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Nuttari Terrace Street Guest House

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  • Rooms

  • Bar

  • Breakfast

  • Only a 15-minute walk from Niigata station, Nuttari Terrace Street is a renovated avenue of a retro market street. Originally used for local neighborhood shopping and then abandoned, the street is now modernized with local cafes, restaurants, craft shops, and bookstores. While the storefronts are now filled with contemporary goods, the street still has a nostalgic atmosphere. Not only is Nuttari perfect for finding one of a kind souvenirs that were handmade in Niigata, it is also a stopping point for the small and friendly nightlife scene. Nuttari Terrace Street Guesthouse, or NARI, is well known for its cozy bar and chatty locals.

    Nuttari Terrace Street Guest House

    Nuttari Terrace Street Guest House

    Nari’s peaceful wooden design is inspired by nature and hopes to create a welcoming atmosphere for weary travelers or those willing to make new friends. The guesthouse not only offers accommodation but it is also well known around town as the place to meet locals and travelers. The bar is fully stocked with the best Niigata sake and the patrons are friendly.

  • Rooms

    Nari offers female and mixed dorms and two private rooms. The female dormitory, called Kochi, is inspired by spring. The dorm beds are made from sakura trees and the decor creates a warm spring ambiance. The mixed dorms, called Hae, is inspired by summer. The dormitory is larger than the female dorms and is illuminated with natural light. Each bed in both dormitories are equipped with a power outlet, locker, and reading lamp.

    There are two choices for the private rooms, one western styled and the other tatami styled. The autumnal western-style room, Ogi, has a double bed and desk – one or two people can stay in the room. The tatami room, Ibuki, gives wintertime vibes through the decor made from the wood of the persimmon tree – up to three people can stay in the room. Fluffy futons are provided for sleeping on the tatami. Ibuki is recommended for families.

  • Bar

    Bar

    Bar

    Nari’s bar is fully stocked with seasonal cocktails, draft beer, and, of course, a variety of local Niigata sake. The drinks are all affordable, 600 yen or under, and can be enjoyed in the lounge area. The lounge is a tatami-style living room with plenty of space to relax and have a friendly chat. Both the bar and lounge area are decorated in an industrial, rustic-meets-traditional style. The lighting is low and warm and the tables invite travelers to mingle with locals. The lounge and bar are open from early in the evening until the late hours, which make it the perfect stopping and ending point from bar hopping along the street.

  • Breakfast

    Breakfast

    Breakfast

    Breakfast costs 500 yen and can be ordered the night before or upon making the reservation. The meal is traditionally Japanese, served with two rice balls and seasonal miso soup. The breakfast is eaten in the lounge area where diners can converse with other travelers. There is also a shared kitchen on the premises where travelers can bring in their own groceries to cook their own meals. The breakfast is traditional, filling, and the perfect way to start off the day shopping along Nuttari or moving on to Niigata’s countryside.

    Nuttari Terrace Street Guest House

    Nuttari Terrace Street Guest House

    guest house nari
    Address
    Nigata Pref. Nigatashi Chuou-ku Nuttarihigashi 2-11-31
    Phone
    0253694126
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