Naruko, Japan Hotels & Ryokan

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Naruko Hotels & Ryokan

Hotel Kameya
First-time guests may be surprised, but regular guests have long enjoyed the "black water" hot springs. Guests will receive entry tickets to Takinoyu Bathhouse, a landmark of Naruko where various types of hot spring baths can be enjoyed.
How to get there?
From Naruko-Onsen Station (JR Rikuu East Line): About 15 minutes on foot or 3 minutes by taxi.
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Furukawa IC and continue along Route 47 for about 40 minutes (27 km).
Ooedo Onsen Monogatari Naruko Onsen Kounkaku
Naruko is famous for a legend about Minamoto no Yoshitsune, who was a warrior in the 12th century, and Oku no Hosomichi (The Narrow Road to the Deep North) written by famous poet Matsuo Basho. This ryokan was established 225 years ago and offers natural hot springs that have delighted innumerable guests for years.
How to get there?
From Furukawa Station (JR Tohoku Shinkansen): Take the JR Rikuu East Line bound for Naruko Onsen to Naruko-Onsen Station (45 min).
Resort Park Hotel Onikoube
This hotel has a relaxing, Swiss chalet-style atmosphere. Guests can look forward to Japanese-Western kaiseki cuisine and the large communal hot spring bath.
How to get there?
From Furukawa Station (JR Tohoku Shinkansen): Take the JR Rikuu East Line train bound for Naruko-Onsen / Shinjo and get off at Naruko-Onsen Station (about 35 minutes). Then take the bus bound for Osaki Shiei Resort Park and get off at Hotel Onikoube Bus Stop (about 30 minutes). Immediate access from there.
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Furukawa IC and continue along Routes 47 and 108 for about 60 minutes (40 km).
Genzo no Yu Naruko Kanko Hotel
This modern hotel has a large and small bath, both of which are made of granite and Japanese cypress, as well as an open-air bath. The spring is said to be especially good for the skin.
How to get there?
From JR Naruko Onsen Station: 3 min on foot.
To Naruko Onsen Station: 2 hr by train from JR Sendai Station.
Yumoto Kissho
Newly opened in October 2016, this hotel is located in one of the Tohoku region's most prominent hot springs, Naruko Onsen. Look forward to a sweeping view of the hot spring district. On site are large communal baths, open-air baths, and 4 private baths guests may use free of charge.
How to get there?
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Furukawa IC and continue along Route 47 for about 40 minutes.
From Naruko-Onsen Station (JR Rikuu East Line): About 7 minutes on foot.
Naruko Hotel
This hotel offers onsen baths with a unique hot spring source that changes colors. Guests can also look forward to relishing delicious Japanese cuisine that's a cut above the rest. Dishes are prepared using fresh local ingredients. Enjoy a relaxing stay at this long-standing inn loved by the locals.
How to get there?
From Naruko-Onsen Station (JR Rikuu East Line): About 5 minutes on foot.
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Furukawa IC and continue along Route 47 for about 35 km (about 45 minutes).
Oogiya
Centrally located in a hot spring resort area, this hilltop hotel boasts beautiful views. Naruko Onsen is one of Japan's premier hot springs, and the hotel's popular rooftop rotenburo (open-air baths) are available for private use upon request.
How to get there?
From Naruko-Onsen Station (JR Rikuu East Line): About 5 minutes on foot, or 1 minute by taxi.
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Furukawa IC and continue along Route 47 for about 40 minutes (30 km).
Meitou Hitou Unagiyunoyado Takuhide
The hotel's famous bath, Unagi Yu, offers a physically and mentally relaxing experience with its thick yet refreshing waters. The natural and rich onsen waters the ultimate in satisfaction.

[Baths]
Guests can enjoy hot spring hopping at the lodging with the open-air baths, large communal baths, and more.
The hot spring with waters flowing straight from the source has a viscosity similar to lotion, as well as an abundance of effects, including skin beautifying effects, for which it is quite popular.

[Amenities] (Provided in each guestroom)
Hand towels, bath towels, hairdryer, toothbrush set, soap, comb, yukata, shaver, shower cap, shampoo, conditioner, body soap, cotton swabs.

[Services]
- Guests can select their preferred yukata in the lobby.
- There are also free rental wheelchairs.
- Children’s slippers and yukata are available.
How to get there?
From Furukawa Station (JR Tohoku Shinkansen): Take a train bound for Naruko Onsen on the JR Rikuuto Line to Nakayamadaira Onsen Station. It is about 15 min on foot from there.
Ryokan Kanshichiyu
Established in 1784, this lodging is nestled in the Higashi-Naruko Onsen region, which has been proclaimed as a sodium bicarbonate hot spring village. From its early days, this lodging has been used by many guests as a hot spring health resort.
How to get there?
From Naruko-Goten-yu Station (JR Rikuu East Line): 3 min on foot.
Ryokan Sugawara
This long-standing ryokan is located in the well-known Naruko Onsen area. Sugawara holds onto traditions, aiming to provide guests with the best hospitality possible.
How to get there?
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Furukawa IC and continue along Route 47 for about 30 min (30 km).
From Naruko-Onsen Station (JR Rikuu East Line): About 10 min on foot or 2 min by taxi.
Naruko Fuga
This lodging invites guest to an extraordinary resort away from the busy everyday. Naruko Fuga is a hideaway for adults that prizes spaces where guests can stay in peace and comfort.
How to get there?
From Naruko-Onsen Station: 5 min on foot.
By car: Take Route 47 towards Furukawa to the Furukawa IC, and then take Route 47 towards Naruko Onsen (40 min from Furukawa IC).

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