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Momijiya Bekkan Kawa no Iori
Momijiya Bekkan Kawa no Iori
Just a 50-minute drive from Kyoto Station. Takao is called Kyoto's inner parlor. This peaceful, old ryokan (Japanese-style hotel) is located across the suspension bridge. This ryokan offers plans without dinner, but asks guests to be aware that because of its remote location deep in the mountains, there are no restaurants in the surrounding area. The ryokan can later accept separate requests for meals; however initially booking the plan including breakfast and dinner is recommended as it is a better value.

There is a Japanese/Western-style guestroom with an open-air bath where guests can enjoy the sweeping view of autumn leaves all to themselves and a wooden deck where guests can relax during warm seasons. There is also a Japanese-style room with 2 adjoining rooms which is the closest guestroom to the river in the entire hotel.

This room has an open-air bath from which guests can look out on the Kiyotaki River, and from early June to early July, guests can enjoy seeing Japanese fireflies from their rooms and the open-air baths. After the hotel lights go out, enjoy watching the fireflies wondrously flying about
Breakfast will be served in the restaurant or banquet halls.

Guests must contact the lodge before 18:00 on their day of arrival. Guests who do not make contact prior to 19:00 will not receive an evening meal.
How to get there?
From Kyoto Station: 45 min by JR bus.
By car: 30 min from Kyoto City, Route 162, or Arashiyama Takao Park Way.

Shuttle Bus Service: Pick-up from nearest station (airport/port)
- Pick-up (Bus/Mini Bus)
Boarding Time: 15:00 - 17:00 (advance notification) / Boarding Area: Uzumasa Tenjingawa Station / Required: from 1 person / Remark: reservation required by the day prior Schedule: 15:00, 16:00, 17:00 (only 16:00 for November)
Pick-up (Bus/Mini Bus)
Boarding Time: 15:10 - 17:10 (advance notification) / Boarding Area: JR Hanazono Station / Required: from 1 person / Remark: reservation required by the day prior Schedule: 15:10, 16:10, 17:10 (only 16:10 for November)
- Drop-off (Bus/Mini Bus)
Boarding Time: Schedule / Drop-off Area: JR Hanazono Station / Required: from 1 person / Remark: only 9:20 for November
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.
Hotel & Resorts Kyoto Miyazu
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.
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.
Syoenso Hozukawatei
Syoenso Hozukawatei
Located at Yunohana Onsen hot spring resort in Kameoka. Local produce and seasonal ingredients like pork meat and Tamba pine mushroom are popular delicacies.
How to get there?
From Kameoka Station (JR Sanin Main Line/Sagano Line): Take a bus bound for Sonobe via Hatta to the Yunohana-Onsen bus stop (about 20 min).
ANA Crowne Plaza Hotel Kyoto
ANA Crowne Plaza Hotel Kyoto
As the hotel is located right in front of World Heritage Site Nijo Castle in the heart of Kyoto, it is in a very convenient location where guests can take the city bus and subway to various sightseeing areas.
There is a shuttle bus running from Kyoto Station direct to the hotel every 15 minutes, so even on rainy days, guests can arrive without getting wet.
There are a wide variety of guestrooms, from standard rooms to suites. Among them, the deluxe type guestrooms which feature a view of Nijo Castle are quite popular.
The lodging features 5 restaurants: Japanese cuisine, Chinese cuisine, French cuisine, teppanyaki, and a cafe restaurant (buffet and à la carte).
In addition to those, there is the Koto Lounge where you can relax while gazing out at a waterfall, and the Castle Gate bar where you can enjoy a leisurely time with your favorite drink.
The hotel staff look forward to welcoming all guests.
How to get there?
From Nijojo-mae Station (Tozai Subway Line): 1 min on foot.
By car: 10 km from Meishin Expressway Kyoto-minami IC.
*Pick-up/Drop-off Shuttle Bus Service
Refer to the link below for information on the shuttle bus service between JR Kyoto Station and the hotel.
Shuttle Bus Service
Business Hotel Amabile
Business Hotel Amabile
Business Hotel Amabile is conveniently located just a 5-minute walk from a number of restaurants and bars, and offers spacious guest rooms and a peaceful environment. Guests at this hotel can look forward to relaxing in one of the hotel's large communal baths.
How to get there?
From Higashi Maizuru Station (JR Maizuru Line): About 10 min on foot; 5 min by taxi at around JPY 620.
By car: Exit the Maizuru-Wakasa Expressway at Maizuru-higashi IC and continue along Route 27 towards Higashi Maizuru Station. Turn right at the intersection with the Ramen Tenkaippin shop and left at the next set of traffic lights.
Hotel Royal Hill Fukuchiyama & Spa
Hotel Royal Hill Fukuchiyama & Spa
A city resort hotel on a hill with a nice view of Fukuchiyama City. Relax in our natural hot springs and forget about the wearies of the day.
How to get there?
From JR Fukuchiyama Station: Approximately 8 minutes by taxi.
R Inn Ayabe
R Inn Ayabe
Conveniently located just 1 minute on foot from Ayabe Station, this hotel offers great access to transport for sightseeing around the Kinki region. Enjoy stylish accommodation and a peaceful environment at the R Inn Ayabe.
How to get there?
From Ayabe Station (JR Sanin Line): 1 minute on foot.
JR Ayabe Station is about 60 min from JR Kyoto Station via JR limited express (fare at around JPY 2,500).
By car: Exit the Maizuru-Wakasa Expressway at the Ayabe IC and continue for about 5 minutes towards Ayabe Station North Exit.
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.
Rurikei Onsen for Rest Resort
Rurikei Onsen for Rest Resort
This lodging is about 1 hour from the Keihanshin (Kyoto, Osaka, and Kobe) region! Enjoy natural hot springs and kaiseki cuisine at a spa resort located 550 meters above sea level!
How to get there?
From Sonobe Station (JR San'in Main Line), West Exit: Take a bus bound for Rurikei Onsen to the Rurikei Onsen bus stop (about 30 min). It is about 1 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Kyoto Jukan Expressway from Chiyokawa IC and take Prefectural Route 73, then National Route 372 for about 15 km (about 30 min), and then Prefectural Route 453, and Prefectural Route 54.
Urban Hotel Kyoto-Shijo Premium
Urban Hotel Kyoto-Shijo Premium
Located at the center of Kyoto City, conveniently situated right in front of the bus stop. There is a restaurant with an open atmosphere, as well as a fitness center. Relieve travel fatigue with a soak in the large communal bath with sauna.
How to get there?
From Shijo Station (Kyoto Municipal Subway Karasuma Line), Exit 25: about 8 min on foot.
By car: Exit the Meishin Expressway at Kyoto-minami IC and take National Route 1 for about 5 km (approx. 15 min) then Prefectural Route 38 for about 1 km (approx. 5 min).
Hanayashiki Ukifune-en
Hanayashiki Ukifune-en
A quiet hotel which stands at the beautiful sight of the Uji River. They will offer you a scenery that will make you forget about time, and traditional full-scale Kyoto dining succeeded as a culinary ryokan (traditional Japanese-style inn).

(Guestrooms)
Hanayashiki Ukifune-en is a lovely flower located in the village of Uji.
All guestrooms at Hanayashiki Ukifune-en look out over Uji River, so guests can see the To-no-Shima Island located on the beautiful Uji River.
Guests can enjoy the charming change of the seasons with cherry blossoms in full bloom at Byodo-in Temple during the spring, the clear waters of Uji River during the summer, the beautiful fall leaves of the mountains during the autumn, and snowy landscapes during the winter.
And all guestrooms are decorated with tea flowers. Enjoy a quiet stay while gazing out at Uji River.

(Facilities)
Enjoy the scenery of Kyoto and Uji throughout the seasons.
The Sawarabi no Yu and Hoo no Yu baths - which feature a theme of comfortable relaxation - use black silica.
Both the Sawarabi no Yu and Hoo no Yu baths have been renovated.
The Sawarabi no Yu Bath has a new open-air bath, and the Hoo no Yu Bath also has a new sauna. Enjoy a relaxing soak in the waters and steam while gazing out at Uji River.

(Vicinity)
- The Tale of Genji Museum, Uji City (15 minutes on foot)
- 13-tiered Stone Pagoda (5 minutes on foot)
- Uji Shrine (5 minutes by car)
- Ujigami Shrine (5 minutes by car)
In the Uji River Nakanoshima vicinity, there are cafes, Japanese-sweets cafes, and more where guests can savor green tea soba noodles and green tea dango dumplings, two specialties of the area.
Enjoy Hanayashiki Ukifune-en located along the picturesque riverbank of Uji River!
How to get there?
By JR
From Kyoto Station to Uji: About 17 min (via rapid-service train).
From Osaka Station to Uji: About 60 min.
From Nara Station to Uji: About 42 min.

By Private Railway
[Keihan Railway]
From Yodoyabashi Station (Osaka) to Uji: About 60 min.
From Sanjo Station to Uji: About 35 min.
From Gion-shijo Station to Uji: About 25 min.
[Kintetsu Railway]
From Okubo Station: About 15 min by car.

By Car
[From Osaka/Chugoku Areas]
From Meishin Expressway Oyamazaki Junction take the Keiji Bypass. Then exit from Uji-nishi IC and head towards the Byodo-in Temple/Amagase Dam area for about 15 min to the lodging.
[From Kanto/Hokuriku Areas]
From Meishin Expressway Seta-higashi IC take the Keiji Bypass, exit from the Uji-higashi IC, and it is about 5 min to the lodging.
From the Kinki Expressway, it is convenient to travel via Kadoma Junction Daini Keihan Road. When traveling from the Osaka area on the Meishin Expressway, please travel along the Left Route. Please note that when traveling from the Oyamazaki area along the Keiji Bypass you cannot get off at the Uji-higashi IC.
Aiso
Aiso
The hotel is located just a 3-minute walk from Byodoin on the Uji River. Visitors in the summer can witness the famous art of fishing with cormorants. Guest meals include steamed rice with eel and soba noodles made with Uji tea. The hotel also prepares delicious grilled sweetfish dishes.

From July 1, 2017 to the end of September 2017, guests of this hotel will be able to view cormorant fishing on the Uji River, located directly in front of the hotel (separate charge).

Vegetarians or others with special dietary restrictions are requested to let the hotel know in advance so that they may make apropriate preparations.
How to get there?
From Uji Station (JR Nara Line): 15 min on foot.
From Byodoin: 3 min on foot.
Hashidate Bay Hotel
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.
Urban Hotel Kyoto
Urban Hotel Kyoto
Only a 15-minute walk to Fushimi Inari Shrine! The hotel also has great access to the Higashiyama and Gion areas.
Free Wi-Fi is available in all guestrooms. Rental bicycles are available from 9:00 to 19:00. A convenience store is located right in front of the hotel. There is a Japanese restaurant in the hotel where guests can eat sushi and other Japanese food.
How to get there?
From JR Kyoto Station: Take JR Nara Line, and get off at JR Inari Station. It is 12 min on foot from there.
From JR Kyoto Station: Take City Bus No. 南(South)5, and get off at Ryukoku-Daigakumae bus stop. It is 3 min on foot from there.
From Fukakusa Station (Keihan Line): 5 min on foot.
From Kuinabashi Station (Subway): 15 min on foot.
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.
Hotel Sunroute Fukuchiyama
Hotel Sunroute Fukuchiyama
This hotel is located in Fukuchiyama, the largest industrial city in the Kita-kinki region. Guests can expect safety, security, and comfort at this hotel.
How to get there?
From Fukuchiyama Station (JR Fukuchiyama Line) North Exit: About 3 minutes on foot.
By car: Exit the Maizuru-Wakasa Expressway at Fukuchiyama IC and continue along Route 9 for about 10 minutes (5 km).
Hotel Kitanoya
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.
Kyoto Fushimimomoyama Onsen Tsukimikan
Kyoto Fushimimomoyama Onsen Tsukimikan
On the bank of the quiet Uji River, this Japanese-style hotel has hot springs and is located in a town with delicious sake and water. The number of open-air baths has been increased, so please enjoy the water and tastes of this hotel to the fullest.
How to get there?
From Kangetsukyo Station (Keihan-Dentetsu Uji Line): 2 minutes on foot.
Seikiro Ryokan Historical Museum Hotel
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.
Keizankaku
Keizankaku
This inn offers a superb base for activities such as taking a boat down the Hozu River, traveling by rail car, and visiting Sasayama in Little Kyoto or Kayabuki-no-sato Kitamura. Enjoy traditional, seasonal cuisine served and the atmosphere of Tamba.
How to get there?
From Kameoka Station (JR Sagano Line), South Exit: Take a Hatta Route bus to Undo Koen Terminal. Then take a Keihan Kyoto Kotsu Bus to the Chaya bus stop. It is about 1 minute on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Kyoto Jukan Expressway at Kameoka IC and continue along Route 372 for about 5 km (about 7 minutes).
Miyako City Kintetsu Kyoto Station (Formerly: Hotel Kintetsu Kyoto Station)
Miyako City Kintetsu Kyoto Station (Formerly: Hotel Kintetsu Kyoto Station)
This is a stylish hotel that is directly accessible from Kyoto Station. The hotel is built directly above the station so it is incredibly convenient as a base for sightseeing and business. Located just a 30-second walk from the Hachijo Gate of Kyoto Station for the JR, Shinkansen, and Kintetsu Railway. In a great location just a 3-minute walk from Kyoto Subway Station.
This is a convenient hotel located within the station, so you won’t get wet when it's raining. And, because it is directly connected to Kyoto Station, guests can also enjoy an impressive view of the trains. All guestrooms are equipped with free Wi-Fi.
How to get there?
From JR Kyoto Station, Shinkansen Central Exit: about 1 min on foot.
By car: Exit the Meishin Expressway at Kyoto-minami IC and continue along Route 1 for about 15 min. Landmark: Kyoto Station.
R Inn Fukuchiyama
R Inn Fukuchiyama
An APA Partner Hotel, this inn provides excellent transportation access, as it is located just a minute away fom the JR Fukuchiyama Station. There is a convenience store on the station's south exit. There is also a free bath ticket to the Fukuchiyama Onsen (no pick up/drop off service).
How to get there?
From Fukuchiyama Station (JR San-in Line, JR Fukuchiyama Line): about 1 minute on foot. Leave the station through the south side ticket gates and you will immediately see in front this 9-story inn.
By car: Exit the Maizuru Wakasa Expressway at Fukuchiyama IC and continue along Route 9 towards JR Fukuchiyama Station.
Kyoto Hot Spring Hatoya Zuihokaku Hotel
Kyoto Hot Spring Hatoya Zuihokaku Hotel
This is a Japanese hotel located in the center of a sightseeing area, about a 5-minute walk from Kyoto Station.
The top floor features the only natural hot spring in the Kyoto Station area. A semi open-air bath is also available, so please enjoy it at your leisure. And for meals, guests are served Kyoto-style cuisine prepared with seasonal ingredients.
How to get there?
From Kyoto Station (JR Tokaido Line), Karasuma Central Exit: About 5 min on foot or about 3 min by taxi.
Monjuso
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.
Amanohashidate Hotel
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.
Shourotei
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.
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.
Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kyoto-Ekimae
Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kyoto-Ekimae
Opening in a superb location, in front of Kyoto Station. This hotel places emphasis on design and service befitting a Kyoto hotel, with hotel staff attend to guests in elegant kimono with fine Nishijin sashes.
How to get there?
From Kyoto Station (JR Tokaido Shinkansen), Central Exit: About 4 min on foot.
By car: About 5 km (about 16 min) from Meishin Expressway Kyoto-minami IC.
Sakamotoya (Amanohashidate)
Sakamotoya (Amanohashidate)
“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.
Genmyoan
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.
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.
Togetsu-tei
Togetsu-tei
Founded in 1898 during Meiji era (1868-1912), Togetsu Tei, one among the best hotels for strolling in Sagano, is situated at Togetsubashi Minamizume. Inside the hotel, Kitayama Maruta (Kyoto's symbolic tree used in traditional buildings) are all over the place. Scents of Oko (Japanese incense) and sounds of Koto (Traditional Japanese stringed musical instrument) reproduce the true Kyoto atmosphere.
Hot spring water will be available in the Shuzankaku 1st floor large communal baths from 16:00 to 0:00 (midnight) and from 6:00 to 9:00.
How to get there?
From JR Kyoto Station: Take the JR Sagano Line to Saga-Arashiyama Station (15 min), and it is 15 min on foot from there.

Shuttle Service
JR Saga-Arashiyama Station == Hotel
Pick-up hours (to hotel): 15:00-19:00
**Please note that shuttle service will not be available during busy periods such as weekends and days in which there are traffic restrictions.
(Current as of Aug. 2014)
Minshuku Ohara Sanso
Minshuku Ohara Sanso
This hot spring is slightly alkaline and is kind to the skin. There are rock and cypress baths which are rotated between men and women in the morning and evening, as well as a private bath.
How to get there?
From Kyoto Station (JR Tokaido Line) Karasuma Central Exit: Take the Kyoto Bus Route 17 bound for Yase Ohara and get off at the last stop, Ohara Bus Station (about 60 minutes). It takes about 15 minutes on foot, or 5 minutes by taxi from there.
By car: Exit the Meishin Expressway at Kyoto-higashi IC and continue along National Route 367 for about 50 minutes (18 km), then Prefectural Routes 40 and 108 for about 5 minutes (2 km). Head towards Jakko-in Temple.
Charoku Bekkan
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.
Hotel Vista Premio Kyoto Kawaramachi St.
Hotel Vista Premio Kyoto Kawaramachi St.
This hotel is located in Sanjo Kawaramachi at the heart of Kyoto. With the Kamo River about 5 minutes on foot and the Nishiki Market and Gion about 10 minutes on foot, it is also an ideal base for sightseeing. Near the hotel is a bus stop for the municipal bus which goes to sightseeing spots.
There is a shopping street near the hotel, which has plenty of shops and restaurants where visitors can enjoy shopping for souvenirs and trying out local food. On site are coin laundry machines, vending machines, and Wi-Fi connection. Various sightseeing maps are also provided.

Guestrooms are in modern Japanese style, with Kyoto-style chairs and Japanese-style lighting.
Air purifier, electric kettle, dryer, towels and pajamas are provided in the guestrooms.
Elevators can be used only by those with keycards to access the guestrooms. While the automated entrance doors are locked late at night, those with keycards may leave or enter at any time.

There are 2 restaurants in the hotel. One of them, Restaurant Mokumoku, serves breakfast to staying guests. Breakfast is a buffet that mainly features local vegetables good for the health.

Stations near the hotel:
- Kyoto Shiyakusho-mae Station (Kyoto Municipal Subway): 5 min on foot heading south along Kawaramachi-dori.
- Kawaramachi Station (Hankyu Railway): 5 min on foot heading north along Kawaramachi-dori (Hankyu Line when going to Arashiyama).
- Keihan Sanjo Station (Keihan Line); 5 min on foot heading west along Sanjo-dori.
How to get there?
From JR Kyoto Station: Take the Karasuma Subway Line to Karasuma Oike Station (about 5 min). Then take the Tozai Subway Line to Kyoto Shiyakusho-mae Station (about 2 min). Exit via the Kawaramachi South Exit. It is about 5 min on foot or 1 min by taxi from there.
By car: About 15 min from Meishin Expressway Kyoto-higashi IC. Head towards Mina Kyoto.
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.
Charoku Honkan
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.
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.
Via Inn Kyotoeki Hachijoguchi
Via Inn Kyotoeki Hachijoguchi
This hotel is just a 2-minute walk from the Hachijo Exit of Kyoto Station on the Shinkansen Line. This hotel is convenient for getting around as it provides access to JR, Kintetsu, and subway lines, and also has route buses to popular sightseeing spots.
How to get there?
From Osaka International (Itami) Airport: Take an airport limousine bus bound for Kyoto Station Hajicho Exit from the airport bus stop to Kyoto Station Hachijo Exit (about 55 min). It is about 2 min on foot from there.
By Car: Exit the Meishin Expressway at Kyoto-minami IC and continue on Route 1 for about 5 km (about 20 min).
APA Hotel Kyoto-Ekihigashi (All rooms non-smoking)
APA Hotel Kyoto-Ekihigashi (All rooms non-smoking)
This hotel will open on Tuesday, December 10, 2019!
How to get there?
From Osaka International Airport: About 50 min by taxi at around JPY 16,000 (as of June 2019).
From Kyoto Station (JR Lines, Municipal Subway Karasuma Line, Kintetsu Kyoto Line): About 1 min on foot.
By car: Exit the Meishin Expressway from Kyoto-minami IC.
the b kyoto shijo
the b kyoto shijo
Newly opened in the Shijo-Omiya area of Kyoto, a city alive with history and tradition with a fusion of modern culture. With its easily accessible location, this lodging is perfect as a base for your Kyoto travels, whether they're for business or sightseeing.
How to get there?
By car: Exit the Meishin Expressway from Kyoto-minami IC and take Route 1 for about 3 km (about 10 min), and then Horikawa-dori for about 3 km (about 10 min).
From JR Kyoto Station: Take the municipal subway Karasuma Line bound for Kokusaikaikan to Shijo Station (about 3 min). From there, walk to Karasuma Station and take the Hankyu Kyoto Main Line bound for Umeda to Omiya Station (about 2 min). Leave from Exit 3 and it is about 2 min on foot from there.

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