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Mukaitaki is set in Aizuwakamatsu, 328 feet from Aizu Higashiyama Onsen. Certain units have views of the mountain or river. You will find concierge service and shops at the property. Elegant beautiful ryokan with well maintenance. Nice staff. Delicious food.
Located in Ashinomaki Onsen, Marumine provides air-conditioned rooms with private open-air hot spring bath. The facility is huge, well maintained and very beautiful. We had reserved rooms with a private bath and the view was very nice. The food and staff were excellent, too. The decor around the hotel is tasteful and artistic.
Boasting hot spring baths with mountain views, Kutsurogijyuku Chiyotaki is a 15-minute bus ride from JR Aizuwakamatsu Station. We really enjoyed our stay at Kutsurogijyuku Chiyotaki. The room was a good size and the dinner was fantastic. Having a choice of two hot spring facilities on site is a bonus and sitting back in the water while contemplating a towering, snow-covered mountain was quite wonderful. The staff were friendly and welcoming, to the extent of helping us to park our car and catering for a non-seafood eater. The property provided a very comfortable base for exploring the highlights of Aizuwakamatsu.
Located in Aizuwakamatsu and with Mount Iimori reachable within 2.2 miles, Shosuke-no-Yado Takinoyu provides concierge services, non-smoking rooms, free bikes, free WiFi and a garden. Hotel staff are nice and very hospitality mind. Room is clean and comfortable.
Featuring free WiFi and a restaurant, Okawaso offers accommodations in Aizuwakamatsu, 8.1 mi from Aizu Higashiyama Onsen. Each room at this ryokan is air conditioned and comes with a TV. After traveling all across Japan throughout my many years living in this country, this has to be the single best value-for-money hotel experience I've had here. This beautiful ryokan overlooks a deep gorge with a fast-flowing green river below, with each hotel room and the various onsen having beautiful views of this sight. The onsen are all wonderful, with the terraced roteburo outdoor sections being my favorite - and the stone-floored ganbayoku sauna is relaxing and meditative. The food is fantastic; a bountiful selection of traditional Japanese food at dinner and breakfast, and delicious local sake offerings. The service is great, the hotel interior is beautiful and tasteful, the daily shamisen performance and mochi-making event are both very worth checking out, and the on-site karaoke rooms and izakaya are fun to spend an evening at with friends before retiring to your attractive and spacious traditional ryokan-style room. I've stayed at many wonderful ryokans, but this one really outshone most other hotels I've stayed at in Japan - especially at a very affordable price compared to many upscale Japanese hotels. I had such a good time here my first time that I've already come back a second - and am looking forward to a third the next time I come through this beautiful prefecture.
Tagoto features a hot public bath, Japanese-style and Western rooms and Japanese cuisine, a 5-minute drive from Aizu Wakamatsu Station. We were very happy that we chose to end our vacation in Japan with a traditional ryokan (Western room). We had a wonderful dinner with invited friends and enjoyed meeting people at breakfast. We felt cared for by the staff and hope to visit again someday.
Kakurega Guest House provides accommodations in Aizuwakamatsu. The property is located 2.2 miles from Mount Iimori, a 14-minute walk from Aizuwakamatsu Castle and 2.5 miles from Aizu Higashiyama... One of many well-managed guesthouses. The owner was very hospitable.
Featuring 4 hot spring baths with free flowing spring water, Kutsurogijyuku Shintaki offers accommodations located a 15-minute bus ride from JR Aizuwakamatsu Station. Dinner and breakfast are mostly local traditional dishes. All the bath places are fantastic and clean.Staff at the front desk are really nice and helpful
Beautiful and peaceful, with pleasant locals. Great place for daytime sightseeing and to purchase really nice pottery, textiles, etc. the onsen ryokans are not to be missed. Be aware though, the city goes to sleep with the setting sun.
Wonderful city with lots of shrines, temples, museums and of course castle. You have to know what you want to see, because there are many small memorial houses that you can just walk by, not really noticing. Information in Japanese is more detailed than in English in most places. If you are really a fan of history and have a little idea what happened there before - you’ll have many things to do and see.
Great place! Very few other tourists, seems to be Japan's best kept secret. It's a beautiful place with a lot of great historical sites to visit. Several of the Shinsengumi are buried there. Iimoriyama gives a great overlook of the city. In the center of the city, there is Tsurugajo, the main castle. It's a beautiful 5-story castle with a great museum inside with everything translated into English for foreign tourists. Getting around Aizu is pretty easy on foot, or if you are tired there is a special tourist bus that makes rounds of the city.
Aizumakamatsu is very spread out. In Japanese history it is a place of considerable drama and so of great interest to most Japanese. For foreigners it is a bigger challenge since the sights are spread out and you need to have enough time to do it in a leisurely way. There is a loop bus, but we weren't there long enough to make it worth our while to do that. This part of Japan is known for natural beauty so it is hard to come up with good sightseeing destinations. Aizuwakamatsu is alright for that but not great. The Tagoto Inn made it worthwhile, and the beautiful cotton fabrics. The samurai houses are also worth a visit.
8.4 Very Good 74 reviews
- Staff is very nice, there are welcome drink (sake or hot tea). Staff will bring you and your luggage to the room by herself. Staff try to advice everything in the room in Japanese. - Excellent dinner with Yaki-niku (grilled meet) - Excellent breakfast - 3 different hot bath that you can use and the bath will switch from male to female and female to male every morning. It's mean you can use the different hot bath when you stay in this hotel.
7.1 Good 230 reviews
The staff was very friendly. Breakfast was excellent. The building itself was a little old, but it was a wonderful experience in a traditional Japanese style ryokan. If you are going to the Higashi onsen area, this is very convenient. If you are exploring Aizuwakamatsu, be aware this is not within walking distance of the station and you will have to use the bus system, which is relatively cheap for a day pass.
8.4 Very Good 207 reviews
Even its's big hotel but you can enjoy onsen with not too crowded in onsen room as there's option for you. Keisaki dinner is over our expectation,it was great and delicious! Breakfast also nice. Futon is so good ! When we woke up in the morning we can enjoy the beautiful autumn view from our room.
8.5 Very Good 166 reviews
Fantastic! Spacious room, wonderful open-air baths, delicious (with lots of local specialties) Japanese breakfast buffet, friendly & professional staff, entire hotel in modern-Japanese design, nice bar area with lots of local sakes to sample starting at 300 yen, etc.
8.5 Very Good 230 reviews
What a location! Right near the Castle and Samurai Museum. Absolutely beautiful Onsen hotel, and the service was exceptional - right from the intitial welcome with sake and hot tea! Dining was a delight, and the little added extras of movie nights for guests was fun.
8.0 Very Good 268 reviews
Very nice staff ready to help. Nice japanese style room with big bathroom. Very good tea in the room. Delicious food in hotel’s restaurant. We definitely have enjoyed our time in the hotel. Thank you Mitsuaki for your help and hospitality!
7.9 Good 317 reviews
Modern hotel in area with lots of restaurant and shopping nearby. 10 minute walk to station. Breakfast was good. Front desk staff gave super recommendations for restaurants in area including best tempura restaurant I ever experienced.
9.2 Awesome 40 reviews
The hotel is really worthy to stay ,and the staff is super nice and professional,they take care every detail of you,make you feel like at home.The view outside the window is fantastic and unforgettable !!
8.0 Very Good 52 reviews
Friendly hotel staff, the big room for a family including a kid, excellent meal, clean and comfortable public bath. My son liked very much of a Yukata and a pair of sori to borrow for free!
7.9 Good 1,766 reviews
The hotel is close to the station. Staff are nice. Room is quite small but acceptable. There is a car rental shop near the hotel which is very convenient.