Hotel Associa Takayama Resort, Japan
Open air bath of the Hotel Associa, Takayama, just before dawn
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Hida-Takayama, located about four hours from Tokyo by super-express and
limited express trains, is a well-known
as a well-preserved quarter with Edo-style streets. It is, sometimes, called
'Little Kyoto of Hida District'.
Hotel Associa Takayama Resort provides 290 well-equipped western-style
guest rooms. Of these, non-smoking
roomsare 48 (16.6%) only. All restaurants are smoke-free. There is a smoking
booth on the first floor near the
(L) The first view when a hotel guest entered to the Hotel (R) The interior
of a twin bedroom
(L) A deluxe twin bedroom (M) Air-conditioner control panel (R) Cabinet-type
(L) A toilet with bidet functions (R) Soap, shampoo and conditioner dispenser
A dinning room
A buffet dinning room on the second floor
A dinning room in a Jpapanese-style on the sixth floor
An approach to a public bath on the sixth floor
An instruction how to enjoy a Japanese-style public bath:
1. Take off all clothes at a dressing room.
2. Clean yourself before getting into an Onsen(hot spring)-bath.
3. Be quiet during bathing. No jump, no swimming should be done in the
4. Do not put your towel in a hot-spring water.
(L) The entrance and interior of smoking booth (R) Foreign-currency exchange
machine is placed in the lobby hall.
(L) Lobby lounge cafe, Cenery (R) A shuttle bus runs every hour between
Takayama railway station and the Hotel.
Official website of Hotel Associa Takayama Resort
Smoke-free Hotels in Japan
A summary of smoking-room rate studied in local hotels of Japan
Smoking Restriction at Hotels in the World: Actual Survey
The ratio of a smoking guest room to the total hotel rooms was calculated,
based on-the-spot investigation.
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$B!z(BThis Web site is link-free.
This information was provided by the Smokefree Hotel and Travel.
The article was written in November 2015.
All photography was taken by Dr. Junhaku Miyamoto in November 2015.
Domestic Travel in Japan