What is a Ryokan? Ryokans are the best way to experience Japanese culture and enjoy the true comforts of Japanese hospitality and service.
Hot springs have a very long history in Japan, and they are an intimate part of Japanese culture. There are over 3,000 "onsen" ,or hot springs, in Japan. Many can be found at the ryokans available on Japanese Guest Houses.
Popularly regarded as one of the three most beautiful places in Japan (the other two are Amanohashidate on the Japan Seacoast and Matsushima in Tohoku), Miyajima is a tiny island located just off the mainland in the Seto Inland Sea near Hiroshima. Miyajima is easily recognized in photos by the huge red torii (gate) which rises out of the ocean and guards the entrance to Itsushima Shrine. Miyajima is a gorgeous island and the perfect place for walks and hikes as it consists of steep, wooded hills. The island also has deer and monkeys which roam the island freely. Before you reserve... If you are staying overnight on Miyajima, please order both dinner and breakfast. All restaurants on Miyajima close around 17:00 (5:00 pm).
Miyajima is easily accessed from Hiroshima
Established in 1917, Momijiso is a comfortable and cozy Traditional Ryokan with 6 Japanese-style rooms (including 1 non-smoking room). Momijiso is located in the heart of beautiful Momijidani Park and the ryokan has a Japanese garden, a stream running behind the ryokan, and it is surrounded by maple trees. The owners of this ryokan take special pride in giving the best service and attention to all of their guests. Delicious (and plentiful) home-style Japanese cuisine is served to the gues...
Welcome to Iwaso. This wonderful Luxurious Ryokan, opened in 1893 was the first ryokan opened for business on Miyajima. Iwaso is situated in a very beautiful part of Momijidani Park and when it was first constructed the owner built a tea shop and planted the area with maples trees. Iwaso was constructed in the "miya-daiku" style, by the same craftsmen who built Japanese shrines. Previous guests have included famous authors, artists, and members of the Japanese royal family. There are 42 J...
Welcome to Ryoso Kawaguchi. This is Modern Ryokan is located on a quiet street of Miyajima-cho and is very convenient to all the historical sights. It is family run and operated with the goal of making you feel at home. Meals are home cooked with local ingredients and change depending on the season. The owners are devoted to making you feel like you are staying with friends.
Welcome to Jukeiso. This Modern Ryokan has a spectacular view of the ocean and the famous red gate guarding Itsukushima shrine. There are 11 Japanese-style rooms and 2 Western-style rooms, and each room has its own private bath and toilet. There is also shared baths (same gender only) that are open 24 hours a day. There is a restaurant and lounge with views of Miyajima Island on the top floor. Jukeiso specializes in serving its guests only the freshest seafood caught from the Seto Inland ...
Welcome to Kinsuikan. This Modern Ryokan has 39 guest rooms and most of the guest rooms are in traditional Japanese style (there are also deluxe rooms which have antique, Japanese style hearths). There are also two large indoor wooden baths for women and men (same gender only). All rooms at Kinsuikan have their own private toilet and baths/showers. Fresh, seasonal meals are served year-round. Check-in time is after 15:00 and check-out time is before 11:00 am.
Welcome to Kikugawa. This Modern Ryokan is located in Miyajima known for its pleasant, natural scenery. There are 8 guest rooms at Kikugawa, including 1 Japanese style room, 6 Western style rooms and 1 Japanese-Western style room. Unfortunately, there are no shared baths, but each room has its own private bath and toilet. Traditional Japanese cuisine is served to guests. Free parking is available, but there is only room for one car so a parking reservation is needed.
Welcome to the Hotel Miyarikyu. This Ryokan Hotel is only a 3 minute walk from the ferry terminal on Miyajima Island. There are 64 Japanese-style rooms in the Hotel Miyarikyu, and each guest room has its own private bath and toilet. A shared bath is available to both women and men (same gender only). Fresh seafood dishes are served at the Hotel Miyarikyu, and all of the seafood is from the Seto Inland Sea.
Welcome to the Hotel Makoto. This Ryokan Hotel is only a 5 minute walk from the ferry terminal on Miyajima Island. There are 44 Japanese-style rooms in the Hotel Makoto, and each guest room has its own private bath and toilet. A shared bath is available to both women and men (same gender only). A small “family bath” is also provided for the guests (a family can hang a sign outside of the bath and bathe privately - please ask at the front desk for details). Fresh seafood dishes are se...
Hyogo-ken Chijitoroku Ryokogyo 3-609
(Hyogo Prefecture Travel Agent License Number 3-609)
10-5-401-1-(2) Sakae-machi, Kawanishi-shi, Hyogo-ken Japan
Part of the Rediscover Group of Travel Companies Rediscover Japan Co., Ltd. (Japanese Guest Houses)
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