Shikisai Ichiriki

Shikisai Ichiriki

Shikisai Ichiriki Hotel is located in the Bandai Atami Onsen area in the center of Fukushima Prefecture. It is accessible from Koriyama City in about 20 minutes by train. Shikisai Ichiriki Hotel has been providing guests with a luxurious place to relax in the Bandai Atami Onsen area since 1918. Here, you can see both traditional and modern Japanese architecture in one location. The hotel also boasts its own traditional Japanese garden, which is irrigated by a clear stream from the Gohyaku-gawa River, flowing down from Lake Inawashiro. The onsen water that fills the hot spring baths is known to have a beautifying quality. Enjoy Japanese food prepared by skilled chefs, and experience the changing of the seasons in a relaxing atmosphere at Shikisai Ichiriki.

Venue Details

Venue Details

Shikisai Ichiriki

(+81) 24-984-2115

Accommodation details

Capacity: 66 rooms (Accommodates 296 guests)

Room styles: Japanese-style, Western-style, Combination-style

Check in / Check out: From 3:00 PM / Before 11:00 AM

Meals: Breakfast: Japanese-style set menu / Dinner: Seasonal Kaiseki-zen (delicate and refined Japanese dishes, each served individually.)

Hot springs: Alkali simple hot spring

Pets: Not allowed

Related infoForeign language support available: English
Facilities: Izakaya, lounge, bar (no karaoke), conference rooms, souvenir shop etc.

Weekday Room Prices (For a 1 night-stay, 2 meals, 2 guests per room):
- 12-tatami-mat room (Yu-no-kura Room): 18,900 yen p/p (Tax incl.)
- 12-tatami-mat room (Hagi-no-kura Room): 21,000 yen p/p (Tax incl.)
- 10-tatami-mat room and 6-tatami-mat room: 24,150 yen p/p (Tax incl.)
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Access Details
AccessAtami 4-161, Atami-machi, Koriyama City, Fukushima Pref. 963-1309
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Getting there

By Car: 5 min from the Bandai Atami I.C. exit off the Ban-etsu Expressway

By Train: 4 min walk from Bandai-Atami Station on the JR Ban-etsu West Line (or 30 min by taxi if coming directly from Koriyama Station)


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