Take a short stroll along the hills to find this Ryokan standing quietly among the rice fields and nature. Known for the 100 percent natural sulphur water that is soft and gentle on the skin, guests will instantly recognize the rich aroma of sulphur surrounding the Ryokan is an outdoor bath carved out of rocks from Kuju mountain and is available for guests to stop by and bathe in. The baths are separated for men and women. Before enjoying your bath in the simple and rustic atmosphere, don’t forget to take off your jewelry and other accessories, as hydrogen sulfide oxidizes iron, copper, and steel and may turn your jewelry black.
A pride in this palace is the large open ”the immortal bath”! It becomes daily, so where can a customer of a stay also have try the large and small 2 outdoor hotspring baths during a stay?
And may ”peach” of a sign dog be mistaken for the ^^ into which I receive a customer ”Bear!?” around the main entrance? It’s a big dog, but they’re very quiet. ”It’s stroked and stroked.” please do, ^^
Located on Shimokawabata Street in KurokawaOnsen. A millwheel welcomes guests at the entrance. Besides regular Roten buro(open-air bath), we have three baths available for exclusive use to our guests without reservation and charge. Also we have indoor baths separately for men and women. There are three other specially recommended Roten buro(open-air bath) - Kajikanoyu with a beautiful river view, Okeburo with traditional Japanese bathtubs and Ajisainoyu surrounded by a bamboo grove. Our spa water comes directly from the spring. All twelve guest rooms and spa baths are facing the river. Just relax in silence and enjoy the sounds of the river. Creative Japanese dinners are prepared with seasonal delicacies including famous Higo beef, black pork, fresh yamame fish and various locally grown organic vegetables.
Our spacious rooms are equipped with comfortable futons.
Dinner is served in the comfort of your own room (for reservations in the main building). If you are staying in the annex, you can enjoy dinner in the restaurant at the irori, a traditional Japanese fireplace.