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Hotels in Oyamazaki start at $38 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
Oyamazaki offers travelers a wide selection of flexible hotel options to choose from. An impressive 82 accommodation options are within a 6-mile (10-kilometer) radius of Oyamazaki's downtown area.
A handy option amongst just a small number of Travelocity-listed hotels near the attractions in the center of Oyamazaki, is the KYOTO Guest Inn Nagaokakyo.
9 miles (15 kilometers) away from the middle of Oyamazaki, you will find the Hiiragiya Ryokan. Alternatively, the Ryokan Yoshida-sanso is positioned 10 miles (17 kilometers) away. Other possible Travelocity-registered hotels are the Tsukihitei Ryokan and the Ryokan Sumiya Kihoan.
Should you have the time, adventurous travelers could discover more of the Kinki region. Admire the terrain of Kinki's beaches, lakes and mountains. You could also explore many of the region's ruins. Popular activities in this corner of Japan include mountain biking and hiking.
9 miles (14 kilometers) away from Oyamazaki, you'll reach Higashiyama, where you can explore Rokuharamitsu-ji Temple and Himukai-daijingu Shrine. A few Travelocity-recommended Higashiyama accommodation options include the Ishibekoji Ryugin and Traditional Kyoto Inn serving Kyoto cuisine IZUYASU. Alternatively, you could consider staying at Fushimi, 6 miles (10 kilometers) northeast of Oyamazaki, where you can pick from the Guest House Higashiyama and New Miyako Hotel. Should you choose to stay in Fushimi, be sure to explore the Benzaiten Chokeiji Temple and Gekkeikan Okura Sake Museum.
If you are really into sports and adore watching thrilling clashes make sure you make a trip to Osaka Dome, which is found 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the southwest of Oyamazaki. Wise travelers that would like the ease of staying close to the action, book a room in the The Ritz-Carlton, Osaka or InterContinental Osaka.