Book a Ryokan in Nagoya

Experience staying in a traditional Japanese inn (ryokan) without blowing your budget. All these ryokan make a special effort to welcome visitors from overseas, and can be easily booked online. Be sure to book quickly as availability is limited.

Nagoya City

Kyoya Ryokan ¥ ¥ ¥

Kyoya Ryokan in Nagoya

A centrally located ryokan with its own traditional garden. It features Japanese style rooms with futons and a large public bath. Nagoya Castle is only a 12 minute walk.

Ryokan Meiryu ¥

Ryokan Meiryu in Nagoya

A traditional ryokan close to the centre of Nagoya. The rooms have tatami mats and futons and the ryokan has Japanese-style baths. The traditional Osu Shopping Arcade that leads to Osu Kannon Temple is only 10 minute’s walk.

Petit Ryokan Ichifuji ¥ ¥

Petit Ryokan Ichifuji in Nagoya

A cozy ryokan in a convenient location, just 14 minute’s walk from Tokugawa Garden and Art Museum. It has rooms with futons and a Japanese-style public bath.

Around Nagoya

Ryokan Nabetagawa ¥ ¥

Ryokan Nabetagawa near Nagoya

This ryokan has its own natural hot spring baths, and both Japanese-style rooms and rooms with beds. It’s in a semi-rural area outside of the city, but with easy access to central Nagoya by train.

Geihanro ¥ ¥ ¥

Geihanro ryokan in Inuyama-shi near Nagoya

This riverfront ryokan is only 4 minutes walk from Inuyama castle, one of the oldest in Japan. It has its own natural hot spring baths and all rooms have views over the Kiso River.

For more information see our guide to staying in a ryokan, or explore our whole site to discover Japan’s most unmissable attractions.

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A Ryokan Garden in Kyoto