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It is easy. Take JR airport rapid service train from airport to Hineno like zooz42 said change at Hieno
To Ltd ecp Kuroshio train takes 123 mins to Shirahama
Check online Hyperdia for train n trasfer time
Bus ~ upon arrival ask the staff at he bus station buy a day bus pass Which bus to Marriott
All bus stops at 白良浜 but you hv to haul your baggage uphill & steps to hotel 10-15 mins walk
Taxi is just 1500 yen suggest taxi.
1. Saki-no-yu onsen is about a 1 km walk from the hotel. It's not difficult, but the hotel sits on a hill above the beach.
2. While a taxi might be convenient, it is also fairly expensive. (Normal by Japanese standards.) We were pleasantly surprised to find that during the tourist season, the local bus service had redirected one of their regular buses to serve as a free shuttle to all the major hotels. There was a person from the bus company outside the station who directed us to a waiting bus, and the driver drove a circuit stopping at each hotel named by a passenger. I looked everywhere before our visit and found no information about this service until we stepped off the train in Shirahama.
3. There is a train running every couple of hours from Shirhama Station to Nachikatsuura Station. The trip takes a little less than 2 hours one way. To get to Nachi Falls, you would then need to take a bus from the Nachikatsuura Station. The bus station is right next to the train station -- go to your left after exiting the station in the direction of the harbor.