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chugoku

Asia Japan

Ryokan Kaike Yugetsu Yonago

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22 June 2022
Kaike Onsen, a hot spring village in Yonago, Tottori Prefecture, is surrounded by the rich nature of the sea and mountains. "RYOKAN", which offers a new resort that is neither a "hotel" nor an old "ryokan", was born in this scenic area. This is a special space where you can spend a quiet time with a big person, away from the noisy days. The large ocean of the Japanese Sea, which you can see from all the rooms, will take...
Asia Japan

Ryokan Chorakuen

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2 January 2022
Since 1868, Yunosuke’s Hotel Chorakuen has been located in the center of the Tamatsukuri Onsen Spa area with its 1,300-year history.Legend has it that men and women, young and old alike, visited here, and the area was like a busy market. We have been maintaining the Hot Springs of the Gods to revive the festivity of the ancient spa and offer you a peaceful retreat. The largest open-air hot-spring mixed...
Asia Japan

Ryokan Ohashi Misasa

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13 August 2021
The Ryokan Ohashi Misasa was completed in 1932 with the prime objective of achieving the pinnacle in Japanese architecture. It was built of prized wood from our neighboring regions that, unobtainable today, stands the test of time and instills a traditional presence. From its conception, the inn was intended to achieve the pinnacle in Japanese architecture. The builders (shrine carpenters) were given complete freedom...
Asia Japan

Ryokan Kaike Shogetsu

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27 February 2021
Starting with the ocean view from 27 m above ground from the hotsprings of Kaike, there are 19 high-quality rooms, a spa salon, rock bath, karaoke, and many more facilities. Our facilities can be enjoyed by adults and also entire families together...
Asia Japan

Ryokan Iwaso

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1 September 2020
Welcome to Iwaso. This wonderful Luxurious Ryokan, opened in 1893 was the first ryokan opened for business on Miyajima. Iwaso is situated in a very beautiful part of Momijidani Park and when it was first constructed the owner built a tea shop and planted the area with maples trees. Iwaso was constructed in the "miya-daiku" style, by the same craftsmen who built Japanese shrines. Previous guests have included famous...