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Hotel & Resorts Kyoto-Miyazu features a spacious public bath and a sauna for guests to enjoy their stay. Good location near Tai Yacht Harbor, onsen.
Hotel Kitanoya offers rooms with ocean views just a 6-minute walk from Amanohashidate Train Station. It boasts hot-spring baths and a Japanese restaurant. One word: perfect. Everything is made for you to switch off your brain and relax. Friendly and welcoming staff taking you to your room with a tasty welcome drink, breathtaking view on the sea and mountain, and an overall very pleasant room. Besides, the open air hot bath (onsen) is fantastic and open till late. There's also a bus shuttle taking from and to the train station. I enjoyed borrowing a bike from the hotel to cycle around and particularly on the strip of land Amanohashidate is famous for. Definitely coming back to this hotel if I'm ever again in the neighbourhood.
Set in Miyazu, 10 km from Amanohashidate, Auberge Amanohashidate offers rooms with air conditioning and free WiFi. The staff is super nice, very helpfull even if they don't speak a lot of English. The onsen in the hotel next door. The location of the Auberge was perfect. I went everywhere by walking.
Overlooking Wakasa Bay and the Amanohashidate land bridge, Shinpuro offers hot-spring baths and Japanese dinners with fresh seafood. The elegant rooms include a satellite flat-screen TV and tea maker.... The owners were very friendly and helpful and went out of their way to accommodate us. The dinner and breakfast were simply superb.
Located on a hilltop, Genmyoan boasts Japanese rooms with magnificent Amanohashidate and ocean views. It is expensive but all worth it
Just a 5-minute walk from Amanohashidate Station, traditional-style spa hotel Monjusou offers Japanese rooms and canal views. The hotel features natural hot-spring baths and free Wi-Fi. The room The onsen The food The location
Offering spacious rooms with free Wi-Fi in a natural setting is Hashidate Bay Hotel, 15 minutes from Amano-Hashidate Train Station on the free shuttle. Massages and a restaurant are featured. The hotel has a charming “country inn” feel to it, while still being very professional. The rooms are good size for Japan, and there are many amenities available to use from children’s books to free onsen tickets to croquet sets to crawdad catching kits. The views from the rooms were beautiful, too, as it sits up upon a hill looking out over the town and water. Most rooms having a sitting area which is great for having a cup of tea and enjoying the bay. There are some tasty little restaurants within walking distance as well. Staying here was a highlight of our trip, and if given the chance, we’d come back.
Set in Yosano, 30 km from Toyoukedai Shrine, Kaya Yamanoie features rooms with air conditioning. Both free WiFi and private parking are available at this property.
Located in Kyotango, 22 km from Yuhigaura Onsen, Centrale Hotel Kyotango features a spa & wellness centre and a garden. This 3-star hotel features free WiFi and a terrace. Professional service. Very clean and new room. Wonderful breakfast. Good location for driving. Nice onsen.
Set in Kyotango, 10 km from Yuhigaura Onsen, Plaza Hotel Kissuien boasts a restaurant and free WiFi. Free private parking is available on site. All rooms are equipped with a TV. Like all Japanese the check in staff was very friendly and accommodating. The shower had excellent water pressure and very hot water.
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Located 12 km from Amanohashidate, Hotel Tango Nakamura So provides rooms with air conditioning in Miyazu. This 2-star ryokan offers free WiFi.
A 5-minute stroll from Amanohashidate, Amano Hashidate-So features a spacious hot spring bath with sea views, massages and Japanese cuisine. Hotel is just 2mins drive out to Amanohashidate Station and to the places of interest.
Situated in Miyazu, 13 km from Amanohashidate and 5 km from Amanohashidate View Land, Guesthouse 縁 ~enishi~ provides free WiFi.
ワインとお宿 千歳 CHITOSE features air-conditioned rooms with flat-screen TV in the Amanohashidate Onsen district of Miyazu.
Featuring free WiFi, a barbecue and a terrace, Bekkan Yosanoso offers accommodation in Miyazu, 2.9 km from Amanohashidate. Free private parking is available on site.
Boasting free bikes, Charoku Honkan is situated in Miyazu, 12 km from Amanohashidate. The property is around 3 km from Amanohashidate View Land and 9 km from Uocchikan.
Just a 1-minute walk from Amanohashidate Station, hotel Maruyasu offers Japanese-style rooms, a bar with a range of Japanese sake wines, and a library with comic books in Japanese. Staff were very friendly and attentive despite language barrier. Good sized room with comfy futons.
Overlooking Wakasa Bay and the Amanohashidate land bridge, Shinpuro offers hot-spring baths and Japanese dinners with fresh seafood. The elegant rooms include a satellite flat-screen TV and tea maker.... The owners were very friendly and helpful and went out of their way to accommodate us.
The view in Amanohashidate is said to be very pretty. Due to the bad weather, unfortunately I was not able to go anywhere (which of course the city is not responsible for). But apart from the famous viewing spots there is literally nothing to do. The town is very small and the shops close quite early in the evening.
Miyazu is quiet once the coach parties an day trippers have gone home. The cable car/ chair lift are well worth a go and take you to a lovely view point. Be aware that most restaurants close between about 5pm and 7.30 pm. We were lucky enough to find one open between these times and had a lovely Japanese meal. It is very quiet in the evenings as most guests eat in the ryokans.
One of the 3 most beautiful spots in Japan!!! This town is a most when you visit this amazing country!!! Be prepare to see beautiful cherry blossoms during the spring season and get your ski gear ready for the winter on the north Japanese Alps... highly recommended to include in your list of places to visit while in Japan
Miyazu is such a beautiful place. Of course people visit to see Amanohashidate but there is more to do than walk the sand spit. A ride up the chair lift to Viewland is a must and driving up to Nairi Temple made our visit. And as Nairi Temple is at the opposite end of the sand spit to Amanohasidate village, it's a lot quieter and more relaxing place to visit and stay .
If you want to go to a place in Japan that isn't too much of a total tourist trap, this is it. It's a nice place to kick back and relax, go cycling or play around on the beach. The view (Amanohashidate) is of course, the main attraction of area.
Amanohashidate is the most beautiful place in Japan so far i have seen. I loved the walk along the land stretch, or cycling along it and the turning bridge and the view from the top, all fantastic. Only thing the Amanohashidate day pass i bought on the train, and when i arrived it was already 3 pm, so could only use it for 2 hours as by 5 pm, the ferry, bicycle , cable car or chair which the pass covered were all closed, so i felt a bit cheated out of my time. Next time buy this pass only if you are there in the morning.
9.1 Superb 100 reviews
The room was a modern Ryokan. It was spacious, comfy beds and private toilet. We also got to use private bath as there was only one other couple - this was lovely. The breakfast was excellent, tasty and sufficient. The lady, while limited English, was sweet and accommodating. It is literally at the ferry dock on the other side of Amanohashidate land bridge. Easy to get to w ferries every 30' @ 15 and 45 past the hr. Great run across the bridge. Robes, socks and amenities provided.
8.0 Very good 269 reviews
Very large rooms 380 sq ft + as compared to any Japanese standards. Great sea views from every room but best views of Amanohashidate are from odd number rooms. Nice gift shops and variety of restaurants to choose from. Clean and comfortable. Hotel offers limited free shuttles to train station 3 miles away.
7.7 Good 365 reviews
This was a very special experience. This beautiful old hotel is run by the 13th generation of one family. They are still attentive, kind and helpful after so many hundreds of years. The food was delightful and rooms large but warm in the deep of winter in Japan. Definitely worth a visit ... even in winter.
8.0 Very good 106 reviews
I really love this place, very closed to train station, lovely view, very very good dinner and breakfast. It has onsen ,no private bathroom but it's ok because you can use shared bathroom with onsen. I would highly recommend this place for travelers.
7.5 Good 30 reviews
Hotel is just 2mins drive out to Amanohashidate Station and to the places of interest. Triple Room came with a verandah overlooking the serene lake. It’s so beautiful. The rooms are very clean. I would highly recommend anyone to this hotel
9.1 Superb 18 reviews
We loved the view of our room! Also the hotel was very considerate. I forgot to inform them of my arrival time. However when I got off the train, I saw someone was there waiting for us! That was a great relief after our long trip.
8.0 Very good 186 reviews
Super nice Japanese-style rooms, even the dorms have a small terrace. There's a hot bath to use, which I found super awesome! The common area is great, many facilities. Staff was nice and helpful
8.3 Very good 161 reviews
Lovely atmosphere, cosy and tasteful room. Had a free onsen at the hotel open until midnight every night, footbath out the front, and veiws of the sea and amanohashidate from our room.
8.5 Very good 106 reviews
location private onsen nice staff with English speaking restaurant recommendation
9.3 Superb 44 reviews
The room The onsen The food The location
8.8 Fabulous 94 reviews
I like this Hotel..very nice
7.1 Good 319 reviews
Onsen, location, beach