About Ryokan ABURAYA

This inn was founded in 1688, the first year of the Genroku Era.
The name “ABURAYA” translates to “oil shop”, a name given to the inn because it had prepared the oil for lamps that light way for travelers since ancient times.
Please enjoy our facilities for overnight stays, day trips, and relaxing meals.
We are looking forward to your visit.

Appealing Points

Our inn is comprised of two buildings: Musuian, a private accommodation building located beside a river, and Shokutokan, a bathing and dining facility.
Both the interior and exterior of Shokutokan, a renovated Meiji-era (1868-1912) building, boast an appealing atmosphere that harkens back to those times.

Facilities & Services

Check-in 15:00 (latest check-in: 19:00)
Check-out 10:00
Ryokan Facilities Guestrooms (7 rooms), Restaurant, Public Baths, Private Baths, Shop, Parking Lot
Amenities Towel, bath towel, shaving razor, shower cap, yukata, bathing clothes
Guestroom Facilities Wi-Fi, TV, hair dryer, electric kettle, refrigerator, photocatalytic deodorizer
Equipment Available Upon Request Humidifier, iron, comb, brush, go, shogi, playing cards
Accepted Credit Cards VISA, Mastercard, JCB, American Express, DC Card, UC, Nicos, Diners Club, Rakuten Card, Aeon Card
Accepted QR Code Payment Services PayPay, d-Barai, au PAY, Rakuten Pay
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