One "tabi" means "trip" or "travel" and two "tabis" means "often" or "frequently" so the name tabi-tabi suggest you "come often", "travel much" or "meet many other travels" at the lodge
Yes, everyone is most welcome to use the professional kitchen and all of it's appliances. We have a guest fridge and freezer, ovens, a microwave, toasters, waffle iron, blenders, mixers, juicers, a bread maker, coffee makers, kettles, endless dishes, and utensils. We also have a large pantry with baskets to store your dry goods. You can also help yourself to our large rack of herbs, spices, and cooking oils.
Yes, please do! We would like to you feel at home and save money by enjoying your own choice of food and drinks.
A continental breakast is available every morning for ¥600. Guests can help themselves to a selection of cereals (granola, corn flakes, brown rice flakes), bread (toast, bagels, croissants, English muffins), fresh fruit (apples, tangerines, bananas, oranges, kiwis), juice (apple and orange), coffee, and a variety of teas.
We have a various canned drinks for sale like beer, chu-hi (Japanese spirit), Coke, and ginger-ale for ¥150 to ¥300 each.
Yes, we have plenty of parking space for everyone.
We have a washing machine guests may use for ¥200 a load.
Yes, we have a limited supply of good quality gear. We charge 500 yen for boots and 1000 yen for a board. A complete set of boards, boots and snowboard wear is 2000 yen. We do not have any ski gear, sorry.
Please join us anytime after 3:00 p.m.
To confirm a booking we require a non-refundable deposit for your first night’s accommodation (or 10% whichever is greater). The deposit is subtracted from the total amount owing upon arrival but is not refunded under any circumstances. Any bookings that are cancelled are charged as follows:
- On the day: 100%
- 24 hours notice: 50%
- If you would like to leave earlier than your booking states, the above cancellation policy applies plus the initial deposit will not be subtracted from the total amount owing and will instead be the charged as early check-out fee.
Breakfast is 600 yen. We also have some other snacks available.
We sometimes provide nabe (Japanese hot-pot) parties, and maki-zushi making parties for our guests. Please let us know if we can organize a dinner party for you.
Go ahead! Please help yourself. We have a fully stocked kitchen with endless appliances. We provide baskets for all your groceries plus a separate guest fridge and guest freezer. You are also welcome to use our herbs, spices, and cooking oils.
Yes. We always have at least native speaker, and a few very keen Japanese staff willing to help you out.
We always have at least one Japanese staff member to help you out.
Feel free to watch DVDs and videos in the living room. Enjoy our book and magazine collection. We also have a ping-pong table, games, cards..... and friendly staff from 4 corners of the globe.
Yes, we have free wireless internet throughout the house, and a communal computer you can use anytime.
We have a few communal areas. The kitchen, the dining area, and the living room.
We are sorry, as of the 2009/2010 season we will not longer be accepting kids under the age of 12.
Yes! As of the 10/11 season, we will have a new discount system in place where the longer you stay, the less you pay. Please have a look at the "stay" section on the front page of our website and choose the room type you prefer to find out just how much you can save by joining us for longer.