Hotels Near Denpachisobaya

Hotels Near Denpachisobaya In Kaminoyama

4/5Very Good2 Reviews
4.51km from downtown
This Japanese-style in features a rustic atmosphere and offers a range of tradition accommodation including deluxe suites complete with open-air hot spring baths.
FromUS$126
5/5Perfect27 Reviews
4.52km from downtown
The Koyo is a larger, traditional Japanese Onsen Hotel built 70 years ago. Free valet parking is available upon arrival. Parts of the building were recently renovated; our room was brand new with a nice smell of wood. There is a fridge in the room which can be replenished by various things sold by vending machines or gift shop in the ground floor. There are two public onsen, one in the ground floor, one in the top floor. I recommend to choose a room with private onsen, offering you a nice view on mount Zao. We enjoyed our stay and would choose Koyo again. That said, take notice this place cannot cater special food requests as there is one set menu for dinner (which is served in a large banquet hall). Various places to eat can be reached by car within a few minutes, probably the better choice. As in many japanese hotels, latest breakfast is at 0830h (buffet style) and check-out is at 10h.
FromUS$87
4.5/5Excellent8 Reviews
4.57km from downtown
The name Meigetsuso literally means “Inn of the Harvest Moon,”and here you can enjoy watching the moon wax and wane above the magnificent Zao mountain range.Our twenty guest rooms are spacious and comfortable,and some rooms include their own private open-air hot-spring baths.Yamagata is one of the most famous rice-producing regions in Japan,and guests can select their own local wine or sakeby visiting the Sakagura wine cellar before dinner,then enjoy it with their meal.
FromUS$1,024
4.9/5Perfect24 Reviews
4.58km from downtown
I stayed in a room with foot bath and hot springs. I was able to disinfect my fingers at the entrance and disinfect the room at the front desk. In addition, it was the impression that Nakai would take care of the hot spring, such as the guide of the room at the front desk to prevent infection, and it was the impression that the countermeasure was firm. I was a little lost in a quite large building. I saw the mountain of Zao and had a good view from foot bath and hot springs. It was hot water. The female amenities had local cosmetics trials. I don't know because I don't use a large bath. I think the dishes were the amount of couples who were full in the morning and evening. Dinner was a plan to choose steak meat and rice. I think there is another plan. I was very good value for money because of go to travel. You may not stay in a room with a hot spring many times. . . But it was a hot spring that I wanted to stay again. It's a hard time, but I want you to work hard. Thank you.
FromUS$279
4.5/5Excellent1 Reviews
4.69km from downtown
The breakfast is a typical Japanese breakfast. The room is very comfortable. The tatami mats and thick quilts are so exploding. The service attitude is also very good. We went on New Year's Day. We only stayed for one day without opening the door around. I want to stay there if I can. Be sure to come in winter, the snow scene is great, the traffic is super convenient, and the station is right next to it
FromUS$39
3.3/53 Reviews
4.78km from downtown
We have a large bath and an open-air bath, you can get a command of a panonramic view of Zao mountain. You can see the garden from every room. We offer the Japanese food of each season and Yamagata beef. Please come and relax at our Japanese style hotel.
FromUS$226
5/5Perfect4 Reviews
4.79km from downtown
The Oyado Morinone is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. The Oyado Morinone offers a pleasant stay in Kaminoyama for those traveling for business or leisure. With JR Kaminoyama Onsen Station just 2km away and Yamagata Airport only 43km away, transportation is very convenient. Famous local attractions Kurikawainari Shrine, Kagami Cycle and 高松観音, can all be reached with a short walk. In their spare time, guests can explore the hotel's surroundings. Guests of this Kaminoyama hotel can make use of the parking facilities. According to our trusted guests, the facilities at this hotel are first-rate.
FromUS$176
4.1/5Very Good13 Reviews
4.99km from downtown
The 2-star Fujiya Ryokan offers comfort and convenience whether you're on business or holiday in Yamagata. Both business travelers and tourists can enjoy the hotel's facilities and services. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour front desk, car park, vending machine, shops are just some of the facilities on offer. Some of the well-appointed guestrooms feature internet access – wireless (complimentary), air conditioning, heating, telephone, television LCD/plasma screen. Access to the hotel's hot spring bath will further enhance your satisfying stay. Fujiya Ryokan combines warm hospitality with a lovely ambiance to make your stay in Yamagata unforgettable.
FromUS$80
3.8/529 Reviews
5.91km from downtown
Stop at Azumaya Ryokan to discover the wonders of Yamagata. The hotel offers a wide range of amenities and perks to ensure you have a great time. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour front desk, car park, meeting facilities, restaurant are on the list of things guests can enjoy. Guestrooms are designed to provide an optimal level of comfort with welcoming decor and some offering convenient amenities like television LCD/plasma screen, internet access – wireless (complimentary), air conditioning, heating, wake-up service. To enhance guests' stay, the hotel offers recreational facilities such as sauna, hot spring bath. Convenience and comfort makes Azumaya Ryokan the perfect choice for your stay in Yamagata.
FromUS$74
4.6/5Outstanding16 Reviews
5.94km from downtown
My friend and I stayed in Arimakan for two nights. It was the first time for us going north in Japan and we did know next to nothing about Yamagata or Kaminoyama. The Arimakan staff was super friendly and girls from Taiwan and Thailand are supporting the Japanese employees with translation to ensure smooth communication with foreign guests. We got great advice for what to do in the area and where to go. The Kaminoyama Castle and a street with old samurai houses are just a 10 minute walk from Arimakan. We were surprised to meet other guests around our age. Usually, you only meet a bunch of elderly or middle-aged people in places like Arimakan. The building, while kind of retro, is very clean and bright. We felt welcome from the moment we entered. The staff is very friendly and helpful and our rooms were super nice with a great view of the surrounding mountains. We especially liked the beds instead of futons, as we both had our share of "experiencing traditional Japanese sleeping" on the floor. The baths are nice and warm. (Trivia: Apparently, Arimakan owns the source of the hot spring in the area.) They rotate the baths for men and women and the outside baths on the roof can be reserved for private use in the evening. The best part, however, was the vegetarian meal option. If you ever found a Japanese restaurant that shows understanding for your (self-imposed) dietary restrictions, you were probably either in a very very touristy area or incredibly lucky. Usually, they just tell you in a very friendly manner, that their traditional cooking is not suitable for a vegetarian and are generally not very willing to compromise. In Arimakan, however, we got a full course evening meal with no meat or fish. A very colorful and tasty variation of vegetables, tofu dishes, soup, and noodles. We will definitely come again!
FromUS$111
5/5Perfect7 Reviews
9.38km from downtown
I was taken care of with my parents for the first time. It was a hot spring as a reputation, but the evaluation of the inn will fall depending on the following. It was good to have food, service, staff, hot water and any of them, so please improve only 2 points. ① Blue sheet in the courtyard (which is on the wood so that it doesn't get wet in snow) → Yes, but the blue sheet is cheap and will image the disaster. Change color, please move elsewhere. ② No dinner writing → The meal was very good in the private room, but there is no writing. It is also a recreational center now. How many kinds of food came out, and it was a pity that I didn't know exactly what it was now.
FromUS$104
3.5/51 Reviews
9.38km from downtown
With newly renovated rooms and a great location in the heart of Akayu hot springs, this hotel is proud of its own hot spring and cuisines. The menu includes Japanese kaiseki dishes made with seasonal ingredients at their peak. For breakfast, freshly pounded mochi is served.
FromUS$64

Hotels Near Denpachisobaya In Kaminoyama Review

5/527 Reviews
The Koyo is a larger, traditional Japanese Onsen Hotel built 70 years ago. Free valet parking is available upon arrival. Parts of the building were recently renovated; our room was brand new with a nice smell of wood. There is a fridge in the room which can be replenished by various things sold by vending machines or gift shop in the ground floor. There are two public onsen, one in the ground floor, one in the top floor. I recommend to choose a room with private onsen, offering you a nice view on mount Zao. We enjoyed our stay and would choose Koyo again. That said, take notice this place cannot cater special food requests as there is one set menu for dinner (which is served in a large banquet hall). Various places to eat can be reached by car within a few minutes, probably the better choice. As in many japanese hotels, latest breakfast is at 0830h (buffet style) and check-out is at 10h.
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FromUS$87
4.9/524 Reviews
I stayed in a room with foot bath and hot springs. I was able to disinfect my fingers at the entrance and disinfect the room at the front desk. In addition, it was the impression that Nakai would take care of the hot spring, such as the guide of the room at the front desk to prevent infection, and it was the impression that the countermeasure was firm. I was a little lost in a quite large building. I saw the mountain of Zao and had a good view from foot bath and hot springs. It was hot water. The female amenities had local cosmetics trials. I don't know because I don't use a large bath. I think the dishes were the amount of couples who were full in the morning and evening. Dinner was a plan to choose steak meat and rice. I think there is another plan. I was very good value for money because of go to travel. You may not stay in a room with a hot spring many times. . . But it was a hot spring that I wanted to stay again. It's a hard time, but I want you to work hard. Thank you.
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FromUS$279
4.6/516 Reviews
My friend and I stayed in Arimakan for two nights. It was the first time for us going north in Japan and we did know next to nothing about Yamagata or Kaminoyama. The Arimakan staff was super friendly and girls from Taiwan and Thailand are supporting the Japanese employees with translation to ensure smooth communication with foreign guests. We got great advice for what to do in the area and where to go. The Kaminoyama Castle and a street with old samurai houses are just a 10 minute walk from Arimakan. We were surprised to meet other guests around our age. Usually, you only meet a bunch of elderly or middle-aged people in places like Arimakan. The building, while kind of retro, is very clean and bright. We felt welcome from the moment we entered. The staff is very friendly and helpful and our rooms were super nice with a great view of the surrounding mountains. We especially liked the beds instead of futons, as we both had our share of "experiencing traditional Japanese sleeping" on the floor. The baths are nice and warm. (Trivia: Apparently, Arimakan owns the source of the hot spring in the area.) They rotate the baths for men and women and the outside baths on the roof can be reserved for private use in the evening. The best part, however, was the vegetarian meal option. If you ever found a Japanese restaurant that shows understanding for your (self-imposed) dietary restrictions, you were probably either in a very very touristy area or incredibly lucky. Usually, they just tell you in a very friendly manner, that their traditional cooking is not suitable for a vegetarian and are generally not very willing to compromise. In Arimakan, however, we got a full course evening meal with no meat or fish. A very colorful and tasty variation of vegetables, tofu dishes, soup, and noodles. We will definitely come again!
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FromUS$111
4.7/51 Reviews
The food was very good, and the owner and his wife served very warm and thoughtful. The living conditions are average and the rooms are small, but everyone goes skiing and is basically absent during the day.
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FromUS$65
4.5/51 Reviews
The breakfast is a typical Japanese breakfast. The room is very comfortable. The tatami mats and thick quilts are so exploding. The service attitude is also very good. We went on New Year's Day. We only stayed for one day without opening the door around. I want to stay there if I can. Be sure to come in winter, the snow scene is great, the traffic is super convenient, and the station is right next to it
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FromUS$39