Kitakata, Japan Hotels & Ryokan

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Kitakata Hotels & Ryokan

Atsushio Onsen Yamagataya
Yamagataya offers delicious homemade cuisine made from local organically grown ingredients and a large communal bath offering views of the hot spring town. There is also a salon featuring a low-heat charcoal-fire sauna.
How to get there?
From Kitakata Station (JR Ban-etsu West Line): About 15 minutes by taxi.
By car: Exit the Ban-etsu Expressway at Aizu-Wakamatsu IC and continue along Route 121 for about 40 minutes (30 km).
Furusato Kaiseki Shiguretei
This traditional house is surrounded by the rice fields in the countryside. Here, guests can feel at home.
How to get there?
From Kitakata Station (JR Ban-etsu West Line): about 15 min by taxi at around JPY 1,200 (as of Jan. 2010).
By car: Exit the Ban-etsu Expressway at Aizuwakamatsu IC and continue along National Route 121. The hotel is along Prefectural Route 336 (Mahoroba Highway: road at the west end of the Aizu-bonchi valley). At the intersection with National Route 459, head north (direction of Atsushiokano) for about 1 km.
(Due to a change of address, please be careful when using a car navigation system. The old address may come up when searching by name or phone number.)
Azuma Ryokan
This popular lodging with a modern atmosphere is within walking distance of a famous ramen shop whose morning ramen is quite popular. The proprietress, who serves as the sightseeing concierge, will introduce guests to Kitakata.
How to get there?
From Kitakata Station (JR Ban'etsu West Line): about 13 min on foot, about 5 min by taxi, around JPY 650 (as of May 2007)
By car: Exit the Ban-etsu Expressway from the Aizuwakamatsu IC, and take Route 49 for 30 min (Landmark: Kitakata City Hall)
Yumotoya (Nicchu Onsen)
Located at the base of the northern Aizu mountains, this peaceful countryside retreat offers warm onsen baths rich in iron and features a range of delicious authentic cuisine prepared using a selection of fresh local produce.
How to get there?
From Kitakata Station (JR Ban-etsu West Line): Take the bus bound for Atsushio / Nicchu and get off at Atsushio Onsen. The hotel is about 5 minutes by taxi from the bus stop.
By car: Exit the Ban-etsu Expressway at Aizu-Wakamatsu IC and continue along Route 121 for about 50 minutes (40 km).
From Kitakata Station (JR Ban-etsu West Line): About 25 minutes by taxi.
Shorinkaku
Offering a full view of the Aizu Basin, this 2-story Japanese-style house features a wooden architecture that exudes warmth. Look forward to delicious local cuisine and enjoy seeing seasonal scenery.
How to get there?
From Aizubange Station (JR Tadami Line): about 45 min on foot or 15 min by taxi at around JPY 1,800.

From Aizu-Wakamatsu Station: a free pick-up service to Shorinkaku is available.
Outbound: departs Aizu-Wakamatsu Station at 16:30, arrives at Shorinkaku at 17:10
Return: departs Shorinkaku at 9:30, arrives at Aizu-Wakamatsu Station at 10:10

By car: Exit the Bandai Expressway at Aizu Sakashita IC and continue along National Route 49 and Prefectural Route 336. Landmark: Tachiki Kannon.

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