Honenmansaku Inn Fukuroda Hot Springs
Traditional Inns (Ryokan)
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Located near Fukuroda Falls, this hotel promises a serene and comfortable stay enveloped in the lush nature of northern Ibaraki.
Sit back and relax in the natural hot spring flowing with soothing alkaline water. The therapeutic bath is said to aid joint pain and the recovery of certain illnesses.
- 169-3 Fukuroda, Daigo Town, Kujigun, Ibaraki 319-3523
- By public transport: 5-minute taxi ride from Fukuroda Station on the JR Suigun Line
By car: 50-minute drive on Route 118 along the Naka IC on the Joban Expressway. A shuttle bus is available for hotel guests (reservations required)
- TEL: 029-572-3011
- Price Range
- Hot Spring Day Visit
Adults: 1000 yen
Children: 700 yen
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