Nozawa Onsen is home to dozens and dozens of small restaurants, bars, and cafes. We can’t keep up with them. Most make good use of the abundant local agricultural produce, many are locally run.
Whether it’s local specialities like the famous Nozawana pickles, some of the best soba in Japan, or horsemeat sashimi; Japanese standards like sushi, okonomiyaki, or yakitori; or a sourdough pizza, an authentic salchicha, or a handmade burger… you’ll find it, and you’ll find it all within walking distance of your accommodation.
Local apple juices are a must. There’s a renowned microbrewery in the village, wineries nearby, two sake breweries vying for your tastebuds, and local hooches to try as well.In peak periods, our concierges will be happy to book your dinner for you every evening.
Please always honour your reservations as restaurants are small. There are a number of restaurants on the mountain for a rest, a meal, and a beer or two while you’re up above the village.