Guesthouse | 2-11-4 Habasita, Nishi-ku, Nagoya-city Nagoya, Japan 451-0041
63 out of 63 customers would recommend this property
Recent review (11/11/2013)
Mei Ling Liu thinks…
"The owner of the ryokan is friendly. They offer everything I need, such as the useful map and free green tea. They have a very beautiful garden. If you really want to enjoy Japanese atmosphere and…"Read all Ryokan Kyoya reviews
- Air Conditioning
- Credit cards accepted
- Car Parking
- Internet / Wi-Fi
- 24 hour hot showers
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 7 days before arrival (local time). Payments made to HostelBookers are non-refundable.
Earliest check-in: 16:30
Latest Check-out: 9:30
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|Shared Rooms A shared room (typically a dorm) is a bedroom which you share with other people from the property. The number of beds in a room is shown in the room name, e.g. ‘5 Bed Dorm’, and you can book as many as you need. Some properties have male only dorms and female only dorms.|
6 Bed Dorm - Mixed (Shared bathroom)No meals or drinks included
About Ryokan Kyoya
Please enjoy our traditional Japanese structure.
Our Japanese style public baths are open 24 hours.
Nagoya was founded as a castle town almost 400 years ago on orders of Tokugawa Ieyasu, who considered its strategic position on the Tokaido Highway useful for controlling Osaka and other points west.
Please note that our last check in is at 21:00.
LAN wireless internet
Bathrobe (Japanese style)
Nagoya has a castle originally built by the first Tokugawa shogun, as well as one of Japan's most important Shinto shrines.
You can also stroll through an aquarium (famous for its penguins and sea turtles), visit the world-famous Noritake chinaware display rooms, spend hours at an open-air architectural museum (one of my favorites in Japan) and watch cormorant fishing in summer.
Nagoya, capital of Aichi Prefecture, is also home to Japan's newest international airport and has long served as the gateway to Takayama in the Japan Alps and Ise-Shima National Park.