- National Park Resort KYUKAMURA KISHU-KADA, Building appearance.
- National Park Resort KYUKAMURA KISHU-KADA, Restaurant.
- National Park Resort KYUKAMURA KISHU-KADA, Outdoor hotspring.
483 Miyama, Wakayama City
- From Kada Station, take the Kyukamura Kishu-kada Shuttle Bus
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- Room Type
- Standard Room 10,480JPY～/ night
Breakfast & Dinner included
Other types of rooms available (Prices may vary).
Renovated in 2016. You can enjoy leisurely activities, such as hiking, camping, playing tennis and swimming. You can enjoy panoramic views from the floor to ceiling window at the lobby.
Travel Blogger's Review
- Bino Chua
- Bino is a part-time wanderer and a Singapore travel blogger. In his website, he shares with all of you his top travel tips. Along the way, he also provides travel guides to compelling destinations, recommendations on awesome food to try and impressive hotels to stay.
He've been to Wakayama City, from 29 June to 1st July in 2018.
His blog is "I WANDER".
Without a doubt the most scenic place to stay in Wakayama, Kyukamura Kishu Kada is a resort located within a national park in the far west of the prefecture. The resort boasts of an “infinity onsen pool” overlooking the sea and the Tomogashima islands. All rooms here come with a sea view and a balcony allowing for a unique resort vibe with tropical features – something visitors don’t usually associate with Japan.
The hotel is located around 4km from Kada, the nearest station. To get there, you’ll need to wait for the free shuttle bus that goes between the resort and train station at scheduled timings. Kyukamura Kishu Kada is not near the city center but is well worth at least one night or two for a different perspective of Japan. The resort also has a suggested walking trail that takes you through old military forts as well as gorgeous views of the sea.
- Emily Luxton
- She is a travel blogger and freelance writer.
In the beginning of December,2016,she took a trip to Wakayama City.
Her blog is “Emily Luxton Travels”. http://emilyluxton.co.uk/
I headed to the onsen at Kiyukamura Kishu -Kada hotel in the national park near Kada, and absolutely loved it. Outdoor baths with an ocean view, overlooking the Tomogashima Islands… it was heaven. The main attraction at this onsen is the Bihada Hot Spring, where the water is cloudy and slightly viscous because it’s packed full of natural minerals!
©EMILY LUXTON TORAVELS