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Hoshino Resorts takes aim at Japanese youth with $50 stays

Outdoor fireplaces and tabletop ice hockey on offer at popular mountain inn

A triple room features a sofa bed and loft bed to maximize the use of space. (Photo by Haruki Kitagawa)

TOKYO -- Hoshino Resorts on Tuesday opened a hotel targeting fun-loving young travelers in the mountain resort town of Karuizawa, offering discounted stays of as little as $50 per night to people 35 and younger.

The hotel, called BEB5 Karuizawa, offers guest rooms featuring wooden interiors and traditional tatami mats. A triple room of about 20 sq. meters has a sofa bed on the floor and a loft-style double bed above.

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