Oyado Kiyomizu-ya is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Noboribetsu, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
While staying at Oyado Kiyomizu-ya, visitors can check out Yuzawa Shrine (0.2 mi) and Onibokora (0.2 mi), some of Noboribetsu's top attractions.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning, a refrigerator, and a seating area, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the ryokan.
Oyado Kiyomizu-ya features 24 hour front desk, room service, and a gift shop, to help make your stay more enjoyable. If you are driving to Oyado Kiyomizu-ya, free parking is available.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Onsenichiba and Sumibiyaki to Ramen No Mise Isekura, which are some seafood restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you are interested in exploring Noboribetsu, check out a history museum, such as Noboribetsu Local Museum.
Enjoy your stay in Noboribetsu!
This is a must do if you are traveling to Hokkaido; the experience was simply amazing! Plus, hospitality offered to us were top notch though they speak minimal English. We landed at the New Chitose airport, and was adviced by the airport info counter to take a Donan direct bus to Noboribetsu (it’s supposedly the cheaper option ¥1400 per person, and the easiest way to get to our destination). We were stopped at the Noboribetsu bus stop, and the ryokan is approx 15 mins walk. We checked in quite swiftly and were taken to our room. On our way to the room, the lady showed us the public bath area and also gave us an explanation of the place. Room came with a heater, and an open space which was supposedly our dining and also sleeping area. Our room came with another small bedroom with 2 single beds but we opted to sleep at the other room on the tatami. Everything we needed for the “bath” was provided to us in our room. We were served 2 meals (dinner and breakfast), options of timing were given to us and a lady will come knock on our room to bring us our meals. The food was delicious and very traditional! We enjoyed every single element of it. The public bath is open 24 hours, except between 9- 9:30pm whereby it’s closed for cleaning. This ryokan also has an outdoor bath which I strongly urge for anyone to try it. Though the weather was cold but the hot spring just balance out the cold and hot. And sitting outdoor with the fresh air and the greens just give it a different experience all together. Just about 10- 15 mins walk is the Shikotsu-toya National Park. …
The service is pretty good and staffs are passionate. The food is delicious and the dinner is served with thirteen courses! It ranges from sashimi, grilled fish, hot pot, tempura, steamed dishes, lots of variety. Omg! They are tasty and nicely presented. The outdoor spring is quite ok too. I can feel the traditional Japanese hospitality. I have a good time here.
Came here mid-Sept. Booked a tatami room for 2 futons ( extra futon is 3500 yen)as we have 2A and 2C. Room was spacious, however there’s smoke smell in the room which we believed could be from the previous guest. But we didn’t ask to change since it’s bearable and we only stay for 1 night. The keseiki dinner and breakfast was good. Staff service was excellent. Parking was right Infront of the hotel. Outdoor onsen was small but good for those who wants privacy. Will gv 5 stars if they can clean up / Revamp their toilet wall /floor tiles.
Room and hospitality wise i think most already have a minimum expectation which is quite faultless. The hotel is slightly further from the shopping street and Hell valley as compared to my last stay at Takimoto Kan but still walkable. My main grouse is the so-called Kaseiki in which i had requested for non-raw food. Instead of sashimi i was offered boiled sashimi. Thats really a lousy and lazy way customised to food requests. I had not had such bad experience with other ryokan. Worse of all the same price was charged. The in-house onsen is also quite pathetically small.
Great service all around, from the front desk to the valet to the room attendant. It is such a beautiful area, and the hotel is meticulously clean and comfortable. The hotel itself is perhaps a bit dated. The food, though coming in a great variety, seems somewhat average, but that may just be due to the amazing food we've had all trip. At times it was slightly difficult to communicate with our room attendant in English, but we got everything we need and much more! Would certainly stay there again if we got the chance.