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Ryokan Oomuraya, Ureshino Onsen

Opened in 1830 this traditional Japanese-style inn provides spacious hot spring baths overlooking Ureshino river. Four different types of private baths are also available. There was a beautiful round wooden bath that caught my attention immediately. So I reserved it for an hour in the afternoon and just couldn’t wait to slide into the wonderful deep tub.

Kotobukiya Ryokan

For those travelers coming to Japan and wish to explore its traditions and culture, staying in a ryokan is a unique opportunity they should not miss. A ryokan is a type of

Karatsu Seaside Hotel

It's exciting when you walk through the hotel entrance and you find yourself facing the ocean; just in an instant the automatic gate takes to open you pass from the street to an elegant lobby with a captivating view of Karatsu Bay. I was stunned and could not take my eyes off, until I realized that I hadn't even done the check in. It was exactly that moment, when a friendly member of the staff came to welcome me and to help with anything I needed.

Hotel Route-Inn Saga Ekimae

Hotel Route-Inn Saga Ekimae is without doubt a convenient stay if you are planning to spend time in Saga. It is 35 minutes by bus from Saga Airport and just one minute walk from Saga station of JR Nagasaki Main Line. The hotel is in an excellent location if you want to move around the area, but it is in a perfect location if you want to explore the city too. It is within a walking distance from the main tourist attractions. We can easily reach Saga City Folk Heritage Museum, Saga shrine, Matsubara shrine, Saga Castle History Museum…

Sunhotel Tosu

In the morning the hotel offers a buffet style breakfast from 6:30 am to 9:30 am. Usually, they prepare Japanese food including a delicious Miso soup, but some Western-style food is also available. You can definitely find all the necessary ingredients to make your own pizza on a toast!

Central Hotel Imari

Central Hotel Imari, situated next to the JR and Matsuura stations, is a perfect base to visit the popular porcelain towns of Imari, Arita and Karatsu. The picturesque pottery village of Okawachiyama for example, can be reached by bus in just 15 minutes from the JR train station, and it only costs 150 yen each way.