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Asamushi, Japan Hotels & Ryokan

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Asamushi Hotels & Ryokan

Nanbuya Kaisenkaku
Nanbuya Kaisenkaku
Guests can soak in the large fine-view communal bath and open-air bath with a magnificent view of the Asamushi Onsen Coast. Enjoy the folk Japanese-style interior as well.
How to get there?
From Asamushi-Onsen Station (Aoimori Railway): About 2 minutes on foot.
By car: Exit the Aomori Expressway at Aomori-higashi IC and continue along Route 4 for about 15 minutes (8 km).
Grand Views Asamushi Sakura Kanko Hotel
Grand Views Asamushi Sakura Kanko Hotel
This hotel was renovated and re-opened in July 2010. Being the sole hotel located along the beach in Asamushi Onsen, it commands a panoramic view of Mutsu Bay, and guests can look forward to enjoying authentic kaiseki cuisine.
How to get there?
From JR Tohoku Line Asamushi Onsen Station: 10 mins on foot
Yanagi no Yu
Yanagi no Yu
Don’t miss out on these perks!
- ‘Oyudono Baths’, the facility’s recommended hot springs.
Experience the warmth of hiba cypress baths with a history that started in the Edo Period.
- Fully enjoy 5 baths of varying charm.
Enjoy both indoor and open-air baths that use the facility’s own natural hot spring source.
- Savor an abundance of fresh seafood caught from Mutsu Bay.
Guests will be served abalone, togekuri crab, icefish and more, all to match the season.
- Great access! Located about 5 minutes on foot from JR Asamushi-Onsen Station!

About Baths
Asamushi Onsen is a well-known hot spring in Aomori. The facility’s hot springs will warm your body to the core, allowing you to thoroughly rest yourself.
Guests can enjoy up to 5 indoor and open-air baths!
*Depending on the time, baths will be rotated between genders.

“Oyudono Bath”
[250-year old hiba cypress bathtubs that healed the lord of Tsugaru, indoor baths, and open-air hiba cypress barrel baths]
Take a relaxing soak in the spacious baths and let your travel fatigue flow away.
Hours: Women - 13:00 - 19:30, Men - 19:30 - 9:00 (next day)

“Tsubo-no-Yu Bath”
[Indoor baths, open-air hiba cypress garden baths (with sauna)]
Enjoy a refreshing soak in baths that smell of Aomori hiba cypress.
Hours: Men - 13:00 - 19:30, Women - 19:30 - 9:00 (next day)
How to get there?
From Aomori Airport: about 40 min by taxi.
From Asamushi-Onsen Station (Aomori Railway): 6 min on foot.
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway/Aomori Expressway at Aomori-higashi IC and continue along Route 4 for about 10 min (6 km).
Kappo Ryokan Satsuki
Kappo Ryokan Satsuki
Kappo Ryokan Satsuki offers guests carefully prepared kaiseki cuisine using fresh, local seafood.
How to get there?
From Aomori Airport: Take the limousine bus to Aomori. Then take the Aoimori Railway train bound for Asamushi-Onsen and get off at Asamushi-Onsen Station (about 20 minutes). About 3 minutes on foot or 1 minute by taxi from there.
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Aomori IC and continue along the Aomori Expressway. Exit at Aomori-higashi IC and continue for about 10 minutes (5 km).
Hotel Akitaya
Hotel Akitaya
Guests can enjoy a relaxing soak in the fine-view hot spring baths and gaze at the beautiful sunset over the Mutsu Bay. The open-air baths are also very popular among guests.
How to get there?
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Aomori-higashi IC and continue along Route 4 for about 10 minutes.
From Asamushi-Onsen Station (Aoimori Railway): About 5 minutes on foot.
Tsubakikan
Tsubakikan
This inn is known as the first inn to open in the Asamushi Onsen area, and with its own spring, it has been soothing visitors for over 400 years. Woodblock prints by the prefecture's artists are displayed inside.
How to get there?
From Asamushi-Onsen Station (Aoimori Railway): About 7 minutes on foot.
By car: Exit the Aomori Expressway at Aomori-higashi IC and continue along Route 4 for about 12 minutes (10 km).