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  • Please come to Yuzawa Royal Hotel

    1. The morning buffet made from local fresh ingredients.

    You can also enjoy famous Akita Kiritampo Nabe; rice stick hot pot and Inaniwa udon; one of the three Japanese major udon noodles.


    2. Best courteous services

    We will offer sincere services in order to make our guests happy and satisfied.


    3. Free Wi-fi with all rooms, amenities and fulfilling room facilities.

    Bathroom, restroom, TV, refrigerator, green tea, hair dryer, tooth brush, shaving set, shampoo and hair conditioner, body soap, are included in each room. You can use Free Wi-fi and high-speed Internet in room (LAN cable is available at the reception).


    4. Great location both by train and car. Easy access.

    Our hotel locates within 10 minute walk from Yuzawa station, and also very closes to the highway exit. As we provide free large car parking, please feel free to come by car. Convenience stores are also near from our hotel.

    Address:2-2-38 Tamachi Yuzawa, Akita 012-0844

    Directions: 5-minute drive from Yuzawa IC; Yokote Yuzawa highway/5-minute walk from Yuzawa station

    Parking:140 cars, Free.


    5. The comfortable lobby in marble with comfortable furnitures that makes you relaxed.

    Please rest at ease at our lobby.


    Vibrant Exploration

    Sake breweries tour

    Location: Sake breweries (About 3-10 minutes by walk)

    Yuzawa is very famous for making sake. You can enjoy sake breweries tours, such as “Ranman,” “Ryozeki,” and “Fukukomachi.”

    Warehouse in Masuda

    Location: Masuda-machi (About 20 minutes by car)

    Masuda-machi flourished as a center of circulation and business from the late modern period to modern period. In 2013, Masuda-machi was chosen as a nationally important preservation district of historic buildings. You can enjoy walking around the warehouse and artistic streets.

    Making Inaniwa Udon by your hands

    Location: SatoYosuke Sohonzan (About 20 minutes by car)

    You can have a great experience of making Inaniwa Udon known as one of the three Japanese major udon noodles.

    A reservation is necessary by the day before.