Daisen-shi, Japan Hotels & Ryokan

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Daisen-shi Hotels & Ryokan

Kowakubi Onsen Shohoen
This delightful old family-home, built in the distinctive "Taisho Romantic" architectural style, has been registered as a listed national cultural property. This countryside home offers baths which draw their waters direct from an onsen source. The family-run inn prides itself on its home-cooked meals and open-air baths - built entirely from cypress wood. Not to be missed.
How to get there?
Shuttle Service
Mineyoshikawa Station/Akita Airport ⇔ Hotel
**Prior shuttle reservation required.
Pick up time: Will be at airport for flight arrival (available after 14:30)
Ou Sanso
Located in an expansive valley, Ou Sanso provides guests access to the beautiful natural surroundings of the area from season to season, and features natural hot springs of the Ou Mountains in a subdued, tranquil establishment.
How to get there?
From Kakunodate Station (JR Tazawako Line): About 25 minutes by taxi.
By car: Exit the Akita Expressway at Omagari IC and continue along Route 105, then Senboku Koiki Nodo Road for about 20 minutes (13 km). Head towards Kawaguchi Keikoku (valley).
Omagari Empire Hotel
Located near Omagari Station Akita Expressway Omagri Exit, this reasonable and well-equipped hotel will provide a convenient base for business travellers.
How to get there?
From Omagari Station (Ou Main Line/Tazawako Line/Akita Shinkansen): Leave via the West Exit of the station, and continue on foot for 8 minutes or continue by taxi for 3 minutes. By Car: Exit the Akita Expressway at the Omagari IC and continue for 10 minutes.

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