Relax in a 400-Year-Old Onsen

Manza Kogen Hotel

Relax in a 400-Year-Old Onsen

Manza Kogen Hotel

Relax in a 400-Year-Old Onsen

Manza Kogen Hotel
Relax in a 400-Year-Old Onsen

Manza Kogen Hotel

Manza is located at an elevation of 1,800 meters, in a region of hot springs that are renowned for their abundant supply of hot water and their high quality.
It is in the heart of Manza that you will find the Manza Kogen Hotel, which features four different types of hot spring to enjoy as you relax and unwind amid natural surroundings.

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Manza Kogen Hotel
Manza Kogen Hotel
Manza Kogen Hotel
Manza Kogen Hotel
Manza Kogen Hotel

Experiences

A mixed-gender bathing area”Sekitei Rotenburo”
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A mixed-gender bathing area”Sekitei Rotenburo”

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MANZA ONSEN
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MANZA ONSEN

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Manza Onsen Ski Resort
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Manza Onsen Ski Resort

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Amenity Bar
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Amenity Bar

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Local Food Menu
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Local Food Menu

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See the Stars at Night
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See the Stars at Night

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Restaurants

Sophisticated Comfort Year-Round

Guest Rooms and Suites

Our guest rooms include a full complement of family rooms for use by families or groups, making it easy to truly unwind and relax.

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Manza Kogen Hotel
Manza Kogen Hotel
Manza Kogen Hotel

Facilities

In addition to the spectacular Sekitei Rotenburo, we also provide other amenities, such as a souvenir shop and other relaxation opportunities.

Where we are

Nearby Attractions

Manza Onsen Ski Resort

Manza Onsen Ski Resort

A brief 3-minute stroll from Manza Kogen Hotel, this ski resort at 1,800 meters above sea level is one of the premier powder snow ski destinations in …
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Manza Onsen Tour Pass

Manza Onsen Tour Pass

This ticket entitles holders to free access to all hot springs in the Manza Onsen district. Please inquire at the Reception Desk for more …
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Karabuki

Karabuki

Renowned as a symbol of Manza Onsen, Karabuki is a fumarole which jets volcanic gas containing steam from the belly of the small Kusatsu-Shirane …
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Manza Yakushido

Manza Yakushido

Manza Yakushido (‘healing temple’) has watched over Manza Onsen since long ago and is still highly regarded as a guardian deity of the area’s hot springs. Take a trip to one of the region’s …
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Ushiike

Ushiike

Ushiike Lake is nestled amidst tranquil forest and provides visitors with spectacular scenery as red and yellow leaves reflect on its surface in …
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Yubatake

Yubatake

Also known as ‘Ubayu’, Yubatake is Manza Onsen’s largest wellspring and boasts an abundant hot water flow of 1,100 litres per minute at a scalding temperature of around …
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Highest point on the national highway

Highest point on the national highway

Situated along the Shiga-Kusatsu Route, the highest point on Japan’s national highway provides a magnificent panorama in summer and beautiful red and yellow leaves in …
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Mt. Yokote Peak Hut

Mt. Yokote Peak Hut

At an altitude of 2,300 meters, the Mt. Yokote Peak Hut is also renowned as the ‘mountaintop …
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Skylator

Skylator

The Skylator is a moving walkway located along the Shiga-Kusatsu Kogen Route which also provides access to the peak of Mt. Yokote by the adjoining …
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Tsumagoi Farm

Tsumagoi Farm

Located midway along the Manza Highway, Tsumagoi Farm features a rest area where you can enjoy a meal and browse through the locally-made …
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Tsumagoi-Kogen Golf Course (20 minutes by car)

Tsumagoi-Kogen Golf Course (20 minutes by car)

This golf course gracefully blends with the gentle slopes of the surrounding highlands. Enjoy panoramic views of Mount Asama, Mount Motoshirane, and the Akagi mountain range while taking in the …
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Kusatsu Onsen Yubatake (40 minutes by car, 60 minutes in winter)

Kusatsu Onsen Yubatake (40 minutes by car, 60 minutes in winter)

As one of Japan’s top three hot springs, the iconic Yubatake is the symbolic center of the Kusatsu Onsen hot spring …
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Onioshidashi Park (50 minutes by car)

Onioshidashi Park (50 minutes by car)

This scenic spot was formed by the solidified lava from the eruption of Mount Asama in 1783. The walking paths allow for the observation of not just the volcanic rocks, but also the seasonal alpine …
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Yamba Dam (60 minutes by car)

Yamba Dam (60 minutes by car)

The reservoir is a hub for activities like amphibious bus tours, canoeing, and kayaking, with nearby facilities for camping and barbecue, as well as a scenic lakeside …
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Shiraito Falls (60 minutes by car)

Shiraito Falls (60 minutes by car)

This stunning waterfall at the source of the Yukawa River is fed by hundreds of underground streams that cascade over a uniquely curved rock wall, enveloping the surroundings in a serene …
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Karuizawa Prince Shopping Plaza (80 minutes by car)

Karuizawa Prince Shopping Plaza (80 minutes by car)

This vast shopping mall, located on the south side of Karuizawa Station, blends seamlessly with the surrounding nature. Here, you can find outlet stores of renowned brands, home decor, lifestyle …
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Megane Bridge (110 minutes by car)

Megane Bridge (110 minutes by car)

Standing at 31 meters in height and 91 meters in length, this is Japan’s largest brick arch bridge, recognized as a national Important Cultural …
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Jigokudani Yaen Koen (60 minutes by car, 150 minutes in winter)

Jigokudani Yaen Koen (60 minutes by car, 150 minutes in winter)

This park offers a rare opportunity to observe the intriguing lives of Japanese macaques up close. Famous for their habit of soaking in hot springs, these monkeys are a beloved sight for visitors …
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