Numajiri Kogen Lodge

Numajiri Kogen Lodge

Numajiri Kogen Lodge was previously run by Junko Tabei, the first woman to climb Mt. Everest (who was born in Miharu Town, Fukushima Prefecture), and it has been visited by Sir Edmund Hillary. After being closed, the lodge was renovated, and reopened in November 2019. Guests can enjoy relaxing hot springs, delicious meals cooked with local ingredients, and truly spectacular natural surroundings. Numajiri Kogen Lodge is perfectly situated for guests wanting to enjoy hiking or skiing in the surrounding mountains, including Mt. Adatara and Mt. Bandai.

Venue Details

Venue Details

Numajiri Kogen Lodge

(+81) 242-93-8101

ParkingAvailable for guests (Free of charge)
Accommodation details

Capacity: 12 rooms

Room styles: 11 Western-style rooms; 1 Japanese-style room

Room charge: Around 14,500 yen to 52,000 yen~ p/p (per night)

Check in / Check out: From 3:00 PM / Until 10:00 AM

Meals: Japanese / Asian-fusion breakfast & dinner available on-site

Hot springs: Acidic sulfur spring with cloudy waters. Indoor & outdoor shared baths. Lodge includes a room with a private partially open-air bath.

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Access Details
AccessNumajiriyama-ko 2864, Inawashiro Town, Yama District, Fukushima Pref. 969-2752
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Getting there

By Car: 25 min drive from Inawashiro Bandaikogen I.C. exit off the Ban-etsu Expressway

By Train: 20 min taxi ride from Inawashiro Sta. (JR Ban-etsu West Line)


The World Glassware Hall
Outdoor Activities

Smelt Ice Fishing

Come be surrounded by Mother Nature, enjoy ice fishing, and eat delicious, fresh smelt in Urabandai! During November and December, smelt fishing is done from on board a traditional Japanese houseboat. From January through March, it can be enjoyed atop the ice. The houseboats and the rental houses available for ice fishing allow you to fish in warmth and comfort. A one-day, 700 fishing permit is required and can be purchased at convenience stores in Urabandai. For information about smelt fishing, please contact the Urabandai Tourism Association.

The World Glassware Hall
Arts & Crafts

The World Glassware Hall

The World Glassware Hall is located at the foot of Mt. Bandai, by the side of Lake Inawashiro. About 25,000 handmade glassware items, imported directly from countries all over the world, are exhibited and sold at the World Glassware Hall the museum. You can even try your hand at glass etching, or glass blowing. Next to the Glassware Hall is a local beer brewery and a sweets shop. Local Inawashiro beer has received the gold prize in an international beer competition, and can be purchased on site. In the sweets shop, you can try a line up of famous local delicacies.

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