Ayame Ryokan Inn
Traditional Inns (Ryokan)
This long-established Japanese-style inn is situated near the Kita-Tone River in the small city of Itako.
The inn’s riverside location means stunning views, including traditional boats visible from guest rooms and the hot spring bath on the fifth floor.
Items commemorating Noguchi Uji, a famous poet born in the city, are displayed around the hotel.
- 108-24 Itako, Itako City, Ibaraki 311-2424
- Business Hours
- Business Hours
Check-in: 15:00 (Last check-in 20:00)
- TEL: 0299-62-2127
- 60 parking spots
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This hotel is located in the small city of Itako. This popular getaway spot is accessible from Tokyo by train or a 70-minute drive.
the biggest attraction is the iris festival held annually in June. During the festivities, a sea of irises turns the town purple. Visitors can also observe a traditional ceremony where a new bride travels to join her husband’s family by boat.
The hotel offers a range of conference and venue rooms and a dance floor, making it an excellent choice for company events or social occasions.
English-speaking staff is on hand to make sure your visit goes as smoothly as possible.
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There are plenty of in-house dining options, including a Japanese restaurant and Japanese-style Chinese and Western restaurant on the ground floor. A steakhouse and lounge are also located on the 15th floor, offering great views of Kashima’s distinctive skyline.
Isoyamatei Guesthouse is a seven-minute walk from Itako Iris Gardens and JR Itako Station and 70 minutes by highway bus from Tokyo Station. The entire property is rented out during the stay, which means there's no sharing with other guests.
Originally built 120 years ago and renovated into a guesthouse, the house belonged to a family in the Suigo Itako area. It is the perfect place to experience how a well-off Japanese family would have lived. Lattice windows, paper lanterns, and classic furniture lend the premise a historic atmosphere. The house is fully equipped with a fridge and kitchen, so you can make the most of local ingredients sold nearby.
When the property is functioning as a guesthouse, it operates as a cafe serving matcha and traditional Japanese sweets.
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