Accommodation & Hot Springs

Hotels

Located in the central area of Iga City, this hotel is relatively close to Ueno Park.

上野フレックスホテル
UENO FREX HOTEL

Website    *only in Japanese

伊賀上野シティホテル
Iga Ueno City Hotel

Website  

ホテルルートイン伊賀上野
HOTEL ROUTE-INN IGAUENO

Website    *only in Japanese

ルートイングランティア伊賀上野 和蔵の宿
ROUTE-INN GRANTIA IGAUENO WAKURANOYADO

Website    *only in Japanese

ヒルホテル サンピア伊賀
Hill Hotel Sunpia Iga

Website    *only in Japanese

There are resort style hotels within an area accessible by 30 to 60 minute drive.

メナード青山リゾート
Menard Aoyama Resort

Website  

青山ガーデンリゾート ホテルローザブランカ
Aoyama Garden Resort Rosa Blanca

Website  

ホテル レイクヴィラ
Hotel Lake Villa

Website    *only in Japanese

Near the Akame 48 Falls located in the adjacent Nabari City, there are hotels and Japanese style inns (ryokan) with hot springs baths.
Famous temples including Muro-ji and Hase-dera are readily accessible from Nabari City. If you are interested in visiting those temples, you may want to choose from one of these hotels listed below.

赤目温泉隠れの湯 対泉閣
TAISENKAKU

Website    *only in Japanese

湯元 赤目 山水園
akame Sansuien

Website    *only in Japanese

香落渓温泉・名香の湯 青蓮寺レークホテル
SHORENJI LAKE HOTEL

Website    *only in Japanese

Japanese Style Inn (Ryokan)

Below is a list of inns where you can experience the essence of the Japanese culture and inns that specialize in fine Japanese cuisine.

旅館大勢楼
Daiseirou

旅館薫楽荘
Kunrakusou

観光旅館ふじ
Ryokan Fuji

Website    *only in Japanese

京家
Kyoya

料亭旅館 三田清
MITASE

Website    *only in Japanese

Hot Springs

There are many hot springs facilities in Iga.

伊賀の国 大山田温泉 さるびの
Sarubino

Website    *only in Japanese

ヒルホテル サンピア伊賀
Hill Hotel Sunpia Iga

Website    *only in Japanese

島ヶ原温泉・やぶっちゃの湯
Yabutcha

Website    *only in Japanese

伊賀の里 モクモク手づくりファーム 野天もくもくの湯
Iga no Sato Mokumoku Tezukuri Farm

Website     *only in Japanese

There is also a public bathhouse, not a hot spring.

一乃湯
Ichinoyu

Website    *only in Japanese

池澤湯
Ikezawayu

Website    *only in Japanese

日帰り温泉 癒しの里 伊賀の湯
Iganoyu

Website    *only in Japanese

[Notes] How to Bathe in a Japanese Bath

  • Most public bath operators ban people with tattoos from using their facilities.
  • You must be completely naked when entering the bath. Take off all your clothes including your underwear.
  • Wash your body before entering the bath.
  • Do not put a towel in the bath.
  • Do not wash your body in the bath.
  • Loud, boisterous behavior or talking is not allowed in the bathing room.
  • No food or drink allowed in the bathing room.
  • When leaving the bathing room, wipe all the water off your body before entering the changing room.
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