Residence Yasushi


Autumn leaves by Yvanne Teo | Residence Yasushi, Nozawaonsen, Japan

Inspired by our peaceful “寧 yasushi or yasuragi" location a stone’s throw from the centre of the village, and the kindly “優し yasashii” welcome villagers extends to all visitors, Yasushi combines peacefully serene surroundings with a warm welcome we hope will have all our guests hoping to return soon. 

Our twenty rooms were designed to enhance your privacy and tranquility. Each room has its own ensuite facilities and combines the best of Japanese tradition and design sensibilities, with due consideration to contemporary creature comforts and modern amenities. 

Suite with a view | Residence Yasushi, Nozawaonsen, Japan
Residence Yasushi, Nozawaonsen, Japan

We can also cater to families and groups of friends traveling together. We have suites with two bedrooms and an Annexe lodge that can accommodate a party of up to 11 in four bedrooms and one tatami room.

Our Annexe lodge is ideal for groups of friends and family who would like to stay close together. Connected to the main building by an underground passage, the Annexe comprises four bedrooms and one tatami room (- which can be used as a bedroom, or a chill-out space when you come back from an exciting day out).

If you’d like the option of dining within the lodge, the Annexe boasts a private dine-in kitchen. This is available for booking to guests who have exclusive use of the Annexe.

Residence Yasushi, Nozawaonsen, Japan
Himecho | Residence Yasushi

A traditional machiya style house where you can live in authentic Japanese style!

Himecho@Yasushi is located at the foot of the Yu Road moving walkway with direct access to the Hikage ski area, and is close to Ogama, the spiritual heart of the village. It is a historic machiya-style townhouse, unique in Nozawa Onsen, and accommodates families or groups of up to 12 persons comfortably.

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Residence Yasushi




8853-1 Toyosato,
Shimotakai District,
Nagano Prefecture
389-2502, Japan