grew into huge stalks in Nozawa that became the famous pickle, the beautiful yellow flowers bloom in May and Nov.”
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Ski Shop
“Great rental shop for powder skis and boards. Libtech, Jones, k2, and Moss boards are some of the brands they carry. They have a smaller shop closer to us. ”
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Spa
“Surrounded by shrines, ryokans and a little market, this 90 degrees celsius onsen is far too hot for bathing in. Instead the local villagers use it for cooking. It is located in the most beautiful part of the village. In the market you can try eggs that are cooked in this Onsen. While you are here, check out the beautiful temples located next to the Yu-Road (up hill escalator). ”
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Bar
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Restaurant
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Bar
“Recently changed ownership and now named BAR CROSS. A friendly bar with food options available. ”
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Bar
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“Craft ales brewed on the spot with Nozawa`s amazing spring water. Next to Oyu Onsen in the center of the village.”
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Store
“For Skiers in winter and Bikers in summer. Locally owned, great knowledgable staff. ”
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Restaurant
Restaurant
“Newly opened, best burgers in the village hands down! Very big, a little bit messy. Right off of Oyu main street. Small space but they do take-out also. Genki Burger recommended, but I think they`re all great.”
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Museum
“Nozawa Onsen is one of the birthplaces of skiing in Japan. Find out about the amazing history of how the village built the resort from scratch and see old artifacts and pictures.”
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Store
“Burton snowboard shop, best option in the village. Nice Goretex gear. Everything you need as a snowboarder. ”
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Lodging
“Japanese and western mix, set menu, different every night. Book well in advance. Very difficult to book on weekends. ”
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Natural Feature
“Nakao Onsen is housed in a very large traditional building, probably the largest in Nozawa of the public onsen baths. It is in the Nakao area which is another little center of the village with different shops and restaurants, check it out!”
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Bar à cocktails
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“Popular lounge bar, famous for it's crepes in the afternoon. Big lounge upstairs with darts and views out to the ski jump. Food options range from bar snacks to Pizza, and the popular Salmon hotpot (please book in advance for this). Great music and small shop with clothing, music and locally produced snowboard films. A great snowboard collection displayed throughout the bar. Friendly, helpful staff.”
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Restaurant
“Minato - Bar and Karaoke, a bit hidden. Minato Izakaya Restaurant run by same proprietor just a few steps away, very traditional atmosphere.”
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