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The 10 Best Ryokans in Chiba, Japan

Check out our pick of great ryokans in Chiba

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SK HOTEL 2 stars

Chiba

Set in Chiba, 25 km from Kouinzan Honkouji Temple, SK HOTEL offers accommodation with free WiFi and free private parking. The property is situated 7 km from Chiba Port Tower, 10 km from Makuhari Messe and 2.7 km from Chiba Park. The accommodation features room service, and luggage storage for guests.

At the ryokan, the rooms have a wardrobe. At SK HOTEL all rooms have a desk, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. Very clean, nice location and very polite people.

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6.5
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39 reviews

Hotel Otani 1 stars

Chiba

Set in Chiba, 38 km from Kouinzan Honkouji Temple, Hotel Otani offers accommodation with free bikes, free private parking, a garden and barbecue facilities. With free WiFi, this 1-star ryokan offers a shared kitchen. Chiba City Museum of Art is 13 km from the ryokan and Natural History Museum and Institute is 13 km away. We like the friendly and helpful staff. The room is very clean and comfortable.

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6.5
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70 reviews

Nishichiba Hotel Wakoso 2 stars

Chiba

Situated a 4-minute walk away from Nishi-Chiba Station, Nishichiba Hotel Wakoso offers accommodation in Chiba. Free private parking is available on site. Narita International Airport is a 60-minute train ride from Nishi-Chiba Station. This ryokan was beyond my expectations. The description said shared bath, but I had my own.

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7.6
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26 reviews

Looking for a ryokan?

Experience culture authentically with a stay at this traditional Japanese-style accommodation. Sleep on the floor (on a futon roll) in a room furnished with tatami flooring and sliding doors. Guests can often expect access to a communal bath plus a complimentary Japanese garment called a yukata.

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