Wadano, Hakuba, Nagano Prefecture, Japan

Chalet Hakuba is a luxury standalone house with 10 bedrooms and 7 full-sized western bathrooms.

Utilize the versatile, modern equipped kitchen with everything from fresh bread maker, waffle iron, panini press, smoothie making blender to an Nespresso machine, for elaborate meals.

Relax in spacious and comfortable living rooms with overstuffed sofas, watch a movie or live stream on the 60″ screen using the projector with copious DVD’s, books, games and magazines.

Full western style bathrooms with large bathtubs, shower booths and all the necessities.

Your gear is dry and ready the next day after spending a night in the dry room.

The chalet is child-friendly, with a dedicated area for the little ones to play with the Lego wall, Magformer, full toy BBQ, books and walkie talkies.

They have shovels, sleds and toys for the little and big ones to create timeless memories.

There is parking for up to 5 vehicles, and the area behind the parking lot is perfect for building snow men and snow caves.

Wadano, Hakuba, Nagano Prefecture, Japan
260m from the Sakka Quad Lift in the Happo-One ski area
10 bedrooms
7 full sized western bathrooms
16 adults or 10 adults & 10 kids under 13
Chef’s kitchen
2 comfy living rooms
Open plan dining room
Kid’s play area with lego wall and games
LCD projector
Ski dry room
Arrival pick up and departure drop off service is available

Bedroom 1
1 large double bed
Bedroom 2
1 large double bed
Bedroom 3
1 large double bed
Bedroom 4
1 single bed
Bedroom 5
2 single beds
Bedroom 6
1 single bed
Bedroom 7
1 large double bed
Bedroom 8
1 large double bed
Bedroom 9
1 large double bed
Bedroom 10
1 single bed
Chalet Hakuba is ski-in & only a relaxing 2 minute walk to Happo-One ski resort’s Sakka quad lift, ski school + kid’s ski park! You’ll be staying 260m from the Sakka Quad Lift in the Happo-One ski area, the largest, steepest and most famous of the 11 resorts in the Hakuba Valley. Home to the 1998 Olympic Downhill.
The neighborhood is the heavily forested Wadano. From the Sakka Quad you can easily access all of Happo-One and the public transportation system to all the other ski resorts.
The beginner and kids park and babysitting are right there at the Sakka lift station, with numerous choices for lunch and dinner all within walking distance.
Sitting almost exactly in the center of the Japanese archipelago, Nagano is full of interesting sightseeing areas. Renowned resorts such as Hakuba, Nozawa Onsen and Karuizawa are all within Nagano’s prefectural borders. Popular among skiers, mountaineers and onsen aficionados, Nagano is a wonderful place to visit for its regal mountains, rich cultural history, fine architecture and cuisine.
Nozawa Onsen is a charming winter ski resort and year-round onsen town, tucked into a picturesque corner of the eastern Japan Alps. Featuring beautiful old streets filled with historical onsen ryokan and bustling local shops, the village has a quintessential Japanese atmosphere and unique sense of tradition.
Nozawa Onsen ranks amongst the best ski resorts in Japan with an excellent course layout and a plethora of runs, offering satisfying skiing and snowboarding experiences for beginners and experts alike.
Hakuba is a village in the Japanese Alps, just outside the city of Nagano, host of the 1998 Winter Olympics. A winter sports hub, Hakuba encompasses mountain resorts with terrain for skiing, snowboarding and hiking.
The Hakuba Ski Jumping Stadium, built for the 1998 games, is at the base of the Happo-one resort. Hakuba village offers a lively après-ski scene and hot springs.
For more than 70 years, Hakuba has been providing skiers, boarders and outdoor enthusiasts the ideal conditions for enjoying a superlative winter sports experience. Over 200 different trails, exceptional powder and some of the longest vertical skiing in Japan are just a few of the reasons why Hakuba has earned its reputation as a prime destination for skiers and boarders of all levels.
Different rates for using
  • 9+ bedrooms


$1,800 $1,710/night

Rates vary according to seasonality. Contact us to discuss your holiday needs.


Driving in Japan
It is not possible to drive in Japan with just your driving licence issued in your home country. Japan only recognises International Driving Permits based on the 1949 Geneva Convention. Before arriving in Japan you must obtain your International Driving Permit from the national Automobile Association in the country which issued your licence. If you are unsure if you hold the correct license, please contact your authority for further information.
Staying with us
  • Travel concierge: We listen to help you plan
  • For big villas and chalets, special rates for smaller groups (reduced occupancy)
  • Limited time deals, exclusive perks
  • The best rates, guaranteed
Planning your holiday, we are with you every step along the way.
If the chalet of your choice is already booked, our team is happy to suggest equivalent alternatives and take care of the details. You can expect your vacation to be personalized to suit your tastes.
You should definitely book your rentals in advance to ensure your ideal rental equipment is available. Peak season is extremely busy and rentals can sell out quickly.
We recommend ski and snowboard packages from GoSnow, Rhythme Snow Sports and Niseko Base Snowsports, both with rental outlet located conveniently approximate to lifts.
We highly recommend booking your lessons before the trip – Lessons book out months in advance for peak season, and even during the quieter periods you should pre-book so that the lesson can fit in smoothly to your holiday schedule.
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