Okuaizu, Japan

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WHERE TO STAY
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Where to Stay Spotlight

Small-size Inn

Smaller in size, you may enjoy personal communication with people working for an inn. Most of a stay comes with dinner and breakfast. You might be able to try some traditional local dishes.

Small-size Inn

Smaller in size, you may enjoy personal communication with people working for an inn. Most of a stay comes with dinner and breakfast. You might be able to try some traditional local dishes.

Okuaizu Nonbirikan (in Mishima)

The building is a beautiful wooden structure with traditional Japanese design. “Nonbiri” in Japanese means “take it easy”. So, enjoy “Nonbiri” time.
Price: Starting from 7,000 yen (including tax) per night. (Dinner and breakfast included.)

Address: 262-1 Miyashiya, Mishima
TEL : 0241-42-7008
http://www.okuaizu-nonbirikan.jp/

Takinoyu Ryokan (in Yanaizu)

Established in 1899, this inn has been offering rejuvenating time with its Onsen. Guests can enjoy both indoor and outdoor hot-spring baths.
Price: Starting from 12,500 yen (plus tax) per night. (dinner and breakfast included.)

Address: 829 Nagasaka Sunakohara, Yanaizu
TEL : 0241-43-2311
http://www.takinoyu.info/

Uchidaya Inn (in Yanaizu)

This inn has been in business for 140 years, located near Enzoji. Enjoy hot-springs, indoor and outdoor baths.
Price: Starting from 10,000 yen (plus tax) per night. (dinner and breakfast included.)

Address: 174 Jikemachiko Yanaizu, Yanaizu
TEL : 0241-42-2021
http://uchidaya.info/

Ebisuya Inn (in Kaneyama)

This inn has baths of carbonated hot-springs. It is located by the Nojiri river, in which a Kappa, a water-dwelling creature, lives, according to a legend. A private bath is available. Price: Starting from 11,000 yen (plus tax) per night. (dinner and breakfast included.)

Address: 2786-1 Yokoido Tamanashi, Kaneyama
TEL : 0241-54-2211
http://www.ebis-ya.com/

Large-size Inn

Relatively larger in size, the facility is usually well equipped. A room is usually Japanese style. However, several inns have regular rooms with beds. Normally, dinner and breakfast are served during a stay. If you do not want to have food services, contact the inn.

Large-size Inn

Relatively larger in size, the facility is usually well equipped. A room is usually Japanese style. However, several inns have regular rooms with beds. Normally, dinner and breakfast are served during a stay. If you do not want to have food services, contact the inn.

Seiryu No Yado Kawachi (in Yanaizu)

This inn is located near Enzoji. The view of Enzoji and Tadami river from its window is gorgeous. Enjoy hot-springs bathtubs made of Hinoki, a Japanese cypress.
Price: Starting from 11,000 yen (plus tax) per night. (dinner and breakfast included.)

Address: 150-1 Shitadairaotsu Yanaizu, Yanaizu
TEL : 0241-42-2600
http://www.kawachiya-gr.jp/hotel/

Miyashita Onsen Eikokan (in Mishima)

The View of Tadami river can be enjoyed from each guest room and hot-springs baths.
Price: Starting from 10,000 yen per night. (dinner and breakfast included.)

Address: 4113 Shiomizu Miyashita, Mishima
TEL : 0241-52-2636

Toki no Sato Yurari (in Tadami)

There are two large indoor hot-springs baths and outdoor hot-springs baths. You can take a sauna as well.
Price: Starting from 8,300 yen (including tax) per night. (dinner and breakfast included.)

Address: 50 Uwadaira Nagahama, Tadami
TEL : 0241-84-2888
http://www.yurari.co.jp/

Aizu Astraea Hotel (in Minamiaizu)

The hotel is located by the ski slopes of Takatsue Ski Resort. A regular guest room has bed(s) and a bathroom.

Address: 535 Takatsuehara, Minamiaizu
http://aizu-kougen.jp/astraea

Farmer’s Inn

This type of inn is operated by farmers, providing farming experiences to the guests. The guests may enjoy homemade food and learn about local customs and culture.

Farmer’s Inn

This type of inn is operated by farmers, providing farming experiences to the guests. The guests may enjoy homemade food and learn about local customs and culture.

Nohaku Yamaneko (in Yanaizu)

Have fun working in blueberry and organic vegetable fields. Guests may try various activities: learning how to make Umeboshi, pickled plums, smoking food and chopping firewood.
Price: Starting from 8,000 yen (plus tax) per night. (dinner and breakfast included.)

Address: 267 Idaira Sunakohara, Yanaizu
TEL : 0241-43-2632
kaneko.k@hyper.ocn.ne.jp
http://www.maff.go.jp/tohoku/6zi_koudou/waku2navi/attach/pdf/hu_navi-11.pdf

Modoki House (in Kaneyama)

During the harvesting season, guests may experience reaping vegetables. In winter, making of straw sandals are fun to do.
Price: Starting from 5,000 yen (including tax) per night. (dinner and breakfast included.)

Address: 2108-1 Meguro Yokota, Kaneyama
TEL : 0241-42-7071

Guesthouse

This is a kind of hostels. The cost is very reasonable. Guests stays in a dormitory-style room with bunk beds, where four to ten guests may stay in one room. Guests can use shared facilities such as a kitchen and a living room. The benefit of this type of accommodation is that guests may become friends through their stay. Dinner and breakfast can be served upon request with additional cost.

Guesthouse

This is a kind of hostels. The cost is very reasonable. Guests stays in a dormitory-style room with bunk beds, where four to ten guests may stay in one room. Guests can use shared facilities such as a kitchen and a living room. The benefit of this type of accommodation is that guests may become friends through their stay. Dinner and breakfast can be served upon request with additional cost.

The Guesthouse Sokokashiko

A stylish old house standing on an archeological site. This inn offers a shared room, in which there are bunk beds. At night on weekend, this inn does business as a restaurant. Fee is reasonable but does not include dinner and breakfast. Dinner and breakfast can be served upon request.

Address: 1302 Arayashiki Kuwanohara, Mishima
https://sokokashiko.info/
info@sokokashiko.com
090-3345-3043

Camping Sites

If you are looking for the best way to fully experience being in nature, camping is the way to go. There are several camping sites in Okuaizu. You will be rejuvenated by feeling gentle sun in a face and hearing sounds of a creek. Enjoy and relax in unspoiled nature of Okuaizu.

Camping Sites

If you are looking for the best way to fully experience being in nature, camping is the way to go. There are several camping sites in Okuaizu. You will be rejuvenated by feeling gentle sun in a face and hearing sounds of a creek. Enjoy and relax in unspoiled nature of Okuaizu.

Tadami Ikoi no Mori Automobile Campground

There are several types of housing to choose from. Select one that fit your preference. During your stay, you may enjoy BBQ and Soba-noodle making.

Address: 2832 Mukaiyama Tadami, Tadami
0241-82-2432
http://tadamikousya.sakura.ne.jp/ikoiforest/about_access/

The Lake Numazawa Automobile Campground

This camping site is located by the lake. In summer, guests may enjoy watersports. In the neighboring forest, people enjoy birdwatching. The campground is open between late-April and early-November.

Address: 2851 Arahama Okuriyama, Kaneyama
0241-55-3140
http://www.aizukaneyama.co.jp/newpage3.html

Hostel (Suit for field-trip)

There are renovated school buildings in Okuaizu. Those facilities are utilized as hostels. Groups of people (e.g. children on a field trip) stay and have various experiences for usually an educational purpose.

Photo by Association for Promotion of Tadami Biosphere Reserve.

Hostel (Suit for field-trip)

There are renovated school buildings in Okuaizu. Those facilities are utilized as hostels. Groups of people (e.g. children on a field trip) stay and have various experiences for usually an educational purpose.

Photo by Association for Promotion of Tadami Biosphere Reserve.

Mori no Bunko Fuzawa

This hostel provides its guests unique experiences such as charcoal making, mushroom hunting and winter trekking.
Price: Starting from 5,800 yen per night. (dinner and breakfast included.)

Address: 544 Okubo Fuzawa, Tadami
TEL: 0241-71-9511
http://fuzawa.org/

Mori no Kosha Katakuri

Here in Mori no Kosha Katakuri, guests can learn how to cook traditional dishes, such as “Kozuyu” and “Sasamaki”. Rice-cake making is fun to try. BBQ can be enjoyed in Summer.
Price: Starting from 5,400 yen per night. (dinner and breakfast included.)

Address: 3580 Kanbara Nishikata, Mishima
TEL : 0241-48-5577
http://katakuriokuaizu.wixsite.com/index