Guest room




Japanese Top

About Adagio
Adagio Where time passes Adagio,
serenely and reflectively
You are the Composer, Conductor and Player;

Whether with family or close friends or traveling alone, you can create a memorable weekend or unique midweek escape in scenic and peaceful surroundings, with
Adagio setting the stage for your pleasant getaway

Your busy days are already yesterday

While staying at Adagio,
♪Sit on our elegant wooden terrace and watch the mountains fade into the sunset,
♪Read the book you have longed to finish, amid the soothing sound of classical music and the aroma of freshly-brewed coffee,
♪Stroll around our garden delighting in the variety of plants and flowers; you may discover one you have never seen before, or
♪Watch wild birds gather and flutter about our water fountain.

Hillside Inn Adagio

If you enjoy the outdoors:
Kitayama 4026,
JAPAN 391-031

Play golf, tennis or ski at the nearby Tokyu Resort Town.
Located in Nagano, the home of the 1998 Winter Olympic Games, Adagio is surrounded by many of Japan's well known ski slopes.

Make Adagio your base camp for trekking to Tateshina-Yama, Kita-Yatsugatake and Kirigamine. The trail to Yashigamine, suitable for family hiking, starts from our backyard. Your innkeepers can provide the latest information on mountain trails.
If you are enthralled by Onsen (Hot Springs):
Tateshina is among the the very best highland hot springs area in Japan. Shikayamano-Yu, in the town center of Tokyu Resort, is just a few minutes away from Adagio. If you prefer a larger Ofuro, this would be an ideal way to end your day with a relaxing and refreshing evening.

About your Innkeepers: Nobu and Mako Matsuo
Nobu, in the Spring of 2000, took an early retirement from a Japanese manufacturing company upon his return from an overseas assignment in the United States. Mako, a professional homemaker, enjoys cooking and is active in a variety of outdoor activities. Together, they spent more than ten years in the U.S. living in Ohio, Colorado and North Carolina. During their stay there, they became so enchanted with Bed and Breakfast Inns that they decided to share this type of hospitality with their countrymen and people from all nations visiting Japan. They established Adagio to combine a yearning for the less hectic lifestyle of the countryside with a desire to accommodate those who are in need of a quiet retreat. Nobu has also worked in Asian countries during his business careers. Both converse easily in English and are fond of making new friends with people from other cultures. They have a daughter and a son, both have left the nest already. Their lovely dog, Coo-chan, who will greet you at the front door, is patient and polite and also understands English quite well.

ヒルサイドインアダージオ 〒391-0301 長野県茅野市北山4026 蓼科東急リゾートタウン内
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