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Ryokan in Miyazaki

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  • Hotel Takachiho
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    4.0
    135 Reviews
    Guest House
    1037-4, Mitai, Takachino-cho, Nishiusuki-gun Takachiho Miyazaki

    Spacious hotel with big dining hall. Rooms are typical Japanese size. Service is efficient and friendly. Onsens are available. Dinner was generous. It’s near the Takachiho gorge which is simply...

  • Unkai no Yado Chigi
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    4.5
    50 Reviews
    Ryokan
    404-6 Oshikata, Takachiho-cho, Nishiusuki-gun

    Small and cosy ryokan. Not an old building, on the outskirts of the town. The tatami room was big enough for two, with only a toilet and wash basin. But that is more than enough. The o-furo was...

  • Ryokan Shinsen
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    4.5
    48 Reviews
    Ryokan
    1127-5 Oaza-Mitai, Takachiho-Cho, Nishiusuki-Gun Miyazaki

    After 5 weeks of travels we stayed here and it was fabulous. The villa the staff and the food and a trip to watch the ‘harvest’ show. Can’t praise this place enough a luxury which is worth it...

  • Imakuni Ryokan
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    4.0
    42 Reviews
    Ryokan
    803-4 Mitai Takachiho Miyazaki

    There aren’t many hotel choices in this area. We stayed in their Japanese tatami room for 5. Overall this hotel is good value for the price. The hotel is dated but very clean. There is a standard...

  • Aoshima Guesthouse Hooju
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    4.5
    19 Reviews
    Guest House
    2-7-29 Miyazaki

    Conveniently located <5mins from the station and 2mins from Aoshima island. I stayed in the mixed tatami dorm which was comfortable but without much privacy. The bed was good and warm but not too...

Miyazaki Areas

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An unmissable highlight of Kyushu, Miyazaki prefecture satisfies nature lovers with its dramatic gorges cut out of rugged cliffs, leading into waterfalls and beaches of green-blue water popular among surfers. Takachiho Gorge in the north of the prefecture tells a tale of centuries-old Japanese mythology in a fantastic setting, allowing visitors to explore the waters by boat before heading up to the cave at the Awano Iwato Shrine, where the sun goddess was said to have hidden, plunging the world into darkness.

Miyazaki Photo Album