Hotels Near Indo Shoku In Aizuwakamatsu

4/5Very Good5 Reviews
1.7km from Indo Shoku
Hotel Takako is located in Aizu-Wakamatsu and takes about 5 minute by car from Aizu-Wakamatsu Station, near Convenience Store and Aizu-Wakamatsu Castle. Free WiFi is available in the guest rooms. Guests may borrow trouser pressers and humidifiers at no additional charge (please inquire at the front desk for details). Facility includes a washing machine. The hotel also has a vending machine corner. A restaurant offering local cuisine is available for guests. Pre-ordered breakfast is served on the 2nd floor. The hotel possesses 54 rooms.
FromUS$41.00
3.2/51 Reviews
1.82km from Indo Shoku
Property Location Located in Aizuwakamatsu, Nakamachi Fuji Grand Hotel is minutes from Suehiro Sake Brewery and close to Aizu Tourist Information Centre. This hotel is within close proximity of Aizu Sake Brewing Museum and Aizuwakamatsu Castle. Rooms Stay in one of 148 guestrooms featuring flat-screen televisions. High-speed (wired) Internet access (surcharge) is available to keep you connected. Conveniences include phones and desks. Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as a sauna, or other amenities including complimentary wireless Internet access and an arcade/game room.
FromUS$45.00
4.2/5Very Good1 Reviews
1.83km from Indo Shoku
Facing Hideo Noguchi's Seishun Road, in the center of town. Tsuruga Castle and the shopping district are within walking distance.
FromUS$36.00
3.5/55 Reviews
1.95km from Indo Shoku
Yukkura Inn is located a 15-minute drive from the Aizu-Wakamatsu interchange on the Ban-Etsu Expressway via National Route 49. The nearest train Station is the JR Aizu-Wakamatsu Station. The hotel offers affordable, non-serviced accomodation, ideal for single and business travelers. Guests can relax in the hotel's very own "Cave Bath." Japanese cuisine prepared using local ingredients is served. The public onsen in the hotel's annex is also available for use. Western and semi-Western style rooms are available. Internet is available in the lounge.
FromUS$37.00
4.6/5Outstanding3 Reviews
2.03km from Indo Shoku
Arriving at the hotel on the free shuttle from the station, our first impression wasn't good to say the least. The exterior is drab and in need of a spruce up. On entering we were more assured since the lobby floor is updated and quite bright, with a fine artificial flower arrangement. Check in was a breeze and the front staff helpful and cheery. Our room was on the 5th floor and our mouths dropped on entry. We must have had the smallest twin in the hotel and it, too, was in desperate need of refurbishment. The carpet was quite stained and the bathroom tiny. We soon made our way to the onsen baths on the 3rd floor. Our spirits were again lifted. The interior bath is not very big but the main attraction is the rotenburo (outdoor bath). There is also a sauna. There is only one bath towel and one hand towel provided in the room so these must be taken to the baths and then back to the room. The baths men and women use switch depending on the time of use. Afternoon/evening and morning. The baths are clearly marked. As with (virtually) all Japanese hotels/ryokan, amenities and yukata are provided. On the first night we had the buffet dinner. Great selection of food and wide selection of drinks. Time is limited to 90 minutes but this is more than enough. The next morning we had the buffet breakfast. Again, great selection more orientated to Japanese dishes but enough 'Western' to please anyone. For the second night we thought we would try the ryotei (restaurant with private rooms). This was quite disappointing. The food was average at best. 'Hot' food was lukewarm and service slow. We cancelled a second planned dinner there and opted for the buffet for the next two nights. Better food at a better price. After a couple of nights, the size and drabness of the room no longer bothered us. The staff were excellent. Always cheerful and ready to help. Free coffee is available in the lounge until 6pm. It's from a machine. Not great but can't complain. There is a shop on the lobby floor with a wide selection of products/omiage. The shuttle bus runs to the station at 8.30 and 10 in the morning and will drop you off at Bukeyashiki (samurai residence) or Iimoriyama. It also picks up at the station at 14.10, 15.10, 16.30 and 17.00 (better to check times in case of change or my faulty memory). There are also buses that stop fairly close to the hotel, perhaps a 5 min walk, mainly uphill going to the hotel.
FromUS$218.00
0/50 Reviews
2.05km from Indo Shoku
Located in central Aizu Wakamatsu, perfect for business or sightseeing. The single night's rate with dinner and breakfast is a great deal.
FromUS$38.00
3.5/55 Reviews
2.12km from Indo Shoku
Hotel Osakaya is located in Aizuwakamatsu and about a 3-minute drive from JR Aizu Wakamatsu station. The hotel is located near brick Hideo Noguchi Street. All the rooms offer free WiFi. Guests may borrow conveniences like trouser presser and iron for free. Please inquire at the front desk for details. Guests may use communal bath at no extra charge. The hotel also has rental bicycles, izakaya (Japanese style pub), vending machine corner, cleaning service and a coin laundry. An on-site restaurant offering Japanese cuisine is also available for the guests. Pre-ordered breakfast is served on the 2nd floor. Hotel rooms: 55
FromUS$45.00
4.6/5Outstanding3 Reviews
2.16km from Indo Shoku
The location and publicity material for this hotel hold out considerable promise – not much of which is met by the reality. Yes, it does occupy a nice location at the foot of a lush gorge beside a cascading stream at the entry to the Higashiyama hots springs precinct. Yes, the service in Japanese is very attentive and, assuming you take the gourmet dining option, the quality and variety of meals is quite good. But that’s where the compliments end. The facility is a shabby three stars at best with some lapses that trash two or more of those. The good: reception was polite and welcoming in Japanese. Our “Modern Semi-Western Style Room with Bathroom and Toilet*” (#614) was clean and adequately roomy with a delightful view over the stream and across the luxuriantly forested gorge. Everything expected was there and it mostly worked as expected. The included WiFi worked well on all our devices. We took the “Gourmet Plan” which included buffet breakfasts and table d’hote dinners. Both meals, taken in the hotel’s O’Hara-tei restaurant were well serviced and good quality examples of the local cuisine. *The hotel’s description, not mine. The not so good: except for some modest competence at the front desk, English is a foreign language elsewhere in the hotel so brush up on your Japanese or sign language. If you arrive by car then there is no parking in this part of the Higashiyama gorge so you need to use the hotel’s shared carpark about 500 metres down the road. A shuttle bus operates between the carpark and hotel but the whole process is a grind, especially when checking in and out, and even more so when it’s raining. Apart from having in-suite bathroom facilities, a ‘Semi-Western’ room here makes some concessions to the Western preference for sitting and sleeping on furniture as opposed to the floor. In this case the beds are unsprung mattresses residing on a raised section of flooring which were not the most comfortable places to sleep. The rest of the furniture was a mixed bag nothing of which offered a place to lounge in comfort. The bad: our “Modern” room was anything but. Yes, it had evidently benefited from the same air-brush renovation that has kept the rest of the hotel on life support over the last decade or so, but there was way too much of the original blight showing through and in some places the quality of renovation workmanship was atrocious. Paint appeared to be the dominant media used to (unsuccessfully) disguise our room’s previous incarnation but it looked as if the painter had abandoned the task midway through the job and never returned. No attempt had been made to coordinate the haphazard furnishings much of which were worn and dilapidated. The ugly: the bathroom arrangements were shambolic. The toilet cubicle was probably the best of this disparate ensemble, but we had to move a shoe stand and a folding screen to even get to it. The vanity suite, which shared space with a boiling water dispenser, took up statio
FromUS$165.00
3.9/510 Reviews
2.29km from Indo Shoku
We stayed for a night and it has been great!. Onsen is also provided. Laundry also have. We enjoyed it overall. Breakfast is not bad, basically they keep everything clean and neat. Location is also good close to small mall but they close very early. We enjoy the Onsen but it's a small town so don't expect much
FromUS$59.00
5/5Perfect1 Reviews
2.38km from Indo Shoku
I second everything johntaro said below. My husband and I travel to Japan yearly (my husband is Japanese), and have stayed at many different onsen hotels and country ryokan. This place, Chiyotaki, is now on our short list of places we will return to. We prefer western-style room, and the room was comfortable and spacious. To my eye the entire hotel is clean, updated, and well-maintained. Additionally, it has the essential mod-cons: There are enough outlets here and there for our electronics, there is good WiFi throughout the hotel, and of course a good toilet with washlet ensuite. (We neither care about nor use an in-room shower at an onsen hotel.) There are large numbers of staff all doing everything they can to make your stay great. There is free tea, coffee, and apple juice available all day in the library. The set dinner and Viking breakfast are both excellent. We enjoyed the roof-top ofuro, and also the small private one we reserved on the 2nd floor. Oh, and the whole area is great. It was a pleasure to come here and relax after a day of hiking and scenic driving in Bandai-Asahi National Park. Truly a great place.
FromUS$73.00
4/5Very Good1 Reviews
2.42km from Indo Shoku
This ryokan (Japanese-style hotel) follows the Yugawa ravine. Enjoy the beautiful scenery in any season at this hideaway-like accommodation. Dinner is served kaiseki-style in your guestroom or a private dining room.
FromUS$220.00
3.6/510 Reviews
2.42km from Indo Shoku
The hosts were all lovely at the Ryokan, and the area is beautiful, but the building is poorly maintained and very unclean. It feels as though it is past its day and needs some serious care. Bedding did not feel fresh, bathrooms were dirty, air conditioner only pumped hot air and the hot spring bath did not make me feel any cleaner. If budget forbids you from staying at a nicer place in the area, I would recommend just a day trip instead.
FromUS$37.00

Hotels Near Indo Shoku In Aizuwakamatsu Review

4.3/517 Reviews
I will recommend this hotel for travelers who place location as the top priority. Good about this premise: 1) location - strategically located near to (400m) Aizu Wakamatsu main train and bus station. 2) convenience - abundant f&b options (Japanese food restaurant, pub/izakaya, fast food) within the walking distance (around 1km radius) 3) staff service - despite not able to speak fluent English, staff is able to communicate effectively; their eagerness to help makes travelers felt welcome 4) facilities is sufficient - being a business hotel, this premise also serve leisure travelers well with its in-house restaurant, vending machines, paid self-serviced laundry room and even a wedding planning facility. The only downside of this premise is that it is away from the attractions. Hence, one would have to board the city loop bus at the main train/bus station.
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FromUS$41.00
4.6/53 Reviews
The location and publicity material for this hotel hold out considerable promise – not much of which is met by the reality. Yes, it does occupy a nice location at the foot of a lush gorge beside a cascading stream at the entry to the Higashiyama hots springs precinct. Yes, the service in Japanese is very attentive and, assuming you take the gourmet dining option, the quality and variety of meals is quite good. But that’s where the compliments end. The facility is a shabby three stars at best with some lapses that trash two or more of those. The good: reception was polite and welcoming in Japanese. Our “Modern Semi-Western Style Room with Bathroom and Toilet*” (#614) was clean and adequately roomy with a delightful view over the stream and across the luxuriantly forested gorge. Everything expected was there and it mostly worked as expected. The included WiFi worked well on all our devices. We took the “Gourmet Plan” which included buffet breakfasts and table d’hote dinners. Both meals, taken in the hotel’s O’Hara-tei restaurant were well serviced and good quality examples of the local cuisine. *The hotel’s description, not mine. The not so good: except for some modest competence at the front desk, English is a foreign language elsewhere in the hotel so brush up on your Japanese or sign language. If you arrive by car then there is no parking in this part of the Higashiyama gorge so you need to use the hotel’s shared carpark about 500 metres down the road. A shuttle bus operates between the carpark and hotel but the whole process is a grind, especially when checking in and out, and even more so when it’s raining. Apart from having in-suite bathroom facilities, a ‘Semi-Western’ room here makes some concessions to the Western preference for sitting and sleeping on furniture as opposed to the floor. In this case the beds are unsprung mattresses residing on a raised section of flooring which were not the most comfortable places to sleep. The rest of the furniture was a mixed bag nothing of which offered a place to lounge in comfort. The bad: our “Modern” room was anything but. Yes, it had evidently benefited from the same air-brush renovation that has kept the rest of the hotel on life support over the last decade or so, but there was way too much of the original blight showing through and in some places the quality of renovation workmanship was atrocious. Paint appeared to be the dominant media used to (unsuccessfully) disguise our room’s previous incarnation but it looked as if the painter had abandoned the task midway through the job and never returned. No attempt had been made to coordinate the haphazard furnishings much of which were worn and dilapidated. The ugly: the bathroom arrangements were shambolic. The toilet cubicle was probably the best of this disparate ensemble, but we had to move a shoe stand and a folding screen to even get to it. The vanity suite, which shared space with a boiling water dispenser, took up statio
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FromUS$165.00
4.8/54 Reviews
It takes a while to get there from Tokyo. By JR line we got to Koriyama then somehow caught a local train and I took us over a hour ride to get to another connecting town Aizuwakamatsu. From there you either take another local train and spend 20 minutes to Ashinomaki, and then get a taxi to the onsen hotel, or the hotel offers free shuttle to pick up guests from both stations. We tried both ways on our round trip, as wanted to see the cat at Ashinomaki station. The hotel itself, a few staff speak English very well and I particularly appreciate Melissa receiving us and introduced everything. The rooms are beautiful and when we stepped in the room it was heavy snow and the whole picture was heartbreakingly pretty. The onsen on cliff was AMAZING. The buffet dinner and breakfast was kind of average but it may only be my taste. One of the things I wanted to mention is that the staff seems to be in shortage or? As I saw the same group of staff just served at dinner and front desk and soon they were working at evenings events, and the day after early morning breakfast. I wanted to thank them for their hard work.
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FromUS$220.00
5/51 Reviews
I second everything johntaro said below. My husband and I travel to Japan yearly (my husband is Japanese), and have stayed at many different onsen hotels and country ryokan. This place, Chiyotaki, is now on our short list of places we will return to. We prefer western-style room, and the room was comfortable and spacious. To my eye the entire hotel is clean, updated, and well-maintained. Additionally, it has the essential mod-cons: There are enough outlets here and there for our electronics, there is good WiFi throughout the hotel, and of course a good toilet with washlet ensuite. (We neither care about nor use an in-room shower at an onsen hotel.) There are large numbers of staff all doing everything they can to make your stay great. There is free tea, coffee, and apple juice available all day in the library. The set dinner and Viking breakfast are both excellent. We enjoyed the roof-top ofuro, and also the small private one we reserved on the 2nd floor. Oh, and the whole area is great. It was a pleasure to come here and relax after a day of hiking and scenic driving in Bandai-Asahi National Park. Truly a great place.
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FromUS$73.00
5/51 Reviews
I cannot rate this place high enough. We were in a crisis when we arrived because I forgot my bag in the shinkansen on our way to Aizuwakamatsu from Tokyo. Because we were late, Junko-san, their very kind receptionist, came back even though she was already off duty. As soon as she learned about what happened, she immediately checked the train schedule for the next day so we can pick up my bag which apparently ended up in Sendai (the JR staff in the station helped us find it - also a very kind guy). We arrived past dinner time but they still served us one of the best dinners we've had in Japan and told us that they will be serving us breakfast at 6:30 AM the next day because the train leaves at 7 AM. In fact, breakfast starts at 7 AM. I would understand if we couldn't have breakfast since we had to leave early, but no, they adjusted to accommodate us. The following morning, Junko-san drove us to the station right after breakfast when it was supposed to be her rest day. I got my bag back without a hitch thanks to the kindness and consideration of the staff at Tagoto. The rest of our stay was absolutely wonderful. The room was comfortable, the food was delicious, and the staff were lovely. This place is perfect.
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FromUS$119.00
4.6/53 Reviews
Arriving at the hotel on the free shuttle from the station, our first impression wasn't good to say the least. The exterior is drab and in need of a spruce up. On entering we were more assured since the lobby floor is updated and quite bright, with a fine artificial flower arrangement. Check in was a breeze and the front staff helpful and cheery. Our room was on the 5th floor and our mouths dropped on entry. We must have had the smallest twin in the hotel and it, too, was in desperate need of refurbishment. The carpet was quite stained and the bathroom tiny. We soon made our way to the onsen baths on the 3rd floor. Our spirits were again lifted. The interior bath is not very big but the main attraction is the rotenburo (outdoor bath). There is also a sauna. There is only one bath towel and one hand towel provided in the room so these must be taken to the baths and then back to the room. The baths men and women use switch depending on the time of use. Afternoon/evening and morning. The baths are clearly marked. As with (virtually) all Japanese hotels/ryokan, amenities and yukata are provided. On the first night we had the buffet dinner. Great selection of food and wide selection of drinks. Time is limited to 90 minutes but this is more than enough. The next morning we had the buffet breakfast. Again, great selection more orientated to Japanese dishes but enough 'Western' to please anyone. For the second night we thought we would try the ryotei (restaurant with private rooms). This was quite disappointing. The food was average at best. 'Hot' food was lukewarm and service slow. We cancelled a second planned dinner there and opted for the buffet for the next two nights. Better food at a better price. After a couple of nights, the size and drabness of the room no longer bothered us. The staff were excellent. Always cheerful and ready to help. Free coffee is available in the lounge until 6pm. It's from a machine. Not great but can't complain. There is a shop on the lobby floor with a wide selection of products/omiage. The shuttle bus runs to the station at 8.30 and 10 in the morning and will drop you off at Bukeyashiki (samurai residence) or Iimoriyama. It also picks up at the station at 14.10, 15.10, 16.30 and 17.00 (better to check times in case of change or my faulty memory). There are also buses that stop fairly close to the hotel, perhaps a 5 min walk, mainly uphill going to the hotel.
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FromUS$218.00
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