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Frequently asked questions

Should I stay in a hostel in Ono?
By going with a hostel you can spend less on lodging and save more of your trip funds for fun things to do during your stay.
What is a hostel?
No two hostels look the same, but these dorm-style accommodations all have shared rooms (though many have private options too), budget prices, and a social environment.
What are the best hostels in Ono?
Not sure where to stay in Ono? This hostel is popular: Cafe & Guesthouse Name came Ono - Hostel - You can take advantage of free WiFi and free parking, as well as laundry facilities.
When is the best time of year to stay in a hostel in Ono?
Good weather’s always better when you’re discovering new places, so here’s a little information about the local climate: The hottest months are usually August and July with an average temp of 76°F, while the coldest months are February and January with an average of 42°F. Average annual precipitation for Ono is 46 inches.
What is there to see and do in Ono?
Generally, Ono is known for its: temples and historical sites. Major attractions include Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum, Dynaland Ski Area, and Takasu Snow Park. Get out into nature with places like Hakusan National Park, Mount Hakusan, and Monet’s Pond. Cultural attractions include Katsuyama Dino Park and Hakusan Heisenji Temple Historical Museum Mahoroba.
What's the best way to get to and around Ono while staying at a hostel?
Keep this information about transit options in Ono in your back pocket to make the most of your stay: You can search for flights to the closest airport, which is Komatsu Airport (KMQ), 36 mi (57.9 km) away from the city center.