This inn consists of a three-storied wooden building with an interior beautifully crafted with stained glass, fine bamboo screens, and handmade Echizen-style Japanese paper. Take in the beauty of this harmony to enjoy the passage of time and a relaxing feeling.
Pros: Welcoming English-speaking staff, amazing mineral hot spring onsen, excellent meals, within walking distance of the shinkasen, best sleep I had in Japan!
Cons: We had hoped that dinner would have been served in our room since there was a table setting, and is generally the custom in other onsen ryokans we've been to, but we had to go to the 2nd floor ...
Pros: comfortable bed
Pros: This is most likely the best hotel we ever stayed at. The hotel provides a very authentic traditional Japanese experience, with a zen garden, a shōgi board and so on. The entire staff were extremely ...
Pros: The room was very nice, and so was the onsen, and the staff very welcoming and friendly. We only stayed one night but had a very pleasant stay.
Cons: The view from the room (on the car park). The room door wasn't very soundproof (we could hear people chatting as they were playing shogi in the hallway). This wasn't a problem as it is a ...
Pros: Food, service, room and all are nice, my girl loves it and will be back
Pros: They insisted we sit with a view of their garden to have tea when we arrived. It was very relaxing and set the mood for our stay.
A great choice for a stay in Tendo, Hohoemino Kuyufu Tsuruya is just 4.8 mi (7.7 km) from the airport. Free perks include WiFi and self parking.
This city hotel is great for all guests, whether for short-term or long-term stays. It features a family bath with waters that come from the hotel's own source. It also has a buffet breakfast and dinner that includes Sagae's local dishes which are served only in the area.
Pros: The property was lovely and the room they gave us was massive compared to most room sizes in Japan.
Pros: Breakfast was great with plenty of variety. Room was large. Very accommodating with english, directions, and tips. Responsive to online messages. Shuttle to/from the train station was helpful and ...
A great choice for a stay in Tendo, Takinoyu Hotel is just 4.7 mi (7.6 km) from the airport. The lobby lounge is a great place to grab a drink, and guests looking for a bite to eat can check out KURAZEN, one of 4 restaurants, which serves dinner. Other highlights include a garden, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and minibars.
Pros: Loved the room - very traditional Japanese with tatami flooring, bedding etc and it was very big. Our room looked out onto a beautiful private pond but it was a shame the pond was covered in bright ...
Cons: The accommodation location is in the town of Tendo (I thought it was much more set in nature) but it is surrounded by other hotels and residences. The experience was exactly that, an experience which ...
Pros: i have been here twice since last year.so peaceful so beautiful place. one of my favourite hotel all around the world
A great choice for a stay in Tendo, Shouhakutei Azumaso is just 4.6 mi (7.4 km) from the airport. Free perks include WiFi and self parking.
Pros: The hotel is located inside Ginsan Onsen. Room is large and comfortable. Dinner and breakfast is delicious and beautiful decoration. It was a good experience for staying in traditional Japanese ...
Cons: Onsen inside the hotel was very small.
This traditional riverside inn is located in the center of the Ginzan hot spring resort and offers spacious two-room guestrooms next to the mountains or the river.
Pros: Great place to relax, quiet, onsen was wonderful
Cons: Smoking area was next door to our room- stinky all the time
All guest rooms at this hotel are in traditional Japanese style. Its shared baths, Tendo's largest, are decorated with pieces from the game of shogi (Japanese chess), for which the town is well known. Guests can also enjoy local Yamagata dishes in a private room at the Roman-tei Restaurant.
Located in Tendo, a town known for shogi (Japanese chess) and onsen (hot springs), this inn features three large baths in the shape of shogi pieces, rotenburo (open-air baths) with pink blossom in spring, and three open-air baths that can be reserved for private use. Guests can also enjoy cherry beer specially brewed at the inn.
The hotel is located at Tendo Onsen, in the heart of Yamagata Prefecture. It boasts the highest amount of water springing from Tendo Onsen, at 45 liters per minute. Special grade Yamagata beef and seasonal ingredients are personally purchased by the hotel's proprietor to create delicious cuisine for guests to enjoy.
A great choice for a stay in Tendo, Sakaeya Hotel is just 4.6 mi (7.5 km) from the airport. You'll have free perks like WiFi and self parking. There's a garden, and rooms offer deep soaking tubs and refrigerators.
Pros: My friend and I stayed here during winter and the room is very warm.
Cons: The dryer did not really dried the clothes.
Pros: Stayed here two nights for an August visit to Yamadera. Hotel is conveniently located just a block from the train station and features the standard set of business hotel amenities, including frig and...
Cons: The hotel has seen better days and is need of a bit of refreshment.
Pros: Simple Hotel
Cons: Carpet is a little dirty
With only one-minute walk from the Tendo station, and located right next to a convenience store, the hotel is suitable for sightseeing and business. The guest rooms, beds, and baths are more spacious. The accommodation plan with breakfast and dinner is recommended.