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KAMENOI HOTEL KOCHI is located in the uplands of Ino, the birthplace of Tosa Japanese paper, near the center of Kochi. This hot spring hotel boasts a view of the clear Niyodo River, chosen three years running since 2019 for having the best water quality in Japan. All rooms feature a river view. The hotel offers a variety of guest rooms including Japanese-style rooms, Western-style rooms, mixed Japanese and Western style rooms, and spacious, special mixed Japanese and Western style rooms. We hope you will enjoy relaxing in your comfy room, while enjoying the gentle sounds of the river. The baths use natural hot spring water with a high salinity, which feels nice on the skin. There is a variety of baths including outdoor baths, large public baths, lying-down baths, and waterfall showers that use plain hot water. The view of the train (Dosan Line) from the outdoor baths is sure to further inspire the urge to travel.
Ino is overflowing with charming areas, such as the river area where the clear Niyodo River runs, the mountain area where you’ll find the Shikoku Mountains stretching from Mt. Ishizuchi, the highest peak in western Japan and the gorgeous scenery of the Seto Inland Sea, and the paper area, which is the birthplace of Tosa Japanese paper, a tradition that has been carried on since the Meiji era. The area around the hotel features various activities such as canoeing and the recently popular marine sport of standup paddleboarding (SUP), as well as Tosa Japanese paper making workshops, making it the perfect location for making memories of a trip to Kochi. The hotel also offers convenient access to downtown Kochi, which is dotted with sightseeing spots such as Katsurahama Beach where the statue of SakamotoRyoma stands, and Kochi Castle built by Kazutoyo Yamauchi, the first lord of the Tosa Domain.
When visiting Kochi, make sure to stop by the street market, a spot with over 300 years of history as part of the daily life of the locals. The biggest market of all is the Sunday Market, held every week. Nearly 300 shops, mainly run by suburban farmers, line Otesuji street which stretches for nearly one kilometer to the east from the Otemon Gate of Kochi Castle. Many people from inside and outside Kochi visit to buy fresh vegetables and fruits as well as dry goods, potted plants, daily necessities, secondhand items, etc.
This is the perfect hotel for a trip to charming Kochi and all it has to offer.
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