Sakamoto-ya

2–13 Kanaya-machi, Nagasaki City, Nagasaki-ken, 850-0037, Japan

Established in 1895, this small wooden ryokan, Nagasaki's oldest lodging, seems to have changed little over time. The cost of the rooms, which have fragrant Japanese hinoki (cypress) bathtubs, varies according to size and location, but the rates always include breakfast and dinner. The restaurant specializes in shippoku, which takes its name from a Chinese word for dinner table. Expect extremely personalized service during a stay here.

PROS

  • lots of charm
  • wooden soaking tubs
  • private gardens
  • extremely personalized service

CONS

  • books up quickly

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 095-826–8211 | 095-825–5944

HOTEL DETAILS

11 Japanese-style rooms
Rate Includes: Some meals

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