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Hita, Japan Hotels & Ryokan

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Hita Hotels & Ryokan

Kayausagi
Kayausagi
Originally, the hotel building was a 130-year-old mansion. The interior of the hotel is decorated with antiques. Guests can enjoy a stay in the early 20th century layout and the surrounding tranquil nature.
How to get there?
From Hita Station (JR Kyudai Line): About 10 minutes by taxi.
By car: Exit the Oita Expressway at Hita IC and continue along Route 212 for about 10 minutes (15 km).
Hizenya
Hizenya
Hizenya boasts various types of stylish onsen baths constantly drawing natural hot spring water directly from the source. This is the only hotel with hot springs straddling the prefectures of Oita and Kumamoto.
How to get there?
From Hita Station (JR Kyudai Line): About 40 min by taxi.
By car: Exit the Oita Expressway at Hita IC and continue along National Route 212 for about 25 km (about 40 min). Turn left at the Matsubara Dam traffic lights.
Kizantei Hotel
Kizantei Hotel
Situated upstream of the Chikugokawa River, on the banks of the Mikumagawa River, this hotel has more than 100 years of history under its venerable belt. In summer, guests can enjoy the traditional scenes of the river, including houseboats and cormorant fishing, either from guest rooms or from the open-air bath on the 8th floor.
How to get there?
From JR Hita Station (Kyudai Main Line): 15 minutes on foot or 5 minutes by taxi.
Hotel Route Inn Hita Ekimae
Hotel Route Inn Hita Ekimae
Standing in a great location about a minute on foot from Hita Station. Start the day right with a healthy, satisfying breakfast buffet featuring Japanese and Western cuisine dishes, free of charge for staying guests! The artificial radium mineral baths are also popular.
How to get there?
From Hita Station (JR Kyudai Main Line): about 1 min on foot.
By car: Exit the Oita Expressway at Hita IC and continue along Route 212 for about 10 min (3 km).
Hotel Socia
Hotel Socia
Centrally located within the city, this hotel offers great access to public transportation hubs and features a large shared bath on the top floor, a women-only floor, as well as saunas and jacuzzis.
How to get there?
From Hita Station (JR Kyudai Main Line): 3 minutes on foot.
Ukiha Bekkan Shinshiyo
Ukiha Bekkan Shinshiyo
A hotel situated on the side of a mountain surrounded by rich nature and magnificent scenery. The interior is decorated by Hydrangea motifs, and the natural hot spring is drinkable, and offers a rejuvenating soak.
How to get there?
From Fukuoka Airport: Take the Subway to Hakata Station, then transfer to the JR Kyudai Line and alight at Amagase Station. About another 3 minutes by taxi.
By car: Exit the Oita Expressway at the Amagase-Takatsuka IC and continue along Route 210 for about 14 minutes (13 km).
Sansou-Tensui
Sansou-Tensui
Sansou-Tensui is located in a spacious site surrounded by mountains. The hotel offers multiple open-air baths with scenic views of seasonal trees, plants, flowers, a brook and a waterfall. Guests can come out of a relaxing bath to taste special kaiseki course cuisine.
How to get there?
From Amagase Station (JR Kyudai Line): About 5 min by taxi.
By car: Exit the Oita Expressway at Amagase-Takatsuka IC and continue along Prefectural Route 54 for about 15 km (about 10 min), then National Route 210 for about 6 km (about 10 min). Head towards Amagase Post Office.
Hita no Yado Yorozuya
Hita no Yado Yorozuya
This Japanese-style ryokan is located by the Mikuma River that flows through Hita Bonchi, one of Kyushu's most remarkable waterside districts. The open-air bath carved from a rock is quite popular among guests.
How to get there?
From Hita Station (JR Kyudai Main Line): about 15 min on foot or 5 min by taxi.
By car: about 15 min from Oita Expressway Hita IC.
Milky Spa Sun Village
Milky Spa Sun Village
Surrounded by beautiful nature, this inn boasts of good quality hot springs (onsen). The hotel's concept is "a resort of hot springs and stars," as seen in its galaxy-inspired art and interior style.
How to get there?
From Amagase Station (JR Kyudai Main Line): About 15 minutes on foot or about 3 minutes by taxi.
By car: Exit the Oita Expressway at the Amagase-Takatsuka IC and continue along Prefectural Route 54 for about 8 minutes (4 km) and on to Route 210 for about 7 minutes (5 km).
Hotel Kazehaya
Hotel Kazehaya
This hotel was constructed using earth and wood from Hita and is built in the traditional sukiya tea house style. Here guests can experience a more traditional side of Japanese life. Dinner is served in a 200 year-old former sake brewery which has been converted into a restaurant.
How to get there?
By Car: From the Oita Expressway, leave via the Hita IC and continue for approximately 5 minutes.
Seoto / Yuoto no Yado Ukiha
Seoto / Yuoto no Yado Ukiha
Our comfortable inn uses genuine water from a hot spring (onsen) for a bath. We have a large bath, Sakadaru (wine barrel) bath. Enjoy our seasonal Japanese tray of dishes and local sake.
How to get there?
From JR Amagase Station (JR Kyudai Line): 10 minutes on foot.
caffel Hina-no-sato (Formerly: Hina-no-Sato Sanyokan)
caffel Hina-no-sato (Formerly: Hina-no-Sato Sanyokan)
At this hotel, guests can celebrate Hina Matsuri (Doll Festival) every day of the year. This Japanese-style inn situated along the Mikuma River opened after renovation in 2012. The private dining booths, along with the special dinner that can be enjoyed on the house boat are popular among guests. Cormarant fishing can be seen from May to October.
How to get there?
From Hita Station (JR Kyudai Line): About 10 min on foot; about 5 min by taxi.
By car: Exit the Oita Expressway at Hita IC and continue along Route 212 (Tamagawa Bypass), then Route 386 for about 1 km (about 3 min). Turn right at Hinode Kagu (home appliance store).
Mikuma Hotel
Mikuma Hotel
Our ryokan (Japanese-style inn) has open-air Hinoki (cypress wood) baths. Since the baths are positioned 50 meters above sea level, they are the highest in Kyushu and boast splendid views. We offer our female guests colorful yukata (cotton kimono) free of charge, if they stay overnight. We highly recommend you enjoy yourself in one of these cheerful garments!
How to get there?
From JR Kyudai Line Hita Station: 12 mins on foot/5 mins by taxi
Okuhita Onsen Umehibiki
Okuhita Onsen Umehibiki
Situated in Oyama, the inner parlor of Tenryohita, a picturesque location blessed with Hibiki Gorge and plum trees. Morning brings a drape of hazy mist, making scenery appear like a Chinese ink painting.
How to get there?
From Hita Station (JR Kyudai Main Line): Take the Tsuetate line bus bound for Tsuetate and alight at Bungo Oyama Hibikinosato (approx. 30 min). About 10 min on foot from there.
By car: about 30 min from Oita Expressway Hita IC via Route 212.