Komatsu, Japan Hotels & Ryokan

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Komatsu Hotels & Ryokan

Houshi
Houshi
- Founded in 718, continuing for 46 generations from 1,300 years ago, this is Hokuriku’s oldest Japanese-style hot spring ryokan.
- In the past, it has even been registered in the Guinness Book of World Records as a hot spring ryokan with the oldest history in the world.
- Those that stay at Houshi will be able to experience the traditional scenery of Japan.
- The genuine hot spring atmosphere of this quiet seasonal lodging will help to ease guests’ travel fatigue.

- To express their gratitude and happiness for guests’ stay, ryokan staff will serve guests matcha green tea and tea cakes.

- The hot spring is a clear and colorless sodium sulfate spring. The spring water is also good for drinking.
- Both the men’s and women’s large communal baths have open-air baths.
- In the open-air baths, guests can also enjoy the natural scenery as its appearance changes via the seasons and weather.
- The large communal baths are equipped with shampoo, hair rinse, conditioner, and face shaving foam.
- The men’s dressing room is equipped with hair dryers, cotton swabs, combs, skin gel, razors, hair mousse, hair tonic, hair liquid, and hair-styling water.
- The women’s dressing room is equipped with hair dryers, cotton swabs, combs, hand mirrors, shower caps, and skin care products (cleansing items, face lotion, all-in-one gels).
- The ryokan also has 2 private baths. (Reservations taken after check-in at the front desk, on a first come, first served basis. Advance reservation cannot be done by phone, email, etc.)

- Guestrooms are located in 4 connected wings that surround a Japanese garden.
- In the spacious garden, guests can enjoy the four seasons of Japan with colored leaves in the fall, winter scenery, cherry blossoms in the spring, and cool clear streams in the summer.

- For cuisine, guests can savor kaiseki course meals prepared with natural bounties from the ocean, mountains, countryside, and rivers in the Hokuriku and Kaga regions.
- Hot dishes are served while they are still hot, and cold dishes are served cold.

- From Kanazawa, it is about 30 minutes by train. From Komatsu Airport, it is about 25 minutes by car, making for a very convenient location.
- There is also a free shuttle service from Awazu Station (closest station) and Kagaonsen Station. (For details, please refer to Access Info)
How to get there?
[To Kagaonsen Station]
- From Kanazawa Station: Approx. 25 min via limited express train.
- From Kyoto Station: Approx. 100 min via limited express train.
From Kagaonsen Station (JR Hokuriku Line): About 20 min by taxi.
To Awazu Station: Approx. 35 min via local train from Kanazawa Station.

Departure Schedule for Free Shuttle Bus from Kagaonsen Station
14:30, 15:30, 16:30, 17:30
Departure Schedule for Free Shuttle Bus from Awazu Station
15:00 - 17:00 (matches train times)
*The free shuttle bus requires a reservation in advance.
*To ride the shuttle bus going from the ryokan to each station the next morning, please speak with the staff during check-in.
Route-Inn Grantia Komatsu Airport
Route-Inn Grantia Komatsu Airport
Only a 1-minute drive away from Komatsu IC (Hokuriku Expressway), and a 5-minute drive away from Komatsu Airport. Relax and refresh yourself in "Ataka-no-Yu", the natural hot spring bath in the hotel.
How to get there?
[To Komatsu Station]
- From Kyoto: Approx. 2 hr.
- From Kanazawa: Approx. 20 min.
From Komatsu Station (JR Hokuriku Main Line): About 10 min by taxi.
By Car: Exit the Hokuriku Expressway at Komatsu IC and continue along for about 1 min.
Yukai Resort: Awazu Grand Hotel
Yukai Resort: Awazu Grand Hotel
Awazu Onsen is home to some of the most beautiful scenery in the Hokuriku region, with the vivid colors of each season changing the landscape's appearance. This hotel offers comfortable accommodations and relaxing hot spring spas.
Both dinner and breakfast will be a buffet style meal in the restaurant. Guests can enjoy a menu of Japanese, Western, and Chinese-style freshly cooked cuisine, seasonal cuisine, regional cuisine, and original cuisine, among others.
This hotel's annex is about a minute's walk away.
How to get there?
From Komatsu Airport: Approx. 25 min by car.

[To Kagaonsen Station]
- From Nagoya Station: About 150 min via limited express train.
- From Kyoto Station: About 100 min via limited express train.
- From Kanazawa Station: About 25 min via limited express train.
From Awazu Station (JR Hokuriku Main Line): About 10 min by car. A hotel loop shuttle is available.

[Free Shuttle]
Departs Kagaonsen Station at 13:35, 14:45, 15:55, 17:05 (Takes approx. 40 min. Please make a reservation by the day before accommodation.)
APA Hotel Komatsu
APA Hotel Komatsu
Hotel guests can conveniently reach the hotel from Komatsu Airport, JR Komatsu Station, and the Hokuriku Expressway. The hotel is great as a base for those on business or those visiting for sightseeing, and the staff takes pride in its cordial service.
How to get there?
From JR Komatsu Station: Exit the Station via the West Exit. The hotel is 5 minutes on foot from the Station.
By car: Exit the Hokuriku Expressway at the Komatsu IC and continue for about 10 minutes.
From Komatsu Airport: 15 minutes by taxi.
APA Hotel Komatsu Grand
APA Hotel Komatsu Grand
Reopened on September 16, 2015 after renewal. This APA hotel, boasting the common APA group services plus many other facilities including Cloud fit original bed, is now named APA Hotel Komatsu Grand.
How to get there?
From Komatsu Airport: About 15 minutes by car or taxi. Alternatively, take a bus to Komatsu Station (about 15 minutes). Buses leave every 20 minutes.
From Kanazawa Station: About 20 minutes to Komatsu Station by Limited Express Train.
From Komatsu Station (JR Hokuriku Line) West Exit: About 5 minutes on foot.
By car: Exit the Hokuriku Expressway at Komatsu IC and continue for about 10 minutes.
*Guests using the APA Hotel Komatsu Grand car park, please notify the hotel of 4 numbers on the vehicle number plate when checking in.
Hotel Binario Komatsu Centre (Formerly: Hotel Sunroute Komatsu)
Hotel Binario Komatsu Centre (Formerly: Hotel Sunroute Komatsu)
A quiet hotel situated along Route 8 in Komatsu. Please enjoy your stay.
How to get there?
(1) By Train
[To Komatsu Station]
- From Kanazawa Station, about 30 min via JR local service train. About 15 min via JR limited express train.
- From Osaka Station, about 150 min via JR limited express train.
- From Kyoto Station, about 120 min via JR limited express train.
- From Nagoya Station, about 160 min via JR limited express train.

[From Komatsu Station]
- 10 min on foot.
- 3 min by taxi.
- 5 min by route bus bound for Hotel Sunroute-mae (at bus stop no. 4, Komatsu Station West Exit bus boarding area).
Alight at Hotel Sunroute-mae. Immediate access from there.
Departure times: 17:15 / 17:55 / 18:55 / 19:40 / 21:30
(Schedule current as of Feb. 22, 2017.)

(2) By Plane
[To Komatsu Airport]
- From Haneda Airport, about 55 min.
[From Komatsu Airport]
- 20 min by route bus bound for Hotel Sunroute-mae (from bus stop no. 3, Komatsu Airport bus boarding area).
Alight at Hotel Sunroute-mae. Immediate access from there.
Departure times: 17:00 / 17:40 / 18:40 / 19:25 / 21:15
(Schedule current as of Feb. 22, 2017.)

- 15 min by bus bound for Komatsu Ekimae (Komatsu Station) (at bus stop no. 3, Komatsu Airport bus boarding area).
Alight at Komatsu Ekimae. 10 min on foot from there.
Trips run once every 20-30 min between 8:30 and 21:15.
(Schedule current as of Feb. 22, 2017.)

(3) By Car
- From Kanazawa, about 40 min via Hokuriku Expressway.
About 15 min from Hokuriku Expressway Komatsu IC.
Hotel Econo Komatsu
Hotel Econo Komatsu
This hotel is just 10 minutes by car from Komatsu Airport and has free parking. This American hotel chain is one of the largest in the world! The hotel provides complimentary breakfast, a coffee welcoming service, and free Wi-Fi Internet!
How to get there?
From Komatsu Airport: 10 min by taxi.
By bus: Take a Komatsu Akata Line Bus to the Nagasaki bus stop. It is about 2 min on foot from there.
By car: About 2 min from Komatsu IC on the Hokuriku Expressway.
Tsujinoya Hananosho
Tsujinoya Hananosho
The 80,000 square-meter garden has a river running through it and new flowers blooming throughout the year. A traditional Japanese inn, Tsujinoya Hananosho has its own private hot spring source, and offers guests delectable cuisine with generous use of seasonal ingredients from northwest Honshu.
How to get there?
From Kagaonsen Station (JR Hokuriku Line): About 15 minutes by free hotel shuttle car (reservation necessary).
By car: Exit the Hokuriku Expressway at Kaga IC and continue along Route 8 for about 20 minutes (12 km). Head towards Awazu IC.

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