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Seto Ohashi Spa Resort: Relaxing and Affordable Spa Resort

The Seto Ohashi Spa Resort is a wonderful place to go to wind down after a long day of touring! In the spa's bathing area, after washing yourself, you can enjoy a swimming area, various pools and hot tubs, heated stones, saunas, an outside hot tub, and much more.

If you are tired of the saunas, and hot tubs, there is a reading area, small arcade area, evening karaoke, ping pong, and put-put golf. Of course, there are also two dining areas and a bar.

For the cheapest accommodations, it costs only 2,200 yen per adult, but you only get blankets and sleep on tatami. For hotel-style rooms, you can get a deluxe single for 7000 yen (one person), 11000 yen (two people) or a twin for 12000 yen (two people). There are also more expensive accommodations if you feel like splurging!

Once you pay for your accommodations, you can access the bathing area as many times as you like. If you would also like massages, they offer a variety of options, but you must pay extra.

Every Wednesday is Ladies Day, so women can stay for only 1000 yen!

(I list the price as less expensive than average, because the 2200 yen option is cheap, but even if you pay for the regular hotel room fee, because you get accommodations and access to the spa, it is quite cheap! Many hotels in Japan cost around 10000 yen.)

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Women's Travel, Business Travel, Spa and Resort
  • Written January 7, 2009
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Minshuku Kamoi: An okay little inn

Not a bad place - a very traditional, albeit basic, minshuku. About $50 per person, which included dinner and breakfast. Both were very, very salty fish-oriented. We were annoyed that although we were the only guests, we got stuck into tiny rooms on the 4th floor, an annoyance on a hot day (plus the shower was on the 1st floor). And I was rather disappointed that the building itself isn't very old -- it's simply built to look old. Yet in spite of its youth, the inside is already showing a lot of wear and tear. But the location is nice, and the garden at the front was adorable.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Study Abroad, Trains, Arts and Culture
  • Written May 3, 2006
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