A Resort for All Seasons

Naeba Prince Hotel

A Resort for All Seasons

Naeba Prince Hotel
A Resort for All Seasons

Naeba Prince Hotel

Only a stone’s throw from the ski slope! This versatile resort hotel features approximately 1,200 guest rooms and a full complement of amenities.
During the winter season, there’s plenty of after-ski attractions to enjoy at our restaurants and shops.

2019-2020 Winter Season 

December 7, 2019 – April 5, 11 and 12, 2020
Dragondora season: December 21, 2019 – March 22, 2020
>>Naeba Ski Resort Website

>>Live camera

Kagura and Mitsumata Area: November 23, 2019 – May 24, 2020
Tashiro Area: December 14, 2019 – May 6, 2020
>>Kagura Ski Resort Website

About us
Naeba Prince Hotel
Naeba Prince Hotel
Naeba Prince Hotel

Experiences

Prince Snow Kids
Experience

Prince Snow Kids

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Naeba Ski Resort [Snow Land]
Experience

Naeba Ski Resort [Snow Land]

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2019-20 Fireworks Display Schedule
Experience

2019-20 Fireworks Display Schedule

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An Elegant Atmosphere in Functional Spaces

Guest Rooms and Suites

Approximately 1,200 rooms, with many different types to choose from! Find what best suits your style.

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Naeba Prince Hotel
Naeba Prince Hotel

Where we are

The Naeba Prince Hotel is located in Echigo-Yuzawa, Niigata Prefecture.
Approximately 2 hours by Shinkansen and bus from Tokyo.

Nearby Attractions

Daigenta Canyon

Daigenta Canyon

Enjoy the great outdoors with barbecue facilities and …

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Hakkaisan Ropeway

Hakkaisan Ropeway

An 81-person gondola carries you the 2,217m length of this ropeway. The beautiful panorama of nature …

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Harasawa Apple Orchard

Harasawa Apple Orchard

These apples are popular for their smooth mellowness and sweet taste. Try some for yourself in the …

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Kaido-no-yu Spa

Kaido-no-yu Spa

We suggest you visit it after skiing, as it is right in front of Mitsumata Station in the Kagura …

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Kaikake Hot Spring

Kaikake Hot Spring

A member site of the Society to Protect Japan’s Secret Hot Springs, this spa was once used by a Warring …

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Kiyotsu Gorge

Kiyotsu Gorge

One of the Three Great Gorges of Japan. Sheer cliffs that look as if they have been split with an axe …

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Komakusa-no-yu Spa

Komakusa-no-yu Spa

In the base station of the Yuzawa Onsen …

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Lantern Rock

Lantern Rock

As the name suggests, it is a rock in the shape of a lantern. This area is famous for its autumn …

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Mantenboshi Onsen

Mantenboshi Onsen

A day-use hot spring that overlooks Lake Akaya. It also has a restaurant and the House of Fables and Puppet …

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Mt. Naeba

Mt. Naeba

At the peak, a great wetland extends out for 4 square kilometers, and as the scene resembles …

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OKKY Okukiyotsu Power Station (free entry)

OKKY Okukiyotsu Power Station (free entry)

This is the largest pumped-storage hydroelectric power station in Japan. There are many things for both …

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Shukuba-no-yu Spa

Shukuba-no-yu Spa

A hot spring for relaxation that is also popular with the …

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Takumi-no-Sato (Hands-on Facility)

Takumi-no-Sato (Hands-on Facility)

Bamboo craft, woodwork, a pottery barn, and visiting roadside Buddhist …

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Tsukiyono Vidro Park

Tsukiyono Vidro Park

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Yaze Shinsui Park

Yaze Shinsui Park

Inside the 3.5 hectares of this park rich in natural beauty, which includes the Yaze Archaeological Site, …

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Wadagoya Ski Area

Wadagoya Ski Area

You can take a break here at the base area for climbing Mt. …

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