Nanyo, Japan Hotels & Ryokan

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Nanyo Hotels & Ryokan

YAMAGATA THE TAKINAMI
This traditional ryokan (Japanese inn) is built in an old Japanese house. They serve a fresh breakfast with rice cakes and their dinner features wild plants and famous Yonezawa beef.
How to get there?
From Tendo Station (JR Yamagata Shinkansen), JR Exit: About 30 min on foot; about 10 min by taxi.
Tansen Hotel
This long-established Japanese-style inn is located at the very center of Akayu Onsen, a hot spring district that opened 900 years ago. A private cypress bath, 2 open-air baths, and a Japanese kaiseki course dinner featuring local dishes prepared with seasonal ingredients can be enjoyed. Guests can order additional dishes from a selection of popular menus including premium Yonezawa beef and Sangen pork. Savor all-you-can-eat mochi (sticky rice cake) for breakfast at the large dining hall!
How to get there?
From Akayu Station (JR Yamagata Shinkansen), East Exit: About 25 min on foot or about 7 min by taxi.
Gotenmori
This traditional Japanese inn was formerly a villa of the Uesugi family. Guests can relax in 12 baths using the area's most voluminous spring, a stone sauna, as well as relaxation facilities. Cuisine including Yonezawa beef is also highly regarded by visitors.
How to get there?
From Akayu Station (JR Yamagata Shinkansen) East Exit: About 20 minutes on foot, or 6 minutes by taxi.
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Fukushima-Iizaka IC and continue along Route 13 for about 55 km.
Tas Park Hotel
The hotel is located on the Mogami River and is equipped with the features of a full-scale hotel. Guests can also look forward to elegant relaxation facilities, including a tea room and pool, as well as the hotel's seasonally changing surroundings.
How to get there?
From Akayu Station (JR Yamagata Shinkansen): Take the Yamagata Railway Flower Nagai Line bound for Nagai/Arato and get off at Nagai Station (about 30 min). About 20 min on foot or 5 min by taxi from there.
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Fukushima-Iizaka IC and continue on Route 13 for about 60 min (50 km), then take Route 113 to 287 for another 30 min (20 km). Look for the Nagai City community center.
Sakurayu Sanshuyu
All guestrooms have en suite open-air baths with water drawn directly from the natural hot spring source. As the Cornelian cherries welcome spring by being the first flowers to blossom, so the staff of this hotel welcome its guests.
How to get there?
From Akayu Station (JR Yamagata Shinkansen): About 25 minutes on foot, or about 7 minutes by taxi.
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at the Fukushima-Iizaka IC and continue along Route 13 for 70 minutes (about 60 km), and then along Route 156 for 3 minutes (about 1 km).
Mori-no-yu
All guestrooms at this Japanese ryokan feel like free standing rooms and are built on the ground floor. Enjoy the Japanese homestyle cuisine which changes monthly. Free standing guestrooms with attached spring-fed open-air baths are also available.
How to get there?
From Akayu Station (JR Ou Main Line): About 20 minutes on foot or about 5 minutes by taxi.
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Fukushima Iizaka IC and continue along Route 13 for about 80 minutes (70 km).

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