In June 2014 we stayed at Mori No Shizuku. It was the night before we went on the Alpine Route. The Alpine Route was one of the best things we did in Japan! No English was spoken at this hotel but this was not an issue as the owners had systems set up to help us. The people were very friendly and went out of their way to assist us. After a phone call (with the help of a local man), the hotel collected us from the railway station and also took us the next day to where the Alpine Route commenced. We had an evening meal and breakfast. Both these meals were superb. Our accommodation was traditional and magnificent. It included a bathroom and toilet but this was not evident when booking it. This was our first night on the tatami mats and we loved it! The hotel staff were so friendly and welcomed us like family members. Thank you. Kaye, Ken, Oliver, Blair (Australian adult family)…
夏休みに入ったので息子と「アルペンルート観光」の為に宿をとりました。 スキー客目当ての宿の様です。夏はそれ程人が入らないのかな？空いていました。 場所柄仕方ないのでしょうが，宿代は高めです。食事の内容はもう少し工夫しても良いかも。夕食の天麩羅が冷えていたのは残念。朝食には小さいけど「のどぐろ」の干物を出してくれました。 温泉がありましたが（露天風呂も）カルキ臭がしました。 山麓の宿としては普通だと思います。
スキー場の真ん前のため 便利 お部屋からも ゲレンデが見える。 お風呂も立派(露天風呂も岩で造られている) お風呂からの景色もグッド！！ 料理も 多すぎずおいしい。 働いている人（受付 食堂 ）も感じ良かったし 客室掃除やお布団の上げ下ろしもきちっとしている ただし 布団(下)が敷布団だけだったので あさ 体が痛かった
We planned to stay in Toyama for a night before heading tothe Alpine Route. Actually this hotel is not in Toyama downtown but in Tateyama, the foot of the Japanese Alps. After a one-hour train ride from Toyama, we arrived in Tateyama and just a phone call away, the driver came picking us up (shuttle bus is free). The hotel has no restaurants nearby so dinners have to be booked in advance. But overall it is totally fine. Clean and quiet rooms, onsen ..just everything we need.