Exclusive for couples, this inn guarantees total quality time. Without any clock or TV to distract guests from a relaxing vacation, this quiet inn offers reservable open-air baths and Yonezawa's very own delectable kaiseki cuisine featuring beef of the highest quality.
Located in Zao Pension Village, Pension Apple features a large award-winning garden, a 24-hour indoor bath and an open-air bath that overlooks the valley. It offers bicycle rentals and a free shuttle to/from Yamagata Zao Onsen Ski Area. Western meals are served at the dining room, and feature Yamagata-gyu beef. The Pension boasts a wide selection of good wines and cheeses from France, Italy and Germany. Simple rooms feature a wooden wall, heating facilities and single beds. Toilets and bathrooms are shared. Apple Pension is a 3-minute drive from Yamagata Zao Onsen Ski Area, and a 5-minute drive from Zao-Onsen Bus Terminal. Scenic mountain temple Yama-dera Temple can be visited a 40-minute drive away.
An old traditional Japanese inn, with a beautiful thatched roof, situated in a peaceful mountain onsen area. Guests can experience the wonderful changing scenery, which evolves with the seasons throughout the year, whilst relaxing in the warm hot spring waters.
Located at the depths of a hot spring district with an atmosphere of old Japan, Kajikaso is a large Japanese-style inn surrounded by a tranquil river and a pond that offer seasonal views of fireflies in the summer and a beautiful snowscape in the winter. Among the several non-circulating 100% natural hot springs, guests staying at Kajikaso all love the large communal bath with views of the Japanese garden, the open-air bath with a waterfall, and the free reservable private bath. Guests can also enjoy local dishes, including servings of Yonezawa beef, recognized as one of the three major wagyu beef brands. A free round-trip shuttle bus service is available from Yonezawa Station.
The color of the wood. The hues of the walls. Appreciate the subtle, old-fashioned elegance. Take your pick of the colorful yukata. Completed in December 2009, new open-air "sleeping bath" and "white room" with is very own jacuzzi. Little by little we continue to enhance the Japanese "wa" element of the hotel.
This long-running inn stands as if embraced by Mt. Hayama. All guestrooms feature their own indoor hot spring bath. Enjoy hot spring water straight from its very source, and seasonal food from the area. Breakfast is until 10 am for those who like a lie-in. Dishes such as rice porridge and freshly baked bread are popular with guests.
Visit the region of serows and white monkeys with a stay at this hotel located inside a National Park, with a 700 year old hot spring, guestrooms and baths facing the valley (the baths which feature natural hot spring water and the famous Olympic bath), and the chance to see the nature changes throughout all four seasons. The hotel is located at 800 meters above sea level, and provides guests the opportunity to get in touch with nature in every season, with fresh greenery in spring, a place to beat the heat in summer, colored leaves in autumn and beautiful snow scenescapes in winter. Try the ABCs of Yonezawa (Apples, Beef, Carp) as well as delicious mushroom dishes.
Ubayu Onsen Masugataya is situated some 1,300 meters up high in a valley, and is one of the most renowned "hitou" onsen in the whole of Yamagata. Guests can enjoy stunning views of the beautiful valley from the hot waters of the open-air baths. Truly has to be seen to be believed.
Ryokan Seizan-so is located in Kaminoyama, 29 miles from Fukushima and 8 miles from Yamagata. Free private parking is available on site. All rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV. Some units include a sitting area for your convenience. Each room is equipped with a shared bathroom. Yamagata (Junmachi) Airport is 19 miles away.
Surrounded by beautiful nature near Zao Onsen hot spring resort, this European-style small pension offers a peaceful stay and comfortable accommodation, where guests can savor seasonal dishes with beef and local fresh vegetables.
A hot spring ryokan in Shirabu Onsen, located in the lush green mountains of Yonezawa city in Yamagata Prefecture. The ryokan features "robata" grilled kaiseki meals prepared with ingredients of the season, and boasts 100% all natural bathing facilities here in this hot spring area that was even used by generals in the Warring States period. Guestrooms are warm, comfortable Japanese-style rooms. With just 11 rooms available for guests, this hotel strives to maintain an air of "luxury travel".
A rational Japanese-style ryokan with a 100% onsen source. Guests can enjoy sweeping vistas of the Zao mountain range, all from the comfort of the warm public and open-air baths. Dinner is comprised of quality local dishes, including Yamagata beef and other fresh, delicious cuisine.