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In case anyone else needs such guidance in future....the buses depart from right outside JR Nagano Station, and as Hakuba is a long area stretched along the valley, there are a few stops, one of which is called Hakuba Goryu (though it's actually about 1 - 2 km from Escal Plaza the base of Goryu. From there you can either follow the signs and walk, or get a taxi or passing free resort bus up to Escal Plaza.


Hopefully Gordon & Co were paying attention to the stop indicator on the bus - it's bilingual - and got off at Goryu rather than carrying on to JR Hakuba (in the village) or the final stop which is close to Happo One. The driver usually checks which part of Hakuba you are going to before the bus leaves Nagano anyway.

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