When you’re staying overnight, you have the liberty of enjoying the peace and quiet of Kamikochi’s evenings and early mornings.
Relax and leave the everyday routine behind in this wonderful place where golden leaves glitter in the sunlight.
It’s okay to treat yourself once in a while, isn’t it?
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Thanks to your timing, you can enjoy a quieter Kappa Bridge.
The warm sunshine feels nice.
The height of the sky above and the vivid fall colors on the Hotaka Mountain Range give you a very real sense that winter is coming, and soon.
Kamikochi’s fall foliage starts with maples and white birch, with the golden tones of the larch making an appearance at the end of the season. The best time to see them is usually from mid- to late October.
Gazing from the terrace while having a cup of coffee.
You probably haven’t had this much time to yourself in a good long while.
While a bit cold, Kamikochi’s air is incredibly fresh, and you’ll be astonished at just how good the coffee is.
Eat as much as you like of whatever you want at THE PARKLODGE Kamikochi’s buffet. Since you’ve come all the way out to Kamikochi, take a break from your diet just for today and indulge in the delicious food and sake without guilt.
This is the first time you’ve ever had iwana (char) cooked over charcoal, but you’re surprised that it tastes even better than you’d imagined.
It’s a great time to take a picture that really screams, “I’m in Kamikochi!”
After eating breakfast, take a short jaunt around the area.
Few people will cross your path in Kamikochi in the early morning. Time itself seems to slow down in the morning calm.
Not all gifts reserved for those staying in Kamikochi are material in nature.
Enjoy the luxury of having nothing to do.
A slice of apple pie in the peaceful sunlight and fresh mountain air even gives grandma’s home cooking a run for its money!
Next time, you might finally be able to get around to reading that book you’ve been meaning to check out.
You’ll experience autumn in Kamikochi with all five of your senses.
Yellow leaves from larch and other trees are borne on the windAll of Kamikochi seems to sparkle. Enjoy a wonderful break from the everyday routine.
Larch leaves carried on the wind are said to look like “a waterfall of gold” as they fall.
You were just going to pick up souvenirs for everyone else, but the next thing you know, you’re focused on what to get yourself.
After all, they all look so delicious!
As you and your friends make your selections, your conversations blossom into recounting your experiences during your stay.
Before you know it, you might even be making plans to visit in the spring!