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Ryokan Onuma旅館大沼

34 Akayu, Naruko Onsen, Osaki-shi, Miyagi Prefecture

4.0/5 BEST REVIEW

by Jr Singapore / 22 Nov 2017

Very welcoming family run ryokan. The matriarch is a delightful lady, always cheerful and pleasant. All the service staff in fact really excelled in making us welcomed. As the ryokan is a old historic building ,don’t expect big sprawling rooms. Ours was a small but clean and adequate room. There a few in house baths, including a mixed one and foot bath but as the building is old, these are basic. Do opt for the Yori no Mori which is a nice outdoor bath in the woods. It’s 5min away by car but you will be fetched there. Do note there are no shower facilities there ,so you will still need to use one of the in house baths to shower. The ryokan is near to the Naruko gorge where the autumn foliage is spectacular. The Kokeshi museum is also nearby. This is highly recommended especially if you are looking for unique gifts to bring home. We had a memorable stay which was topped off with a photo with the staff on the day of our departure. Highly recommended!

  • Open-air Bath
  • Hot Springs
  • Shuttle Service
  • Within 5 min of Station
  • Internet Available
  • Wifi Available

Ryokan Onuma has 8 unique baths for guests to enjoy, including a private open-air bath in the garden that has waters flowing directly from the hot spring source.
From those, 5 are available for private use! Realign your mind and body in the hot springs at this cozy and traditional hot springs lodge.

- Baths
Ryokan Onuma features 2 alkaline springs. 1 of them is a pure alkaline spring that Ryokan Onuma has used as its own hot spring source since it was established. Even during the Great East Japan earthquake, when there was no power, this hot spring continued to flow naturally. The other spring is a shared alkaline/chloride/sulfate spring used by several establishments of the Higashi Naruko Onsen area. Alkaline springs are the representative of hot springs that have effects for beautifying the skin.
- Using the Lodging’s Private Baths
The lodging’s 5 private baths do not require a reservation.
The baths are fitted with locks, so when they are open, if you go in and lock it, you can enjoy private use. The heated floor steam bath, which uses the heat from the hot spring, is also a guest favorite.
- ‘Mori no Yu’ Private Bath
On the hill behind the lodging, there is a small, private open-air bath where guests can indulge in the bath waters.
Enjoy a state of refreshment for both mind and body from having a pleasant soak.
*Soap is not provided. Thank you for your understanding.
*For those that wish to use the ‘Mori no Yu’ bath, please either select a plan that includes access to the ‘Mori no Yu’ bath or make a request to use the bath at the front desk during your stay.
*Due to time regulations, please leave the bath shuttle times to the lodging.

- Guestrooms
Guestroom amenities:
For guestroom bookings that include meals, towels, bath towels, toothbrushes, and yukata are included.
Hair dryers and razors are provided in the bath areas.
Wi-Fi is available for free.

Room Type Offers and benefits Capacity Meals Payment Price Room  

Japanese-style Room (Type C, Annex)

Hot water pot

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  • Room Size: 0 m²

1 night 1 Adult 0 Child 0 Infant

Soup & 3 Side Dish Set Dinner + Mori no Yu Bath Access Plan

Child Policy: Children allowed

1-2 2meals per night (dinner, breakfast) Payment on arrival

from JPY 9,500

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1 night 1 Adult 0 Child 0 Infant

Handmade Kaiseki Course Dinner + Mori no Yu Bath Access Plan

Child Policy: Children allowed

1-2 2meals per night (dinner, breakfast) Payment on arrival

from JPY 9,800

Japanese-style Room (Type B, Main Building) *No toilet in room

Hot water pot

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  • Room Size: 0 m²

1 night 1 Adult 0 Child 0 Infant

Handmade Kaiseki Course Dinner + Mori no Yu Bath Access Plan

Child Policy: Children allowed

1-4 2meals per night (dinner, breakfast) Payment on arrival

from JPY 12,000

1 night 2 Adult 0 Child 0 Infant

Soup & 3 Side Dish Set Dinner + Mori no Yu Bath Access Plan

Child Policy: Children allowed

2-4 2meals per night (dinner, breakfast) Payment on arrival

from JPY 22,000

Japanese-style Room (Type A, Main Building) *Has toilet

Toilet, Hot water pot

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1 night 2 Adult 0 Child 0 Infant

Soup & 3 Side Dish Set Dinner + Mori no Yu Bath Access Plan

Child Policy: Children allowed

2-6 2meals per night (dinner, breakfast) Payment on arrival

from JPY 26,000

1 night 2 Adult 0 Child 0 Infant

Handmade Kaiseki Course Dinner + Mori no Yu Bath Access Plan

Child Policy: Children allowed

2-6 2meals per night (dinner, breakfast) Payment on arrival

from JPY 28,000

Facility Info

- By train:
Tokyo Station → (2 hr 10 min by Shinkansen) → Furukawa Station → (45 min via Rikuu East Line) → Naruko-Goten-yu Station
Akita Station → (2 hr 10 min via limited express train on Ou Main Line) → Shinjo Station → (1 hr 10 min via Rikuu East Line) → Naruko-Goten-yu Station
Yamagata Station → (1 hr via limited express train on Ou Main Line) → Shinjo Station → (1 hr 10 min via Rikuu East Line) → Naruko-Goten-yu Station
Morioka Station → (1 hr by Shinkansen) → Furukawa Station → (45 min via Rikuu East Line) → Naruko-Goten-yu Station
- By Rikuu East Line Resort Train ‘Minori’
From Sendai Station to Naruko-Goten-yu Station it takes about 1 hr 45 min. All seats are reserved. To use this, please purchase a reserved seat ticket.
*It is about 5 min on foot from Naruko-Goten-yu Station to Ryokan Onuma.

- From Sendai Airport:
Sendai Airport → (airport access lines) → Sendai Station → (expressway bus) → Naruko Onsen
- Non-stop expressway bus
No transfers! From Sendai to Naruko it takes 1 hr 22 min. One-way fare is JPY 1,200.
Internet Free, LAN internet, Wifi
Access & Parking Shuttle service (reservation required), Shuttle service, , Free parking
Open-air Baths Open-air baths
Guide Dogs Allowed

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