This hotel offers onsen baths with a unique hot spring source that changes colors. Guests can also look forward to relishing delicious Japanese cuisine that's a cut above the rest. Dishes are prepared using fresh local ingredients. Enjoy a relaxing stay at this long-standing inn loved by the locals.
First-time guests may be surprised, but regular guests have long enjoyed the "black water" hot springs. Guests will receive entry tickets to Takinoyu Bathhouse, a landmark of Naruko where various types of hot spring baths can be enjoyed.
Naruko is famous for a legend about Minamoto no Yoshitsune, who was a warrior in the 12th century, and Oku no Hosomichi (The Narrow Road to the Deep North) written by famous poet Matsuo Basho. This ryokan was established 225 years ago and offers natural hot springs that have delighted innumerable guests for years.
Centrally located in a hot spring resort area, this hilltop hotel boasts beautiful views. Naruko Onsen is one of Japan's premier hot springs, and the hotel's popular rooftop rotenburo (open-air baths) are available for private use upon request.
Conveniently located 2 minutes on foot from Furukawa Station, this inn aspires to serve guests with the utmost care and consideration. Staff are ready to assist guests with their sightseeing inquiries. Guests can look forward to feeling refreshed from a busy day. Free Wi-Fi connection available. Parking lot free of charge.
Isazen Ryokan is located in Osaki, just 1.1 miles from Naruko Onsen. Free private parking is available on site. The rooms come with a flat-screen TV. Certain units include a sitting area to relax in after a busy day. Every room has a shared bathroom. You will find luggage storage space at the property. Yamagata (Junmachi) Airport is 30 miles from the property.
Offering 4 types of hot spring baths, Yoshitsune Yukarinoyu Ubanoyu lies a 5-minute walk from Naruko Onsen Station. It provides simple Japanese-style rooms, a shared kitchen and a shared lounge. Drinks vending machines and free parking are on-site. WiFi is aviailable in public areas. Ryokan Yoshitsune Yukarinoyu Ubanoyu is a 5-minute drive or 20-minute walk from Uenono Ski Area. Ski storage is available. A convenience shop can be found a 15-minute walk away. Sendai Airport is a 100-minute drive. Rooms have a tatami (woven-straw) floor and traditional futon bedding. They’re fitted with air conditioning, heating and a TV, while toilets and bathing facilities are shared. Hairdryers can be rented at the front desk. The Yoshitsune has a basic kitchen with a fridge, an old gas stove and some pots and tableware, but no knives. Guests are advised to bring knives, tableware and pots, if needed. Guests who stay for health effects of the hot spring baths may appreciate a quiet atmosphere.