Oyado Furuya is pleased to provide our guests with a uniquely Japanese stay in Myoko(“Oyado” basically means a Japanese-style inn).
Located right in the center of the main street of Akakura, Myoko’s ski center, Furuya provides quick access on foot to the two major ski resorts in Akakura, and a location close to everything you need, from the shuttle buses to other resorts, to the majority area restaurants and other evening spots. You’ll probably never need to walk more than five minutes (although you may feel like a stroll on a snowy night in downtown Myoko.
From the time you enter the hotel you’ll know we have something special ready for you, with a warm, natural, very traditional feeling.
Our rooms are spacious and beautiful, with Japanese design elements even in the rooms with Western beds (we know futons are not for everyone!).
Our rates, too, are quite reasonable when you see our style, our service and our location.
We also take great pride in our Japanese cuisine—and you don’t have to be a staying guest toenjoy a memorable meal at the Furuya!We have perhaps the finest shabu shabu meals in town: quickly dip tender, thinly-sliced beef in boiling water before dipping it in one of several savory sauces, served with a delicious array of side dishes.
We look forward to welcoming you to Myoko, and Oyado Furuya!
Deluxe Japanese tatami room withprivate outdoor Onsen accommodating up to 4 people
Rates from 16,700 yen per person per night including breakfast
11th November - 26th December
29th December - 3rd Jan
4th January - 30th April
Western Twin with kotatsu
Rates from 12,200 yen per person per night including breakfast
11th November - 26th Deecember
27th December - 3rd Jan
4th January - 30th April
Extra charges & discounts
1,000 yen per child per night
2,000 yen per child per night
Long stay discount
Stay 10 & pay for 9
The map below gives an admittedly incomplete list of some of the landmarks and good places to go in the area around the hotel.
Within just minutes on foot are almost all restaurants, bars and karaoke spots, both Akakura ski areas, and bus stops for the shuttle buses serving the entire Myoko area.
The maps here will give you some idea of our location in relation to main landmarks; we have English-language area maps available once you arrive here.
Mid February 2015It was great to get a more traditional experience at Oyado Furuya. Having our own private onsen to unwind in at the end of a day was superb. The male and female roof top onsen was incredible! It was lovely to sit in amongst the snowflakes!The food at Oyado was a real highlight. We had both Japanese and Western style breakfasts and they were plentiful and fuelled us for a big day on the slopes. The Kaiseki dinner which showcased some of Myoko’s fine produce and it was certainly a most memorable part of our trip. The hotel and it’s amenities were of a very high standard and for that reason I would certainly return to Oyado. The skiing area however wasn’t as challenging and varied as we hoped so will look at alternative locations for our next trip either Shiga Kogen or Hakuba.Thanks again for all your assistance!Alicia Neale