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Located in the center of Echizen City

feel free to stay

Affordable business ryokan from 4,000 yen per night with no meal (excluding tax)

Long Term Stay Discounts available


​~Have a homey feel and relax~

​A Japanese-style business ryokan (business hotel style) located in the center of Echizen City, but quiet in sound. Whether for sightseeing, business, or leisure, we can meet your needs. We welcome you to relax and unwind in our spacious Japanese-style rooms, and to enjoy our seasonal cuisine and peaceful hospitality to relieve your fatigue between work and travel. ​


​ Located in the center of Echizen City.


​Relieve the fatigue of work and travel.


​We welcome long-term stays.


​Attraction of our Ryokan

​* Our location offers excellent accessibility.

​By train 5-minute walk from Takefu Station on the JR Hokuriku Main Line

​By car 10 minutes from Hokuriku Expressway Takefu IC

​*You can stay at a low charges.

​Discounts are available for long term guests.

We support stays such as long-term business and business trips.

Located in the center of Echizen city, it is very convenient for business and leisure.
A homely atmosphere and a homely taste full of seasonal delicacies.
Relax and heal the fatigue of work and travel. We will wholeheartedly support your stay in Echizen. Please feel at home in Fukui and Echizen City and relax.
We look forward to welcoming you with our relaxing hospitality.


Without meals…¥4,000
With breakfast…¥4,700
With evening meal and breakfast…¥5,500  ~ ¥7,000

*All charges do not include tax.

*The amount may vary. please confirm. 

​☆long stays, discountsI will. Please contact us.


Nearby Sightseeing Spots

Murasaki Shikibu Park

This park was created in honor of Murasaki Shikibu, the author of The Tale of Genji(Genji monogatari), who spent a year and a half in Takefu when her father, Tametoki Fujiwara, was transferred to her post.It is the only Shinden-zukuri garden in Japan that imitates the residences of aristocrats in the Heian period. Ponds and Tsukiyama (artificial mountains) are set against the Mt Hino.At the adjacent Fujinami-tei, you can try on a junihitoe (reservation required). You can take a stroll in the elegant atmosphere of the vermillion-lacquered bridge and the golden Murasaki Shikibu statue in harmony.


One of the world's three great scenic spots The cliffs of Tojinbo are not the only ones that form the “natural beauty” of rocky areas, which are said to be among the best in the world. There are various recommended spots around Tojinbo, such as Oshima, Echizen Matsushima, and a promenade.

Soja Grand Shrine

Emperor Shomu Imperial Festival Shrine This is a shrine that enshrines the spirits of the provincial priest festival enshrined in Echizen Province.Known as the main shrine in Echizen Province, it is popularly known as “Osonja-san”. Many festivals such as “Ohaigo-san” in the spring, “Chinowa Kuguri” in the summer, and the ”Soja Festival” in the fall are held here. Worshipers visit. With a large torii gate and a spacious precinct, you can feel the stateliness of a Kokufu shrine.

Echizen Pottery Village/Fukui Prefectural Ceramics Museum

The pottery village is centered on the vast Echizen pottery park, which has been selected as one of the 100 city parks.Fukui Prefectural Ceramic Museum where you can see, make and use Echizen ware, "Echizen Ware House" and "Kinoue no Tori" where you can buy Echizen ware, restaurants and accommodation facilities. You can enjoy Echizen ware and Fukui prefecture from various angles.

​Takefu Knife Village

Joint workshop for cutlery artisans Observation of traditional forging techniques Production classTakefu Knife Village Cooperative manufactures and sells Echizen cutlery with a history of 700 years. The store sells a variety of knives, cutlery, kitchen utensils, and more. Please see traditional techniques and hand finishing.

Hoenji Temple

This temple was protected by Toshiie Maeda, the first feudal lord of the Kaga domain. There is a memorial tower for Toshiie's parents in the cemetery.The connection between Toshiie and Takefu began when Nobunaga ODA, who suppressed the Ikko Ikki forces in the Hokuriku region, ordered the region centered on Takefu to be ruled by the Fuchu trinity of Toshiie Maeda, Narimasa Sasa, and Mitsuharu Fuwa. built a temple with the same name in Kanazawa after receiving Kaga Domain. Hoenji Temple is known for the Enmei Jizo statue that stops toothache. In addition, there is a vast garden of Shichifukujin Meguri. As of August 13, 2012, the Houenji temple gate, one Tsukiji wall, one Houenji storehouse, and one Houenji main hall have been designated as national registered tangible cultural properties.

Washi Village Hall

Exhibition of materials used to make washi, used paper, old documents, etc. Washi-making experienceEchizen City boasts the largest share in Japan as a production area for high-quality hand-made Japanese paper. The Paper Culture Museum exhibits many materials related to Echizen Washi, and you can experience making paper."Papyrus Pavilion" creates an atmosphere befitting a Japanese paper village.

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Information about the Ryokan

Ryokan Name

Ikedaya Ryokan





Location and parking

2-3-4, Fuchu 2-chome, Echizen-shi, Fukui, Japan / Yes (10 spaces)

Payment methods other than cash

Not accepted

Budget image

Japanese-style room, from 5,500 yen

Business hours and day off

Check-in / 15:00- Check-out / ~10:00


Same-day reservations possible, reservations by phone

Rooms & Bath

12 Japanese-style rooms / Family bath

Accommodation Plans

Overnight stay with no meal, breakfast, breakfast and dinner, long-term discount available


Coin-operated laundry

Other services

Guide dogs accepted




2-3-4 Fuchu, Echizen City, Fukui Prefecture


By train

​JR Hokuriku Main Line, Takefu Station 5-minute walk

By ​car

​ 10 minutes from Hokuriku Expressway Takefu Interchange Parking lot available (10 cars)

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