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Crowne Plaza - ANA Niigata

Explore Niigata-shi

Things To Do

Things To Do

Local Tips

Must See

Visiting Yahiko area is about 1 hour’s drive from the hotel. You can feel the seasonal scenery from Mt. Yahiko which is colored cherry blossoms in spring and autumn leaves in fall. The viewing from the top of Mt. Yahiko via the Yahiko ropeway is grate for your trip. The Yahiko Shrine at the foot of the mountain is the famous spiritual spot that you and your children will sure to enjoy.

What's New

The urban axis connecting 3 areas of Niigata Station, Bandai, and Furumachi have been named "Niigata 2km (Nikilo)". Our hotel is located in Bandai. You can see many preferred restaurants with local food nearby the hotel. Niigata Station is also currently undergoing a major renovation, so the area will be more convenient. Visitors will be able to enjoy a fresh new experience again and again.


The area between Niigata Station and the hotel is downtown. Although walking around is fun, we recommend purchasing a one-day pass for the "Niigata City Sightseeing Circulation Bus" if you get around the wide area. The most convenient way to tour around the city is by car. There is a car rental store nearby our hotel and of course, parking space for guests is guaranteed.

Must Do

The Imayo-Tsukasa Shuzo is a historic Sake brewery where you can tour the brewery near the hotel. You can compare to drink Niigata's Sake and purchase them for souvenirs directly here. For families with children, we also recommend trying your hand at baking rice crackers at Niigata “Senbei Kingdom”. (Senbei means rice crackers.) You can make Senbei for yourself only one in the world.

Don't Go Home Without

Ponshu-kan is a souvenir shop located in Niigata Station. Ponshu-kan means "Sake’s Castle" and you are sure to find your favorite Sake with the tasting available from all the breweries in Niigata Prefecture. You can also get Niigata's foods or crafts except SAKE. At the Bakudan-Onigiri-Ya in here, you can enjoy freshly made "Big Onigiri (rice balls)” that is unique to the rice-producing region.