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Boasting a hot tub, Minpaku Hiraizumi is situated in Hiraizumi. The air-conditioned accommodation is 300 metres from Motsuji Temple, and guests benefit from private parking available on site and free... Very friendly owners that make you feel welcome. Our daughter was directly involved in origami and had a great time. The b&b is very beautiful. Nearby restaurants are good and all historical places close by. Breakfast was very tasty !
Set 300 metres from Motsuji Temple, 2.3 km from Chuson-ji Temple and 6 km from Takkoku Seikou-ji Temple, Minpaku Suzuki offers accommodation situated in Hiraizumi. The Suzukis are really great: every time I came back home they offered me something to eat and drink. They took me to the hot springs and to the nearest convenience store by car when I needed to have a shower and buy dinner. The first day I was in Hiraizumi it rained a lot and so my shoes were soaked. Well, they were so kind to stuff them with newspaper to make them dry faster. And what to say about the breakfast: simply amazing! Easily the best breakfast I had in all my many trips in Japan!
Situated in Hiraizumi, within 400 metres of Motsuji Temple and 2 km of Chuson-ji Temple, Iris Yu features accommodation with a garden and free WiFi throughout the property as well as free private... A lovely place to stay in Hiraizumi. Really close to the station and moutsuu ji! The staff was very nice and kind and ready to help in any case. The place was very comfartbale and also had a great breakfast!
Set in Hiraizumi, 600 metres from Motsuji Temple, Musashibou offers accommodation with a bar, free private parking and a garden. Hotel rooms are simple but dinner and breakfast menu is excellent and alone worth more than the price of hotel, think they will get more foreigner crowd if they put more pics of food, Onden, spa facilities on booking website, 10/10 as value for money, location also perfect between Mitsuji and Chusonji.
Offering modern rooms with free WiFi, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with a bathtub, Chisun Inn Iwate is 200 metres from Ichinoseki Interchange on the Tohoku Expressway. location wasn't too bad as long as you drive. Many restaurants nearby too. The staff members were nice. I really wanna to thanks the guy who worked at the night shift. We came back from the festival and arrived by the hotel at around 12, he was waiting for us and help us to do the check-in, answering questions patiently. Super nice.
Hiraizumi was outstanding. A picturesque and peaceful place, teeming with history and culture. There are beautiful parks, gardens and rice fields. We hired bicycles at the train station and saw the main sights across one day and were very relaxed. Chuson ji complex is, in my opinion, more beautiful than many of the more popular sites in areas like Kyoto. The people were so friendly and welcoming. The public onsen is excellent and we were made to feel very welcome by the local clientele. I would make this a definite stop on any Japanese trip
A lovely town that is small enough to see everything in a day. The sites are beautifully maintained and signposted for English speakers; there is a very convenient loop-bus that takes you to all the main places.
Hiraizumi is a beautiful part of Japan. Loved our stay here. We happened to be here during the mid-winter fire festival on Jan 20th - what a fantastic experience! We also recommend the Korean grill next to Iris Yu for delicious good value dinner.
This is a very different Japan from urban Tokyo. It's colder, much much colder and there are no street lights after dark, so you may get lost. Other than that, you can see stars! And my friend and I saw the beginning of the supermoon over the weekend. Very laidback, rural Japan with only hourly trains going, Hiraizumi offers you a walk along heritage and history, while enjoying the sakura blossoms or the autumn maple leaves. I greatly recommend Hiraizumi to any traveler who wants to visit a Japan which is different from Tokyo and Kyoto!
It's a very small town- quiet and peaceful. The World Heritage sites (gardens and temples) were well worth visiting. Would have hiked and walked more, with more time there. Bus service a little lacking. Most sites were within walking distance.