Hakuba Boden
Stunning three-bedroom chalet — a beautiful meld of Japanese and Scandinavian styles. 


Location – Misorano/Echoland
Sleeps – 8
Bedrooms – 3
Bathrooms – 2

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The Chalet

Nestled in the wooded side-streets of Misorano Forest, Hakuba Boden represents the new standard in 3-bedroom accommodation for Hakuba Valley. Developed by the owners of Hakuba Huset and Hakuba Boden, painstaking thought went into designing the stunning renovation of this classic Japanese post-and-beam house. Japanese design is melded seamlessly with Scandinavian minimalism to create a space that is truly as stunning as the pictures present. With furs and blankets adorning nearly every seating surface the warm interior invites guests to relax in a space that feels like an extension of their home from the moment they first step through the door.

Hakuba Boden is located a few minutes walk from Echoland, the dining and entertainment hub of Hakuba Valley. Echoland boasts a large array of traditional Japanese restaurants while also catering to those perhaps craving some diversity with Mexican, Korean BBQ and Italian offerings, to name a few.

Hakuba Valley’s shuttle bus system is both extensive and timely allowing many visitors to do away with rental cars entirely. Hakuba Boden is located less than 100m from the main shuttle stops, allowing guests full freedom to explore all major ski resorts during their stay.

In renovating the original post-and-beam house, no expense was spared to ensure guests are provided with state of the art entertainment facilities and all the latest western amenities. As diehard skiers whose kids have grown up and flown the coop, the owners of Hakuba Boden designed the chalet as a winter getaway for themselves and their equally snow-crazed friends. As such, the chalet was designed to accommodate eight adults in absolute comfort. Whether it be recuperating after a hard day on the slopes or taking that inevitable mid-stay day-off when the legs simply won’t obey, Hakuba Boden meets the needs of all with large communal spaces and a fully featured western kitchen.

So whether you're a die-hard snow fiend up at first light to stake out those fresh tracks, or a skier that tends to take a more leisurely approach, you'll find everything you need at Hakuba Boden.

living AREAS

Meticulous care was put into designing Hakuba Boden’s communal spaces. In expanding the main living area, room was made for a modern kitchen outfitted with all the latest amenities. If cooking is your thing, the induction cooktop and electric oven will allow you to take full advantage of the beautiful fresh produce available in the Hakuba Valley. The two L-shaped kitchen benches complete the corner kitchen which, along with the huge fridge with inbuilt ice-maker, make prepping meals a breeze. Meanwhile, the large dishwasher is there for you to shove your dishes as the tribe scrambles to get out the door in the morning for first tracks.


The living areas are beautifully appointed with a firm focus on comfort. The striking exposed post-and-beam structure spans the wide living/dining/kitchen area, where there are two sofas and armchairs, an inviting round dining table, and the modern corner kitchen. Windows and patio doors offer views of the forested glades around Hakuba Boden. Guests will find everything they need to make their stay comfortable and enjoyable. There is a flat screen TV, with accompanying Amazon Fire TV, allowing you to watch the latest movies and TV shows. Or listen to some tunes on the wireless HiFi speaker.  Needless to say, the chalet is also equipped with Japan’s blazing-fast broadband internet and WiFi.



Hakuba Boden is equipped with three spacious bedrooms, allowing eight adults to reside in absolute comfort and privacy. Each bedroom has a large window offering views into Misorano Forrest – and with no direct neighbours, the privacy of our guests is guaranteed. Two of the bedrooms have a king bed that can be easily separated into two large single beds to accommodate singles or children. The third bedroom is a bunk room sleeping 4 guests in comfort.



Hakuba Boden features two separate bathrooms, each equipped with toilet and shower facilities to ensure there is no delay in the early morning rush to get out the door. Bathroom One features a double shower for two people — for those wishing to have their back scrubbed at the end of a long day on the slopes. Bathroom Two features a large shower, as well as laundry facilities equipped with a combined washer/dryer.



Leading to the front entrance is a large deck, making the perfect setting for outdoor feasts during the spring/summer months.




Broadband internet + WiFi
Flat screen TV
Amazon Fire TV
Powerful heating system
Hairdryers, iron, ironing board
Vacuum cleaner
Kettle, toaster
Nespresso coffee machine (complimentary capsules)
Rice cooker, blender


Shampoo, conditioner, body soap
Dish washing liquid
Laundry detergent
Kitchen towel, toilet paper

Rates (2019–2020)

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Golden week holiday (27 Apr – 5 May) — ¥55,000
Summer holiday (13 Jul – 31 Aug) — ¥55,000
Winter value (1–17 Dec, 1–31 Mar) —  ¥65,000
Winter peak (18 Dec – 29 Feb) — ¥75,000
Low season (other times) — ¥45,000

Above rates exclude Japanese consumption tax (10% from 1 October 2019), which will be added. Free transfers from/to Hakuba bus or train station on your days of arrival and departure are included, as well as regular shopping trips to the supermarket during your stay.

Booking conditions and cancellation policy


Hakuba Boden is located in Misorano Forest, just a few minutes walk from the dining and entertainment hub of Echoland. Free shuttle buses to all of the main resorts in the area pick up close to the house — just one minute's walk away. From there you can take buses to Hakuba Goryu (both Escal Plaza and Iimori areas), Hakuba 47, Happo-one, and Iwatake resorts, giving you great flexibility to explore all of what Hakuba has to offer.

In the late afternoons and evenings, there's also the Genki-Go shuttle bus, which has routes all around town — convenient for visiting the supermarket or bars and restaurants in other areas. 

There is an onsen (Japanese hot spring) in a hotel just a few minute's walk from the chalet — great way to relax after a day on the slopes.