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Takamiya Ryokan Miyamaso

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Japan Quality Accreditation
This establishment has been awarded our Japan Quality accreditation. It has received high ratings from its guests for providing exemplary service, and through its operations it has demonstrated the ability to offer an authentic Japanese travel experience.
Rakuten Travel Japanese-Style Hotel Award 2021
Yamagata City, Yamagata
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Takamiya Group owns 12 hot spring inns in Yamagata. A long-established ryokan with a 300-year history in business.

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  • Rooms & Plans
  • Reviews
  • Facilities

Guest review score

Reviews: 126


Mokichi Kinenkan-mae Station
31 min drive
Zao Station
33 min drive
Kaminoyamaonsen Station
34 min drive

Property facilities

  • Parking lot
  • Open-air bath (hot spring)
  • Restaurant
  • Spa / Beauty salon
  • Japanese restaurant
  • Banquet hall

Explore our rooms and plans

Price (low to high)
7 room types
[Japanese-style guest room with bed-Kikyou-]
No smoking
Mountain view
Max 5 adults / 3 children
Room facilities
  • Bath and toilet available
  • Internet available in room
  • [Hana no Kaiseki Zen] Gorgeous kaiseki meal elaborated by the head chef. (One case)
    Early bird discount
    Price for:  
    1 night
    Taxes & fees incl.
    Plan details

    Early Bird Discount Plan [Breakfast] [Dinner]

    ■□■ Early booking for a great deal Early booking standard plan ■□■ If you book 60 days in advance, you will receive a discount of 2,000 yen (excluding tax) per person. We have a limited number of rooms, so please make your reservation early. ※Please note※  The displayed price has already been discounted. It will not be discounted at the time of payment. This plan is limited to online advance credit card payment. "Miyamaso Takamiya" is located on the highest hill in the innermost part of Takayu Street, Zao Onsen Town. This hot spring inn, which has been in business for about 300 years, promises a relaxing stay that feels out of the ordinary. For dinner, we offer a "Hana no Kaiseki Zen" meal that uses plenty of the bounty of the majestic