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E Hotel Akita Star Rating 3        
2-2-12 Oomachi

This straightforward hotel is an 8-minute walk from Senshu Park, a 12-minute walk from Kubota Castle and a 15-minute walk from Akita Station.The basic rooms come with high-speed Internet, satellite TV and minifridges, as well as tea and coffeemakers.A breakfast buffet is served for a fee in an informal dining room.
Albert Hotel Akita Star Rating 3        
4-3-22 O-machi

This casual hotel on a lively commercial street is a 13-minute walk from Senshu Park and 2 km from both Akita train station and Kubota Castle.The bright, modern rooms offer free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, and some come with bunk beds; upgraded quarters offer massage chairs. Suites add living rooms.
Toyoko Inn Akita-eki Higashi-guchi Star Rating 2        
4-1, Naka-machi Higashi-dori

This casual downtown hotel occupies a tower building connected to Akita train station. It's also 1 km from Iyataka Shrine and 2 km from Kubota Castle.The low-key rooms feature basic furnishings, free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, as well as minifridges, and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Route Inn Grantia Akita Spa Resort Formerly Hotel Grantia Akita Spa Resort Star Rating 3        
5-2-1 Nakadori

Set in a residential area, this relaxed, hot spring hotel is a 13-minute walk from Senshu Park and 2 km from Kubota Castle.Subdued rooms with wood furnishings feature flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. Some rooms feature tatami floors and chabudai dining tables.
APA Hotel Akita-Senshukoen Star Rating 3        
Senshuyadomemachi 1-1

Set alongside the Asahi River and a 4-minute walk from Senshu Park, this casual hotel is also an 8-minute walk from Kubota Castle and a 15-minute walk from Akita train station.Offering free Wi-Fi, the streamlined rooms with simple decor have flat-screen TVs, minifridges, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. There are also basic rooms with tatami floors and futons.
Hotel Naniwa Akita Star Rating 2.5        
6-18-27 Nakadori

An 8-minute walk from Akita train station, this casual hotel is 2 km from Kubota Castle and 8 km from the animals at Akita Omoriyama Zoo.The simple rooms offer free Wi-Fi and flat-screens. Upgraded rooms add sitting areas, and some have tatami floors, futons and traditional short-legged tables.
Akita Castle Hotel Star Rating 4        
1-3-5 Naka-dori

An 11-minute walk from the Akita train station, this modern, sleek hotel is a 12-minute walk from Kubota Castle and 10 km from the Akita Omoriyama Zoo.Neutrally decorated rooms with wood accents have free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, minifridges and desks. Room service is available.
Hotel Metropolitan Akita Star Rating 3        
7-2-1 Naka-dori

Adjacent from train services at Akita Station, this upscale hotel along a main thoroughfare is 11 minutes' walk from Iyataka Shrine and a 14-minute walk from Senshu Park.The contemporary rooms have wood furnishings, and come with free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus minifridges and teamaking facilities. Upgraded rooms include sitting areas with sofas.
Daiwa Roynet Hotel Akita Star Rating 3.5        
2-2-41, Oomachi

Across the street from the Asahi River, this unpretentious hotel in the city center is 3 minutes' walk from the Akarenga Red Brick Folk Museum and 15 minutes' walk from Akita railway station.The no-nonsense rooms come with complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minifridges, plus teamaking facilities.A breakfast buffet is available for a surcharge.
Richmond Hotel Akita Ekimae Star Rating 3        
2-2-26 Nakadori

A 7-minute walk from Akita railway station, this informal hotel is 4 minutes' walk from Akita Senshū Museum of Art and 14 minutes' walk from Kubota Castle.The warm, unpretentious rooms provide complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minifridges, as well as tea and coffeemaking facilities. Upgraded rooms add sitting areas with sofas.
 
 
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Akita is a mountainous northern prefecture on Honshu, Japan's main island. It's home to many hot springs, notably those surrounding Lake Tazawa. Kakunodate town has a historic district of wooden samurai mansions, some of which are museums. Bordering the Sea of Japan is capital city Akita, famous for Kanto Matsuri, a summer festival in which participants balance long bamboo poles topped with lanterns.