Located in the famous vine suspension bridge Kazura Bashi, this inn warmly welcomes its guests and makes them feel at home in a serene environment. It offers delicious handmade soba noodles and fresh mountain vegetables. Guests can truly enjoy being in the countryside, and even try making handmade soba noodles for a one-of-a-kind experience!
Looking for hotels in Miyoshi? Trip.com is a great place to start. Book hotels in Miyoshi via the Trip.com website or app, it's easy and hassle-free. You can plan a day tour in Miyoshi. Miyoshi is a quiet city. You'll definitely feel relaxed during your visit.
Miyoshi does not have civilian airport. You can fly into a nearby city and come here using another method of transportation. Miyoshi has JR Tsubojiri▽ station and JR Hashikura station. Each day, many trains run to and from Miyoshi and other cities nearby.
Although Miyoshi is not a large city, there are still hotels with great value for your money. The local average price is 123 USD per night. There are a variety of hotels to meet the needs of different types of travelers. There are 1 four-star hotels in Miyoshi at an average price of 312 USD per night. There are 6 three-star hotels in Miyoshi at an average price of 151 USD per night. There are 6 two-star hotels in Miyoshi at an average price of 63 USD per night. Hotels in Miyoshi offer great value for your money, so a high accommodation budget isn't necessary. Keikoku No Kakureyado Iyabijin Miyoshi City is one of the most popular hotels in Miyoshi. Many tourists also stay at Yoki Guest House.
In the city center of Miyoshi, you'll have easy access to Hashikurasan Ropeway. For short trips in Miyoshi, All Dolled Up are all good options. The most popular attractions for tourists in Miyoshi are Oboke and Koboke, Iya Valley, Kazurabasi.