AKARIYAGEIHANRO

A traditional inn overlooking
Inuyama Castle

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The view encompasses the leisurely
flowing Kiso River and Inuyama Castle, a national treasure

This venerable inn with a history of over 100 years in Inuyama, Aichi Prefecture, has been renewed.
Warm Japanese hospitality always awaits travelers at Akariya.
Looking away from the hill-top Inuyama Castle, to the west lies the magnificent spread of the Kiso River.
Enjoy a journey with a sense of history – the scenery unchanged from long ago, and the relaxing harmony of old and new at the inn.

The location beside Inuyama Castle offers the finest view.

Looking away from the hill-top Inuyama Castle, to the west lies the magnificent spread of the Kiso River.
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  • Kiso River
    Ukai Fishing

  • Inuyama Castle

  • Inuyama Castle
    Town

  • AKARIYA
    GEIHANRO

Kiso River Ukai Fishing

10 minutes from this inn by car

Cormorant fishing on the Kiso River is a technique practiced for 1,300 years.
Bonfires are used to surprise river fish. Cormorants on leashes held by the fisherman catch the fish which they then disgorge, and the process is repeated.
Visitors watch this fantastic scene from sightseeing boats. It’s a very popular attraction.

Kiso River Ukai Fishing

Inuyama Castle

A five minutes walk from our inn

In the Warring States period, warlords fought over this famous castle. The keep of Inuyama Castle is built in the oldest style in Japan.
The view from the keep of the castle, built on a hill on the banks of the Kiso River, is truly spectacular.
A balcony surrounds the top floor of the keep, looking out over the Kiso River, Mt. Ontake and Gifu Castle.
When the cherry blossoms in spring, many visitors are attracted to this famous spot.

INUYAMA CASTLE

Inuyama Castle Town

A five minutes walk from our inn

The old city around Inuyama Castle is popular for sightseeing.
Townhouses and residences still reflect the elegant taste of the Edo period.
There’s lots to see. The museum presents the history and culture of Inuyama, and on weekends and holidays, you can see demonstrations of ‘karakuri’ mechanical dolls.
Eating while walking down the street is also popular.

CASTLE TOWN INUYAMA

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A good base for sightseeing, conveniently located with easy access from the airport

From Chubu Centrair International Airport, there’s a direct line to Meitetsu Inuyama Station.
From Meitetsu Inuyama Station, it’s a 5-minute drive to the inn.
There are also many popular tourist spots around Nagoya Station on the way, including Nagoya Castle, the aquarium and zoo, with places for shopping and dining.
The inn is also very convenient for Hikone Castle in Shiga Prefecture, designated a national treasure, and Matsumoto Castle in Nagano Prefecture.

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A relaxing stay at Akariya Geihanro

ROOM
ROOM
ROOM

Guest Rooms

You can see Inuyama Castle and the Kiso River from your room. Our suites with covered rotenburo offer luxurious space. All of our rooms have a covered rotenburo bath. Enjoy soaking in the spring whenever you like.

HOTSPRING
HOTSPRING
HOTSPRING

Hotspring

Hakuteinoyu, Inuyama’s only onsen, is said to leave you beautiful, with smooth skin. Relax in your own private rotenburo, listening to the babble of the Kiso River and enjoying the view of Inuyama Castle.

Private rotenburo Hakuteinoyu Hisuzushi

Capacity: 4 persons

*Use of the private rotenburo Hakuteinoyu Hisuzushi on the second floor is by reservation.
*Please ask the staff.
*Towels and toiletries, toothbrushes, ladies’ amenities and so on are provided.

CUISINE
CUISINE
CUISINE

Cuisine

Each dish of our kaiseki cuisine is painstakingly prepared using quality seasonal ingredients.
From playful items to beautiful, delicately presented dishes, our kaiseki reveals the heights of Japanese cuisine.
*Image is for illustration purposes.

FACILITIES
FACILITIES
FACILITIES

Facilities

The lounge area is encompassed by a warm light.
Food and art-related books, records, and DVDs are available.
The free drink corner has tea and coffee, and in the evening, wine for your enjoyment.

Facilities

Number of rooms 10
*8 Japanese-Western maisonettes, 2 Japanese-Western style rooms
Common spaces Lounge, private bath, dining area, museum shop
Credit cards JCB, Amex, Diners, Visa, Master, Nicos, MUFG, DC, UC, Aeon, UnionPay
Check-in/Check-out 15:00~/~11:00

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  • Cherry Blossoms
  • Inuyama Castle
  • How to spend your time.
  • Facility
  • Lounge
  • Restaurant
  • Inuyama Festival
  • Inuyama Castle
  • Guest room
  • Guest room(hotspring)
  • Cuisine
  • Private bath
  • Inuyama Festival
  • Inuyama Festival
  • Lantern

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Access

AKARIYA GEIHANRO

Direct train ride from Chubu Centrair International Airport. About 25 minutes from Meitetsu Nagoya Station.

Institution name AKARIYA GEIHANRO
Address 41-6 Kitakoken Inuyama, Inuyama-shi, Aichi-ken. 484-0082 Japan
Mapcode 70 187 116*05

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By public transport

  • Haneda Airport
    • Keihin Kyuko About 15 minutes

    • Shinagawa Station
    • Tokaido Shinkansen About 1 hour and 45 minutes

    • JR Nagoya Station
    • Walk between stations About 5 minutes

    • Meitetsu Nagoya Station
    • Meitetsu Inuyama Line About 25 minutes

    • Meitetsu Inuyama Station
    • Taxi About 5 minutes

    • Akariya Geihanro
  • Narita Airport
    • Narita Express About 60 minutes

    • Shinagawa Station
    • Tokaido Shinkansen About 1 hour and 45 minutes

    • JR Nagoya Station
    • Walk between stations About 5 minutes

    • Meitetsu Nagoya Station
    • Meitetsu Inuyama Line About 25 minutes

    • Meitetsu Inuyama Station
    • Taxi About 5 minutes

    • Akariya Geihanro
  • Kansai International Airport
    • Kansai Airport Limited Express About 52 minutes

    • Shin-Osaka Station
    • Tokaido Shinkansen About 52 minutes

    • JR Nagoya Station
    • Walk between stations About 5 minutes

    • Meitetsu Nagoya Station
    • Meitetsu Inuyama Line About 25 minutes

    • Meitetsu Inuyama Station
    • Taxi About 5 minutes

    • Akariya Geihanro
  • Chubu Centrair International Airport Station
    • Meitetsu Airport Line μ-SKY About 57 minutes

    • Meitetsu Inuyama Station
    • Taxi About 5 minutes

    • Akariya Geihanro
  • All lines Nagoya Station
    • Walk between stations About 5 minutes

    • Meitetsu Nagoya Station
    • Meitetsu Inuyama Line About 25 minutes

    • Meitetsu Inuyama Station
    • Taxi About 5 minutes

    • Akariya Geihanro

By car

  • To Tokyo
    • Chofu Interchange
    • Chuo Expressway About 4 hours

    • Komakihigashi Interchange
    • Via Owari Parkway About 20 minutes

    • Akariya Geihanro
  • To Nagoya
    • Nagoya Expressway entrance
    • To Komaki

    • Kusunoki Junction
    • No. 11 Komaki route About 10 minutes

    • Komaki North exit
    • National Route 41 About 25 minutes

    • Akariya Geihanro
  • To Osaka
    • Toyonaka Interchange
    • Meishin Expressway About 2 hours

    • Komaki Interchange
    • National Route 41 About 25 minutes

    • Akariya Geihanro

Free taxi from Meitetsu Inuyama Station

At Meitetsu Inuyama station, please take a Meitetsu Taxi or Inuyama Taxi.
Present the receipt for the taxi fare to the front desk to receive a refund.

Parking

Parking is free of charge. Please park in the car park in front of Geihanro.

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