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The small Seki Onsen village is very cute. The Seki Onsen accommodation is traditional Japanese with ryokan and pensions that have hot spring baths.

Seki is very quiet with negligible nightlife or other activities, the village is very Japanese, and it’s a nice place to get away from it all (and other gaijin).

Uguisu no Hatsune Ryokan is a deluxe ryokan (Japanese inn) that has beautiful Japanese style rooms or western rooms with tatami area, and some rooms have their own onsen (rotenburo - open air onsen). This ryokan is located right near the base of the lift. Breakfast and exquisitely prepared dinners are included.

If you have a rental car, the Tsubame Onsen Highland Lodge is a great option to really get away from it all, and it makes a great base for Myoko backcountry skiing because the tunnel run pops out near the hotel. The lodge is 3km by road from Seki Onsen. The lodge is rather quirky and fun and you’re greeted with a glass of gluhwein as you enter the building. There are either twin western rooms or Japanese style rooms, both types with private toilet. Tsubame Onsen Highland Lodge is aptly named because there is an onsen onsite with indoor and outdoor baths. Packages include breakfast and dinner (half board).

Other Myoko Accommodation

You can stay in other Myoko accommodation and take day trips to Seki Onsen.

Staying in Akakura Onsen accommodation has the advantage of easy access to a range of restaurants, bars and shops, and access to child care and ski school.