Directions

How to get here

Hotel Goryukan is located 5 minute away from nearby JR Hakuba Station by car and 10 minutes away from Happo-one and Hakuba Ski Jumping Stadium by foot.

By Bus
From and to Narita and Hakuba
Only during the winter months,There are Highway Buses that run from Narita and Shinjuku directly to Hakuba. They are cheaper and easier than trains.
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By Train
The JR EAST PASS
The JR EAST PASS is a special discounted pass available only to customers visiting Japan (with a short-term visa no longer than 90 days) and holding a non-Japanese passport.

It allows unlimited rides on all JR East train lines. Start with a trip from Narita Airport or Haneda Airport to Tokyo, for example, then ride around, and maybe hop aboard the Shinkansen or a limited express to Sendai or Nagano.

In addition to JR East lines, the JR EAST PASS allows rides on some non-JR trains in the Izu and Nikko areas. While in Japan, take advantage of this great offer to see a lot more for a lot less.
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From Tokyo (About 3-3.5 hours)
From Tokyo Station, take the Nagano Shinkansen (bullet train) to Nagano Station. From Nagano Station you can take the Alpico Bus to Hakuba-Happo Bus Terminal.
From Shinjuku Station, take the JR Chuo Line or Azusa (Limited Express) to Matsumoto Station. From Matsumoto Station, take the JR Oito Line to Hakuba Station.

From Nagoya (About 3.5 hours)
From Nagoya Station, take the JR Chuo Line or Shinano (Limited Express) to Matsumoto Station. From Matsumoto Station, take the JR Oito Line to Hakuba Station.

From Osaka (About 4.5 hours)
From Osaka Station, take the JR Shinkansen, JR Chuo Line, or the Shinano (Limited Express) to Matsumoto Station. From Matsumoto, take the JR Oito Line to Hakuba Station.