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Hagi Grand Hotel Tenku
Hagi Grand Hotel Tenku
9.6 Excellent
25 Furuhagimachi, Hagi, Japan
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1.3 mi from city centre, Hagi 
ExcellentBased on 1 review
9.6

This charming Hagi hotel is located within a 10-minute walk of Higashi-Hagi Railway Station. It also offers a 24-hour reception, massage services and bicycle rental.

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Cheapest month:December
Most expensive month:January
Average price in Hagi:£135/night
Absolute cheapest price found:£18/night
Cheapest day:Wednesday
Most expensive day:Saturday
£72 - £233
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
£84 - £213
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

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Hagi Grand Hotel Tenku
Hagi Grand Hotel Tenku
9.6 Excellent
25 Furuhagimachi, Hagi, Japan
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1.3 mi from city centre,  

This charming Hagi hotel is located within a 10-minute walk of Higashi-Hagi Railway Station. It also offers a 24-hour reception, massage services and bicycle rental.

£43
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About Hagi

Positioned where the Hashimoto River flows into the Sea of Japan, Hagi is a charismatic old samurai town. Explore atmospheric castle ruins and winding streets or enjoy a secluded beach and museum showcasing traditional Japanese artworks.

Things to do

Wander amidst the crumbling walls and moat of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Hagi Castle that served as a Choshu-han hub for more than 250 years. It’s nestled at the base of Mount Shizuki and is surrounded by picturesque gardens filled with cherry blossom trees.

Explore the narrow streets of Castle Town, which is packed with residences, shrines and temples dating back to the samurai era. Step inside the historic Kikuya House to explore its period furnished rooms and seek out the unique kaimagari (“bent key”) paths that were designed at sharp right angles to confuse and corner enemies.

If you’re interested in traditional Japanese art, visit the Hagi Uragami Museum where ukiyo-e woodblock prints and oriental ceramics are on display. Also of note are the ornate stone lanterns at the Mori clan family shrine of Tōkō-ji, whose temple buildings and belfry reflect Chinese influences.

Swim in the Sea of Japan from the sands of Kikugahama, a secluded beach that stretches north of Haji’s city centre. Soak up the views of Mount Shizuki or stretch your legs on the short hike to its summit for sweeping panoramas of the coastline.

Getting around

Hagi-Iwami Airport is just over an hour’s drive from Hagi and has daily flights from Tokyo and Osaka. The larger Yamaguchi Ube Airport is a two-hour train ride south. Buses travel throughout Hagi, but most of the city’s sights can be accessed on foot.

Hagi travel FAQs

  • What are the best hotels in Hagi?

    Hagi is home to many highly-rated hotels, one of which is Hagi Royal Intelligent Hotel, which has a current rating of 7.8. For other potential stays, consider Ruco and Hagikomachi, which can also be great places to stay in Hagi.