Kyoto by the Sea

Okuine Onsen Aburaya Bekken NAGOMITEI

  • Traditional inns (ryokan)
  • Onsen/Public bath

Okuine Onsen Nagomitei is an onsen ryokan (a Japanese style inn with hot spring baths) overlooking the Sea of Japan, where every room has a private open air bath, and a view of the ocean horizon where you can watch the sun rise. Inside, Nagomitei has tatami flooring with an elevator and open-plan space, making it accessible for wheel chair use. Lately, most open air baths in guest rooms do not use hot spring water, but Nagomitei has a personal supply to the hot springs, which means you can bathe in water from natural hot springs around the clock. As for food, courses are brought directly to your room, so you can enjoy seasonal seafood and Tajima beef (a famous brand of wagyu beef) in peace and quiet. Nagomitei is a retreat especially for adults, so children under the age of 12 are not permitted. The ryokan was also placed in the top 100 for the 45th Professional Choice Hotel and Ryokan Japan Awards, and received one of ten Special Jury Awards for "small inns of Japan."

570 Tsumo, Ine-cho, Yosa-gun, Kyoto Prefecture
Bus: From the Amanohashidate or Miyazu Stations on the Kyotango Railway, take the Tango Kairiku Kostu Bus towards Ine, get off at the "Ine-cho-nai" bus stop, where you can be picked up (when arriving before 3:00 p.m. only).
*Free shuttle services from Amanohasidate Station leave at 2:40 p.m., and leave from the hotel at 10:00 a.m. Shuttle service requires advance reservations.

Car: From the Kyoto Jukan Expressway, take the Amanohashidate Interchange exit, then follow National Route 176 and National Route 178 towards Ine for approximately 45 minutes.
Check-in/Check-out Times
3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. / 10:00 a.m.
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