Oga, Japan Hotels & Ryokan

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Oga Hotels & Ryokan

Seiko Grand Hotel
Seiko Grand Hotel
Located in the center of the onsen resort area, this hotel is convenient for taking walks. The hotel has large shared baths and open-air baths that produce great amounts of water, as well as saunas. The seafood banquet-style dinners mainly consist of salted fish stews and other seasonal seafood.
How to get there?
From Akita Airport: Take a limousine bus from the airport to Akita Station. From there, board the JR Oga Line bound for Oga and get off at Hadachi Station (about 50 min). Take a Oga-kita Line bus bound for Nyudozaki/Kamo and get off at the Seiko Grand Hotel-mae bus stop (about 40 min). It is less than 1 min on foot from there.
Oga Banseikaku
Oga Banseikaku
As an inn operated by a family of fishermen, Oga Banseikaku prides itself on seafood dishes using only the freshest ingredients. Guests are offered a chance to taste the seasonal delights harvested from the Sea of Japan.
How to get there?
From JR Akita Station: Take the JR Oga Line bound for Oga and get off at Hadachi Station (about 55 minutes). Then, take the Oga Kita route bus bound for Oga Suizokukan-mae (Oga Aquarium GAO) or Nyudozaki and get off at Onsen Chuo (about 40 minutes). The hotel is about 1 minute on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Akita Expressway at Showa-Ogahanto IC and continue along Prefectural Route 101 for about 45 minutes (36 km).
Oga Onsen Yui no Yado Bettei Tsubaki
Oga Onsen Yui no Yado Bettei Tsubaki
The ocean in the Oga region can be seen from all guestrooms and the lobby lounge, and on clear days, it is possible to see the mountain range of Shirakami-Sanchi on the opposite shore and the sunrise in the morning after accommodation. Guests can enjoy two free-flowing hot spring sources with indoor and open-air baths. For meals, guests can enjoy Oga regional cuisine prepared with fresh seafood and mountain bounties.
How to get there?
From Hadachi Station (JR Oga Line): Take a bus to the Oga Grand Hotel-mae bus stop (40 min).
By car: 40 km from Akita Expressway Showa-Ogahanto IC.
Oga Kanko Hotel
Oga Kanko Hotel
Guest rooms boast a full view of vast spanning forests and mountains, offering visitors with the chance to experience the power and beauty provided by a grand panorama of surrounding nature. The view of the sunrise in the morning is particularly an amazing sight.
How to get there?
From Akita Station (JR Akita Shinkansen): Take the JR Oga Line bound for Oga and get off at Hadachi Station (approx. 55 min). Then take the bus bound for Toga/Kamo/Nyudosaki and get off at Kanko Hotel-mae Bus Stop (approx. 45 min). About 1 min on foot from there.
Oga Hotel
Oga Hotel
This hotel's open-air baths boast the largest level of water flowing from the onsen source along with a cozy environment of seasonally changing mountains and the sound of the Japan Sea. This hotel was the first to serve rustic isoyaki-style dishes in a dining room atmosphere.
How to get there?
From Akita Station (JR Akita Shinkansen): Take the JR Oga Line bound for Oga and get off at Hadachi Station (approx. 55 min). Then take the bus (Oga-Kita Line) bound for Toga/Kamo/Nyudosaki and get off at Onsen-Chuo Bus Stop (approx. 45 min). About 1 min on foot from there.
Ryokan Hamasai
Ryokan Hamasai
Standing on the southern coast of the Oga Peninsula, this Japanese-style accommodation offers the bounty of the sea and superb views. Look forward to tasting freshly grilled eggplant, fish, and other seafood. The maifan stone bath is open for use 24 hours a day.
How to get there?
From Akita Airport: about 90 min by taxi.
From Oga Station (JR Oga Line): about 15 min by taxi at around JPY 3,000 (as of June 2010). Pick-up service available.
By car: Exit the Akita Expressway at Showa-Ogahanto IC and continue along Route 101. Landmark: southern coast of Oga Peninsula, Tateyamazaki.

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