See why so many travellers make Tenku no Yado Daikanso their hotel of choice when visiting Nanao. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Close to Notojima Ohashi (1.7 mi), a popular Nanao landmark, Tenku no Yado Daikanso is a great destination for tourists.
Tenku no Yado Daikanso offers guests an array of room amenities including air conditioning.
The hotel offers 24 hour front desk, a gift shop, and baggage storage, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a sauna. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
While in Nanao, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Tenku no Yado Daikanso, including Tsujiguchi Hironobu Museum Le Musee de H (0.3 mi), Noto Seafood Domburi Mitone (0.2 mi), and Nobuzushi (0.8 mi).
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Seirin-ji Temple (0.2 mi), Yumoto Plaza (0.2 mi), or Yuttari Park Ryokuchi Hiroba (0.1 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
At Tenku no Yado Daikanso, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Nanao.
Wakura Onsen is the place for ryokans and onsens. I ended up here by chance as it was the only room i could find in the area during a long weekend. It is a very big ryokan, traditional as it can be (staff welcoming and waving goodbye, yukatas in the room, tatami and futon sleeping etc.) but lacking some key elements. In a very hot Japanese summer, the air condition was not strong enough and despite the kind nakaisan who brought me an electric fan, it was too hot in the room to either stay or even sleep. I had to insist for them to bring the breakfast in the room (despite the fact that this is what is typically done). They do not speak a lot of English but the reception staff at least tried to give some recommendations and did so with a very smiley face. The real highlight of the visit was the view from my room: it was in the top floor and i could see the bay and tranquil waters, really beautiful!…
We were welcomed from the car park to our room. The nakaisan who was looking after us was so pleasant and full of knowledge. From our window we could see over the ocean and we enjoyed a bottle of red wine while watching the sun go down. Then our wonderful dinner was brought to the room. Amazing local food presented beautifully and all delicious. There was a bath attached to the room but we went to the open bath. There was also an outside bath attached to these with views over the water. After soaking in the water we returned to our room to soft futons that had been laid out for us. Breakfast was served in our room as well and was just as delicious as the evening meal. A place my husband and I will visit again.
We booked this Ryokan thru yukoyuko.net, which is a popular Japanese website used to book onsen ryokans in particular. It is your average ryokan, with your personal room attendants and all, so if you just want to experience what a ryokan is all about for a day, without paying the "Kagaya price", I think it is a great deal! The whole place does look kind of "outdated", as most ryokans are in this area, but after all if you consider the history of this onsen city, Wakura, which goes back 1200 years, being outdated is part of the charm. So with that in mind, I thought that the location was great, close to the ocean and in town, the service was fine, and unlike a lot of ryokans, they tend to leave you alone, how I like it, but if you call the front desk, they are willing to help. If you are thinking of going to Kanazawa, and want to go on a getaway from there to try onsen ryokans, I would recommend you coming up here to get a true idea of what Japan is all about. If you stay on an off season weekday, it is quite a bargain! After all, remember the price includes a Japanese style fancy dinner and breakfast, set up right in your own room. I also liked this type of onsen spa, which was a little on the salty-side, probably because it is close to the ocean, and felt smooth on your skin!!…