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Stay at Kameya Onsen

Situated in the heart of Miyagi’s hot spring area of Naruko is Kameya Onsen, a classically modern Japanese ryokan and home to some of the most impressive indoor and outdoor baths in the whole prefecture.

  • Stay at Kameya Onsen

    Stay at Kameya Onsen

    Managing to strike the perfect balance between traditional Japanese aesthetics and modern contemporary comfort, no matter how long your visit, a stay at the Kameya Onsen is one unforgettable experience. Located just five minutes by car from JR Naruko-Onsen Station, the positioning of Kameya Onsen makes it the ideal home base for exploring everything this incredible pocket of Tohoku has to offer.

    Stay at Kameya Onsen

    Stay at Kameya Onsen

    Though the accommodation style is traditionally Japanese, with tatami (woven-straw) floors and Japanese futon beddings, each room is fully equipped with everything you’d expect from a modern hotel. Each room has wifi, a TV, basic kitchen amenities like an electric kettle and fully stocked en suites. Beyond the rooms, the ryokan also houses a tea lounge, air conditioning, a banquet hall, restaurant, conference rooms, communal bathing areas, a karaoke room and even a midnight snack corner. Each room also offers priceless and serene mountain views that simply must be seen to be believed.

    Stay at Kameya Onsen

    Stay at Kameya Onsen

    Given that Naruko is Miyagi’s hot spring hub, many inns and hotels located in the area house their own unique water sources on their properties and Kameya Onsen is no exception. The hotel is home to a collection of healing and relaxing public indoor and outdoor hot-spring baths. One particular bath you can’t miss is located on the 6th floor of the building. This indoor bath features large open style windows that look out onto the surrounding mountains, allowing guests to soak up the town’s incredible beauty.

    Stay at Kameya Onsen

    Stay at Kameya Onsen

    Breakfast and dinner are served daily in the hotel’s main restaurant. Here guests are able to sample classic Japanese dishes all made with some of the region’s finest produce. Beyond the restaurant, guests can also spend time in the peaceful and relaxing communal lounge, sipping tea or cocktails while admiring the lounge’s view which overlooks the hotel’s main garden. If that wasn’t enough there’s also a gift store within the hotel offering unique omiyage (souvenir) options, and local sweets and delicacies only found in the Miyagi prefecture.

    Stay at Kameya Onsen

    Stay at Kameya Onsen

    The hotel has a variety of rooms to suit every type of traveller. Whether you’re visiting solo, as a couple, as a family or in a larger group the hotel can offer an accommodation set up to suit you, but do be aware all rooms are Japanese style. Check in time is typically between 3pm and 7pm, and check out is 10am on the morning of departure. If you’re travelling from the JR Naruko-Onsen Station, the drive is about five minutes so getting a taxi is a pretty reliable option. Otherwise the hotel does offer a shuttle bus service, but be sure to call in advance to ensure that someone is available to pick you up. If you’re travelling by car there’s free parking available onsite too.

    Narukonsen
    Address
    Miyagi Pref. Osakishi Narukonsen Yumoto
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    Hotel Kameya
    Address
    Naruko Onsen Kurumayu 54-6 Osaki Miyagi
    Phone
    0229-83-2211

    2019/07/03Check-in (2 persons per room)※Nightly fee per person Update date:2019/06/19

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