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Yonezawa, Japan Hotels & Ryokan

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Yonezawa Hotels & Ryokan

Biyu Bishoku no Hanareyado Onogawa Onsen Kajikaso
Biyu Bishoku no Hanareyado Onogawa Onsen Kajikaso
Located at the depths of a hot spring district with an atmosphere of old Japan, Kajikaso is a large Japanese-style inn surrounded by a tranquil river and a pond that offer seasonal views of fireflies in the summer and a beautiful snowscape in the winter.
Among the several non-circulating 100% natural hot springs, guests staying at Kajikaso all love the large communal bath with views of the Japanese garden, the open-air bath with a waterfall, and the free reservable private bath. Guests can also enjoy local dishes, including servings of Yonezawa beef, recognized as one of the three major wagyu beef brands.
A free round-trip shuttle bus service is available from Yonezawa Station.
How to get there?
From Yonezawa Station (JR Yamagata Shinkansen): Take the bus bound for Onogawa Onsen for approx. 25 minutes and get off at Onogawa Onsen Chusajo (Onogawa hot springs parking lot). 3 minutes on foot from there.
From Yamagata Airport: Take the bus and get off at Sakurambohigashine. Then take the JR Yamagata Shinkansen bound for Tokyo and get off at Yonezawa (55 min.). From there take the bus bound for Onogawa Onsen and get off at Onogawa Onsen Chusajo (25 min.). 3 minutes on foot from there.

[Free Shuttle Bus Service from Yonezawa Station to Kajikaso]
*Reservation required in advance
-Pick-up from Yonezawa Station to Kajikaso: 11:10, 14:30
-Drop-off at Yonezawa Station from Kajikaso: 10:30, 14:00
Yamanoki
Yamanoki
A hot spring ryokan in Shirabu Onsen, located in the lush green mountains of Yonezawa city in Yamagata Prefecture. The ryokan features "robata" grilled kaiseki meals prepared with ingredients of the season, and boasts 100% all natural bathing facilities here in this hot spring area that was even used by generals in the Warring States period. Guestrooms are warm, comfortable Japanese-style rooms. With just 11 rooms available for guests, this hotel strives to maintain an air of "luxury travel".
How to get there?
From JR Yonezawa Station (Yamagata Shinkansen): Leave via the Main Entrance and board a bus bound for Shirabu Onsen. Alight after 40 minutes and continue on foot.
Suzu no Yado Tofuya Ryokan
Suzu no Yado Tofuya Ryokan
Wheelchair accessible from the parking lot to guest rooms. Both the indoor large communal bath and open-air bath is are filled with 100% pure hot spring water. Yonezawa beef plans feature A5 grade marbled Yonezawa beef to accommodate those who come from far away.
How to get there?
From JR Yamagata Shinkansen Yonezawa station west exit: take Bus Yamagata Kozu for Onogawa Onsen and get off Onogawa Onsen (ca.26 min). It takes around 1 min from there on foot.
Tokyo Dai-ichi Hotel Yonezawa
Tokyo Dai-ichi Hotel Yonezawa
Located in Yonezawa, a castle town built by the Uesugi family, this is a high-class hotel offering cordial service and refined hospitality.
How to get there?
From Yonezawa Station (JR Yamagata Shinkansen): About 5 min by taxi.
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Fukushima-Iizaka IC and continue along Route 13 for about 45 km (about 60 min).
Yumori Shomian Yamakawa
Yumori Shomian Yamakawa
Located right at the center of the hot spring district, guests staying at Shomian Yamakawa can enjoy a pleasant walk to the nearby Omono River where fireflies flicker at the beginning of summer.
This authentic Japanese-style inn comes complete with a relaxing lobby, souvenir shop, bar, large communal bath with an abundant supply of hot spring water, a fountain bath, and an open-air bath where guests can taste the spring.
For dinner, savor seasonal local dishes prepared with mainly mountain ingredients. Hot spring porridge and imoni (thick potato and meat soup) are among the many popular breakfast dishes here.
How to get there?
From Yonezawa Station (JR Yamagata Shinkansen): 20 minutes by taxi. Or take the bus bound for Onogawa Onsen and get off at Onogawa Onsen (25 min). 1 minute on foot from there.
Pension Amitire
Pension Amitire
This pension is situated in Tengendai Kogen. Savor a full course dinner especially prepared by the chef while enjoying a live performance by the staff.
How to get there?
From Yonezawa Station (JR Yamagata Shinkansen): about 30 min by taxi.
By bus: Take the bus bound for Shirabu/Tengendai and alight at Yumoto bus stop.
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Fukushima-Iizaka IC and continue along Route 13. At the signboard before Shirabu Onsen, turn right.
Best Western The Japonais Yonezawa
Best Western The Japonais Yonezawa
Conveniently located just 3 minutes on foot from Yonezawa Station's East Exit. The complimentary breakfast is very popular. Free room theater system and a communal bathing facility for men. Free Wi-Fi in the entire building.
How to get there?
From Yonezawa Station (JR Yamagata Shinkansen) East Exit: About 3 minutes on foot.
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Fukushima-Iizaka IC and continue along Route 13 for about 40 minutes (35 km).
Higashiya Ryokan
Higashiya Ryokan
The first inn to accommodate guests at Shirabu Onsen, a hot spring district with a history of 700 years. Higashiya Ryokan welcomes its guests with an abundant supply of hot spring water, available at the many types of baths this Japanese-style inn has to offer including open-air baths and an indoor fountain bath. Local dishes enjoyed amidst the beautiful nature will surely add to the experience.
Higashiya Ryokan is highly appreciated by guests on a multiple-night vacation, as well as those seeking for a 1-night accommodation as a base to attack Mt. Nishiazuma.
How to get there?
From Yonezawa Station (JR Yamagata Shinkansen): Take the bus bound for Shirabu Onsen/Tengendai and get off at Shirabu Onsen bus stop (50 min). About 2 min on foot from there.
[About the Free Shuttle Bus Service from Yonezawa Station to Higashiya Ryokan]
*Reservation required in advance
- Pick-up from Yonezawa Station to Higashiya Ryokan: 14:30
- Drop-off at Yonezawa Station from Higashiya Ryokan: 10:30
Nakaya Bekkan Fudokaku
Nakaya Bekkan Fudokaku
Visit the region of serows and white monkeys with a stay at this hotel located inside a National Park, with a 700 year old hot spring, guestrooms and baths facing the valley (the baths which feature natural hot spring water and the famous Olympic bath), and the chance to see the nature changes throughout all four seasons. The hotel is located at 800 meters above sea level, and provides guests the opportunity to get in touch with nature in every season, with fresh greenery in spring, a place to beat the heat in summer, colored leaves in autumn and beautiful snow scenescapes in winter. Try the ABCs of Yonezawa (Apples, Beef, Carp) as well as delicious mushroom dishes.
How to get there?
From Yonezawa Station (JR Yamagata Shinkansen): Take the Yamako Bus bound for Shirabu Onsen and alight at Shirabu-Onsen-Machiaijo bus stop after about 40 minutes. Immediate access from there.
Alternatively, about 30 minutes by taxi from Yonezawa Station (JR Yamagata Shinkansen).
Hotel Folkloro Takahata
Hotel Folkloro Takahata
Located right next to JR Takahata Station, this hotel is perfectly located for enjoying walks through the historical Takahata town, a place abundant with nature.
How to get there?
By Train: Located right next to Takahata Station on the JR Ou Main Line/Yamagata Line.
By Car: 60 minutes from the Fukushima Izaka IC on the Tohoku Expressway
Hotel Route-Inn Yonezawa Ekihigashi
Hotel Route-Inn Yonezawa Ekihigashi
Yonezawa is the home of Kenshin Uesugi, who is known for his catch phrase "Naseba, naru" (One that tries, succeeds.). Yonezawa has also been labeled a utopia as it is filled with attractions such as skiing, onsen, and wonderful food. This hotel has convenient access to Yamagata and Fukushima. Enjoy a nutritious breakfast and a soak in the large shared bath.
How to get there?
From Yonezawa Station (JR Yamagata Shinkansen) East Exit: About 10 min on foot or 3 min by taxi.
Hotel Select Inn Yonezawa
Hotel Select Inn Yonezawa
Located in the center of castle town Yonezawa. Wi-Fi Internet access available at all guest rooms.
How to get there?
From Yonezawa Station (JR Ou Line): 5 minutes by car.
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Fukushima Iizaka IC and continue along Route 13 for about 45 minutes.
Hotel Slow Village
Hotel Slow Village
This new business hotel, which opened in Yamagata in June 2017, offers a relaxed atmosphere for a peaceful getaway.
How to get there?
From Hagyu Station (JR Yonesaka Line): About 15 min on foot.
By car: Take Route 113
- 40 min from Yonezawa
- 25 min from Akayu
- 30 min from Takahata
- 10 min from Nagai
- 60 min from Yamagata City
Hotel Benex Yonezawa
Hotel Benex Yonezawa
Right at the heart of Yonezawa, this hotel offers guests a safe accommodation and convenient services and facilities. Guests can use a wireless LAN connection free of charge for high-speed Internet service.
How to get there?
Closest Airport: Yamagata Airport
From Yonezawa Station (Yamagata Shinkansen): About 15 minutes on foot, or 5 minutes by taxi.
From Yonezawa Station West Exit: About 5 minutes by car along Prefectural Route 232.
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Fukushima-Iizaka IC and continue along Route 13 and Yanai Highway for about 40 minutes (42 km).
Tokinoyado Sumire
Tokinoyado Sumire
Exclusive for couples, this inn guarantees total quality time. Without any clock or TV to distract guests from a relaxing vacation, this quiet inn offers reservable open-air baths and Yonezawa's very own delectable kaiseki cuisine featuring beef of the highest quality.
How to get there?
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at the Fukushima Iizaka IC and continue along Route 13 for about 50 minutes (50 km) heading towards Yonezawa.
From Yonezawa Station (JR Yamagata Shinkansen): about 15 minutes by taxi.