Accommodations
Yosano Stay

Kaya Yama-no-Ie (Kaya Mountain House)

Outdoor activity center and lodging facility ideal for training sessions and social gatherings for elementary, junior high school, and outdoor summer school students. The building retains the design of a traditional-style Japanese house, and fees are reasonable.
Fee Lodging fee: One night with two meals ¥5,985, Room with breakfast ¥3,885
*Seasonal cuisine suiting your budget also available.
Closed Wed. (Open if necessary)
Address Atsue 1401, Yosano-cho, Yosa-gun, Kyoto, Japan
Phone 0772-43-0860
http://www.kaya-yamanoie.com/
Kyoto Prefectural Nodagawa Youth Center

The Nodagawa Youth Center sits in the lush rolling hills of Nodagawa Forest Park. It is a modern lodging and training facility similar to a pension. The music hall with 100 seats is great for choirs, performances, and recitals, parties, receptions, etc.
Fee Lodging fee: (Japanese-style room) Room only (no meals)  ¥3,990
     One night with two meals ¥6,300+
(Western-style room) Room only (no meals)  ¥4,200
     One night with two meals ¥6,510+
Breakfast ¥630, Lunch ¥840, Dinner ¥1,680+
Closed Dec. 31st and Jan. 1st
Address Migochi,Yosano-cho, Yosa-gun, Kyoto, Japan (Nodagawa Forest Park)
Phone 0772-42-2000
Hashidate Bay Hotel

European-style resort hotel on a highland surrounded by greenery with views of Amanohashidate. Inside, the hotel is fragrant with herbs. Restaurant Fines Herbes serves authentic French cuisine using seasonal, local ingredients.
Fee Lodging fee: One night with two meals ¥13,600+ (on weekdays), ¥15,000+ (day before a holiday and national holidays)
Address wataki 68, Yosano-cho, Yosa-gun, Kyoto, Japan
Phone 0772-46-6100
http://www.hashidate-bay-hotel.com/
Iwataki Onsen Hotel Kirakuya

Ryokan inn on the coast of the Asokai Sea with views of Amanohashidate looking like a straight line of pine trees rising out of the sea. Iwataki Onsen natural hot spring bath is also available to day trippers. The “Honokano-yu” bath is outdoors in a Japanese garden setting. The water eases rheumatism.
Fee Lodging fee: One night with two meals ¥12,600+, day-trip bath ¥800
Address Otokoyama 81, Yosano-cho, Yosa-gun, Kyoto, Japan
Phone 0772-46-3351
http://www.hotel-kirakuya.sakura.ne.jp/
Ryokan Izutsu-ya

With a history of 100 years, Izutsu-ya is a long-established ryokan inn. During the heyday of the chirimen industry, parties were held almost nightly amid chirimen looms operating in the neighborhood. The ryokan’s cuisine is famous for specialties highlighting Tango’s seafood and offers a healthy multi-course meal using local ingredients.
Fee Lodging fee: One night with two meals ¥9,980 or one night with breakfast ¥6,000
Closed January 1st
Address Kaya 1050, Yosano-cho, Yosa-gun, Kyoto, Japan
Phone 0772-42-2012

http://chirimenkaido.sakura.ne.jp/

Refre Kaya no Sato

For the lunch buffet, enjoy Yosano’s “Kyo no Mamekko Mai” brand superior-grade rice and fresh seasonal vegetables. Then relax your mind and body in the silk bath and herb bath.
Fee Lodging fee: One night with two meals ¥7,035 (including tax); Elementary school and younger: ¥4,410 (including tax)
One night with breakfast ¥5,460 (including tax); Elementary school and younger: ¥3,360 (including tax)
Address Kanaya 1730, Yosano-cho, Yosa-gun, Kyoto, Japan
Phone 0772-43-1730
http://refre.yosanoumi-fukushikai.or.jp/