Gamagoori-shi, Miya Hotspring, Hiranoya
Gamagoori-shi, Miya Hotspring, Hiranoya
Gamagoori-shi, Miya Hotspring, Hiranoya
Gamagoori-shi, Miya Hotspring, Hiranoya

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Open for 90 years. A longstanding hotel at Mikawa Bay.

Open for 90 years.
A longstanding hotel at Mikawa Bay.

Hiranoya is the longest standing authentic Japanese hotel in Miya Hotsprings which embraces the scenic Mikawa Bay. Located high on a hill top, guests have a commanding view of the changing expressions of the surrounding area each season. Our natural hotspring called Bihaku-Izumi is loved by women and is said to make you beautiful. There are a total of four different baths for guests to enjoy at our hotel. Enjoy all sorts of delicacies from the Mikawa area blessed with a warm climate. Guests are greeted by the serene crashing of the waves, the smell and warmth of the surrounding forest and traditional Japanese hospitality.

Open for 90 years. A longstanding hotel at Mikawa Bay.

Open for 90 years. A longstanding hotel at Mikawa Bay.

HOTSPRING

Enjoy our four baths, each with their own unique atmosphere.
*The men and women's baths are switched each morning except for the garden open-air bath.

Hina-no-Yu Garden Open-Air Bath

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Hina-no-Yu Garden Open-Air Bath

The scent of wood hangs in the air over the warm waters.
Relax in the garden open-air bath with its rustic scenery.

Kirara-no-Yu Large Bath

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Kirara-no-Yu Large Bath

Our large bath is clean and utilizes granite throughout.

Arara-no-Yu Cave Bath

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Arara-no-Yu Cave Bath

This rustic cave bath will make you feel like you were deep underground.

Arara-no-Yu Rome Bath

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Arara-no-Yu Rome Bath

This is a classic and old style bath with stained-glass windows and marble.

CUISINE

CUISINE

The Mikawa area is blessed to have an overall warmer climate, a beautiful ocean and mountains. Our head chef carefully prepares each and every dish made with local natural ingredients.
Come experience our fresh catches from the sea and mountains.

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CUISINE

GUEST ROOMS

West Annex - Urakutei

Each room is unique in its own right with special furnishings, fabrics, ceramics and precious woods to make each a unique experience.Each room has a spectacular view of Mikawa Bay with its expansive ocean and mountains.

GUEST ROOMS

West Annex - Urakutei

Each room is unique in its own right with special furnishings, fabrics, ceramics and precious woods to make each a unique experience.Each room has a spectacular view of Mikawa Bay with its expansive ocean and mountains.

East Annex - Ryokusuitei

This sukiya style building is located at the highest point of Miya Hotsprings and is provided with every luxury imaginable.

GUEST ROOMS

East Annex - Ryokusuitei

This sukiya style building is located at the highest point of Miya Hotsprings and is provided with every luxury imaginable.

Main Building

The extremely clear-cut lines that make up the interior are traditional Japanese inspired and will make you feel a sense of nostalgia.Spend a quiet and relaxing time surrounded by the expansive ocean and greenery.

GUEST ROOMS

Main Building

The extremely clear-cut lines that make up the interior are traditional Japanese inspired and will make you feel a sense of nostalgia.Spend a quiet and relaxing time surrounded by the expansive ocean and greenery.

  • Free Wi-Fi Internet

    Free Wi-Fi Internet

  • Colorful robe rental for 1,000 yen

    Colorful robe rental for 1,000 yen

  • Check in: 3:00PM

    Check in: 3:00PM

  • Check out: 10:00AM

    Check out: 10:00AM

Total capacity
400 guests
Main Building: 36 rooms, East Annex - Ryokusuitei: 25 rooms, West Annex - Urakutei: 21 rooms (all rooms complete with heating and air conditioning, bath and restroom (individual))
Amenities
Hand towel, bath towel, body soap, shampoo, hair conditioner, shower cap, hair dryer, tooth brush, tooth paste, soap, comb, robe, razor, Q-tips, down quilt, warm water toilet washlet

ACCESS

Arriving by Train

Nagoya Station
Approximately 45 min.
on the JR Tokaido Main Line
Mikawa Miya Station
Approximately 7 min.
with the free welcome bus
Hiranoya
Tokyo
Station
Approximately 85 min.
Tokaido Shinkansen Hikari
Toyohashi Station
Approximately 15 min.
on the JR Tokaido Main Line
Mikawa Miya Station
Approximately 7 min.
with the free welcome bus
Hiranoya
Shin-Osaka Station
Approximately 50 min.
Tokaido Shinkansen Hikari
Nagoya Station
Approximately 45 min.
on the JR Tokaido Main Line
Mikawa Miya Station
Approximately 7 min.
with the free welcome bus
Hiranoya
Kyoto
Station
Approximately 40 min.
Tokaido Shinkansen Hikari
Nagoya Station
Approximately 45 min.
on the JR Tokaido Main Line
Mikawa Miya Station
Approximately 7 min.
with the free welcome bus
Hiranoya

About the
Free Shuttle Bus

A free shuttle bus is available from Mikawa Miya Station to Hiranoya.
2:20 / 2:50 / 3:20 / 3:50 / 4:20 / 4:50

*Please contact us if you are arriving at a time other than those above.
*The shuttle bus is not available in August, December or New Years.

SIGHTSEEING

Laguna Ten Bosch

Laguna Ten Bosch

This resort complex situated near the sea has enough attractions to keep you busy all day including a theme park, outlet mall, restaurants and more.
The resort holds various events depending on the season, such as a swimming pool and fireworks during the summer and magical lights in the winter.

*Pickup service to and from Laguna.
(3 minutes from our hotel by car)
*Reservation required for pickup service.

Takeshima

Takeshima

The entire island of Takeshima is an uninhabited national monument that you can cross the bridge on foot to visit.

Takeshima Aquarium

Takeshima Aquarium

The Takeshima Aquarium has 4,500 creatures and 450 different types of seawater and freshwater creatures.

Kobodaishi

Kobodaishi

The largest statue of Kobodaishi in the east sits atop the summit of Kobo Mountain.

Gamagoori Orange Park

Gamagoori Orange Park

Visitors can enjoy picking all different types of fruits that are in season at the time, including mandarin oranges, strawberries and melons.

Nishio Green Tea

Nishio Green Tea

Nishio boasts the highest production of Matcha green tea in Japan and visitors get the chance to pick tea leaves themselves.