Miyazu, Japan Hotels & Ryokan

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Miyazu Hotels & Ryokan

Hotel & Resorts Kyoto Miyazu
Admire one of Japan's three scenic views, Amanohashidate, at this resort hotel (Miyazu-shi, Kyoto). For dinner, enjoy watching the chef create culinary concoctions in a mesmerizing performance right in front of you. There is a Japanese/Western/Chinese buffet featuring a rich variety of dishes, as well as menus and desserts geared for kids. Guests will surely enjoy satisfying their food cravings at the restaurant or banquet hall. A Japanese/Western/Chinese buffet is also available for breakfast.
Facilities include a large communal bath, open-air bath, and open-air panoramic deck foot bath, which may be used an unlimited number of times during your stay. The outdoor pool is also available for use (separate charge required during summer vacation).
At the lounge which offers a sweeping view of the sea, guests can enjoy drinks or light meals (additional charges apply). Go ahead and have a pleasant, relaxing stay at this luxurious hotel.
How to get there?
From Miyazu Station (Kitakinki Tango Railway): 12 min by taxi at around JPY 3,000. Or, take the bus bound for Tai and get off at Royal Hotel-mae (about 17 min). Immediate access from there. Alternatively, take a free shuttle bus. The shuttle bus departs Miyazu Station at 13:30, 14:30 and 17:20. The return bus to Miyazu Station (and Amanohashidate Station) departs the hotel at 8:30, 9:30 and 10:30. Reservation is required in advance.
From Kyoto Station: 120 min via JR and Kyoto Tango Railway lines at around JPY 3,000.
From Osaka Station: 120 min via JR and Kyoto Tango Railway lines at around JPY 4,500.
From JR Fukuchiyama Station to Miyazu Station: 25 min via the Kyoto Tango Railway Line at around JPY 700.
Auberge Amanohashidate
This is a quiet hotel that overlooks the beautiful Amanohashidate, one of the three great views of Japan. Only 2 minutes on foot from the station, this hotel is located perfectly for both business and sightseeing.
How to get there?
From Amanohashidate Station (Kyoto Tango Railway): About 2 min on foot.
By Car: Exit the Kyoto Jukan Expressway at Miyazu-Amanohashidate IC and continue along Prefectural Route 9 for about 5 km (approx. 10 min), and then Prefectural Route 2 for about 1 km (approx. 2 min). Head towards Amanohashidate Station (Kyoto Tango Railway).
Amanohashidate Station (Kyoto Tango Railway) is about 120 min by limited express train from JR Kyoto Station at JPY 4,000.
Taikyourou
A ryokan (Japanese-style hotel) close to the entrance of Amanohashidate, which can be seen from every room. They serve dishes made with fish caught from the sea of Tango that are truly exceptional.
How to get there?
From Amanohashidate Station (Kyoto Tango Railway): 3 min on foot.
By car: 5 min from Ayabe-Miyazu Road Miyazu-Amano-Hashidate IC.
From JR Kyoto Station to Amanohashidate Station (Kyoto Tango Railway): About 120 min by limited express train at JPY 4,000.
Seikiro Ryokan Historical Museum Hotel
This historical inn allows guests to experience a Japanese ryokan, complete with Japanese food, kimono, tatami-floored rooms and futon.
The inn features a small museum displaying works of art and calligraphy from famous artists and writers who stayed at the inn throughout the centuries. Explore the Japanese architecture of not only the guestroom but the entire inn as you take a walk around.
There is no elevator inside.
Wi-Fi is available throughout the inn.
The hotel owner can provide information in English (note that the owner is not always in).
Meals can be served at table & chair seating for those who prefer not to sit on tatami mats.
Rental bicycle service available.
5 minutes on foot from the gentle seashore (Miyazu Bay).
10 minutes on foot to Miyazu Catholic Church. Many come all the way from Europe just to see this rare building, which is built in the French style with Japanese wood and tatami mats for a fusion of two worlds.
A walk around the former castle town of Miyazu is also recommended.
Just 3 kilometers from Amanohashidate, one of Japan's 3 scenic views.

The entire hotel including all rooms will be non-smoking effective Apr. 1, 2016 (Fri.).
How to get there?
From Miyazu Station (Kyoto Tango Railway): 7 min on foot or 3 min by taxi.
From Kyoto Station: About 2 hr via the JR and Kyoto Tango railways for a fare of about JPY 3,000.
Take the JR line until Fukuchiyama Station.
This hotel is often used by guests as a home base when visiting Kyoto city and Osaka.
English timetables helpful for making a trip to Kyoto and Osaka are available.
Hashidate Bay Hotel
The hotel limousine will welcome you at the station and bring you to the hotel. Guests are met with the fragrance of herbs when they enter the lobby.
How to get there?
From Kyoto: 2 hr by car.
From Osaka: 2 hr by car.
From Amanohashidate Station (Kyoto Tango Railway): Take the Tango Kairiku Kotsu bus bound for Ine, Uranyu and Kyogamisaki, and alight at the Higashimachi bus stop (about 15 min). It is 8 min on foot from there.
Charoku Bekkan
Located near the quiet beach where scenic beauty spot Ama-no-hashidate can be seen, this is a traditional ryokan (Japanese-style hotel), with a garden. Enjoy their delicious traditional, elegant Japanese kaiseki dishes. Crabs are in season in winter.
How to get there?
From Miyazu Station (Kyoto Tango Railway): 10 min on foot or 5 min by car.
From Kyoto Station: About 2 hr at around JPY 3,000 via JR and Kyoto Tango Railway lines.
From Osaka: About 2 hr at around JPY 4,500. Via JR line, go as far as Fukuchiyama, and then take the Kyoto Tango Railway from JR Fukuchiyama Station to Miyazu at around JPY 700 (about 25 min).
Free shuttle service available from Miyazu and Amanohashidate stations. However, only Miyazu Station shuttle is available during busy periods (Dec. 26-Jan. 4, May 2-5 and Aug. 10-16).
Check-in shuttle service is available from 14:30-17:30 (prior reservation required), and check-out shuttle service is available from 9:00-10:00. It takes about 90 min from Kyoto city to the hotel.
By car: 5 min from Ayabe-Miyazu Road Miyazu-Amano-Hashidate IC.
Amanohashidate Hotel
Located on the coast, in front of Ama-no-Hashidate Station, you can walk through Amanohashidate following the garden. The rooms with large baths also have a view of the Amanohashidate.
How to get there?
[To Amanohashidate Station]
- From JR Kyoto Station: About 120 min by limited express train at around JPY 4,000.
From Amanohashidate Station (Kyoto Tango Railway): 1 min on foot.
By car: 5 km (10 min) from Miyazu-Amano-Hashidate IC.
Genmyoan
Amanohashidate, which means “Heaven’s bridge”, is one of the Three Views of Japan. The ancient inhabitants of this scenic length of the coast, fascinated by the shape of Amanohashidate land bridge, had a tale to explain where it came from. Up in the heavens, the gods and goddesses had made a ladder for their descents to earth. One night as they slept above the clouds, the ladder slid down to earth and became the land bridge.
From the high perspective of Genmyoan, Amanohashidate’s form is sinuous, like a thick snake—or dragon. Seeing it against the blue sea-water, our ancestors thought of a dragon in the sky, and so it is that the view of the land bridge from Mt. Genmyo was called the "Flying Dragon View." The guest rooms and baths at Genmyoan are very good vantage points for appreciating the view that evoked this image.
In spring this lodging serves icefish; summer’s menu features tori clams, autumn brings matsutake mushrooms, and winter of course is crab season. They prepare their noted Kyoto Kaiseki with the most flavorful ingredients for each season.
Each course that arrives in your room is worked up from scratch, using the finest ingredients.
With meals served in your room or in the banquet room, the grand view becomes part of your dining enjoyment. It adds pleasure to your bath as well, to look out from the piping hot water over the panorama of town, trees, mountains, and sea.

Genmyoan is an inn of 17 Japanese-style rooms, with 14 rooms featuring a view of Amanohashidate and 3 rooms featuring a view of the Miyazu Bay. Guests can enjoy an expansive, panoramic ocean view from any of the rooms. Whether you gaze over Amanohashidate sitting in a chair or laying on the tatami, there is no better way to enjoy this scenery than here at Genmyoan. Most of the rooms were designed by the famous architect Moritatsuo (1926-2011), bringing a world of charm and refinement through traditional Japanese craftsmanship. Immerse yourself this peaceful Japanese design, and experience the elegant, refined and graceful work of Moritatsuo.

This hill-top inn looks out upon the sea, the sky, the curving wooded coast of the bay, and the famous sight of Amanohashidate land bridge. The location, views, and design surround the guest with an atmosphere of by-gone elegance. The scent of nature in the softly flowing sea breeze quietly sooths the body and the spirit.

From the Ryugu-no-Yu Bath, Urashima-no-Yu Bath, and panoramic open-air bath - which will warm guests’ chilled bodies - guests can enjoy a superb view of Amanohashidate.
How to get there?
From Amanohashidate Station (Kyoto Tango Railway): 3 min by taxi, pick-up service available.
By car: 10 min from Miyazu-Amano-Hashidate IC.
Amanohashidate Station (Kyoto Tango Railway) is about 120 min by limited express train from JR Kyoto Station at JPY 4,000.
Hotel Kitanoya
One of the three most scenic spots in Japan, Amanohashidate can be seen from sunrise to sunset. You can enjoy taking a dip in large bath and open-air bath, realizing the beauty of Japan in each season.
How to get there?
From JR Kyoto Station: About 120 min by limited express train to Amanohashidate Station (Kyoto Tango Railway) at around JPY 4,000.
By car: 15 min from Miyazu-Amano-Hashidate IC.

Shuttle Service
Amanohashidate Station == Hotel
To hotel: A mini bus will be sent to meet guests at the time the train is scheduled to arrive.
To station from hotel: Departures every 15 min starting 8:30
**Requires prior reservation.
**It is about 7 min on foot from Amanohashidate Station without shuttle.
Charoku Honkan
The lodging has earned trust and popularity for keeping the tradition and management beliefs of no-frills sincerity and kindness since the Kyouhou-era when the lodging was built. Please enjoy the fresh seafood caught in the Sea of Japan.
How to get there?
From Miyazu Station (Kyoto Tango Railway), West Exit: Take a bus bound for Mineyama to the Nishihorikawa bus stop (3 min) and and it is 2 min on foot from there.
Shourotei
A long-established inn, nestled in the beautiful pine forests of Amanohashidate, one of the three most scenic spots of Japan. The elegant, wooden building, with its Japanese-style architecture, is popular among foreign guests for being able to enjoy Japanese culture. Enjoy gardens, hot springs, scenery, and local Tango cuisine in a world separate from all the hustle and bustle.
If there are any foods that you do not like or you have any food allergies, we will provide accommodations for each guest, so please make a request in advance. Depending on the room type, the staff will bring your dinner and breakfast to your room. For guests unable to sit on their knees on a tatami floors are able to enjoy a leisurely meal, table seating is also available, so please make a request in advance.
Please note that entry and bookings for children younger than 12 years old are not accepted.
From the Kyoto Tango Railway Amanohashidate Station, the lodgings are approximately a 5 minute walk away, but we will provide courtesy pick ups and drop offs, so please feel free to ask for one.
How to get there?
From Amanohashidate Station (Kyoto Tango Railway): 5 min on foot.
By car: 10 min From Miyazu-Amano-Hashidate IC
Amanohashidate Station (Kyoto Tango Railway) is about 120 min by limited express train from JR Kyoto Station at JPY 4,000.
Sakamotoya
“Nature first,” that is Sakamotoya’s motto. The proprietors run their own plantation, growing fruits and vegetables and offering meals prepared with organic delights. Futon covers and sheets are washed with natural cleansers, so guests with sensitive skin enjoy a worry-free stay. Sakamotoya also boasts Nariai Kannon Hot Spring, which warms the body and promotes good health. Groups can reserve a private bath; an additional fee of JPY 150 per person may apply. Sakamotoya only uses environmentally friendly shampoos and conditioners. Sakamotoya’s is nestled near Amanohasidate, one of the Three Views of Japan. It is also close to Kasamatsu Park and a sightseeing boat. Sakamotoya can store guests’ luggage before check-in and after check-out free of charge. Tatami, futon, yukata, even the koto played by the proprietor—this lodging gives guests the opportunity to enjoy traditional Japanese culture. (Note: There is no elevator in this two-story building.)

This hotel is located in Kyoto Prefecture, but is quite far away from the city of Kyoto itself. Please be aware of this when booking.
How to get there?
From Kyoto Station: Take the JR Hashidate train to Amanohashidate Station (About 2 hr by limited express train, 3 hr by local train).
From Amanohashidate Station (Kyoto Tango Railway): About 20 min by taxi. Pick-up service from the station can also be provided free of charge, in which case guests are asked to please contact the hotel ahead of time.
Monjuso
Located directly by the Amanohashidate, one of the Three Views of Japan, this long-established ryokan features natural open-air hot spring baths with views of a garden. Soak in the skin-beautifying bath and relax both body and mind. This hotel's elegant rooms look out onto the lines of pine trees and the Amanohashidate canal. Guestrooms on the 1st floor feature verandas, from which guests can walk to the Amanohashidate canal. Enjoy the Japanese atmosphere of this pure Japanese hotel.
How to get there?
[To Amanohashidate Station]
- From JR Kyoto Station: About 120 min by limited express train at JPY 4,000.
From Amanohashidate Station (Kyoto Tango Railway): 3 min on foot, pick-up service available.
By car: 10 min from Miyazu-Amano-Hashidate IC.
Amanohashidatesou
This hotel is located in the Amanohashidate area, one of Japan's three best views, facing the sea. It boasts of sumptuous seafood cuisine prepared with fresh ingredients directly delivered from the fishing ports.
It offers something for everyone all year round, from crab cuisine in winter to swimming in summer, and walking or cycling along pine tree-line roads in spring and autumn. There is a car rental service available at Amanohashidate Station and the hotel. The hotel is an ideal base for heading out on a cruise around the Tango Peninsula, visiting the Kinosaki Hot Springs in Hyogo Prefecture, or sightseeing in the Ine district.
Free parking before check-in and after check-out.
Baggage can be held for free before check-in and after check-out.
How to get there?
From Amanohashidate Station (Kyoto Tango Railway): 12 mins on foot / 5 mins by taxi.
Amanohashidate Station is about 120 min from JR Kyoto Station via JR and Kyoto Tango Railway trains (fare at around JPY 4,000).
Free pick-up service available at Amanohashidate Station (Kyoto Tango Railway). Please call the hotel after arriving at the station.

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