Hotels Near Tashiro Glassland In Aomori

0/54 Reviews
12.21km from Tashiro Glassland
This hotel was quite a disappointment after reading the other reviews. The location is good if you want to take the Hakkoda ropeway which is subject to weather conditions, but other than that, there is close to nothing around. Other than the hotel, the only other restaurant available is at the ropeway base station which is only open for lunch. The worst part of the experience was the poor attitude at the reception though. Not at all flexible or the least bit courteous about check in and check out times and generally not trying to be helpful or friendly. I certainly would also not give this place good value for money either. The room and onsen were both satisfactory, but pretty average if you have stayed in other inns or ryokans in Japan and the price they charged was not cheap for this average offering, but not over the top either (about 20,000 yen per night: they charged for two people although I was a solo traveler and you cannot book online unless you book for two). The inn looks to focus on big tour groups during the off season as they come in large tour buses. There are several other onsen hotel options on the highway or bus route, so you may be better off staying somewhere else.
4.2/5Very Good12 Reviews
13.78km from Tashiro Glassland
During the holiday season, there was no preparation in advance, and I was satisfied with the hotel in Aomori. . .
4.4/5Excellent20 Reviews
13.99km from Tashiro Glassland
Coming down from Mount Hakkoda, we drove for a short while to arrive at the hotel for the night. Hotel Jogakura (城ヶ倉), surrounded by virgin beech forest, is a Scandinavian-style resort hotel blessed with majestic natural scenery. With good access to Lake Towada and Oirase Gorge, it is the perfect base for enjoying the seasonal activities in the area. The hotel has 30 rooms designed with a luxurious, warm and welcoming ambiance, using plenty of wood, reminiscent of European villas. We are staying at the Grand Comfort (グランドコンフォート) Room, all located on the mountain side, and the beech forest can be seen from the spacious living room and bedroom. The scenery changes colours in each of the four seasons, making you forget the passage of time. This western-style room is of 42 sq. metres in size, and got its own open-air hot spring bath. It is pure pleasure to open the windows to look out at the forest, surrounded by cool air and the scent of nature from the mountains, and immersing in the clear spring water. The Simmons beds also promises the best sleep to guests during the stay. Every morning, the chef will select the fresh fish caught in the waters of Aomori, and seasonal local vegetables and beef grown in the area. Dinner is served at the Dining Room with fireplace, where guests can enjoy kaiseki cuisine that changes from season to season. Breakfast is of buffet style and served in the banquet room. Guests can enjoy seasonal ingredients such as local farmers' vegetables and Sakamoto (坂本) poultry eggs. Below was our dinner menu: Sakizuke (先附) - Mushroom with Spicy Konbu (茸汐辛昆布和え), Crab with vinaigrette vegetable (蟹膾), Grilled Eggplant Tofu (焼茄子豆腐) Sashimi (造り) - Blue Fin Tuna (本鮪), Strait Salmon (海峡サーモン), Conch (真螺), Greater Amberjack (寒八) Yakimono (焼物) - Grilled Scallop with Cheese (帆立チーズ焼) Konro (焜炉) - Aomori Beef on Stove (青森県産牛柳川) Futamono (蓋物) - Crab Tofu (蟹豆腐) Konno mono (香の物) - Pickled dry squid and konbu (松前漬) Tome-wan (止椀) - Fermented fish broth (鰊切込み汁) Shokuji (食事) - Glutinous Rice on Snow Crab Shell (ズワイ蟹甲羅おこわ) Dessert (水果子) - Strawberry Cream Mochi (クリーム苺大福) The public bath of the hotel offers an open-air bath which can be used all season. Guests can enjoy the blissful moments while watching the fresh greens, vibrant red leaves, and the strict white silver beech forest in each season, and at the same time listening to the mountain stream of Tori Takizawa (鳥滝沢). There is also an inner bath with a big bath, mist sauna, rain shower and jacuzzi. The onsen is a chloride spring (塩化物泉) with temperature of 50.2 degree Celsius, suitable for healing neuralgia, muscle pain, joint pain, coldness and fatigue (神経痛、筋肉痛、関節痛、冷え症、疲労回復). The bath is also open for day-trip guests from 11:30 to 16:00, but is exclusive for guests from 16:00 to 23:00, as well as 5:00 to 10:00. On the next morning a buffet breakfast was served which was nice and delicious. The overall experience at the hotel was good, as we can enjoy a Scandinavian ac
4.4/5Excellent37 Reviews
14.11km from Tashiro Glassland
This spa is fairly well-known for having a large mixed (male, female) spa. It was the busiest onsen I have been to. Many people coming and going most of the day. They have a new wing and old wing. New wing has a toilet and sink in the rooms, the old wing has a shared restroom. Either wing requires use of the spa for bath/shower. In addition to the big mixed spa, they also have separated facilities one for male and one for female, both using the same hot spring water (as the mixed bath). The hot spring water leaves your skin soft & silky. Now the inn seems to be under some construction but not sure if that is temporary or permanent. Breakfast was pretty meager mostly Japanese style (sausage, and toast but no eggs).
4.7/5Outstanding13 Reviews
14.22km from Tashiro Glassland
Breakfast is really good, traditional Japanese hotel, kids love it
4.5/5Excellent15 Reviews
14.29km from Tashiro Glassland
This is our last night of the three nights we had booked at Hakkoda hotel skeptically. First time to Japan and the prime purpose was to experience snowfall. We were picked up by the hotel van(for a charge) at Shin Aomori station at 16.45..driver was waiting for us right at the exit of JR gates. It took us about 45 minutes and we were checked in to a family room in basement floor. First impressions of the room were not great, but as we realized the facilities, the view and the coziness, we felt more and more comfortable. The family room had two large single beds, living room, kitchen, two toilets, dressing area, one bathroom, two bunk beds, tea coffee machine with pods, hot and cold water dispensers, humidifier and a balcony for the amazing view. At first we felt the F&B department was a sham and they were cheating us by charging us more than what they have on the menu, but slowly it grew upon us. They have a Japanese and a French restaurant and both are amazing. Our skepticism faded away slowly. How many hotels serve delicious food at such heights ? Well, Hakkoda hotel does. You get to eat sumptuous French and Japanese cousine on the middle of snow clad mountains. What else do you need. Then there is a hot water spring bath that takes away all your pains and itches. We went for a short trip to the rope way today, where you can also ski and snowboard. It was full of skiing enthusiasts and hotel will drop and pick up complementary. The front office staff is amazing and most of the women on the job are English speaking and they treat you very well. Precisely - Hakkoda hotel is worth every single penny you spend. It’s expensive and value for money at the same time. Must visit I say !
4.6/5Outstanding21 Reviews
14.49km from Tashiro Glassland
With the sky darkening, we drove for 30 minutes to the hotel for the night, Nanbuya Kaisenkaku (南部屋・海扇閣), located at Asamushi Onsen (浅虫温泉) on the eastern edge of Aomori City. This ryokan has a total of 64 Japanese-style Rooms, 1 Special Room, 18 Western-style Rooms and 6 Western-style Twin Rooms, and is a barrier-free ryokan. We had booked the Special Room (Room 860), on the top floor of the building. After registration the manager came to greet us and showed us to the room, which is very spacious with a Japanese-style half totaling 19-mat, as well as a Western-style half with a living room and a bedroom with twin beds. Unfortunately the room does not have private hotspring bath, but do have a western bathtub so guests can still enjoy a nice hot soak. The room is definitely very large and can easily accommodate six or more persons. Among the two halves I would say the Japanese portion is more interesting and premium. I in particular like the wood carvings on the ceiling partition between the rooms. On the other hand the western-style portion is rather mediocre comparatively, giving me the general impression of a dated hotel unfortunately. The public bath is on the 9th floor, and we decided to go for a dip before dinner. Apart from staying guests, the baths are opened to day-trippers also. The men bath is called Yunoshima with the theme of birds painted on the wall. The women bath is called Umi with the theme of Mutsu Bay. There is also an open-air bath looking out at the beautiful Asamushi Beach. Asamushi Onsen is a sulphate springs (硫酸塩泉), colourless and having a high water temperature, good for ailments such as neuralgia, rheumatism and gynaecological diseases. I found the hotspring smoothing, and while the open-air bath is very small considering the number of hotel guests, the view is really nice, no matter during daytime or at night. Feeling hungry, at the appointed time we went to the restaurant 海つ路 on the second floor for dinner, which offers a semi-buffet. The appetizers, sashimi, and soup dish were served, and guests could collect other food from the buffet stations. Quality of the food overall was quite decent, and changed some of my perceptions that buffet dinner would always be a disappointment. After dinner, we came to the hotel lobby, where every night at 8:30 pm there is a Shamisen (三味線) performance. Shamisen is a stringed instrument that was developed by the Japanese after making some improvements from the Jabisen (蛇皮線), the snake-skin instrument brought over from Ryukyu, Okinawa. The performance was very good and while we could not understand what the performer said, it was good fun and we could not stop admiring the skills of the performer all the while. With a good rest, the next morning I spent sometime looking out at the window to the Mutsu Bay (陸奥湾) and the Yuno Island (湯の島), before heading down to the same restaurant for breakfast. It was buffet-style with lots of different food and once again we had a h
4.5/5Excellent15 Reviews
14.54km from Tashiro Glassland
Breakfast and dinner are good, Japanese cuisine. In tatami rooms, guests will make beds when they have dinner. There is a free open-air bath on the third floor, which can be enjoyed by yourself for up to 50 minutes. The hotel is very close to Asamushi Onsen Station and a 10 minute walk to Asamushi Aquarium.
4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
15.18km from Tashiro Glassland
里帰りの際に泊まらせていただきました。広いで綺麗なロビーでが印象的でした。普通のプランで行きましたが、ホテルが部屋をサープライズで最上階の眺めの良い広い部屋にアップグレードしてくれまして、大変嬉しかったです。幼児連れで旅行しましたので、大変助かりました。広い浴場で家族とゆっくりお風呂に入ることができ、旅の疲労を癒すことができました。窓から広がる青森湾の風景も絶好でした。部屋の内装は少し昭和の感じでしたが、個人的に好きでした。スタッフの対応が大変親切で良かったです。 場所は青森駅から若干遠いのはちょっとしたデメリットですが、バスが近くに通ります。また、日本のホテルではないのは普通だと思いますが、幼児専用のベッドもあれば有難いと思います。それでも満足に至る宿泊をできました。 In English: Hotel Aomori is a large, stylish if somewhat old-fashioned hotel in Aomori City. We were impressed by the large, dark-hued lobby of the hotel that greeted us when entering. We had reserved an ordinary room, but the hotel surprised us by providing our family with a large family room on the top floor equipped with a large bath and a beautiful view over Aomori Bay. It was really relaxing, especially to our small child, to have access to a large room and a wide bath to wash awayh the troubles of a day. The room was very clean. To mention a few negatives, the hotel is a bit far from the station, and we would have liked to have a crib for our child to prevent falling from bed, though I understand not having any is pretty much standard for Japanese hotels. The staff was very friendly, and overall we had a great experience.
3.7/510 Reviews
15.22km from Tashiro Glassland
In most of the guest rooms the bathtubs are segregated from the toilet. Wi-Fi access in most rooms, and the others with LAN access. The hotel meets the fire prevention criteria.
3.9/515 Reviews
15.3km from Tashiro Glassland
The hotel location is relatively remote, next to the highway, the other side is the sea, there is only a convenience store nearby. There is a shuttle service, and the staff service attitude is very good. Very few guests stayed there. I didn't meet other guests in the hotel lobby, elevators and corridors. I felt a little scary at the time ... The hot spring was good, and only two or three people had a good experience. Japanese-style room facilities are relatively old, tatami mats will fall grass. Japanese set breakfast is good, and there are no other restaurants near the hotel, it is recommended to include breakfast.
0/52 Reviews
15.44km from Tashiro Glassland
Super Hotel is nationwide chain hotel with the motto, ''safe, clean and good night's sleep''. Super Hotel Aomori is conveniently situated in the center of Aomori and most suitable for city sightseeing as well as business. We provide healthy buffet style breakfast for service. Feature Japanese-style menus, several kinds of breads and drinks. Guests from foreign countries can feel safe at this hotel and enjoy pleasant stay.

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4.8/5192 Reviews
Non-Ctrip room types do not indicate no smoking, I got a smoking room, and there was no room available to change on the day. Fortunately, it is relatively new, tastes small, and can be accepted with a baby ~ Breakfast is good, coffee is great, breakfast is free for children under 6 years old ~ It's still a little way to get off the station. It's a bit difficult to drag the boxes in the snow. Others are really good ~
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4.4/537 Reviews
This spa is fairly well-known for having a large mixed (male, female) spa. It was the busiest onsen I have been to. Many people coming and going most of the day. They have a new wing and old wing. New wing has a toilet and sink in the rooms, the old wing has a shared restroom. Either wing requires use of the spa for bath/shower. In addition to the big mixed spa, they also have separated facilities one for male and one for female, both using the same hot spring water (as the mixed bath). The hot spring water leaves your skin soft & silky. Now the inn seems to be under some construction but not sure if that is temporary or permanent. Breakfast was pretty meager mostly Japanese style (sausage, and toast but no eggs).
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4.6/5267 Reviews
The nice guy at check- in let me keep my bicycle in the entry way, which I really appreciated since I had a five- night stay. My room, Nr. 806, was a double bed room with a decent- sized work desk, a micro- fridge, a large flat screen TV and not a lot of space left over. Fortunately, it also has a real closet space and a couple of drawers so I didn’t need much of the floor space for my kit after all. The bathroom was good, a Biz Hotel bathroom upgraded with more space and a temperature- control armature for the tub / shower. The mirror is large enough to reflect a politician’s ego, and it is heated so that it does not steam up from taking a shower, a nice touch. The bedding included regular and memory foam pillows and was very comfortable. The area is quiet and the window kips open, so getting a good rest with fresh air is easy. Next to the bed was a charger octopus with myriad connectors to charge your whatever. The room looks east and though there are buildings around, I can see a good bit of the hills beyond. Looking towards the north, part of the Mutsu Bay and the Hiranai peninsula is visible. Higher rooms, _20 through _25, would have a great view of the whole Mutsu Bay and the iconic bridge; remaining odd- numbered rooms (and _18) would have a view towards the west (train station) and see the bridge and the west part of the Bay. Those rooms are a bit larger as well. Breakfast was the best. Really the best. There’s a huge variety, all done in- house. The warm dishes are kept warm. The ingredients are fresh and the highest quality. I have bicycled over 2,000km so far on this trip, from the southernmost point to Aomori so far, and this is the best breakfast buffet I have seen in over thirty hotels on this trip. Best- tasting by far. The breakfast staff are great – very pleasant and positive, even though they are working ten days straight during Golden Week so the customers can enjoy their vacations. The service in the hotel is excellent. The staff helped me phone a ferry that was shut down due to high winds. My Japanese is not so hot, and I could not understand what the clerk on the other end of the line was saying, but the hotel rang them and could make it clear to me. Big help. The location is good enough, 500m from the station, near the main, covered shopping street. There are a couple of hotels a bit more than 1km from the station, but most are closer. The good news is that the restaurants near the station are very touristy. Though there are lots of restaurants near to the JAL City, they are far enough from the station that the tourists get drawn in to other places before reaching this turf. There are a couple of Konbinis within 2 blocks. The tourist information triangle building is very close, and so are the stairs to walk up onto the iconic bridge. The coin laundry had machines that added detergent automatically and washed and dried all in one go, so you did not have to go back down and re- load into another machine. There were hel
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4.8/522 Reviews
My sister and I booked the Richmond for our first night on our Tohoku roadtrip, after a long day of flying. We each had our single rooms upgraded to double rooms, which was good for re-organizing luggage. The only glitch to be aware of is that our rental car navigation system seemed to freak out every time we got near the hotel, unable to figure out the sort of obscure alley-like entry-turn for accessing the garage. Basically, we had to drive around the block a few times before we physically saw where people were driving in/out. Once you find it, the "vending machine" style garage is easy and pretty cheap (about $9/night equivalent). The front desk is on the 5th floor. Our rooms were roomy, clean, and the bedding was excellent (with sufficient extra pillows). There was some street music audible when we arrived (even from 13th floors up) but it seemed to go away by 10. The hotel breakfast buffet was very good. Western/European items included really nice salad, eggs, bacon, potatoes, fried chicken, swedish meatballs, bread, cereal/yogurt. Japanese selections included a noodle and rice bar, tons of really nice pickled items (including some local products), various fish, and soup. Fruit juices included a really nice local Aomori applejuice. The hotel was in walking distance of the waterfront (10 minutes). We also walked to a great katsu restaurant (Yuuji).
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4.1/516 Reviews
We are a small ski group visit to Aomori Hakkoda every year. My friends found this hotel last year. So we booked on their official Japanese website a few months ago. This hotel is the best and cost effective that we found in Aomori at the moment . We all enjoyed onsen a lot which located second floor. Room was small but with comfortable jepanese style. I really love the bed mattress sooooooooo much, of course bed lines as well. Basic bath amenities were offered in small bathroom. Meanwhile, All staffs are kindly and helpful. I would like specially thank a hotel staff who named Nakajima, he was very kind and offered a huge assistance via around 20 emails before we arrival. And also a front desk staff who is speak English and ware glasses, tall and thin man, so sorry didn’t remember his name, he helped a lot as well when we arrived hotel in the late night. We definitely will back to this lovely hotel next year! Btw, apologize for my late comments.
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4.6/520 Reviews
I booked this hotel room during the Aomori Nebuta Matsuri, so I paid three times as much as people usually pay due to the popularity of the event. For that reason I can't say it was good value. But we certainly got everything we could need and weren't disappointed with the service. The room had a decent amount of space, and had a good sized bathroom. The location is great on the main road leading up to the station, making it easy to get around. No lack of food options around the hotel, and we were just around the corner from the matsuri itself. The breakfast was the highlight of the stay, with a huge amount of options that I'm not used to with business hotels. This was my second trip to Aomori and while I liked this hotel, it wasn't worth the premium price we paid. If you can a room in this hotel at a cheaper price, don't hesitate!
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