Ninja House Club
Located in northern Ibaraki Prefecture, Hitachiota City is home to beautiful rice paddies and mountain wilderness landscapes. Ninja House Club nestles perfectly in Hitachiota's rich natural environment with a traditional tiled roof. The property owner is a musician who gladly lends instruments to guests and even provides guitar lessons. Other one-of-a-kind experiences include farming or BBQ. It is perfect for anyone looking for a unique place to stay that feels like a home away from home!
- 95 Kamezakucho, Hitachiota City, Ibaraki
- By car:20-minute drive from Omika station on the JR Joban Line.
- TEL: 070-3824-0009
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Hagiya Ryokan Inn
This traditional Japanese-style inn boasts a great location off the Pacific Coast.
The inn’s guest rooms offer stunning sea views, while the hot spring baths are supplemented with seawater and seaweed. Furthermore, the restaurant serves local seafood focusing on the slow-food movement. During winter months, the menu includes anglerfish hotpot, a regional specialty of Ibaraki.
There’s no need to book an overnight stay to enjoy everything Hagiya has to offer. Visitors can book a day plan with a meal and visit the hot springs.
Traditional Inns (Ryokan)
Kirara no Sato Recreation Park
Okuhitachi Kirara no Sato is a recreation park home to the longest slide in Japan. Visitors will also find gardens, cabins, take-out food stands, and a soba noodle restaurant.
The park's famous slide measures 1188-meters long and can reach speeds of up to 40km per hour. In other words, this attraction is not for the faint-hearted!
On clear days, Mount Fuji and the Nikko mountains in Tochigi Prefecture are visible from the park.
Isohara Seaside Hotel
The guest rooms at this coastal hotel offer stunning views of the Pacific Ocean. The newly built open-air bath, Tenku Rotenburo, allows guests to enjoy views of the night sky or rising sun while soaking in a natural hot spring.
The in-house restaurant, Kihei, specializes in fresh seafood delivered directly from the nearby harbor, locally-produced rice, and vegetables. Options include dinner sets with a main seafood dish, a la carte dishes, and the chef’s recommended menu. The seafood and rice bowls are a hit among guests. For example, the Satoumi Bowl features mixed fresh seafood, while the Maika Bowl is topped with squid sashimi with a specially brewed soy sauce.
In winter, the hearty anglerfish hotpot is a must-try! The soup is made using miso paste, anglerfish liver, and seasonal vegetables. Adding rice to the soup even makes a delicious rice porridge.
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