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1296-1 Amakusamachishimodakita, Amakusa 863-2803 Kumamoto Prefecture
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Welcome to Ryokan Igaya a traditional Japanese hot spring ryokan,located on the west coast of Kyushu in Sauthwest Japan. Igaya is the most historical ryokan in Shimoda hot spring area,which well konwn hot spring place in Japan. Our motto is "delicious seafood,comfortable sleep and nice hotspring" ,we have been open since early 1900's. You can eat fresh seafood.We use loccally produced ,fresh and natural ingredients. We have only 10 Japanese style,TATAMI,rooms.We hope that you enjoy staying at the accommodation a ryokan very similar to a comfortable Japanese home. Please relax and experience our Japanese historical family style ryokan.
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Family rooms
Smoking rooms available
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We had a splendid ryokan experience in this traditional Japanese inn in a beautiful historic building. The owners are very friendly and the food is excellent. They have a beautiful onsen and the flowers in the bath are the final touch.
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We had an incredible visit to Igaya Ryokan during a recent cycling trip to Amakusa. Upon arrival, Aki, the manager, graciously greeted us at the door. Immediately you get the impression she’s a bright, spunky, excellent hostess. We were in good hands. As soon as we were led to the room, we were offered iced green tea and tasty tea cakes. We enjoyed these and eagerly marched off to the much-needed onsen baths. This is the only natural hot spring baths on the island. The water is of palpably high quality – beyond being hot and soothing to the body, you feel the minerals lingering with you after you leave, continuing to work their magic. Add some roses to the surface, and an outdoor bath as well and you get more of the picture. It screams [read: enticingly whispers] “treat yo-self”. Once finished there, it was nearly dinnertime. Ryokan dinners are special. This was especially special – the ryokan is ninja themed, and the dinner, as such, is full of wondrous surprises. I’m not cruel enough to ruin them but know it was extra special, and full of local and delicious vegetables and seafood, carefully thought out and gorgeously presented with a hint of magic. The futons were laid out for us when we returned to our room and I scarcely made it into mine before falling sound asleep. The next morning, we awoke late, headed off to breakfast – another large and beautiful meal with many small plates of fish, vegetables, rice, and eggs. Then, one last refreshing bath before our long cycle back along the coast... but not before we got our face-in-hole pictures!
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Our cycling trip around Amakusa was perfect thanks to the lovely evening we spent at Igaya Ryokan. We revived our tired bodies in the top quality rose filled hot spring. For dinner we were thrilled to try the new ninja plan which consisted of many carefully prepared magical delicacies. The sashimi which arrived in a cloud of smoke was especially fresh and tasty. The staff was especially friendly, spoke excellent English and were accommodating to our food allergies and requests.
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PRICE RANGE
$206 - $344 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
JapanKyushuKumamoto PrefectureAmakusa
NUMBER OF ROOMS
10
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