Where to stay in Fukushima

To explore all the wonders Fukushima has to offer, it is recommended to spend several days in the prefecture. A wide variety of accommodations are available, catering to all preferences. From traditional ryokan inns and hot spring resorts to modern hotel facilities, find comfortable places to stay throughout Fukushima.

Ryokan

Hotel Hananoyu
Ryokan

Hotel Hananoyu

A beautifying hot spring hotel with fantastic dining options and over 30 different baths to try.  

Iizaka Hotel Juraku
Ryokan

Iizaka Hotel Juraku

Daily entertainment includes: From 8:30 PM: Mochi (rice cake) pounding event From 8:50 PM: Musical performance of the day (Tsugaru-jamisen, Taisho-goto harp, etc.)

Kutsurogi-Juku Shintaki Inn
Ryokan

Kutsurogi-Juku Shintaki Inn

The sister inn to Chiyotaki Inn. Kutsurogi-Juku Shintaki Inn used to be the resort villa of Lord Matsudaira of the Aizu Domain. This ryokan has been loved and frequented by many of the literati and artists of the Meiji, Taisho, and Showa periods. Here you can enjoy three different hot spring bath...

Irori no Yado Ashina
Ryokan

Irori no Yado Ashina

Ashina is a Japanese-style inn that preserves an atmosphere of old-style living in the Tohoku Region. The facility used to be part of a 120-year-old private residence, which was taken apart, moved and then rebuilt at its present location. An overnight stay at this inn will allow guests to experie...

Hotel

Active Resorts Urabandai (Urabandai Royal Hotel)
Hotel

Active Resorts Urabandai (Urabandai Royal Hotel)

Active Resorts Urabandai is a sophisticated hot spring hotel located in the beautiful Bandai-Asahi National Park. The hotel is well connected to a variety of great tourist spots; being an only eight-minute walk from Goshiki-numa Ponds (a cluster of five volcanic lakes, each with its own distincti...

Hotel Palmspring
Hotel

Hotel Palmspring

Hotel Palmspring is a resort hotel that is perfect for both business and leisure. A convenient base for sightseeing in Iwaki, the hotel has excellent access to Spa Resort Hawaiians (5 min by car or taxi) and Aquamarine Fukushima (20 min drive). Sourced a natural hot spring, the cypress wood ba...

Hotel Listel Inawashiro
Hotel

Hotel Listel Inawashiro

Hotel Listel Inawashiro is situated in Listel Park, a 700,000-square-meter property with its own herb garden, ski area, outdoor sports facilities, and more. This hotel offers a wide variety of enjoyment as an all-season destination resort. There are two types of accommodation within the hotel ...

Aizu Astraea Hotel
Hotel

Aizu Astraea Hotel

This resort hotel is located in the Aizu Highlands, at an elevation of 1,000 meters. The interior of the hotel is chic and modern, and the facility has a relaxed atmosphere. Guests can indulge themselves in a comfortable hotel lifestyle. Guest rooms overlook Aizu Kogen Takatsue Ski Resort, allowi...

Camping & Lodges

Forest Park Adatara
Camping & Lodges

Forest Park Adatara

Forest Park Adatara is situated at the base of Mt. Adatara, surrounded by the richness of nature. From the windows of cottages and fixed caravans, you can enjoy the different scenery of the four seasons. Tent sites are spacious, letting visitors enjoy their privacy. Forest Park Adatara also has a...

Numajiri Kogen Lodge
Camping & Lodges

Numajiri Kogen Lodge

Numajiri Kogen Lodge was previously run by Junko Tabei, the first woman to climb Mt. Everest (who was born in Miharu Town, Fukushima Prefecture), and it has been visited by Sir Edmund Hillary. After being closed, the lodge was renovated, and reopened in November 2019. Guests can enjoy relaxing ho...

Kyukamura Urabandai
Camping & Lodges

Kyukamura Urabandai

Kyukamura Urabandai has it all: western-style hotel rooms, Japanese tatami rooms, open-air baths, tennis courts, an extensive campsite, and more. In fact, Kyukamura Urabandai boasts 5 camping areas, which include fixed sites where guests can camp and enjoy a barbeque without bringing any equipmen...