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Omodaka Hotel is a Japanese ryokan in the town of Yudanaka Onsen. Sitting adjacent to the Yomase River, the onsen and many of the guest rooms enjoy lovely views of the surrounding mountains.

Where is Omodaka Hotel?

Omodaka Hotel is situated in the town of Yudanaka Onsen, aka snow monkey town, which is at the base of the mountains that are home to the Shiga Kogen Ski Resort.

The hotel is 1.1km southeast of the Yudanaka train station and arrival and departure shuttles are provided by the hotel. The main hub of Yudanaka restaurants and the bar district are about 1km from the hotel, and you have the option of getting the one-way shuttle to get to restaurants in the evening.


Most of the rooms at Omodaka Hotel are washitsu ie Japanese style rooms with tatami flooring, and futons on the floor. All rooms have a toilet and handbasin, whilst many also have a shower, or you can bathe in the onsen.

The rooms are spacious and sleep up to 6 people, so they are nice and roomy for 2 people. Beds are futons, and if you like a soft bed, there are extra futons to double up.

Many of the rooms have lovely views up towards Shiga Kogen or across the valley towards Mt Myoko.

There is also a deluxe western room that has 2 oversized twin beds plus a large tatami seating area. This room has a large bathroom, with a bath and rain shower.

Facilities & Services

The hotel has an onsen, with gender segregated baths on an elevated floor, and the balcony of the rotenburo (outdoor bath) offers views across towards Mt Myoko and other mountains. In addition to the outdoor onsen, there are indoor baths and sauna.

Other amenities:
  • Small lounge in lobby
  • Gift shop that also sells some sundries
  • Wifi


The hotel has a café that serves up burgers and toasties.

The breakfast dining room has traditional Japanese décor such as shoji screens and tatami flooring, along with comfort of western-style tables and chairs. Breakfast is served buffet style and includes some classic Japanese breakfast fare such as miso soup, rice, salad, dumplings, pickles, mini sausages, and omelette rectangles. Coffee and juice are also provided.

You may have dinner at the hotel included in your package, depending on your stay. This is usually a multi-course affair and an opportunity to sample lots of Japanese fare.

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