Negiya Ryofukaku is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Kita, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
For those interested in checking out Yoshitaka Shrine (1.7 mi) while visiting Kita, Negiya Ryofukaku is a short distance away.
The rooms offer a refrigerator and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free internet access is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Negiya Ryofukaku features 24 hour front desk, room service, and a gift shop. In addition, as a valued Negiya Ryofukaku guest, you can enjoy an on-site restaurant that is available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
If you like okonomiyaki & takoyaki, Negiya Ryofukaku is conveniently located near Suzuya and Ikkyu, which are known for serving up this local favourite.
If you’re looking for something to do, Zuihoji Park (0.6 mi), Gokuraku-ji Temple (0.3 mi), and Nenbutsuji Temple (0.3 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Negiya Ryofukaku.
Enjoy your stay in Kita!
The Onsen Baths here are Golden-from high levels of Iron, Calcium, and Salt (1.5X seawater). These Golden Waters have been considered medicinal for over 1300 years (mentioned in historical papers of 631 a.d. when Emperor Jomei enjoyed the Arima Hot Springs) They are especially good for chronic pain and bronchial problems, yet leave the skin well moisturized. Breathing the cool breezes while enjoying the hot outdoor baths was wonderful! Get the Half-Board as it is worth it. I always enjoy the printed daily menus with the courses spelled out. This time it also explained "Negiya", which I had thought meant "Onion House", but actually means the ranking of the inn as it was used by priests (Negi) in the past. Can request a Non-Smoking Room. Autumn maple trees were gorgeous.
We loved our stay at this ryokan, which was a part of our first few nights stay in Japan on the first time we travelled to the country. It was super relaxing and the staff were very welcoming and helpful in ensuring we maintained all of the cultural standards. We enjoyed 1 breakfast and 1 dinner here before venturing out to the town for our meals. The ryokan meals were pricey but worth it for the traditional experience if that’s what you have come for. Arima Onsen is a quiet town with some great places to visit, shop around for best prices though, as the main strip appeared to be a bit more expensive than some of the other places. The ryokan was awesome at providing recommendations to eat nearby with price range too!! We visited in winter and it was pretty, I cannot imagine how beautiful it would be in Autumn or spring!…
With staff that go above and beyond expectations, and mouthwatering dinners and breakfasts, this place is definitely worth a stay. Even if it's expensive, if you're going to go to a Ryokan, might as well go all out, right?
If you are driving to the hotel, better contact the hotel in advance to reserve a parking spot because there aren't too many spots; if you are heading there by public transport, I think the hotel can arrange a car (like a shuttle bus) to pick you up from the station, but you better contact the hotel in advance.
I took my grandma to this place only for the hotspring and we had 2 nights here. It was such a perfect time for both of us. They serve half board dining. We really enjoyed all of the meal. Staying inside the hot water at night and feeling the cool breeze from outside, who wouldnt love it??