Traditional Inns (Ryokan)
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Situated below Oarai Shrine, this Japanese-style seaside hotel prides itself on its stunning ocean views. Guest rooms offer views over the beach, including the sunrise and moonrise over the Pacific Ocean.
Dinner is served inside the room and features fresh, local seafood. If you visit during the colder months, definitely taste Oarai’s most famous fish dish: anglerfish hotpot.
- 6882 Isohamacho, Oarai Town, Higashiibaraki-gun, Ibaraki 311-1301
- TEL: 029-266-2005
- 20 parking spots
2 parking spots for minibusses
1 parking spot for a bus
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This stylish and relaxing outdoor resort is located on a mountain summit in the forest. Guests will be treated to a panoramic view of the star-filled sky as night falls.
In the evening, resort-goers can unwind at the outdoor bar or by the fireplace, all while glamping in comfortable cabins and tents. The word "ETOWA" means "Conversation," and we hope you listen to the soothing forest sounds. You can also enjoy local food on a private deck for an outdoor-style meal.
Kurosawa Einojo Homestay
Get together for a meal around the irori (traditional sunken fireplace), at this guesthouse housed in a old-Japanese style home.
The guesthouse also offers guests the chance to experience the Japanese countryside life - pick your own farm-fresh vegetables and cook a meal together, then tuck in to some freshly baked scones with homemade jam. The propery even has an area for al-fresco dining.
*Food options vary by season and weather.
The property features two Japanese-style bedrooms, a 5-person room and a 4-person room. These rooms offer guests the chance to lay out their futon bed on the tatatmi mats before bed - the perfect memory of a trip to Japan. During the Summer months (June - September), there is also space for 4 people to camp below the stars by setting up mosquito nets and camping in the second floor of the barn.
It is possible to stay at the property outside of the Summer months - please get in touch.
Business Hotel Izumiya
A 5-minute walk from Kairakuen Garden, this hotel is a great place to explore the Lake Senba area in Mito City. The site also includes tourist attractions, including The Museum of Modern Art Ibaraki, Ibaraki Prefectural Museum of History, and the Tokugawa Museum.
The central location is close to the train station and many tourist destinations, making it ideal for travelers without a car.
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