Hotels Near Uocchikan In Miyazu

4.3/5Excellent8 Reviews
3.14km from Uocchikan
Booked this when the more popular amanohashidate hotel was full and some others nicer ones are much more expensive. Onsen are decent , Japanese style room are dated still using keys while upper floor are using keycard. Kaiseki meal are a big disappointment, the beef are super tough and there isn’t any single item that make you at least say not bad. Breakfast are buffet style, at least the selection are decent enough to have a full breakfast. Room wall are quite thin and the door does seal noise well . I can heard all the talking and shouting when a group of family walk past. The middle age front desk man who handle my checkin was not friendly and don’t answer my query room facing and just say full without checking . I check- in pretty early around 4ish and the carpark are quite empty . Car park was full and with 2 tour bus coming late evening. Thumb down for me for this hotel and you are better off staying somewhere unless you like those big busy hotel or speak Japanese.
FromUS$117.00
3.5/55 Reviews
4.12km from Uocchikan
Miyazu Onsen Ryokan Tsurunoya is located in Miyazu and about 10 minutes by car from Miyazu Station, near Goro Sky Tower and Amanohashidate Onsen. Free WiFi is available in each guest room. Yukata are available for guests to wear during their stay. Guests may borrow conveniences such as kettles and hair dryers at no additional charge (please inquire at the front desk for details). Facilities include a communal bath. The hotel possesses 8 guest rooms.
FromUS$139.00
0/50 Reviews
5.47km from Uocchikan
The scenery is beautiful and the transportation is convenient。
FromUS$135.00
4.9/5Perfect3 Reviews
5.79km from Uocchikan
The building itself is quaint and has a traditional design as do the rooms (see photos). The staff are friendly and they’re obviously used to non-Japanese guests. Upon check in they’ll show you to your room and point out the various things of note (closet/ air conditioner/ bathroom etc.) They’d obviously specially prepared for my arrival as just the one futon had been laid out and a lovely hot (actually very hot!) water bottle had already been placed under the covers. (The room could easily accommodate up to 5 or even 6 futons if needed). Upon arrival they’ll also point out location of the communal bath and no doubt give you directions on how to use it if you ask. As I had a selected a room with an en-suite bathroom I declined the offer of this tour. I gather not all rooms have en-suite bathrooms as there is a shared toilet (men’s/women’s are separate) and a communal sink in the hallway which was ‘interesting’ to see in such a location. Please note upon checking in shoes are to be removed and left at the front door next to reception and not to be worn/taken to the rooms (Don’t sweat it. It’s Japan so nothing is going missing). As the reception area has tatami flooring there’s also a sign to ask not to drag heavy suitcases across it or wear slippers while walking on it The building is old and quaint but it is showing it’s age (The Fujiya or Nara Hotels this place is not!). I suspect they use the word ‘museum’ in it’s name at times to excuse themselves of how run down it’s looking in places. That being said it does have old world charm so no complaints here! Please note that the reception closes at 23:00 as I was informed upon arrival. Not really an issue as most businesses seem to close long before that in the town. However there is a shopping center a 2 minute walk away that has a supermarket on the 1st (ground) floor, various stores above it and a few restaurants on the top floor one of which has a fairly ‘western’ menu. You can’t miss which one it is ;) Receptionist mentioned there wasn’t a convenience store very near by so this is your best bet to pick up whatever you might need. The rooms are (at least the one I had) are huge compared to Japanese standards so a great place to relax after a day at Amanohashidate for example. Again they are showing their age though. The bathroom is distinctly Japanese 70’s style (no washlet) and tiny. Curiously there was just a hand towel in the bathroom itself and a regular towel in the closet (which I didn’t find until the next morning). I went in early spring on an uncommonly warm day but I can well imagine the rooms to be very (very!) cold in winter and very hot in summer though there is an A/C though such is it’s age I wouldn’t be surprised if it made quite a racket. The futon was nice and cozy as was the pillow but at 6’0” my feet were hanging off the end. I would have had a good sleep if it hadn’t been for being awoken numerous times by the loud (!) rattling of the old window panes every t
FromUS$57.00
1.5/51 Reviews
5.8km from Uocchikan
Sato no Yado Kawajiri guest house is located in Miyazu (Miyazu), 1.2 kilometers from the flyover (Amanohashidate), free private parking. Some rooms have a relaxing area for guests to relax. Rooms are equipped with flat screen TV and shared bathroom. The hotel has a luggage depository. The hotel offers bicycle rental services. Fishing is a popular activity in the area.
FromUS$45.00
0/50 Reviews
5.88km from Uocchikan
FromUS$121.00
5/5Perfect2 Reviews
5.99km from Uocchikan
Superb, right at the pier, you can take a boat directly to Amanohashidate. I didn’t have time to order dinner and the breakfast was great!
FromUS$171.00
2.5/51 Reviews
5.99km from Uocchikan
Featuring free WiFi, a restaurant and a barbecue, Hotel Tango Nakamura So offers accommodation in Miyazu, 3.6 km from Amanohashidate. Free private parking is available on site.Rooms come with a shared bathroom. For your comfort, you will find slippers and free toiletries. A flat-screen TV is featured.You will find luggage storage space at the property.The nearest airport is Osaka Itami Airport, 87 km from the property.
FromUS$41.00
4/5Very Good1 Reviews
6.05km from Uocchikan
Very friendly staff and very helpful. This place is such a contrast to the new Kinsui business like place In had just stayed at. Here they were very friendly and showed me around. The place is a solid plain ryokan, no frills or art features but everything works. A nice hot bath I could stretch my whole body in and a new heated modern toilet. The food was great; tempura nice and hot freshly cooked; sashimi melting in my mouth and the crab was delicious although I had pokey fun trying to get out all the flesh from so many pieces. I give this place 5 stars because of the food and friendliness. Don’t expect fancy artistic luxury just good wholesome honest Japanese service. A 200yen bus ride to Ine the fishing village on the sea and next to the long pine tree beach jutting out into the harbour so an interesting location.
FromUS$61.00
3.5/55 Reviews
6.17km from Uocchikan
very good.
FromUS$128.00
4.2/5Very Good9 Reviews
6.35km from Uocchikan
Go if you want to heal
FromUS$142.00
4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
6.38km from Uocchikan
After many busy days seeing the sights of Osaka and Kyoto, our “getaway” to Amanohashisate was the comforting stay that we truly relished. And incredible comfort was what we found at Monjusou Shourotei. The weather was unusually rainy for a July visit, which was a perfect reason to enjoy the luxury of this ryokan’s beautiful onsen and our room’s view of the canal and forestland across the way. Another wonderful feature of Monjusou was the staff, who went out of their way to ensure our comfort. They made us feel special and welcomed whenever we came in contact with them. We highly recommend Monjusou for adults looking for a unique, relaxing, and lovely getaway from the big cities.
FromUS$730.00

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4.4/510 Reviews
I have booked a small double room with toilet inside. Renovation is done, the room is small but very convenient (near to the JR station and bus stop, some attractions are within walkable distance). I have enjoyed the hot spring in the hotel next to it, it is free of charge (unlimited visit) and the view is good. The breakfast and the dinner are good as well. The breakfast is buffet style with many varieties. The dinner is western style and the environment is nice (the restaurant have whole sea view and you can see the sunset when having the dinner). 👍🏻👍🏻 Cons: no lift or escalator
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FromUS$41.00
4.8/58 Reviews
The room was big, clean and elegant. We could walk from our room to the little garden outside, just by the river side. The view was excellent! The dinner and breakfast were expectionally good! Hot spring was clean and nice. Only thing to criticize was they don't switch the Male and female hot springs. Service was very nice too. We made our shoes very dirty on the rainy day. But when we wore them the next day, they were cleaned by the staff. One of the most recommended hot spring hotel in Japan! Thanks so much for the lovely memories!
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FromUS$322.00
4.8/520 Reviews
Wanted to write a review to share this hidden gem. We were family of 5 - detoured from Kyoto to this slightly off-the beaten track seaside town. Amanohashidate isn't on the JR line - there's about a $10 top up for person for this - but it's worth it if you are into the Japan Hour kind of experience. The hotel and finishings are a little dated, but in good condition. This hotel is within walking distance of the train station - almost literally across the street. There are many options for room and board (with/wout breakfast or dinner, etc). Choose one with a dinner unless you don't want to eat much as the town closes at nightfall. We chose a traditional room (futon beds) - spacious for 5 by Japanese standards, separate sofa area, sleeping area, bath & toilet and luggage / space area. View of Ocean. A delicious spread for dinner in the hotel - each of us had our own crab (in season), so many courses - at least 8 - very filling, very appealing to the senses. Hotel has the largest on-site onsen in that town - large, clean, with different temperatures and has outdoor onsen too. Breakfast is buffet - mostly Japanese local foods but a good spread.
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FromUS$83.00
5/52 Reviews
We had such an amazing first ryokan experience and the service of the hotel was beyond words!! I booked a room with private onsen(open-air bath in the room) on Exped**.com, then I emailed the hotel to reserve dinner(I picked the most expensive one, which is crab dish meal) and breakfast. In total, it costs me like JPY 57,000 (= 544 USD)which is much cheaper than booking a whole package from Japani***.com. If you wanna dine at the hotel, please make sure you reserve the meals at least ONE DAY before the arrival. Otherwise, the hotel will not accept any walk-in because the dinner and breakfast are both in traditional Japanese style, which take lots of time to prepare. There is only one small convenient store (YAMAZAKI) nearby, but by the time when we got there (around 4pm), the fridge was almost empty, only some snacks and cup noodle were available. There are also a few restaurants there, but I'm not sure if they are open till late 'cause most of shops are closed at 5. Things that we like about this hotel: 1) Free shuttle pickup from Amanohashidate station (6 mins by walking). They also deliver the luggages to the station after the checkout. We checked out at 10am that day, and we left the luggages to the hotel. When our direct train to Kyoto was at 2:55, they sent the luggages to the station by 2:30. 2) My husband and I decided to take a walk in the pouring rain after the check-in. We borrowed the umbrella from the hotel, and after one minute of walking, a mini van from the hotel just stopped in front of us, and gave us a lift to the station which is much closer to the city centre. The driver also asked us what time we would come back to the hotel, so he could pick us up again from the station. 3) The hostesses who served us dinner and breakfast cna't speak English, but they did try their best to make us understand what is going on with the food (way too many tiny dishes, and the crabs were cooked in different methods). We'd barely finished the dinner 'cause we were so full. 4) Our room was on the ground floor, so when we were leaving the room for dinner, the staff saw us from far away, he immediately pressed the elevator button and held the elevator door for us. 5) The private open-air bath is just insanely good! We couldn't get enough of the hot spring! Make sure you get the room with private onsen!!! It's worth every penny!!!
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FromUS$191.00
5/52 Reviews
Superb, right at the pier, you can take a boat directly to Amanohashidate. I didn’t have time to order dinner and the breakfast was great!
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FromUS$171.00
4.9/53 Reviews
The building itself is quaint and has a traditional design as do the rooms (see photos). The staff are friendly and they’re obviously used to non-Japanese guests. Upon check in they’ll show you to your room and point out the various things of note (closet/ air conditioner/ bathroom etc.) They’d obviously specially prepared for my arrival as just the one futon had been laid out and a lovely hot (actually very hot!) water bottle had already been placed under the covers. (The room could easily accommodate up to 5 or even 6 futons if needed). Upon arrival they’ll also point out location of the communal bath and no doubt give you directions on how to use it if you ask. As I had a selected a room with an en-suite bathroom I declined the offer of this tour. I gather not all rooms have en-suite bathrooms as there is a shared toilet (men’s/women’s are separate) and a communal sink in the hallway which was ‘interesting’ to see in such a location. Please note upon checking in shoes are to be removed and left at the front door next to reception and not to be worn/taken to the rooms (Don’t sweat it. It’s Japan so nothing is going missing). As the reception area has tatami flooring there’s also a sign to ask not to drag heavy suitcases across it or wear slippers while walking on it The building is old and quaint but it is showing it’s age (The Fujiya or Nara Hotels this place is not!). I suspect they use the word ‘museum’ in it’s name at times to excuse themselves of how run down it’s looking in places. That being said it does have old world charm so no complaints here! Please note that the reception closes at 23:00 as I was informed upon arrival. Not really an issue as most businesses seem to close long before that in the town. However there is a shopping center a 2 minute walk away that has a supermarket on the 1st (ground) floor, various stores above it and a few restaurants on the top floor one of which has a fairly ‘western’ menu. You can’t miss which one it is ;) Receptionist mentioned there wasn’t a convenience store very near by so this is your best bet to pick up whatever you might need. The rooms are (at least the one I had) are huge compared to Japanese standards so a great place to relax after a day at Amanohashidate for example. Again they are showing their age though. The bathroom is distinctly Japanese 70’s style (no washlet) and tiny. Curiously there was just a hand towel in the bathroom itself and a regular towel in the closet (which I didn’t find until the next morning). I went in early spring on an uncommonly warm day but I can well imagine the rooms to be very (very!) cold in winter and very hot in summer though there is an A/C though such is it’s age I wouldn’t be surprised if it made quite a racket. The futon was nice and cozy as was the pillow but at 6’0” my feet were hanging off the end. I would have had a good sleep if it hadn’t been for being awoken numerous times by the loud (!) rattling of the old window panes every t
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FromUS$57.00

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