Mount Tsukuba Edoya Inn
Traditional Inns (Ryokan)
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Located in front of Mount Tsukuba Shrine, Edoya is a ryokan or traditional Japanese-style inn. The inn is popular with shrine visitors and hikers due to its convenient location. The open-air hot spring uses fresh spring water from the Cedar Spring, which is said to promote healthy skin. The spring water is also used to make the inn’s original sake brand.
- 728 Tsukuba, Tsukuba City
- By public transport: 40-minute ride on the Mount Tsukuba shuttle bus from Tsukuba Station on the Tsukuba Express Line. Alight at Tskuba-san Jinja (Mount Tsukuba Shrine) and walk 10 minutes.
By car: 25-minute drive from Tsuchiura-Kita IC on the Joban Expressway (30 car parking spaces available)
- TEL: 029-866-0321
- 30 parking spots
- Price Range
- Hot Spring Day Visit
Adults 1000 yen
Children 500 yen (includes hand towel)
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