Monday, 31 August 2009

Where to stay ?

Although Misasa is a small town, there are a lot of Ryokan 'Traditionnal Japanese style inn" built in wood, located in the heart of Misasa Onsen.


Ohashi
Classified as national cultural material, it is arguably the most famous inn in Misasa.

One night f
are: 21 150 yen for one room
Amenities: Open air bath (water directly from the source), three indoors unisex baths and a private bath (reservation required), body care room.
Room: Japanese style bedroom with tatami and futons
Capacity: 150 Persons
http://www.o-hashi.net/english/index.html (English website, book online)

Misasakan
The largest hotel of Misasa.

One night fare 18 000 yen for one room
Facilities: outdoor pool, outdoor unisex bathroom and private outdoor bath (reservation required)
Room: Japanese style bedroom with tatami mats and futons
Capacity: 380 persons
http://www.misasakan.co.jp/member/m-reg1.php (Japanese)
Tel: (+81) 0858-43-0311

Hanaya Bekkan

One night fare: 13 800 yen for one room
Facilities: Bathroom with watermill
Room: Japanese style with tatami and futons
Capacity: 180 people
http://www.misasaonsen.com/furo.html (Japanese)
Tel: (+81) 0858-43-0231

Blanc Art Hotel
The "castle" of Misasa

One night fare: 8 550 yen for one room
Facilities: Indoor unisex Bathrooms, family bath, outdoor bath, bathroom for disabled people.
Buffet + bath on Friday, Saturday and Sunday between 11:30 and 13:45 - 1 000 yen / person
Room: Western-style (twin) or Japanese (tatami and futons)
Capacity: 175 persons
http://www.blancart.jp/index.html (Japanese)
Tel: (+81) 0858-43-2211

Yuraku
Bonfire Hotel

One night fare: 10 650 yen for one room
Facilities: outdoor mixed bath and private bath inside (reservation required)
Room: Japanese style with tatami and futons
Capacity: 70 persons
http://www.misasa.info/index.php (Japanese)
Tel: (+81) 0858-43-1121

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