Perfect for a large group of people
Trivia: "Kita" means North and "nishi" means West in Japanese, so when you put them together to form "kitanishi," does it become northwest? Answer: No, northwest in Japanese is actually "hokusei." Knowing that would bring you nodding heads and impressed looks, and possibly a chance to win on 'Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.' Before that happens, come stay in this house that's fit for a millionaire's family and friends. There are two versions: No. 2 which has 2 floors and 3 bedrooms, and No. 3 which has 3 floors and 4 bedrooms. Both homes have bunk beds for your kids (or friends), and both homes boast open living spaces, nearby restaurants and nightlife, and are walking distance to the ski lifts. They're right next to each other, and with separate entrances, you can be right next door to your large family or friends if you book them together.
Located: Lower Hirafu
Floors: 2 (for Kitanishi 2) and 3 (for Kitanishi 3)
For: Families, friends
Special feature: Conveniently located, bunk beds
Type: Standalone house
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