A shortage of housing in Nozawa Onsen is creating headaches for new residents. The bustling hot spring and ski resort village had entered into a decline in the 1990s and 2000s as the domestic ski boom waned, but has seen a recovery since the 2010s as foreigners descended on the mountainous destination, opening up tourism and accommodation businesses.

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