Villa Inawashiro

Villa Inawashiro

Villa Inawashiro is a hot spring resort hotel, located in Inawashiro Town, at the foot of Mt. Bandai. It's possible to bathe in the onsen baths at Village Inawashiro each day until midnight. The spring flows from Mt. Bandai, and is called a "beautifying hot spring" and a "fertility hot spring."
In the winter, visitors can enjoy winter sports at the ski resort located next to the hotel. Visitors can dine on original dishes made from the best ingredients grown on Villa Inawashiro's private farm. Located less than one hour from Aizu-Wakamatsu and Kitakata, and close to Urabandai, Villa Inawashiro makes an excellent hub for sightseeing in the Aizu area.

Venue Details

Venue Details
Website http://www.villa.co.jp/ (Japanese)
Contact

Villa Inawashiro

(+81) 242-62-4111

yoyaku@villa.co.jp

Accommodation details

Capacity: 87 rooms (Accommodates 350 guests)

Room styles: Mostly Japanese-style rooms, some western-style twin rooms

Room charge: One night with two meals: From 9,600 yen (Tax incl.)

Check in / Check out: From 3:00 PM / Until 10:00 AM

Meals: Breakfast: Japanese-style or Buffet | Dinner: Japanese-style

Hot springs: Sodium chloride hot spring

Pets: Not allowed in guest rooms. They may be kept at the front.

Related info Facilities: Karaoke / Credit Card Payment OK / Shop / Internet
Access Details
Access Hayama 7105, Inawashiro Town, Yama District, Fukushima Pref. 969-3102 View directions
Getting there

By Car: 15 min from the Inawashiro-Bandaikogen I.C. exit off the Ban-etsu Expressway

By Train: 15 min taxi ride from JR Inawashiro Station. Pick-up shuttle bus is available for overnight guests.

Nearby

Inawashiro Ski Resort
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Inawashiro Ski Resort

Thought to have had its sloped 'designed for Fukushima locals', Inawashiro Snow Paradise offers 17 courses across 2 expansive areas, each tailored around a different skiing style. Its convenient access is also a major draw for tourists.

Hanitsu Shrine
Historical Sites

Hanitsu Shrine

This shrine is dedicated to Masayuki Hoshina, who founded the Aizu Domain during the first half of the Edo Period. During the early Edo Period, Hoshima Masanobu – an ancestor of feudal lords from the Aizu Domain – was enshrined at Hanitsu Shrine. The grounds exude a holy atmosphere...

Lake Inawashiro
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Lake Inawashiro

Japan's fourth-largest freshwater lake, Lake Inawashiro is situated in Bandai Asahi National Park. It is also known as the “Heavenly Mirror Lake” and has a surface area of 104 square kilometers! The combination of Lake Inawashiro and Mt. Bandai form one of Aizu's representativ...

The World Glassware Hall
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The World Glassware Hall

The World Glassware Hall is located at the foot of Mt. Bandai, by the side of Lake Inawashiro. About 25,000 handmade glassware items, imported directly from countries all over the world, are exhibited and sold at the World Glassware Hall the museum. You can even try your hand at glass etching,...

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