Kirakuya Inn has friendly, English speaking owners. The inn is conveniently located for travel from Tokyo and rooms have reasonable prices, making it an ideal stop for visitors from abroad. A stay at Kirakuya will also give you the opportunity to experience bathing in a natural hot spring. The springs are available for private hire for those who are a little shy about bathing in public.

Venue Details

Venue Details

Kirakuya Inn

(+81) 24-984-2130

Accommodation details

Capacity: 25 rooms (Accommodates approx. 95 guests)

Room styles: 18 Japanese-style rooms, 6 Western-style rooms. 1 Combination-style room

Check in / Check out: 15:00 / 10:00

Meals: Dinner: A la carte | Breakfast: Buffet

Hot springs: Water supplied from two sources. Cool bath available. Hot spring water has beneficial properties for the skin.

Pets: No

Related infoOnsite Facilities:
Restaurant, reading room, shop, relaxation room, free internet hotspot, open-air baths, sauna.

Prices of Rooms per Night (Tax excl.):
- Japanese-style (with bath & toilet), including breakfast: Between 5,500 yen and 8,500 yen per person.
- Western-style single room (with toilet), including breakfast: 7,500 yen per person.
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Access Details
Access4-39 Atami, Koriyama City, Fukushima Pref. 963-1309
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Getting there

By Car: 6 min drive from Bandaiatami I.C. exit off the Ban-etsu Expressway

By Train: 2 min walk from Bandai Atami Station (JR Ban-etsu West Line


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Cultural Experiences

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