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Super Hotel Okazaki

Super Hotel Okazaki
Super Hotel Okazaki

Okazaki, an ancient castle town with ties to the Tokugawa Shogunate...Our hotel is right in the center of the city.

Address113-1, Yukincho, Okazaki shi, Aichi,
Check-in3 P.M.Check-out 10:00
SubwayIt's a 6 minutes' walk to our hotel from the Higashi Okazaki Station (Meitetsu Main Line).
By CarFrom the Okazaki IC on the Tomei Highway take National Route 1 and head towards Nagoya. From there it is a 5 minutes' drive to our hotel.
Parking LotFee: 500 yen per night (first come, first served)
Hours: 3 P.M. to 10 A.M.
Vehicle size restriction: none for normal vehicles (for oversized vehicles there are certain restrictions)
In the case that our parking lot is full: please search for coin-operated parking lots nearby.
1 person Single room 5,120yen~
Room soundly 5,640yen~
Women's Room 5,640yen~
Monthly 4,400yen 
2 person Super Room 7,180yen~
3 person Super Room 9,230yen~
※100% cancellation fee takes effect after 3:00 p.m. of that day.
Room for ladies Combined bathroom Rest room(with warm water cleaning toilet seat)
Natural hot spring Healthy breakfast Internet zone
High-speed Internet room facility VOD room theater (1000 yen for each night) Non-smoking room
Coin laundry Public phone Internet support
Barrier Free Room
Bath gel Bath towels / Face towels Amenity goods for ladies
Two-in-one shampoo Shaving Razor (for purchase) Paper towel
Hair Dryer Healthy ionic slipper Tea, cup and toothbrush
Air conditioner Electric pot with humidifier High-speed broad band internet (wired)
TV (above-ground wave, BS, VOD) Alarm clock Air cleaner
Iron (for rent) Refrigerator Ash tray (for rooms allowing smoking)
Lamp (for rent)
Healthy Breakfast

Healthy Breakfast

We provide a nutritionally balanced and healthy breakfast for all guests. A healthy breakfast ushers in a fresh new day - we are waiting for you!
※service time 
Weekend Holidays6:30~9:00

Okazaki castle

Okazaki castle

Okazaki castle is located in Okazaki Park and is known as the birthplace of Tokugawa Ieyasu. Its construction dates back to 1455 A.D. It was torn down because all castle-type buildings were ordered to be demolished during the Meiji Restoration. It is now in its original grand style, though, thanks to it being reconstructed. The Otemon Gate, the bronze statue of Tokugawa Ieyasu, the historical museum and many other related spots are definitely worth visiting. The observatory on the top of the castle tower is worth seeing the most: you have a panoramic view of the Mikawa plain. Standing here, you will feel as if you are a warlord years past. Also, there is Okutono Jinya, the beautiful Japanese garden and the small clock tower with traditional karakuri puppets, which dance all about. We recommend that you stop by when visiting the castle.

Facility information
・ Location:561, Kousei-cho, Okazaki-shi, Okazaki
・ Phone number:0564-22-2122
Okazaki's Haccho Warehouse Street

Okazaki's Haccho Warehouse Street

This is the birthplace of Nagoya's famous Haccho Miso. It is also known as the place where the popular NHK drama, “Junjo Kirari,” took place. Because it is “haccho” (870 meters) from Okazaki castle and there are many miso “kura” (warehouses) on the street, it is called “Haccho Kura Dori”. It is quite fun to walk along this romantic street because the look of the town is the same as it was long ago. The “Haccho Miso no Sato” set up by famous miso maker Kakukyu is also a highly recommended spot to visit. At this “miso village,” one can see a reproduction of the miso manufacturing process. There are a bunch of things to see in this “village,” even a 6 ton miso barrel. After you have finished looking around, head towards the taste corner to try baked Konyaku with miso paste.

Facility information
・ Location:Aza oukan doori, Hacchou-cho, Okazaki-shi, Aichi
・ Phone number: 0564-23-6217
Downtown OkazakiDowntown Okazaki

Downtown Okazaki

With a population of 3.7 million, Okazaki is fairly large city—third in Aichi Prefecture only to Nagoya and Toyohashi. In the center of the city there are several department stores, including Matsuzakaya. You can easily buy Haccho Miso and other Nagoya specialties in Okazaki as well. In recent years, Seibu and Jusco department stores have also opened for business in the downtown and southern areas of Okazaki.

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