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Aomori City (approx 45 mins drive)

Because the weather can be terrible for days up at the Hakkoda ski area, Aomori City can be a good alternative to staying at or near the ropeway; at least you will be able to explore the city and the area and you will have a reasonable selection of restaurants & bars, not to mention a lot greater selection of accommodation and cheaper prices. Having a car would be ideal. See Aomori city hotels here.

Kuroishi Hotels

On the outskirts of Kuroishi City is the Kuroishi Hot Spring Village, which has various ryokan and Japanese inns that have onsen baths. As there are no restaurants in the area, you'll want to get a meal plan with breakfast and dinner included. It’s only 22km (30 min drive) from the Kuroishi hot spring village to Hakkoda. Google maps will try to take you around the long way, but it’s possible to utilise route 394 and 103 to reach the Hakkoda Ropeway. Or if you want to ski at Aomori Spring Ski Resort, it is 43km to the west of the onsen village.

Hakkoda Accommodation Options

There are a couple of options for Hakkoda accommodation near the ropeway and ski area, as well as a two lovely Hakkoda hotels just a short drive from the ropeway (shuttles between the hotel and Hakkoda ski area provided). Staying in Hakkoda is very quiet and other than having dinner and an onsen, there isn't much to do after skiing and snowboarding. If you have a car, the other option is to stay in the nearby city in one of the Aomori hotels or in Kuroishi City in the Kuroishi Hot Spring Village which is only 22km from Hakkoda.
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Kanesada Ryokan View More Info

NO FRILLS INN

Small indoor onsen baths
Standard: 2 stars Kuroishi
Kanesada Ryokan is a simple hot spring inn located in the Ochiai Onsen district of the Kuroishi Hot Spring Village. Tatami rooms with futons on the floor, shared bathrooms that utilise small indoor onsen baths.
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Lamp no Yado Aoni Onsen View More Info

LOVELY ONSEN

Disconnect from the world
Standard: 3 stars Kuroishi
Lamp no Yado Aoni Onsen is a quaint wooden traditional ryokan in a secluded valley as part of the Kuroishi Hot Spring Village. It’s renowned for only using oil lamps for lighting. Japanese tatami rooms (up to 4 futons) with shared bathrooms, including the beautiful indoor & outdoor onsen baths.
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Sukayu Onsen Ryokan View More Info

HISTORIC RYOKAN

Very famous onsen
Standard: 2 stars Overview
Sukayu Onsen Ryokan is a historic Japanese wooden hotel with a very famous onsen. It has multiple baths & is particularly renowned for the large mixed gender bath. Japanese tatami rooms & western bed tatami rooms with toilet. 5.5km from Hakkoda Ropeway. Half board packages (breakfast & dinner)
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Tabino Yado Saikawa View More Info

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Itadome Onsen district of Kuroishi
Standard: 3 stars Kuroishi
Tabino Yado Saikawa is a small hot spring ryokan in the Itadome Onsen district of the Kuroishi Hot Spring Village (Hakkoda side of Kuroishi). Japanese tatami rooms (single, twin & triple), some with a private toilet & all utilise the shared bathhouse that includes onsen baths. Vegan food option.
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