Misasa, Japan Hotels & Ryokan

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Misasa Hotels & Ryokan

Misasakan
Misasakan
A ryokan (traditional Japanese inn) with twelve kinds of baths in harmony with the natural environment, where guests enjoy heart-warming hospitality. After a relaxing soak in the bath, guests can treat themselves to some of the sumptuous seasonal dishes that are highly recommended.
How to get there?
From Kurayoshi Station (JR San-in Line): Take a bus bound for Misasa Onsen to the Misasa Onsen-iriguchi bus stop (about 20 min). It is about 1 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Chugoku Expressway at Innosho IC and continue along National Route 179 for about 55 km (about 55 min), and Prefectural Route 21 for about 5 km (about 5 min) towards Misasa Onsen.
Mansuirou
Mansuirou
This inn is famous for its superb cuisine prepared with seasonal ingredients, and for a world-leading radium onsen (hot springs).
How to get there?
From Kurayoshi Station (JR San-in Line): Take a bus bound for Misasa-Onsen to the Misasa-Onsen bus stop. It is about 3 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Chugoku Expressway at Innosho IC and continue along Route 179 for about 60 min.
Ryokan Ohashi
Ryokan Ohashi
In 1997, this ryokan (traditional Japanese inn) was designated as a national tangible cultural property. Ohashi's natural hot spring water jets up from the cavern underneath, and the inn also has its own health sauna. The original Japanese kaiseki course cuisine is prepared by an award-winning master chef.
How to get there?
From Kurayoshi Station (JR San-in Line): Take a bus bound for Misasa Onsen to the Misasa Onsen-iriguchi bus stop (about 20 min). It is about 5 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Chugoku Expressway at Innosho IC and continue along Route 179 for about 50 min (60 km).
Kiya Ryokan
Kiya Ryokan
This long-standing ryokan retains elements of the Taisho and Showa eras within its three-story wooden structure. Its unique history has earned it registry on the list of Tangible Cultural Properties. Its baths are also treasured relics, filled with natural waters streaming in from area springs.
How to get there?
From Kurayoshi Station (JR San-In Line): Take a bus bound for Misaki Onsen to the last bus stop (about 20 min) and it is 1 min on foot from there.
By car: About 30 km from Yonago Expressway Yubara IC.
Misasa Royal Hotel
Misasa Royal Hotel
Located along the banks of the Misasa River, with splendid views of the Chugoku mountain ranges! Misasa Royal Hotel offers guests spacious radium hot spring baths, an open-air bath and family bath. This hotel makes the perfect place for a countryside retreat.
How to get there?
From Kurayoshi Station (JR San-in Line), South Exit: Take a bus bound for Misasa Onsen to the Misasa-cho Yakuba-mae bus stop (about 10 min). It is about 3 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Chugoku Expressway at Innosho IC and continue along Route 179 for about 50 min.
Meijisou
Meijisou
Enjoy a relaxing, radium-infused natural hot spring bath at this traditional Japanese-style ryokan. Guests can enjoy looking out onto the central garden that features a beautiful 160-year-old pine tree.
How to get there?
From Tottori Airport: Take an Airport Limousine Bus bound for Misasa-Onsen to the Misasa-Onsen bus stop (60 min). It is about 3 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Yonago Expressway at the Yuhara IC and continue on National Routes 313, 482 and 179 for about 40 min.
Misasa Onsen Izanro Iwasaki
Misasa Onsen Izanro Iwasaki
In 2002, a bath with a large circuit style garden was built, which offers twelve large baths and open-air baths with different styles. The staff prepares guestrooms with open-air baths and barrier-free rooms for wheelchairs.
How to get there?
From JR Kurayoshi Station: Take a bus bound for Misasa-Onsen to the Misasa-Onsen bus stop (about 20 min). It is about 2 min on foot from there.
By car: About 60 km from the Chugoku Expressway Innosho IC.

Shuttle Service
Kurayoshi Station == Hotel
**Prior shuttle reservation required at least a day in advance.
For those who would like to take advantage of the drop off service, please inform the hotel staff at the front desk when checking in.
Pick-up from station to hotel: Departures available 13:30-18:00
Drop-off from hotel to station: Departs at 9:30, 10:10, 11:15

*Notice of Change to Shuttle Bus Time
Date of Change: Apr. 1, 2020 (Wed.)

[Operation Schedule]
Kurayoshi Station to hotel
Before Change: 13:30-18:00
After Change: 14:30-18:00

- A reservation is required by the day prior.
Misasa Onsen Koraku
Misasa Onsen Koraku
A ryokan (Japanese-style hotel) filled with elegant Japanese atmosphere agains the backdrop of green mountains. The gate made of zelkova trees was moved from an old business tycoon's house and is worth seeing.
How to get there?
From Kurayoshi Station (JR San-in Line): Take a bus bound for Misasa-Onsen/Mitokusan to the Kankoshoko Center bus stop (20 min). It is less than 1 min on foot from there.
Misasa Onsen Toenkan
Misasa Onsen Toenkan
Offering guests a comfortable stay, this hotel has one of the world's leading radium hot spring baths. Staff are ready to assist guests in English, Chinese or Korean.
How to get there?
From Tottori Airport: about 60 min by taxi at around JPY 14,000 (as of June 2016).
From Kurayoshi Station (JR San'in Line): about 20 min by taxi at around JPY 3,300 (as of June 2016).
From Misasa Onsen bus stop: about 5 min on foot.
By car: Exit the Chugoku Expressway at Innosho IC and continue along Route 179.