Hotels Near Yakitori Waraji-Ya In Kanoya

4.7/5Outstanding4 Reviews
0.18km from Yakitori Waraji-Ya
I had favorable winds on today’s cycling trip from Sata Misaki to the Okura in Kanoya, so I wheeled in more than an hour ahead of check- in time. They were very friendly and kind, giving me Room 301 well ahead of the stated check- in time. The staff were great throughout the visit. The room has a double bed with a very nice damask duvet, a good- sized work desk and a coffee table with two chairs that strangely look like they came from an Addams Family production set. No real view from this room; rooms on 4F and higher would have a nice view of the surrounding city and hills. The bedding was comfortable and the room was very quiet, so I slept well. Breakfast was good, the breakfast room was open and spacious. As is common in Japanses hotels like this, there was a staff lady keeping the breakfast place spotlessly clean at all times. The Onsen was fantastic - small, but nice. The lobby has a number of great models of aeroplanes and ships, owing no doubt to the proximity of the large Defense Force base nearby. I would certainly look here first when booking another visit to Kanoya.
FromUS$54.00
5/5Perfect1 Reviews
0.52km from Yakitori Waraji-Ya
Located in the center of Kanoya city, 5 minutes on foot to the city hall and downtown area, there are also supermarkets, pharmacies, convenience stores in the neighborhood in the neighborhood, very convenient. There is a large public bath with a sauna (man hot spring) with a sauna and a tavern which can enjoy exquisite cuisine of Kagoshima using fresh meat and fish in the hall.
FromUS$48.00
0/50 Reviews
0.53km from Yakitori Waraji-Ya
Kanoya Daikoku Grand Hotel is located in Kanoya and about 55 minutes by car from Takarabe Station, near restaurants and shopping districts. Free LAN internet is available in the lobby. Guests may borrow conveniences such as irons at no additional charge (please inquire at the front desk for details). Facilities include a vending machine corner and a cafe. Breakfast is complimentary. The hotel possesses 78 guest rooms.
FromUS$46.00
3.6/52 Reviews
0.96km from Yakitori Waraji-Ya
The New World Hotel, and Kanoya itself, are a part of Japan that tourists don't usually come across, and that I only accidentally experienced. With that in mind I really enjoyed the place and will return. Kanoya town seems to have experienced a slow economic decline over the decades, and the New World hotel is reflective of the town's earlier status as a place people who aren't from there might need to go to, businessmen especially. The hotel surely had some kind of heyday decades ago , traces of which can still be seen in the lobby and the fading carpeting and the water stains. Also reflective of the time warp is the fact that the entire hotel has only one floor that's non smoking. The rooms bore ancient TV trays from the pre-flatscreen era, and once-exclusive bedside tables with built-in AM/FM radios. But the people were nice, and the sheets were clean, and the onsen was weathered but still pleasant. The area around the hotel seems shut by day but wakes up at night: it has quite a few little restaurants and cafes within walking distance of the hotel. I will return here to look around further: it's worth the detour from Kagoshima's more well-known sights.
FromUS$37.00
0/50 Reviews
1.51km from Yakitori Waraji-Ya
It is due to have opening of a hotel that consists of a main building housed in a thoroughly remodeled over 30 year old building, and new building in summer of 2020.
FromUS$40.00
3.5/510 Reviews
1.74km from Yakitori Waraji-Ya
Situated at the heart of the Osumi Peninsula in Kanoya, this highland hotel located in a quiet area affords easy access for guests on both sightseeing and business trips.
FromUS$49.00
0/51 Reviews
7.67km from Yakitori Waraji-Ya
Favorably located as a threshold for tourism and bike touring, we offer totally private serviced apartment complete with with free Wi-Fi and kitchenette as well as free breakfast.
FromUS$40.00

Hotels Near Yakitori Waraji-Ya In Kanoya Review

4.7/54 Reviews
I had favorable winds on today’s cycling trip from Sata Misaki to the Okura in Kanoya, so I wheeled in more than an hour ahead of check- in time. They were very friendly and kind, giving me Room 301 well ahead of the stated check- in time. The staff were great throughout the visit. The room has a double bed with a very nice damask duvet, a good- sized work desk and a coffee table with two chairs that strangely look like they came from an Addams Family production set. No real view from this room; rooms on 4F and higher would have a nice view of the surrounding city and hills. The bedding was comfortable and the room was very quiet, so I slept well. Breakfast was good, the breakfast room was open and spacious. As is common in Japanses hotels like this, there was a staff lady keeping the breakfast place spotlessly clean at all times. The Onsen was fantastic - small, but nice. The lobby has a number of great models of aeroplanes and ships, owing no doubt to the proximity of the large Defense Force base nearby. I would certainly look here first when booking another visit to Kanoya.
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FromUS$54.00
3.6/52 Reviews
The New World Hotel, and Kanoya itself, are a part of Japan that tourists don't usually come across, and that I only accidentally experienced. With that in mind I really enjoyed the place and will return. Kanoya town seems to have experienced a slow economic decline over the decades, and the New World hotel is reflective of the town's earlier status as a place people who aren't from there might need to go to, businessmen especially. The hotel surely had some kind of heyday decades ago , traces of which can still be seen in the lobby and the fading carpeting and the water stains. Also reflective of the time warp is the fact that the entire hotel has only one floor that's non smoking. The rooms bore ancient TV trays from the pre-flatscreen era, and once-exclusive bedside tables with built-in AM/FM radios. But the people were nice, and the sheets were clean, and the onsen was weathered but still pleasant. The area around the hotel seems shut by day but wakes up at night: it has quite a few little restaurants and cafes within walking distance of the hotel. I will return here to look around further: it's worth the detour from Kagoshima's more well-known sights.
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FromUS$37.00
4.7/54 Reviews
I had favorable winds on today’s cycling trip from Sata Misaki to the Okura in Kanoya, so I wheeled in more than an hour ahead of check- in time. They were very friendly and kind, giving me Room 301 well ahead of the stated check- in time. The staff were great throughout the visit. The room has a double bed with a very nice damask duvet, a good- sized work desk and a coffee table with two chairs that strangely look like they came from an Addams Family production set. No real view from this room; rooms on 4F and higher would have a nice view of the surrounding city and hills. The bedding was comfortable and the room was very quiet, so I slept well. Breakfast was good, the breakfast room was open and spacious. As is common in Japanses hotels like this, there was a staff lady keeping the breakfast place spotlessly clean at all times. The Onsen was fantastic - small, but nice. The lobby has a number of great models of aeroplanes and ships, owing no doubt to the proximity of the large Defense Force base nearby. I would certainly look here first when booking another visit to Kanoya.
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FromUS$54.00
3.6/52 Reviews
The New World Hotel, and Kanoya itself, are a part of Japan that tourists don't usually come across, and that I only accidentally experienced. With that in mind I really enjoyed the place and will return. Kanoya town seems to have experienced a slow economic decline over the decades, and the New World hotel is reflective of the town's earlier status as a place people who aren't from there might need to go to, businessmen especially. The hotel surely had some kind of heyday decades ago , traces of which can still be seen in the lobby and the fading carpeting and the water stains. Also reflective of the time warp is the fact that the entire hotel has only one floor that's non smoking. The rooms bore ancient TV trays from the pre-flatscreen era, and once-exclusive bedside tables with built-in AM/FM radios. But the people were nice, and the sheets were clean, and the onsen was weathered but still pleasant. The area around the hotel seems shut by day but wakes up at night: it has quite a few little restaurants and cafes within walking distance of the hotel. I will return here to look around further: it's worth the detour from Kagoshima's more well-known sights.
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FromUS$37.00
4.7/5127 Reviews
There is a shuttle bus at Ibusuki Station. When you arrive at the hotel, a staff member in the corresponding language will be introduced to introduce the hotel. Two paid baths, and the rest are free. I live in the Samoki Temple and the Western style. You can see the sea on the right and the mountains on the left. The only drawback is that there is no dinner option on Ctrip and the hotel has only one dinner option. Dinner was kaiseki and it was so delicious.
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FromUS$184.00
4/51 Reviews
The hot springs and food were good.
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FromUS$57.00
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