Hot spring inns/hotels in Yamagata: 36
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YAMAGATA THE TAKINAMI(山形座 瀧波)
One of the finest luxury ryokans in Yamagata offering an exquisite dining experience with local brand-name ingredients and country-style gourmet cuisine including organic rice, Yonezawa Beef, Yonezawa Pork, Kome Kokko Jidori Chicken, Shonaihama Seafood, and famous soba noodles.
Takamiya Hotel Jurin(タカミヤビレッジホテル樹林)
A hot spring accommodation located in Zao’s highest ski resort. Although the lush natural surroundings are truly remarkable, the biggest draw here has to be the quality of the onsen water. If you are particular about the quality of hot spring water, you’ll definitely feel that this is of a superior quality, even amongst the high standard of Zao's famous onsens. Dine on top-quality local beef and pork while enjoying panoramic views of the area.
Takamiya Hotel Lucent(ホテルルーセントタカミヤ)
Situated in a truly blessed location in the center of Zao Onsen, and with the gondola boarding area on its doorstep, this hotel takes particular pride in its choice of guest rooms, and its onsen with water that flows directly from the hot spring source. Dine on the local and kaiseki cuisine as well as Yamagata Beef here.
Takamiya Ryokan Miyamaso(深山荘高見屋)
Founded in the first year of the Kyoho era (1716) and spanning a history of 300 years, this ancient ryokan has witnessed the changes in Zao Onsen over the centuries. Combining elements of traditional beauty with innovative design, the interior of this ryokan boasts a commanding and dignified atmosphere, only possible as a result of its long-standing history.
Meitoya Sou(名湯舎 創)
Within walking distance of the hotel, this is the perfect onsen accommodation for your first trip to Zao Onsen. Savor the local buffet of seasonal Zao flavors and Yamagata cuisine. In keeping with modern Japanese trends, smoking is not allowed in all rooms.