Welcome to Japanese Inn Tsutaya!
Tsutaya, means maple in Japanese, is a Japanese-style inn with modern facilities located in Obama Onsen spa resort area, NAGASAKI prefecture.
* Check-in: 3 p.m. Check-out: 10 a.m.
* We accept following credit cards: Visa, Mastercard, American Express,
Diners Club, JCB, NICOS
* We can’t exchange money.
* Pets are not allowed.
* WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Guest Room Facilities
TV, In-room safe, Japanese bath robes (Yukata),Air conditioning
Shampoo, Conditioner, Toothbrush, Razor, Shower cap, Comb, Hairdryer,
Soap, Bath towel, Face towel
Our guest rooms are all Japanese style with scent of tatami mats and woods. Experience
sleeping on mattresses and bed clothes called Futon
placed over the tatami mats. In Kaede, we provide down-feather Futon.
We guarantee that sleeping on the Futon will be comfortable and memorable. We are always paying special attention to keep our rooms
clean for your comfortable and pleasant stay.
Onsen (Hot Springs)
You can enjoy 4 types of baths in Tsutaya.
(1) Daiyokujyo (large common bath)
(2) Rotenburo (open-air bath)
(3) Ganbanyoku (bedrock bath)
(4) Neyu (stretching yourself in the bathtub)
The private hot spring baths are also available that are perfect for families
and couples. (50 min.) Reservations are needed.
You can also enjoy the view of Tachibana Bay and Obama street from the baths. You can forget the hustle and bustle of everyday life and relax both your body and mind. How about walking around our inn in Yukata and Geta (wooden clogs) after taking a bath?
Besides the actual hot spring bath itself, the best part about staying overnight at an Onsen Ryokan (hot spring inn) is the Japanese food.
The food served at Onsen Ryokan is the absolutely best Japanese one
made with only high quality and fresh ingredients. Creative dishes with carefully selected seasonal ingredients are prepared to provide you with
the most wonderful taste experience.
Fukuoka 150 min
Fukuoka Airport 160 min
Nagasaki Airport 70 min
Nagasaki 70 min
Hakata station – (100 min) – Isahaya station – (60 min/bus) – Obama Onsen