Restaurants & Nightlife

This ski resort cum farming village has a supply of fantastic fresh, local vegetables which are often employed by the local restaurants. Enjoy a wide variety of dishes throughout the village restaurants, but make sure to try some of the local specialty dishes. Fresh soba noodles from locally grown buckwheat, piping hot oyaki steamed buns with a variety of different fillings: sweet been paste, sweet pumpkin, apple, local nozawana vegetables, raddish and mixed veggies, or the popular onsen-boiled eggs. The ryokans, Japanese style inns, often also provide kaiseki cuisine, which offers a spread of small yet tasty vegetable, seafood and meat dishes. Each nutritious plate contains only a small volume, but you’ll find yourself getting full quickly!

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