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This hotel is a two-minute walk from Mito Station, so it's perfect for business and sightseeing.
- 2-1-1 Sannomaru, Mito City, Ibaraki 310-0011
- By public transport: 2-minute walk from the North Exit of JR Mito Station
By car: 20-minute drive from the Mito IC on the Joban Expressway
- TEL: 029-221-3011
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Forest Retreat Guesthouse
The historical city of Kasama is known for Kasama Inari Shrine, one of Japan's three greatest Inari Shrines. Likewise, it is a flourishing pottery center specializing in Kasama-ware.
During the summer, the town is abuzz with local festivals and the sounds of Euterpnosia chibensis, an endangered cicada species designated as a natural heritage. Forest Retreat Guesthouse is a seven-minute drive from central Kasama. The guesthouse's hilltop location and forest surroundings make it ideal for anyone looking to relax and unwind.
From spring to summer, you can hear soothing songs of the Japanese nightingale. On summer days, listen to the crying cicadas at dawn and dusk. Autumn welcomes foliage, while winter is when snow-covered hilltops fill the view. In other words, Forest Retreat is the perfect place to experience the seasonal beauty of the Japanese countryside.
Hotel Terrace the Garden Mito
This simple yet stylishly designed hotel is directly connected to Mito Station. It is only a minute walk from the expressway bus stop departing for Narita International Airport and Tokyo Station.
The hotel’s location makes it a great hub for sightseeing and business. Popular tourist destinations are within walking distance, such as Kairakuen Garden, Lake Senba, and Kodokan.
In addition to breakfast, afternoon tea and dinner are available at the in-house Italian restaurant: Trattoria Il Bancale. There is high-speed internet available throughout the hotel's premises.
English-speaking staff is on hand to ensure you have a wonderful stay.
Oarai Park Hotel
This hotel faces the Pacific Ocean and is surrounded by pine trees, creating an air of peaceful seclusion.
Enjoy some fresh seafood in the in-house restaurant and relax while gazing out at the ocean view at this top-class hotel.
The hotel staff speaks English, so there’s no need to worry about any communication issues during your stay.
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