Introduction of “WAMARE Hotel Series”

Choose from urban-style or resort hotels / Enjoy the local culture and customs

The "WAMARE Hotel Series" is based on the concept of "Japanese modern architecture," and each hotel has a colorful exterior and interior.
You can either relax indoors or enjoy the local culture from the hotel.

WAMARE KIKUKAWA HOTEL / Kikukawa, Sumida-ku, Tokyo

WAMARE KIKUKAWA HOTEL is limited to one group per day and the first floor is available for rent.
The space is designed with modern Japanese architecture and welcomes guests with a Japanese-style room, transom, and courtyard.


4 minutes on foot from "Kikukawa" Station on the Toei Shinjuku Line.
7 minutes on foot from "Morishita" Station on the Toei Shinjuku Line.

WAMARE SHIBAMATA HOTEL / Shibamata, Katsushika-ku, Tokyo

WAMARE SHIBAMATA HOTEL is located in an area with good access, about a 3-minute walk from Shibamata Station, and an area that retains the atmosphere of a downtown area.
A modern Japanese-style building with a two-tone black and white exterior decorated with louvers welcomes guests.


3 minutes on foot from "Shibamata" Station on the Keisei Kanamachi Line.
8 minutes on foot from "Shin-Shibamata" Station on the Hokuso Line.

HOTEL WAMARE ONIKOBE / Naruko Onsen Onikobe, Osaki City, Miyagi Prefecture

HOTEL WAMARE ONIKOBE is a standalone rental inn located in Onikobe, Naruko Onsen, Osaki City, Miyagi Prefecture.
Situated in the historic Onikobe Onsen area, which has been in existence for approximately 1100 years, this building designed with a blend of traditional Japanese and modern aesthetics warmly welcomes guests.


9-38 Komukaihara, Onikobe, Naruko Onsen, Osaki City, Miyagi Prefecture
It takes at least 1.5 hours from Tokyo Station to Sendai Station by Shinkansen. It can be accessed in about an hour and a half by car from Sendai Station.
If you take the Shinkansen from Sendai Station to Furukawa Station, which is just one station away, it will take about an hour by car from Furukawa Station.