Nature enthusiasts will enjoy a visit to Omachi, though all guests will undoubtedly appreciate the skiing, restaurants and museums. This welcoming, lakefront city also attracts visitors with its parks, mountains and monuments.
- There are 5 Omachi hotels
- August is the most expensive month to travel here, whereas November is the most economical
- Closest major airport is in Toyama (TOY), 34.2 mi (55 km) from the city centre
Sightseeing around Omachi
- Skiing is one of the top activities, whereas Omachi Sports Park, Jiigatake Ski Area, and Kashimayari Sports Village are favourite sights to visit
- Museums and theatres are well-known in the area, and attractions include Omachi Energy Museum, Shiki Theater Museum, and Sake Museum
- Notable for its monuments and landmarks to visit, such as Daio Wasabi Farm
- The lakes, parks and mountains highlight the natural beauty, and places to visit include Tkase Valley, Alps Azumino National Government Park, and Mount Takagari
Getting around Omachi
Omachi has plenty of options for transport. If you want to venture outside of the area, take a train from Shinanoomachi station.
Staying in Omachi
You may appreciate one of these highly rated, one-of-a-kind properties and small hotels for a romantic getaway or boutique stay:
- Kurobe Kanko Hotel
- Hotel Karamatsuso
Kurobe Kanko Hotel, a favourite with Expedia travellers, has a 4.5 out of 5 user rating. Also Hotel Karamatsuso has a 3.3 rating by guests.
Dressing for Omachi
- Between January and March, daytime temperatures average 13°C, while nighttime temperatures stay around -6°C
- From April to June, the average is 27°C during the day and 1°C at night
- July to September sees average temperatures of 31°C during the day and 13°C at night
- Between October and December, you can expect 22°C as the daytime average and -4°C as the night-time average
- About 1138 millimetres of rain falls on Omachi each year