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Nagato, Japan Hotels & Ryokan

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Nagato Hotels & Ryokan

Yamamura Annex
Yamamura Annex
This hotel stands in the Yumoto Onsen region, richly endowed with beautiful nature. Guests can enjoy the changing colors of the surrounding area throughout the year, and relax in this authentic Japanese-style inn.
How to get there?
From Asa Station (JR Sanyo Shinkansen): Take the JR Mine Line train bound for Nagatoshi and get off at Nagato-Yumoto Station (about 60 minutes). The hotel is about 10 minutes on foot, or 3 minutes by taxi from the station.
By car: Exit the Chugoku Expressway at Mine IC and continue along Route 316 for about 30 minutes (28 km).
Izumiya Ryokan (Tawarayama Onsen)
Izumiya Ryokan (Tawarayama Onsen)
For visitor's health and relieving fatigue, a biwahayuatsu (loquat leaf water-pressure) masseur is permanently stationed, and this hotel offers natural health foods, mainly based around brown rice or natural unpolished rice, that are chosen by the visitors.
How to get there?
From Yamaguchi Ube Airport: Take a Sanden Kotsu bus bound for Shimonoseki from the Yamaguchi Ube Airport bus stop to the Ozuki Yubinkyoku-mae bus stop. From there, take a bus bound for Omijima/Tawarayama Onsen to the Tawarayama Onsen bus stop (50 min). It is less than 1 min on foot from there.
Gyokusenkaku
Gyokusenkaku
This ryokan (traditional Japanese inn) features a unique bath with a depth of 120 centimeters, designed based on a bath found in the Huaqing Pool of China, which is associated with a Chinese empress famous for her beauty.
How to get there?
From Nagoto-Yumito Station (JR Mine Line): About 7 minutes on foot.
By car: Exit the Chugoku Expressway at the Mine IC and continue along Route 316 for about 30 minutes.
Yumoto Kanko Hotel Saikyo
Yumoto Kanko Hotel Saikyo
Guests can enjoy bathing in Nagato-yumoto's soft hot springs and taste delicious Saikyo cuisine, prepared with seasonal ingredients caught from the Sea of Japan. The hotel also features relaxation and amusement facilities.
How to get there?
From Asa Station (JR Sanyo Shinkansen): Take a JR Mine Line train bound for Nagatoshi/Senzaki to Nagato-Yumoto Station (about 50 min). It is about 6 min on foot or 1 min by taxi from there.
By car: Exit the Chugoku Expressway at Mine IC and continue along Route 316 for about 30 min (25 km).
Yumen Kanko Hotel Yume-no-Sato
Yumen Kanko Hotel Yume-no-Sato
This hotel is located within easy access to some of Yamaguchi's most popular sightseeing destinations, including Akiyoshido Cave, Hagi, and Omi-jima Island. Guests can also look forward to kaiseki cuisine prepared with fresh seafood from the Sea of Japan.
How to get there?
From Nagato-Misumi Station (JR San-in Line): Take a bus bound for Higashi-Hagi Station to the Yumen Onsen bus stop (about 7 min). It is less than 1 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Chugoku Expressway at Mine Junction and continue along Ogori-Hagi Road to Edo IC. Then continue towards Nagato for about 20 min (20 km).
Yamaguchiya Bekkan
Yamaguchiya Bekkan
This small hotel is nestled in the mountains and features hot spring waters found nowhere else. It offers guests delicious home-cooked meals made with the freshest ingredients from the Tawarayama mountains and the Sea of Japan.
How to get there?
From Nagato-Yumoto Station (JR Mine Line): Take an Oumijima route bus bound for either Shimonoseki or Tawarayama Onsen to the Tawarayama Onsen bus stop (20 min). It is about 1 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Chugoku Expressway at Mine IC and continue along Route 316 for about 30 min (25 km), then along Prefectural Route 34 for about 15 min (10 km) heading towards the Tawarayama Onsen bus stop.

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