Sasayama Castle Town Hotel Nipponia

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Sasayama is an old castle town that was established in Hyogo Prefecture in the early 1600s. To allow visitors to experience lifestyles and customs from the Edo and Showa periods, five traditional homes have been carefully restored and grouped together under the name Sasayama Castle Town Hotel Nipponia. Each unit offers modern comforts but maintains its original charm, allowing you to feel like you’re really living in a traditional Edo period castle town. While enjoying the atmospheric old town, you’ll also enjoy state-of-the-art facilities and exquisite French cuisine made with local ingredients.

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Address: 25 Nishimachi, Sasayama-shi, Hyogo

Website: www.sasayamastay.jp   

Tel: 0120-210-289

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