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Kyotango, Japan Hotels & Ryokan

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Kyotango Hotels & Ryokan

Umashiyado Totoya
Umashiyado Totoya
It is a famous place for sea, mountains, and people, Tango Town. Jizakana (local fish) of Taiza Port, the onsen (hot springs), and Jizake (local liquor) is famous. "Wasei Auberge" at the seashore has a reputation among fishermen for tasty Jizakana and crabs
How to get there?
From Amino Station (Kyoto Tango Railway): 30 mins by bus bound for Kyoga-misaki. Alight at Tangochosha-mae bus stop. The hotel is about 5 min on foot from there.
Ichibokan
Ichibokan
Commanding a view of the Japan Sea, guests can enjoy a full range of flavors from the sea at this hotel. With open-air and reservable baths, this hotel features the Yuhigaura Hot Springs, and the beach is a mere minute away.
The dinner venue varies depending on the guest room. Guests staying at a guest room in the North Wing can enjoy dinner at the comfort of their own guest room, while guests staying at the South Wing will be served at a relaxing restaurant.
How to get there?
From Yuhigaurakitsuonsen Station (Kyoto Tango Railway): About 30 minutes on foot.
Ujo Soan
Ujo Soan
This secluded inn features lavish guest rooms which all include a living room, Japanese-style room, bedroom, and private open-air bath to create a soothing atmosphere in which guests can relax.

From long ago, Japan has had a culture that loves the rain. Early-summer rain, late autumn and early winter rain showers, light rain, and so on; there are countless names for the rain. Japan is a country that has that much rain.
When rain suddenly starts coming down, people will find shelter from it somewhere. A kind soul may lend you an umbrella, and sometimes you may even share an umbrella with someone. That unique Japanese culture and nostalgic scenery can be found in Tango, the seaside region of Kyoto, at Ujo Soan.
Ujo Soan is a relaxing adults only lodging that lets guests experience that.
Stay in one of the 5 elegant private guest residences - each equipped with an open-air hot spring bath - with that special someone, and take shelter from the rain.
Enjoy Matsuba crab during the winter, as well seafood from the nearby sea, mountain delights, Tajima beef, and more the rest of the year.

[Vicinity Sightseeing Information]
To Miyazu/Amanohashidate: 50 minutes by car, 40 minutes by train
To Ine no Funaya: 1 hour 30 minutes by car
To Tango Chirimen Rekishi Kaido: 40 minutes by car
To Kinosaki Onsen: 30 minutes by car, 1 hour by train
To Takeda Castle Remains: 1 hour 30 minutes by car
To Izushi Castle Town/Izushi: 1 hour
How to get there?
From Kansai International Airport: Take the JR Line to Kyoto Station, then transfer to a limited express train (about 2.5 hr); about 4 hr by car.
From Osaka/Kyoto: About 2.5 hr by car or train.
From Yuhigaura-kitsu-onsen Station (Kyoto Tango Railway): About 15 min on foot.
To Yuhigaura-kitsu-onsen Station: 5 min by free shuttle bus.
Kashoen Hanare Fuka
Kashoen Hanare Fuka
All rooms are Japanese/Western-style and have perfect views of the Japan Sea. The waters of the public bath are sourced from natural hot spring water, which is often said to be great for the skin.
How to get there?
From Toyooka Station (JR Fukuchiyama Line): Take the Kyoto Tango Railway bound for Nishi-Maizuru and alight at Yuhigaurakitsuonsen Station after about 30 minutes. The hotel is 15 minutes on foot or 3 minutes by taxi from there.
Kasyouen Hanare Kai
Kasyouen Hanare Kai
This pure Japanese-style ryokan stands on a hill, resembling a boat that seems ready to start rowing out onto the open sea. All guestrooms feature a view of the ocean and river. Relax and admire the scenery as it changes with the passage of time.
How to get there?
From Yuhigaura-kitsu-onsen Station (Kyoto Tango Railway): About 20 min on foot.
By car: Exit the Kyoto-Jukan Expressway at the Kyotango-Omiya IC and take Prefectural Route 651 and then National Route 312.
Hekisui Gyoen
Hekisui Gyoen
This relaxing pure Japanese-style hotel is situated in an area designated as a national hot spring by the Ministry of the Environment. The entire hotel offers views of the ocean. Meals are served in the guestrooms.
How to get there?
From Toyooka Station (JR Fukuchiyama Line): Take the Kyoto Tango Railway train bound for Kumihama and get off at Kumihama Station. The hotel is about 8 minutes from the station by taxi.
By car: Exit the Kyoto-Jukan Expressway at Yoza-Amanohashidate IC and continue on Route 312 for about 45 minutes.
Kaikatei Hanagozen
Kaikatei Hanagozen
This traditional Kyoto-sukiya-zukuri style building is fascinating. They have 19 guestrooms with an open-air bath. Please enjoy staying in their relaxing atmosphere.
How to get there?
From Yuhigaura-kitsu-onsen Station (Kyoto Tango Railway): About 15 min on foot.
Waraku
Waraku
Spend a moment of bliss at this single story lodging reminiscent of an old Japanese-style house. There is a Japanese garden, indoor rock bath, and a refreshing open-air bath on site. Enjoy the local ingredients of the Tango region.
How to get there?
From Yuhigaura-kitsu-onsen Station (Kyoto Tango Railway): About 40 min on foot; about 5 min by car (shuttle service, reservation required in advance).
By car: Exit the Kyoto-Jukan Expressway at Kyotango-Omiya IC and take National Route 312, Prefectural Route 17, and National Route 178 (about 30 min from IC). Landmark: Hanayuumi.
Minato Yuyu
Minato Yuyu
This hotel boasts an excellent location with Kumihama Bay in the front as the back gazes out at the magnificent Japan Sea. Minato Yuyu also features natural hot springs and a made-to-order all-you-can-eat restaurant serving seasonal dishes.
All guest rooms equip a private toilet, but do not equip a private bath.
How to get there?
From Shotenkyo Station (Kyoto Tango Railway): About 5 minutes by taxi.