Nara Ryokan Yamabe
543 Tabe Tenri-city
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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Our hotel is small hotel and in domestic atmosphere. We have a warm friendly staff that are happy to tell you anytime about Nara sightseeing spots, neighbor restaurants, the culture of Japan or how to use your Japanese style room (Yukata, Futon, Green tea set).
Yamabe Hotel is situated in Tenri city in the center of Nara prefecture. Yamabe Hotel is a convenient hotel for travelers looking to go around various tourist spots of Nara. We hope you would enjoy Nara.
If you need Breakfast, please let us until 1 day before- It costs only 500 yen per person.
* PC with Internet
* Green Tea Set
* Face Towel
* Microwave Oven
* Hair dryer
* Tooth Brush
* Yukata anad Haori (Japanese bathrobe and Pajama)
* Bath towels
* Shower Gel
From Kansai Airport:
By direct bus to Tenri station Nara takes about 70 minutes.
Kansai Airport ? Limousine bus bound for Nara ?Ichinomoto(Tenri): 63min.JPY1800
?Taxi or bus to Tenri station(about 1km)
Access to Yamabe Hotel From Tenri Staion:
1) From Tenri Station exit,you can see the rotary road for bus.
2) You turn left and go straight along the JR line about 250m.
3) You can see the traffic signal. then you turn left and go under the JR line.
4) You can see Yamabe Hotel on the left-hand side.
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great value for money ,nice room
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