Hotels in Nichinan, Japan
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Hotel Hotel Nichinankaigan Nango Prince Miyazaki Nichinan
Set in a prime location of Miyazaki, Nichinankaigan Nango Prince Hotel puts everything the city has to offer just outside your doorstep. The property features a wide range of facilities to make your stay a pleasant experience. Luggage storage, Wi-Fi in public areas, meeting facilities, restaurant, bar are just some of the facilities on offer. Wake-up service, whirlpool bathtub, air conditioning, heating, desk can be found in selected guestrooms. Enjoy the hotel\'s recreational facilities, including private beach, outdoor pool, fishing, before retiring to your room for a well-deserved rest. No matter what your reasons are for visiting Miyazaki, Nichinankaigan Nango Prince Hotel will make you feel instantly at home. more
Hotel Nazuna Obi Onsen Resort Nichinan
Kiraku Obi is comprised of two separate vacation homes, “Katsume” and “Ohya,” both offered as exclusive stays where guests can enjoy an entire Home all to themselves. Each Home has been carefully renovated to preserve its time-weathered beauty wherever possible, while offering familiar comforts, such as Wi-Fi, modern bathrooms, room cleaning, and crisp linens. Within its spacious 1100㎡ premise, “Katsume” boasts a private "Karesansui" garden, which is said to have been created in the 18th century and has been designated a "place of scenic beauty" by Miyazaki Prefecture. Originally a "Nagaya-mon" (gate-house) for a larger Samurai estate dating back to the Edo period (1603 through 1868), “Ohya” has been transformed to highlight traditional Japanese architectural features such as an “irori” (sunken hearth), as well as a “doma” "(traditional earthen floor) featuring an "okudo-san"(traditional stove). Both Homes are fitted with a large “Koyamaki” (wooden) bathtub, as well as a full kitchen among other comforts, providing guests the opportunity to explore and experience this wonderful feudal town like a local. Once the center of a 51,000 "koku" fiefdom ruled by the Ito clan for close to three centuries, Obi is a quaint castle town with streets lined with samurai and merchant villas. Moss covered shrines, Obi Castle, and a "Han" school built by the Ito Clan are among some of the cultural gems that make up Obi's Edo-period townscape. Enjoy experiences such as "shimanto" archery, as well as local cuisine such as Miyazaki style grilled chicken, or Obi-made "shochu". Nearby places to visit include Udo Shrine, the Sakamoto Rice Terraces, and the Nichinan beaches, popular for surfing and other marine sports. more