For those travelers that are wanting to experience the authentic center of Ninomiya, Travelocity lists a number of options in which to stay. The center and surrounds of Ninomiya is home to 3 modern hotels within a 6-mile (10-kilometer) radius.
The Oiso Prince Hotel is the closest Travelocity-listed hotel to central Ninomiya and the singular Travelocity-listed place to stay less than a quick drive away.
You could investigate the Gora Tensui as well as the Furuya Ryokan. The Gora Tensui is positioned 12 miles (19 kilometers) from the center of Ninomiya. The Furuya Ryokan, is just 17 miles (28 kilometers) away. You might like to investigate the Mikawaya Ryokan or the Yamagaso.
Following exploring Ninomiya, take a little time to visit the diverse activities of the Kanto area. Check out Kanto's ruins. Those drawn to nature could also put aside some time to admire its beaches and coastal plains. Modern travelers in this pocket of Japan often love snowboarding, skiing and tobogganing.
Looking for more to do? You could spend some time checking out Tokyo Tower and Sensoji Temple, in Tokyo, 40 miles (62 kilometers) to the northeast of Ninomiya. The The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo and Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi are a few of the Travelocity lodging options in Tokyo. 8 miles (13 kilometers) north of Ninomiya, you can also stay at Isehara, which features the Jinya Ryokan and Hotel Route-Inn Isehara. The Oyamaafuri Shrine and Jouhotsuganji Temple are a couple of the most popular sites to explore when in Isehara.
If you are always thinking about sport and really like local clashes you and your traveling partner could make a trip to Tokyo Dome, which can be found 40 miles (64 kilometers) to the northeast of Ninomiya. Sports fans that want to find a room or apartment near to the sporting action can compare the Mandarin Oriental Tokyo or the Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo.