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Takayama Hotels & Ryokan

Miyamaouan
Miyamaouan
Enjoy some milk after taking a bath, yukata rental (men and women), private reservable bath, and ramen -- all for free.
All baths in the large communal bathing areas are continually replenished with all-natural hot spring water drawn as is from the source. Private open-air baths and private indoor baths are free. *These baths are not reservable in advance, so please go to the front desk to get the key.
The foot bath just outside the hotel entrance is free to use 24-hours a day.

Complimentary Services
Guests at this hotel can look forward to the following complimentary services free of charge!
- Free serving of delicious milk after a relaxing bath.
- Free rental colored yukata (male and female).
- Free private reservable bath session
- Free yonaki ramen noodles (available from 22:00 until stocks last).

- This hotel is registered as an Official Hotel of Hida Beef Cuisine certified by the Hida Beef Brand Promotion Conference.

- For dinner, guests can look forward to cuisine freshly cooked over a traditional irori hearth.

-Free parking!

- 15:00 check-in (last admittance: 19:00) and 11:00 check-out.

-This hotel is located in the Chubu-Sangaku National Park, majority of which consists of the Northern Alps.
How to get there?
From Takayama Station (JR Takayama Main Line): Take a Hirayu or Shin-Hotaka Line bus from the Takayama Nohi Bus Center to the Hirayu Onsen bus stop (about 65 min). It is about 7 min on foot from there.
Magokuro
Magokuro
This hot spring lodging features a free-flowing, natural hot spring that boasts of one of the leading outputs in the Okuhida region at 600 liters per minute. This elegant ryokan utilizes a 140-year old silk worm farm as its entrance and lobby.
How to get there?
- From Takayama Station (JR Takayama Main Line): Take a bus bound for Shinhotaka Ropeway from the Takayama Bus Terminal to the Fukuji Yurumizaka bus stop (about 70 min), and it is about 1 min on foot from there.
- From Shinjuku: Take a Shinjuku-Takayama expressway bus to Hirayu Onsen, then take a Takayama-Shinhotaka bus bound for Shinhotaka Ropeway to the Fukuji Yurumizaka bus stop (about 10 min), and it is about 1 min on foot from there.
Tokyu Stay Hida-Takayama Musubi no Yu
Tokyu Stay Hida-Takayama Musubi no Yu
This lodging is in a great location just a 2-minute walk from Takayama Station. Guestrooms feature a washer and dryer, mini kitchen, and microwave, making them quite convenient for sightseeing and business.
How to get there?
From Nagoya Station (JR Lines, Meitetsu Lines): Take the JR Line bound for Takayama to Takayama Station (about 150 min). It is about 2 min on foot from the east exit.
Relax Hostel Takayama Station
Relax Hostel Takayama Station
This guesthouse was opened in October 2017, and is the closest accommodation to JR Takayama Station, the gateway to Hida-Takayama.
Just a 1-minute walk from JR Takayama Station. As the lodging is just 1 minute on foot from the Takayama Nohi Bus Center, it is also convenient as a base for sightseeing around Takayama City, as well as sightseeing at Hida Folk Village, World Heritage Site Shirakawago, and Hida City.

It is 7 minutes on foot to Takayama’s historic Old Town along Sanmachi-dori, Takayama Jinya, the Jinya Morning Market, and the Miyagawa Morning Market. It is 15 minutes on foot to the Higashiyama Walking Course where guests can tour around cultural properties of Takayama.

Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the lodging.
The lodging has a total of 80 beds, including single beds (wide and standard type), double beds, bunk beds, and more.
IC cards are used to enter rooms, so the lodging has very good security, making it a safe choice for women traveling on their own.
Use of security boxes and rental of bath towels is offered free of charge.
From 7:00 to 9:00 in the shared kitchen, there is a light, self-service breakfast of bread and soup provided free of charge.

The 2nd floor is equipped with a shared lounge and kitchen. The shared lounge has a 65-inch TV, a Japanese sake bar, and a computer corner. The kitchen is equipped with a microwave, toaster, refrigerator, electric kettle, and cooking utensils, so guests can cook freely.
There are shower rooms and toilets available (3rd floor for women, 4th floor for men). The shower rooms have body soap, shampoo, and conditioner.
Coin-operated washers and dryers are available in the 3rd and 4th floor laundry rooms.
Use of parking lots is free. There are 2 reservation lots nearby within a 10-minute walk, allowing for up to 20 vehicles total (first come, first served).
How to get there?
[From Tokyo]
From Tokyo Station (1): Take the JR Tokaido Shinkansen to Nagoya Station. From there take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Takayama and get off at Takayama Station. 1 min on foot from there.
Travel Time: About 4 hr 10 min.
From Tokyo Station (2): Take the Hokuriku Shinkansen to Toyama Station. From there take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Nagoya and get off at Takayama Station. It is 1 min on foot from there.
Travel Time: About 4 hr 45 min.
By bus: Take a Shinjuku - Takayama Line expressway bus from Shinjuku Expressway Bus Terminal to Takayama Nohi Bus Center, and it is 1 min on foot from there.
Travel Time: About 5 hr 30 min.

[From Nagoya]
From Nagoya Station: Take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Takayama and get off at Takayama Station. 1 min on foot from there.
Travel Time: About 2 hr 30 min.
By bus: Take a JR highway bus from the Nagoya Eki Taikodori-guchi bus stop or a Meitetsu bus from Meitetsu Bus Center to Takayama Nohi Bus Center and it is 1 min on foot from there.
Travel Time: About 2 hr 30 min.

[From Kyoto/Osaka]
From Kyoto/Osaka Station (1): Take the JR Tokaido Shinkansen to Nagoya Station. From there take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Takayama and get off at Takayama Station. 1 min on foot from there.
Travel Time: About 3 hr 10 min.
From Kyoto/Osaka Station (2): Take the JR Tokaido Main Line/Takayama Main Line to Takayama Station. It is 1 min on foot from there.
Travel Time: About 4 hr 30 min.
By bus: Take a Osaka/Kyoto - Gujo Hachiman/Hida Takaya line expressway bus from the Osaka Ekimae bus stop or Kyoto Station bus stop to Takayama Nohi Bus Center and it is 1 min on foot from there.
Travel Time: About 5 hr 20 min.

[From Kanazawa]
From Kanazawa Station: Take the Hokuriku Shinkansen or Ainokaze Toyama Railway to Toyama Station. From there take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Takayama and get off at Takayama Station. 1 min on foot from there.
Travel Time: About 3 hr.
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Takayamaouan
Takayamaouan
This lodging won a Trip Advisor award in 2014.
It is just a 5-minute walk from JR Takayama Station, and just a 7-minute walk away from the popular sightseeing attactions of Takayama, including the old town district, Takayama Jinya (former government outpost), and the Miyagawa Morning Market.

There is a traditional Japanese interior design with tatami flooring throughout the building.
Ramen is served free of charge from 22:30 to 23:30.
A massage service is available at the beauty salon for a charge (reservation required in advance).

The lodging comes complete with a roof-top open-air natural hot spring, private family bath, and a sauna at the large communal bath area.
Free Internet (LAN cable) is available in guestrooms and there is free Wi-Fi in the lobby. Guestrooms with tatami-flooring feature a Western-style bed, cable TV, refrigerator, tea pot, and a private bath (with shower and bath amenities).

Breakfast is usually offered as a buffet style.
How to get there?
From Tokyo Station & Shin-Osaka Station: Take the JR Tokaido Shinkansen to Nagoya Station. From there take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Takayama and get off at Takayama Station. It is 5 min on foot from there.
Hotakaso Sanganoyu
Hotakaso Sanganoyu
Standing quietly in the center of an out-of-the-way hot spring resort, this inn offers a rustic rock bath and open-air bath in addition to the large bath. The view of the North Alps from the inn is truly spectacular.

Baths:
Men's and women's spacious large communal baths and open-air baths are available for guests' enjoyment! Saunas are equipped as well.
This location also features a female-only stone spa, 8 private reservable open-air baths, and 2 private reservable open-air baths with attached stone spa.
Enjoy the hot spring water drawn straight from the source in the large communal baths. Why not relax body and mind in the plentiful waters and calming atmosphere found here.
Kick back in Oku-Hida and enjoy the natural hot springs, continuously replenished from the source.

Other:
-Private reservable baths (additional charges apply) *Please apply at check in.
-Private reservable baths (8 available) (JPY 2,000+tax/60 min)
-Private reservable baths with attached stone spas (2 available) (JPY 3,000+tax/120 min)
-Female-only stone spa: JPY 1,000+tax/60 min
How to get there?
From JR Takayama Station: 60 min by bus.
From Shinhotaka Ropeway: About 20 min by car.

Just 3 min on foot to Hirayu Onsen Bus Terminal!
Many of Japan's famous sightseeing spots can be accessed by route bus from here, including Kamikochi, Mt. Norikura, Shinhotaka Ropeway, Hida-Takayama, and more.
Hotel Hirayunomori
Hotel Hirayunomori
This is the sister site to popular hot spring facility Hirayunomori and Okuhida Onsengo's first business-type hotel.
How to get there?
From Takayama Station (JR Takayama Main Line): Take a Nohi Bus bound for Hirayu Onsen/Shinhotaka Ropeway to Hirayu Bus Terminal (about 50 min). It is about 3 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Tokai-Hokuriku Expressway from Takayama IC and take Route 158 for about 40 km (about 60 min). Landmark: Hirayu Bus Terminal.
Okuhida Yakushi-no-Yu Honjin
Okuhida Yakushi-no-Yu Honjin
Located in the center of Okuhida Hot Spring Village, this Japanese-style inn offers great access to the Northern Alps, and features three hot spring sources and two kinds of hot springs. Guests can also enjoy a selection of hearth-cooked authentic Japanese kaiseki cuisine at this wonderful mountain retreat.

[Yakushi Hot Springs (Open-air Rock Bath)]
Hot springs are said to be good for drinking to treat digestive disorders. This is the only hot spring in Oku-hida that can be drunk by guests. Also being one of the three hot springs with the most skin beatifying effects in Japan, this open-air rock bath, along with the in-room bath and reservable private baths are extremely popular with guests from all countries.
How to get there?
[Public Transportation]
- From JR Nagoya Station: Take a limited express train to JR Takayama Station (140 min). From there take a Nohi Bus and get off at the Shinhirayu Onsenguchi bus stop (70 min).
- From Shinjuku Station, West Exit: Take an expressway bus to the Hirayu Onsen bus stop (about 270 min). From there take a Nohi Bus and get off at the Shinhirayu Onsenguchi bus stop (15 min).
- From Tokyo Station: Take a train or Shinkansen to Toyama Station (about 150 min). From there take a Nohi Bus and get off at the Shinhirayu Onsenguchi bus stop (120 min).

[By Car] *Free parking lot available
- From Toyama: 90 min.
- From Takayama: 60 min.

[To Nearby Sightseeing Locations]
- To Shirakawago: 110 min by bus.
- To Hida Takayama: 60 min by bus.
Hotakaso Yama no Hotel
Hotakaso Yama no Hotel
Hot Springs:
Hop in the slope car and head to the open air bath which features a great view!
This hotel is particularly proud of its mixed-gender bath known as "Sankyo yari no yu" which is one of the largest baths in the area.
Take in the views of the Northern Alps and Yarigatake while listening to the sound of the river, enjoying bathing both in nature and the hot spring at once.
The liberating feeling of bathing here is sure to leave you feeling relaxed.
[Open Hours]
15:00 (Check-in time) to 9:30 the next day
*Cleaning will be conducted in the morning until 7:00.

*Bath towels for female bathers to wear into the hot springs are available for rental (JPY 300).
(Please inquire at the front desk)

*Female guests who feel uncomfortable bathing in a mixed-gender area have nothing to worry about - feel free to use the female-only open-air bath.
Also, private open-air baths, foot baths, and more can be enjoyed with family, friends, and by couples.

**The natural hot spring baths here are continuously filled with water untouched from the source (large open-air baths, indoor baths). Enjoy the baths 24 hours a day.

Common Points for Hotakaso Yama no Hotel and Hotakaso Sangetsu:
Free bathing at Sangetsu's open-air baths!
Ride in the cute retro red-bonnet bus to try all the baths in the area.
*Use the shuttle bus which departs from the hotel every 30 minutes.
How to get there?
From Takayama Station (JR Takayama Line): Take a bus bound for Shinhodaka Onsen to the Yamano Hotel-mae bus stop (about 85 min), and it is less than 1 min on foot from there.

Access to Local Sightseeing from the hotel:
Shinhotaka Ropeway: 5 min by car.
Kamikochi: 50 min by car or bus.
Hida-Takayama Old Town: 1 hr by car.
Norikura Skyline Road: 1.5 hr by car or bus.
Shirakawago: 1 hr 40 min by car.
Hidatakayama Futari-Shizuka Hakuun
Hidatakayama Futari-Shizuka Hakuun
Located on high ground at the gateway to Shiroyama Park, to the east of Takayama. This cozy inn stands on a hilltop, offering sweeping views of the Japan Alps. Look forward to a breathtaking scenery of Takayama. On clear days, you can see as far as Kaga Hakusan.

Free Wi-Fi connection is available in the entire hotel. JR Takayama Station is a 5-minute drive from the hotel. A free shuttle runs between the hotel and the station between 15:00 and 18:00. Female guests can look forward to wearing colorful yukata (rental fee required).

On site is an indoor bath with a wooden tub where the delicate scent of cypress drifts in the air, and a large open-air bath with a cypress tub from where a panoramic view of Takayama can be admired. There is also a reservable open-air bath which may be used in a private session (additional fee required).

Tatami-floored rooms are equipped with an air conditioning unit, flat-screen TV, fridge, green tea maker, and hair dryer, and has a private bathroom. Futon bedding is provided. A reservable private open-air bath (additional fee required), shop, and drink vending machine can be found in the hotel.

Look forward to having Takayama's traditional kaiseki course meal for dinner featuring Hida beef, and a Japanese set meal for breakfast.
A hotel staff will serve the dishes at dinner in the guest room. Breakfast is served at the dining room.

From the hotel, the historic streets of Takayama and morning market are 5 minutes on foot, the Hida Takayama Museum of Art is 10 minutes by car, and Shirakawago is about 50 minutes by bus.
How to get there?
[From Tokyo]
From Tokyo Station (1): Take the JR Tokaido Shinkansen to Nagoya Station. From there take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Takayama and get off at Takayama Station. It is 5 min via pick-up service from there.
From Tokyo Station (2): Take the Hokuriku Shinkansen to Toyama Station. From there take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Takayama and get off at Takayama Station. It is 5 min via pick-up service from there.

[From Nagoya]
From Nagoya Station: Take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Takayama and get off at Takayama Station. It is 5 min via pick-up service from there.

[From Osaka]
From Osaka Station (1): Take the JR Tokaido Shinkansen to Nagoya Station. From there take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Takayama and get off at Takayama Station. It is 5 min via pick-up service from there.
From Osaka Station (2): Take the JR Tokaido Main Line/Takayama Main Line to Takayama Station. It is 5 min via pick-up service from there.

[From Kanazawa]
From Kanazawa Station: Take the Ainokaze Toyama Railway to Toyama Station. From there take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Takayama and get off at Takayama Station. It is 5 min via pick-up service from there.
Hida Hotel Plaza
Hida Hotel Plaza
Conveniently located 5 minutes on foot from Takayama Station. On site is a rooftop spa from where a beautiful view of the scenic mountains can be seen, a heated pool and restaurants. Free Wi-Fi is available in the entire hotel.

It takes 13 minutes on foot to the Historic District, 20 minutes on foot to the Higashiyama Temple District, 10 minutes by car to Hida Minzoku Mura Folk Village and Hikaru Museum, and 5 minutes on foot to the Miyagawa morning market.

Look forward to enjoying a wide range of dishes. On site are a variety of restaurants offering Japanese, French and Chinese cuisine.

There is a spacious indoor bath and open-air hot spring bath, a hot tub and mist sauna where guests can spend a relaxing, rejuvenating time.

There is a night lounge on site. Bicycles are available for rent.
How to get there?
[From Tokyo]
From Tokyo Station (1): Take the JR Tokaido Shinkansen to Nagoya Station. From there take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Takayama and get off at Takayama Station. It is 5 min on foot from there.
From Tokyo Station (2): Take the Hokuriku Shinkansen to Toyama Station. From there take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Takayama and get off at Takayama Station. It is 5 min on foot from there.

[From Nagoya]
From Nagoya Station: Take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Takayama and get off at Takayama Station. It is 5 min on foot from there.

[From Osaka]
From Osaka Station (1): Take the JR Tokaido Shinkansen to Nagoya Station. From there take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Takayama and get off at Takayama Station. It is 5 min on foot from there.
From Osaka Station (2): Take the JR Tokaido Main Line/Takayama Main Line to Takayama Station. It is 5 min on foot from there.

[From Kanazawa]
From Kanazawa Station: Take the Ainokaze Toyama Railway to Toyama Station. From there take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Takayama and get off at Takayama Station. It is 5 min on foot from there.
Takayama Kankou Hotel
Takayama Kankou Hotel
This hotel is situated about 7 minutes via free shuttle bus from JR Takayama Station.

It boasts a spacious hot spring bath and 5 comfortable family baths (reservable). It stands on a hilltop, offering a panoramic view of Mt. Norikura.
This hotel was recognized as one of the best romantic hotels in Japan in the TripAdvisor Travelers' Choice Awards 2014!

Japanese-style guest rooms have an air-conditioning unit, flat-screen TV, private bathroom (with bath tub and bath products), chairs, low table and cushions.

It takes about 10 minutes on foot or 5 minutes by free shuttle to the Takayama historic district, and 10 minutes by car to the Hida Minzoku Mura Folk Village, Hida no Sato. A free shuttle service runs from the hotel to Takayama Nohi Bus Center. From there, buses that run to and from Shirakawago are available.

Enjoy a relaxing soak in a hot spring bath (open-air bath available) or a massage. A gift shop is located on site. Free Wi-Fi connection is available at the lobby.
How to get there?
From JR Nagoya Station: Take the JR Takayama Line bound for Takayama/Toyama and get off at Takayama Station (120 min). It is about 8 min by taxi from there.
Route-Inn Grantia Hidatakayama
Route-Inn Grantia Hidatakayama
Various rooms available from singles to Japanese-style rooms, for individuals or groups. Enjoy a panoramic view of the city from the restaurant and the panoramic hot spring bath.
How to get there?
From Takayama Station (JR Takayama Line): Take the Sarubobo Bus (Shiki-no-Oka Route) and get off at Takayama Matsuri-no-Mori Bus Stop (about 20 minutes). About 5 minutes on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Chubu Jukan Expressway at Takayama IC and continue along Route 41 for about 10 minutes. Exit at Matsumoto IC and continue along Route 158 for about 120 minutes (90 km).
By car from Toyama: Take Route 41 for about 120 minutes (86 km).
By car from Gero: Take Route 41 for about 60 minutes (50 km).
Hida Takayama Washington Hotel Plaza
Hida Takayama Washington Hotel Plaza
Conveniently located in front of JR Takayama Station, this hotel offers a baggage storage service for guests planning on going sightseeing before check-in or after check-out.
How to get there?
From Takayama Station (JR Takayama Line): About 1 min on foot.
By car: Exit the Chubu Jukan Expressway at Takayama-nishi IC and continue along Route 158 for about 20 km (about 30 min). Head towards Takayama Station.
Nakamurakan
Nakamurakan
Situated in the center of Hirayu Onsen, this is a great base for visiting Kamikochi and Norikuradake. The facilities boast a steam bath, waterfall shower, reservable outdoor hot spring and more, all featuring waters mixed in that help relax and rejuvenate.

[Reservable Private Open-air Bath]
Sourced from the Hirayu hot spring.
The 3 open-air baths have free and charged time slots. None have roofs or washing areas.
*Free time slot: 15:30 - 21:20 (please make reservations at the front desk after arrival)
*Charge time slot: 21:00 - 8:00 next morning (JPY 3,000, private use by 1 group during the entire time slot, 3 groups / 3 baths, reservation available in advance)
How to get there?
From Takayama Station (JR Takayama Main Line): Take the Shinhodaka-bound bus for about 60 minutes, and then get off at Hirayu Onsen. The hotel is about a three-minute walk from there.
Minshuku Kuwataniya
Minshuku Kuwataniya
This long-standing minshuku (bed and breakfast) attracts many repeat customers due to its convenient location near Takayama Station, as well as its reasonable prices and cozy atmosphere. Guests can enjoy strolls through the town or other sightseeing destinations, while hopping between the local eateries.
How to get there?
From Takayama Station (JR Takayama Line): About 5 minutes on foot. Located on the east side of Hida Kokubun-ji Temple.
By car: Exit the Tokai-Hokuriku Expressway at Hida-Kiyomi IC and continue along National Route 41 and Prefectural Route 460 towards Hida Kokubun-ji Temple.
For guests traveling via the Tokai-Hokuriku Expressway: If entering Takayama city, exit at Hida-Kiyomi IC and continue along the Chubu Jukan Expressway (free) towards Takayama-nishi (Kiyomi), or else exit at Takayama.
By car from Nagoya: About 200 minutes (160 km) via Route 41.
By car: 20 minutes along Route 158 from the Tokai-Hokuriku Expressway Kiyomi IC.
By car: About 100 minutes via Route 158 from the Nagano Expressway Matsumoto IC.
By car: About 90 minutes (89 km) via Route 41 from the Hokuriku Expressway Toyama IC.
Wat Hotel & Spa Hida Takayama
Wat Hotel & Spa Hida Takayama
Whether staying for business or leisure, guests can enjoy a relaxing time in Hida Takayama. There is a private family bath on the top floor, as well as communal baths separate for men and women.
How to get there?
By plane: Use Chubu Centrair International Airport.
From Takayama Station (JR Takayama Main Line): about 7 min on foot.
From Takayama Bus Center: about 8 min on foot.
By car: Exit the Tokai-Hokuriku Expressway at Kiyomi IC. Then take the Chubu Jukan Road, exit at Takayama IC and take Route 158. Landmark: Takayama Red Cross Hospital.
Okada Ryokan
Okada Ryokan
Enjoy beautiful natural scenery and a variety of natural hot springs at this mountain retreat located in the Chubu-Sangaku National Park. Guests at this hotel can look forward to relaxing natural hot spring open-air baths and large shared baths.
How to get there?
From Takayama Station (JR Takayama Line): Take a Nohi Bus bound for Shinhotaka Ropeway and get off at the Hirayu Bus Terminal (about 50 min). It is about 5 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Chubu Jukan Expressway at Takayama IC and continue along Route 158 for about 36 km (about 40 min).
Honjin Hiranoya Kachoan
Honjin Hiranoya Kachoan
This traditional Japanese-style hotel located in historic Takayama was recognized as one of Japan's top 25 hotels in the TripAdvisor Travelers' Choice Awards 2015!

It is situated near the Takayama Jinya morning market area. Guests can look forward to being treated with warm hospitality, relaxing in hot springs, and enjoying carefully prepared Japanese-style meals featuring Hida beef. Authentic Japanese cuisine meals are served for breakfast and dinner at the restaurant or in the comfort of the guest room.

A free shuttle bus service runs between the hotel and JR Takayama Station, which is a 3-minute drive away.
Free Wi-Fi connection is available in the entire hotel.

Traditional guest rooms have a relaxing Japanese-style ambience, and are equipped with a flat-screen TV, electric kettle, safety deposit box, and private bathroom (with bath tub and free bath products). For an additional charge, guests may choose their preferred yukata to wear from 800 kinds.

Bath products and cold drinking water will be served in the gender-segregated hot spring baths.
There is a souvenir shop and free parking lot on site. Bicycles are available for rent.
How to get there?
From JR Takayama Station: 7 min on foot.
By car: 2.5 km from Takayama IC.

Shuttle Service
Takayama Nohi Bus Center == Hotel
** Prior shuttle reservation required.
Mozumo
Mozumo
This quiet hotel is located in Hirayu Onsen, with a total of 10 rooms all with open-air baths that flow from the hotel's own source. Guests at the tranquil Mozumo can look forward to rejuvenating both body and mind amidst nature and have a relaxing time. All rooms come complete with a open-air natural hot spring bath.
How to get there?
From Takayama Station (JR Takayama Line): About 60 minutes by taxi. Alternatively, take a Nouhi Bus to Hirayu Onsen. The inn is about 7 minutes on foot from Hirayu Bus Terminal.
[By car]
- Exit the Nagano Expressway at Matsumoto IC and continue along Route 158.
- About 50 minutes from the Tokai-Hokuriku Expressway Hida-Takayama IC.
- About 60 minutes from the Nagano Expressway Matsumoto IC.
- About 90 minutes from Toyama IC.
Kakurean Hidaji
Kakurean Hidaji
This is a quiet lodging that emphasizes privacy with a total of only 12 guestrooms, all of which include an authentic open-air rock bath and an indoor cypress bath. The ryokan features nostalgic architecture and an interior unique to the Hida region, while incorporating the natural beauty of the Okuhida region through the seasons. Relax in the open-air bath in the evening, and gaze upon a star-filled sky.

- Guestrooms
The privacy-focused guestrooms feature an approximately 7.4 square meter hori-gotatsu (sunken kotatsu table) area and approximately 16.5 square meter Japanese-style room, as well as an open-air bath and an indoor bath made of cypress. All rooms share the same floor plan. All guestrooms include a refreshing open-air rock bath and an indoor bath made of cypress. The outdoor baths for all guestrooms guarantee complete privacy, so guests can bathe whenever they like, day or night.

- Meals
For dinner, guests are served an abundance of seasonally changing mountain delights next to an irori hearth. Guests will be served a kaiseki course meal featuring a wealth of local ingredients.
Hidaji provides simple, traditional cuisine with warm service, so though the meal may not appear especially extravagant, guests are served regional Hida cuisine that has been handed down through the generations.

- Baths
Hidaji has 2 open-air baths located by the riverside.
1. Open-air bath (usage alternated by gender): Bathing hours from 14:00 to 21:30
2. Private Open-air Bath: Bathing hours are from 21:30 to 10:00 the following day
*The private bath can be used at any time as long it is available.
Let the murmuring of the river calm your mind as you soak into blissful relaxation.
How to get there?
From Takayama Station (JR Takayama Main Line): Take a bus bound for Shinhotaka to the Fukuchi Onsen bus stop (about 70 min). It is about 1 min on foot from there.
Ryokan Tanabe
Ryokan Tanabe
Often referred to as "Hida's Little Kyoto," the mountain town of Takayama has preserved the ancient atmosphere of the Edo era. Considered one of Japan's three most beautiful festivals, the Takayama Festival is an opportunity to witness the traditional arts and crafts of the area. Local dishes including Hida beef and Hoba miso are heavily recommended. Being just a short walk from JR Takayama Station and within easy walking distance of all the local tourist attractions and historical sites, the Ryokan Tanabe is the perfect place in which to relax and feel at home.
How to get there?
From Takayama Station (JR Takayama Line): About 7 minutes on foot.
By car: Exit the Tokai-Hokuriku Expressway at Takayama IC and continue along Route 158 for about 5 km toward Kokubunji-dori.
Hotakaso Sangetsu
Hotakaso Sangetsu
This modern ryokan in Oku-Hida combines the hospitality of an old Hida residence and Japanese aesthetics.
Plenty of space to relax inside!
Forget about your everyday troubles and take a soak in a hot spring bath or kick back in other areas.

Baths:
Cypress-constructed large communal baths, open-air baths looking out onto the forest, and mixed-gender bathing areas looking out onto Nishihotakadake and the Gamata River are here for guests to look forward to.

Common Points for Hotakaso facilities:
Free bathing at Yama no Hotel's open-air baths!
Ride in the cute retro red-bonnet bus to try all the baths in the area.
*Use the shuttle bus which departs from the hotel every 30 minutes.

Other:
-Private open-air bath (JPY 1,000/30-min use) *Apply at check in.
-Colored yukata rental (Females only/JPY 500)
-Koito pottery decoration experience. (JPY 1,500/postage separate)
How to get there?
From Takayama Station (JR Takayama Line ): Take bus bound for Shin-Hodaka Onsen to Shin-Hodaka Onsen-guchi bus stop (about 80 min), and it is about 2 min on foot from there

Access to Local Sightseeing from the hotel:
Shinhotaka Ropeway: 10 min by car
Hida-Takayama: 1 hour by car
Kamikochi: 1 hour 40 min by car
Shirakawago: 2 hours by car
Takayama Green Hotel
Takayama Green Hotel
This large scale hotel is located in the city center of Hida Takayama and features 7 restaurants.
The hotel is equipped with a spacious large communal hot spring bath, 2 open-air baths, and the Hida Bussankan, a souvenir shop modeled after the Takayama Festival.

It is just 8 minutes on foot from JR Takayama Station and the Nohi Bus Center, and as there is a free shuttle bus running, it is also convenient as a base for sightseeing at Shirakawago.

Guests can use the free shuttle bus, free parking lot, free Wi-Fi equipped in all guestrooms, and rental bicycles (charges apply).

The hotel is equipped Western-style rooms, Japanese-style rooms, Japanese/Western-style rooms, and guestrooms that feature open-air baths.
All guestrooms are equipped with a bathtub, shower, washlet toilet, and air-conditioning.
Guests are free to use the guestroom towels and yukata.
There is also a great line-up of amenities including soap, shampoo, toothbrushes, and more.
There are also non-smoking rooms.

For dinner, guests can select from 5 kinds of meals: Japanese cuisine, Western cuisine, Chinese cuisine, a buffet, and regional cuisine.

The large communal baths feature spacious, glass-sided bathrooms as well as open-air garden baths that come in the 2 varieties of cypress and stone.
In the rest space for the large communal baths, there is a massage corner (charges apply) where guests can relax.

Hida Bussankan - Takayama’s greatest souvenir shop - not only sells souvenirs, but also features experiences for making your own sarubobo (a faceless, human-shaped doll) or frying up some senbei crackers.
The hotel features Lounge Kinoka, which looks out on a circuit style Japanese garden that harmonizes a world of elegance with the nature of Hida, as well as the Sky Bar which features a view of Takayama.

It is just 50 minutes by bus to World Heritage Site Shirakawago; just a 15-minute walk to Takayama’s historic Sanmachi-dori and Takayama Jinya; just a 25-minute walk to the Higashiyama Walking Course that goes around the cultural properties of Takayama; and just a 25-minute walk to Hida no Sato, an outdoor museum that has reconstructed the thatched-roof housing of Shirakawago.
How to get there?
[From Tokyo]
From Tokyo Station (1): Take the JR Tokaido Shinkansen to Nagoya Station. From there take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Takayama and get off at Takayama Station. It is 5 min via hotel shuttle bus from there.
From Tokyo Station (2): Take the Hokuriku Shinkansen to Toyama Station. From there take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Nagoya and get off at Takayama Station. It is 5 min via hotel shuttle bus from there.

[From Nagoya]
From Nagoya Station: Take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Takayama and get off at Takayama Station. It is 5 min via hotel shuttle bus from there.

[From Osaka]
From Osaka Station (1): Go to Nagoya Station. From there take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Takayama and get off at Takayama Station. It is 5 min via hotel shuttle bus from there.
From Osaka Station (2): Take the JR Tokaido Main Line/Takayama Main Line to Takayama Station. It is 5 min via hotel shuttle bus from there.

[From Kanazawa]
From Kanazawa Station: Take the Ainokaze Toyama Railway to Toyama Station. From there take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Takayama and get off at Takayama Station. It is 5 min via hotel shuttle bus from there.
Honjinhiranoya Bekkan
Honjinhiranoya Bekkan
Expect heartfelt hospitality and rejuvenating sessions at the open-air hot spring bath with scenic views of the city at this hotel in Hida Takayama.

The hotel is in an ideal location right next to the popular Takayama Jinya morning market.
It takes about 7 minutes on foot or 3 minutes by free shuttle to JR Takayama Station, and 10 minutes by bus to the Hida Minzoku Mura Folk Village, Hida no Sato.
The Sanmachi-dori historic district is easily accessible.

Japanese-style or Western-style meals are served at the dining area.
Savor a kaiseki course meal for dinner featuring Hida beef served in a traditional Japanese-style guest room during your stay.

Tatami-floored guest rooms are decorated simply, furnished with LCD satellite TV, futon bedding, mini bar, and a private bathroom (with bath products).
For an additional charge, guests may choose their preferred yukata to wear from 800 kinds.

Guests may have a massage, relax in the terrace, or buy some items at the gift shop during their stay. Feel free to use the PC with free wired Internet connection at the lobby. Free Wi-Fi connection is available in the entire hotel. There is a free parking lot on site. Bicycles are available for rent.
How to get there?
From Takayama Station: 7 min on foot; pick-up service is available.
By car: 2.5 km from Takayama IC.
Best Western Hotel Takayama
Best Western Hotel Takayama
This American-style hotel is in a great location 1 minute on foot from JR Takayama Station and Takayama Nohi Bus Center.
The Takayama Jinya (a former government outpost), morning market, and the old streets of Takayama are about 10 minutes away on foot, so the hotel is also convenient for sightseeing.

There is free Wi-Fi equipped throughout the entire hotel. The hotel has 2 restaurants that feature Japanese and Western-style cuisine, and a massage salon, as well as a laundry service and a luggage storage service convenient for consecutive night stays.

For meals, guests can enjoy regional cuisine at Hidaya Sho - a restaurant that serves new creative Japanese cuisine prepared with seasonal ingredients from the Hida/Takayama area - or casual French/Western-style cuisine prepared with local Takayama ingredients at the Bijoux cafe and bar.
For breakfast every morning, guests can select from a Japanese-style set meal (limited to 15 meals) or a buffet-style meal.

Guestrooms, which feature an interior design with a fusion of traditional Japanese elements from Takayama, are available in 5 types: Junior Suite room, Deluxe Twin room, Hollywood Twin room, Double room, and Single room. Guestrooms are equipped with a card key system, air-conditioning, refrigerator, and flat-screen TV. Free baby bed rentals are also available (reservation required).
How to get there?
[From Tokyo Area]
- From Tokyo Station: Take the JR Tokaido Shinkansen to Nagoya Station. From there take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Takayama and get off at Takayama Station. It is 1 minute on foot from there.
- From Tokyo Station (2): Take the Hokuriku Shinkansen to Toyama Station. From there take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Nagoya and get off at Takayama Station. It is 1 minute on foot from there.

[From Nagoya Area]
- From Nagoya Station: Take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Takayama and get off at Takayama Station. It is 1 minute on foot from there.

[From Osaka Area]
- From Osaka Station: Take the JR Tokaido Shinkansen to Nagoya Station. From there take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Takayama and get off at Takayama Station. It is 1 minute on foot from there.
- From Osaka Station (2): Take the JR Tokaido Main Line/Takayama Main Line to Takayama Station. It is 1 minute on foot from there.

[From Kanazawa Area]
- From Kanazawa Station: Take the Ainokaze Toyama Railway to Toyama Station. From there take the JR Takayama Main Line bound for Takayama and get off at Takayama Station. It is 1 minute on foot from there.
Ryokan Seiryu
Ryokan Seiryu
As this Japanese-style ryokan is located in the center of Takayama's old town, it is convenient for heading to the sightseeing spots of the old townscape and the Miyagawa Morning Market.
How to get there?
From Takayama Station (JR Takayama Line): About 7 min on foot or about 2 min by taxi at around JPY 680 (as of May 2006).
By car: Exit the Chubu Jukan Expressway at Takayama IC and take Route 41 for about 5 km (about 10 min). Landmark: JR Takayama Station.
Hotel Associa Takayama Resort
Hotel Associa Takayama Resort
This elegant European-inspired hotel features amazing views of the Northern Alps (Hida Mountains) and the city of Takayama, also known as Little Kyoto. The hotel features a spacious communal bathing area with lightly alkaline natural hot spring water and views of the Alps. All rooms are spacious 35 square-meter twin rooms with panoramic views of the mountains (no opposite-facing rooms).
A free minibus shuttle service from Takayama Station is available (28 person capacity). Departs Takayama Station at 6:30, 7:30, 8:30, 9:30, 10:30, 11:30, 12:30, 13:30, 14:30, 15:30, 16:30, 17:30, 18:30, 19:15, 20:30, and 21:15.
How to get there?
From Takayama Station (JR Takayama Line): About 10 min by taxi.
By car: Exit the Chubu Jukan Expressway at Takayama IC and continue along Route 41 for about 5 km (about 15 min).
Tabino Hotel Hida Takayama
Tabino Hotel Hida Takayama
Located just a 10-minute shuttle bus ride from Takayama Station, along a river where you can feel the natural environment of Hida Takayama. This lodging, which differs from high class hotels and ryokan, is perfect for people enjoying active travels.
How to get there?
From Takayama Station (JR Takayama Line), East Exit: About 12 min by taxi.
By car: Exit the Chubu-Jukan Expressway/Takayama-Kiyomi Road at Takayama IC and take National Route 41 and Prefectural Route 458 for about 6 km (about 15 min). Landmark: Matsunokimachi E. intersection.
Gasshozukuri-fu Hanare Hida Tsuzuri Oboro
Gasshozukuri-fu Hanare Hida Tsuzuri Oboro
All rooms are separated and house a natural spring water bath. Please relax and enjoy a private time surrounded by nature.

Meals:
Both breakfast and dinner are served in a private dining room.
Dinner is served from 18:00 or 18:30, while breakfast is served from 8:00 or 8:30.

Guest Rooms:
Rooms are maisonette-type 2-story separate accommodations. All rooms have open-air hot spring baths with water that flows from the source.
The rooms are especially recommended for couples, groups and large families.
Free rental DVDs are available at the front desk, so feel free to watch during your stay.

Baths:
Within the premises is an annex with a large open-air bath (mixed bathing) with water that flows from the source and large communal baths (separate baths for men and women) may be used for free.
How to get there?
From Takayama Station (JR Takayama Line): Take bus bound for Shinhodaka to Okuhida Garden Hotel bus stop (about 80 min), and it is less than 1 min on foot from there
Sora-Ama Hostel
Sora-Ama Hostel
This is a new guest house that just opened in August 2016, with dormitory rooms and Japanese-style rooms for families. It is in a convenient location just a 3 minute walk away from the station and 5 minutes away from the old townscape.
How to get there?
From Takayama Station (JR Takayama Main Line): Approx. 3 minutes on foot
RYU Resort & Spa
RYU Resort & Spa
Surrounded by wilderness, these facilities provide a perfect base for sightseeing with both the old town of Takayama and the historic village of Shirakawago just 50 minutes' drive away. Guests can also enjoy sports such as golf and skiing in the surrounding area.
How to get there?
From Takayama Station (JR Takayama Line): Take the Nohi Bus bound for Shirakawago to Sakura no Sato Shokawa Station (about 90 min), and it is about 10 min by taxi from there
Heyashoku no Ryokan Hina no Yakata Matsunoi
Heyashoku no Ryokan Hina no Yakata Matsunoi
Enjoy the changes of the seasons and the tranquility of this 'detached' resort. Stay with someone special.

[Standard Hospitality]
-Check-in: 14:00
-Check-out: 11:00
-Meals: Breakfast and dinner both served at the comfort of your own guest room. *Groups of 5 or more guests will be served meals at a private dining room.
-Hot Spring
Available all night long until 10:00 AM. A gender segregated, non-circulating natural hot spring 'Hina-no-Yu' (indoor and outdoor bath). A clear spring with skin beautifying effects.
How to get there?
From Takayama Station (JR Takayama Line): Take a bus bound for Shinhodaka to the Uejigane-Kogen bus stop (about 60 min), and it is less than 1 min on foot from there.
By car: 55 km from Chubu Jukan Expressway Takayama-Nishi IC.
Yumoto Choza
Yumoto Choza
A traditional ryokan located in Fukuchi Onsen, one of the hot spring areas of Okuhida Onsenkyo, Hida/Takayama’s secluded hot spring.
The lodging features an old folk house-style interior that has carried on the traditions of Japanese culture, spacious hot springs bestowed by nature, and irori hearth cuisine prepared by a chef that knows all there is to know of mountain delights.

There are 5 types of Japanese-style rooms with varying aspects: ‘Keyaki no Ie,’ a Japanese-style room with an irori hearth and indoor cypress bath; ‘Kiri no Ie,’ a Japanese-style room with an irori hearth; ‘Matsu no Ie,’ a Japanese/Western-style room with an irori hearth and twin beds; ‘Kuri no Ie,’ a Japanese-style room with a brazier; and the standard Japanese-style room.

All guestrooms are equipped with free Wi-Fi.
In addition to the irori hearth lobby, the lodging is equipped with furnishings that let guests feel the traditional culture of Japan.
For the hot springs, in addition to the shared open-air bath and indoor baths, there are 3 private baths available, all of which guests can use free of charge.

For dinner, guests will be served a kaiseki course meal prepared with Hida beef in the irori hearth dining room.
With an additional order, guests can also savor Japanese sake from Hida and Takayama.

It is about 10 minutes by car to the Hirayu Onsen Bus Terminal, which serves as the entrance to Kamikochi in Chubu-Sangaku National Park as well as the Norikura Skyline, a mountain sightseeing road connected to Mt. Norikura Tatamidaira.
How to get there?
- From Takayama Station (JR Takayama Main Line): Take a bus from the Takayama Bus Terminal bound for Shinhotaka Onsen to the Fukuji Yurumizaka bus stop (about 70 min), and it is about 1 min on foot from there.
- From JR Matsumoto Station: Take a bus from the Matsumoto Bus Terminal bound for Takayama to the Hirayu Bus Terminal (about 85 min), take a Nohi Bus bound for Shinhotaka to the Fukuji Yurumizaka bus stop (about 10 min), and it is about 1 min on foot from there.
Chosaku no Yado Nakadaya
Chosaku no Yado Nakadaya
Located in the center of the Oku Hida Onsen hot spring resort. Both public baths and chartered family baths are equipped with an open-air bath and a sauna.
How to get there?
From Takayama Station (JR Takayama Line): Take bus bound for Shinhodaka Ropeway to Shinhirayu-Onsen bus stop (about 75 min) and it is less than 1 min on foot from there
Yamatokan
Yamatokan
This small inn, surrounded by Okuhida's vast nature, welcomes guests with heartfelt service and features hot springs and flavorsome Japanese cuisine prepared using local ingredients from the surrounding mountains and rivers.
How to get there?
From Matsumoto Station (JR Chuo Line) Bus Terminal: Take the Matsumoto route bus bound for Takayama and get off at Hirayu Onsen Bus Stop (about 140 minutes).
By car: Exit the Chuo Expressway at Matsumoto IC and continue along Route 158 for about 60 minutes.
Wanosato
Wanosato
The burning fire and rotating waterwheel are novel sights in modern Japan but serve to offer up the essence of peace and relaxation - along with the seasonal Japanese dishes.
How to get there?
From Takayama Station (JR Takayama Line): About 20 min by taxi.
By car: Exit the Tokai-Hokuriku Expressway at Takayama-nishi IC and continue along Route 41 for about 30 km (about 40 min). Head towards Minashi Shrine, Hida-Ichinomiya Station, Kuraiyama Ski Area.

Departure time for the shuttle departing from Takayama Station to the lodging will change.
- Before Change
(1) 14:10 (2) 15:10 (3) 16:10 (4) 17:10

- After Change (from Mar. 17, 2018)
(1) 14:20 (2) 15:20 (3) 16:20 (4) 17:20

*There is no change for the shuttle from the lodging to Takayama Station.
Ryokan Murayama
Ryokan Murayama
Famous for traditional "Gassho-zukuri" style rooms and a dinner course served by a 'irori' (a sunken hearth). There is easy access to Hida no Sato (Hida Folk Village) and the Hida Takayama Museum of Art.
How to get there?
From JR Takayama Station: 5 mins by car, pick-up service available. From Chubu Jukan Expressway Takayama-Nishi IC: (10 km)
Minshuku Iwatakan
Minshuku Iwatakan
Situated near Miyagawa morning market, where the Hida Takayama Miyagawa Morning Market Association carries on business nearly every morning. It is considered one of the three best morning markets in Japan, along with Ishigawa Prefecture's Wajima market and Chiba Prefecture's Katsura market. It is also one of the main tourist attractions in Takayama City. The hotel is also located a mere 15-minute walk from the Takayama Matsuri Yatai Kaikan. Plus, it boasts and outdoor hot spring and free bicycles for rent.
How to get there?
From Takayama Station (JR Takayama Main Line): About 30 minutes on foot or 7 minutes by taxi ride.

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