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185-18 Monju, Miyazu 626-0001 Kyoto Prefecture
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#19 of 40 hotels in Miyazu

Jinpuso is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Miyazu, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.

Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning and a seating area, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the onsen ryokan.

Jinpuso features baggage storage, to help make your stay more enjoyable. If you are driving to Jinpuso, parking is available.

Close to some of Miyazu's most popular landmarks, such as Kyu Mikamiye House (1.6 mi) and Motoise Konojinja Shrine (1.8 mi), Jinpuso is a great destination for tourists.

While you’re here, be sure to check out Wine &Oyado Chitose, one of the wine bars that can be found in Miyazu, which is a short distance from Jinpuso.

If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Amanohashidate (1.0 mi), Chion-ji Temple (0.2 mi), or Kaisenkyo Bridge (0.3 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.

Enjoy your stay in Miyazu!

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Free private parking nearby
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Hot spring bath
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Open-air bath
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David_ytyeung wrote a review Dec 2018
Hong Kong, China20 contributions7 helpful votes
它不是高級日式旅館,更像一個家庭經營的民宿。如果接受到這點,從地點,房間,食物,整體保養還是不錯的,價格也算合理。 It is not a Japanese style ryokan, but a family-owned homestay. If you accept this, and you will understand the minimal service, and with shared toilets and bathroom. The homestay is close to the main train station, about 3 min walk. The room and the common space are clean and tidy. The homestay serves dinner and breakfast. They are local family dishes. The time that I come is the crab season, and my dinner also has half piece of crab which is delicious, despite the basic room plan. The down side is that the room does not naturally warm keeping as the windows do not double glazed, although heating is provided in the room, which is sufficient for 3'c when I come. It is also quite noisy sometime without double glazed windows, mainly due to train as it is located next to the train track. Since the train runs nearly one every hour and the last train leaves at 11pm, it does not affect sleeping quality quite a lot.
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Date of stay: December 2018
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Trip type: Traveled solo
Room Tip: Amanohashidate can be viewed in sea-side room
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Hans T wrote a review Jul 2017
Surabaya, Indonesia23 contributions2 helpful votes
This is my first experience staying in a ryokan. Visiting Amanohashidate for a couple days, I figured I'd go with a traditional ryokan experience, and Jinpuso didn't disappoint. Located just a few minutes walk from Amanohashidate Station and within walking distance to nearby attractions, such as View Land and Chionji, Jinpuso offers a great view of the Miyazu Bay. I booked through Expedia, and check in was a breeze, considering I arrived quite late at night, but the staffs are friendly and helpful. I found the rooms are well-prepared and well-equipped for a ryokan. The most important thing is that it's clean an doesn't have disturbing odors. My stays comes with breakfast, but dinner is also optionally available. The communal bath and toilets are also clean and well maintained. Overall it's a truly welcoming experience and stay. One downside is that the staffs doesn't speak much English, but somehow I could manage :)
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Date of stay: July 2017
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: The ryokan provides an open-air bath that could be reserved for personal use for a fair price....
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patsako wrote a review Jun 2017
Bangkok, Thailand25 contributions1 helpful vote
Jinpuso Inn is a small hotel near Amanohashidate Station 3 min walk. There is only 8 rooms in this place.The room is clean you can share toilet and public bath in public area also clean. Worth price. I think this is cheapest but good hotel in this area.
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Date of stay: June 2017Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Roger_S6502014 wrote a review Apr 2017
Sendai, Japan188 contributions21 helpful votes
On the upside Jinpuso is right near Amanohashidate, the thin sliver of land crossing Miyazu Bay. I spent one night here in April 2017 and didn't try the food (which I should have- there is literally nothing open in Amanohashidate at night other than ramen). The building itself is fine if a little bit old. I generally do not like futons as I sleep on my side and find them overly hard. This ryokan had the best futon I've ever slept on- as good as any bed and totally comfortable. The downside- the rooms are a bit old and in the coastal climate humid. I started feeling sneezy within minutes of entering the room and was just overtaken by allergies. I really don't think it was from outside as I had just spent 1.5 hours walking around at night. My guess is that while everything looks clean there is hidden mold in the walls or tatami. I took allergy medicine which made it possible to breathe but wouldn't volunteer to spend a second night here. For what it's worth, the staff were friendly to me and chatted with me in Japanese about the area. I wasn't treated badly at all.
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Date of stay: April 2017
Trip type: Traveled solo
Heidi V wrote a review Sep 2016
49 contributions5 helpful votes
The area around this place is amazing and I can definitely recommend people to stay in this area. However, having stayed in many Japanese inns as a foreigner who speaks Japanese, I have to say this has been the worst. I was made to feel VERY unwelcome. The food was very nice but the way it was served and the conversation I overheard beforehand took any amount of relaxation and good feeling away. I have never had to write such a review before but I would not like others to be made the way I felt. When I questioned some of the attitude I was answered with back talk. Probably not knowing my Japanese was fluent, they felt they could get away with this. However for Japan and a Japanese inn, their おもてなし heart was definitely lacking. I certainly hope this was a one off occurrence for this place. Very disappointing.
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Date of stay: September 2016Trip type: Traveled as a couple
$117 - $174 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
JapanKinkiKyoto PrefectureMiyazuAmanohashidate Onsen
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Frequently Asked Questions about Jinpuso
Which popular attractions are close to Jinpuso?
Nearby attractions include Chion-ji Temple (0.2 miles), Kaisenkyo Bridge (0.3 miles), and Amanohashidate Station (0.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Jinpuso?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, kids activities, and baggage storage.
Is parking available at Jinpuso?
Yes, free private parking nearby is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Jinpuso?
Conveniently located restaurants include Taikyourou, Hashidate Kujikara Ramen, and Pain de Joujou.
Are there any historical sites close to Jinpuso?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Motoise Konojinja Shrine (1.8 miles), Kisemba Minatokan (1.6 miles), and Sumiyoshi Shrine (3.2 miles).