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Awaji Hamarikyu
Awaji Hamarikyu
9.0 Excellent
970-81 Matsuho Kotsuro, Minamiawaji, Japan
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6.3 km from city centre, Minamiawaji 
ExcellentBased on 46 reviews
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Awaji Hamarikyu is situated in Minamiawaji and offers complimentary wireless internet. It also provides a sauna, an outdoor pool and a free shuttle service.

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Cheapest month:July
Most expensive month:November
Average price in Minamiawaji:₱11,054/night
Absolute cheapest price found:₱2,030/night
Cheapest day:Sunday
Most expensive day:Tuesday
₱4,923 - ₱20,835
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₱4,578 - ₱28,961
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Awaji Hamarikyu
Awaji Hamarikyu
9.0 Excellent
970-81 Matsuho Kotsuro, Minamiawaji, Japan
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6.3 km from city centre,  

Awaji Hamarikyu is situated in Minamiawaji and offers complimentary wireless internet. It also provides a sauna, an outdoor pool and a free shuttle service.

₱16,484
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About Minamiawaji

Minamiawaji exudes the energy of a modern metropolis with strong ties to onion farming and artisan crafts. Its main draw is its proximity to nearby islands, particularly the natural attractions and dining scene on Awaji Island.

Things to do

The Mihara district of Minamiawaji is known for handcrafted puppets, an art form with deep roots in the community. You can visit the Awaji Ningyoza puppet theatre to experience this puppetry tradition that carries an “Important Intangible Folk Cultural Properties of Japan” designation. Costumed performers interpret period dramas and historical cultural events through this unique art form.

Drive across the Onaruto Bridge to the island of Shikoku to see the famous Naruto Whirlpools. Check local tidal charts and choose the best time to see this twice-daily phenomenon either from land or aboard a commercial tour boat.

Travelling with the family? Kids love meeting the 200 free-roaming monkeys at Awajishima Monkey Center high in the mountains of Awaji Island. The whole family can saddle up for horseback rides with Harmony Farm. Head over to Keino Matsubara Beach to enjoy a sunset picnic surrounded by endless groves of black pines juxtaposed against white sand.

Pay your respects to the revered Japanese goddess at Izanagi Shrine, then hike to Sumoto Castle for a hot springs foot bath and spectacular views across Osaka Bay. Other famous onsen hot springs include Matsuho-no-yu, where you can watch the hourly Akashi Kaikyo Bridge evening light show while soaking in therapeutic water.

Getting around

Tokushima Airport is about 22 kilometres away. Public buses operate on limited schedules, so most visitors opt for taxis and electric bike rentals. Ferries provide transportation to nearby islands.

Minamiawaji travel FAQs

  • What are the best hotels in Minamiawaji?

    Minamiawaji is home to many highly-rated hotels, one of which is Hotel & Resorts Minamiawaji, which has a current rating of 7.3. For other potential stays, consider Awaji Hamarikyu and Awajishima Hotel Lodge Green Cozy, which can also be great places to stay in Minamiawaji.