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Entering through our main entrance feels like w...

Hakusan

Entering through our main entrance feels like walking into a Japanese cabin in the woods. Inside is a private partial open-air bath and delicious Japanese cuisine made with local products.

Facilities

A jacuzzi bath with an open design looking over Maruyama River, stone bath, and reservable private partial open-air bath can all be used for private bathing. (Reservations are taken on a first come, first serve basis. It costs JPY 2,100 for 40 minutes)

Our newest reservable private and partial open-air bath is 'Madoka no Yu'. It's slightly on the small side but is filled with charm. Relax in the stone bath as hot spring water flows from the trees, into the stone basins and then into the bath.

The most popular partial open-air bath is 'Seseragi no Yu'. A small babbling mountain brook and lush undeveloped woodlands provide a natural and gorgeous backdrop. It isn't hard to see why our gardner calls this his best work. The bath is in an annex building, a short distance from the main building and has two separated baths (for men and women).

Our long awaited and anticipated guest rooms with attached private open-air baths, total of 5, are now available and awaiting their next guest. One room is equipped with a bath made specially from a rare umbrella pine wood.

There is a small picture book library in the lobby, with selections popular with children and ladies.

Don't pass up the chance to to experience the loveliness of a traditional Japanese hot spring town by wondering to the several open-air public hot spring bath houses. The popular 'Sato no Yu' is only a seven minute walk from here. For a more authentic feel we suggest wearing a traditional Japanese yukata(cotton kimono), provided by the inn, and don't forget your bag of bathing amenities.


Ryokan information
Check-in
15:00~
Check-out
~10:00
Address
548-1 Imazu , Kinosaki-cho , Toyooka-city , Hyogo

Hakusan will be indicated by the flashing number (No.107)

Map of Kinosaki button

Room types
Western style room(0)  Japanese style room(24)  Western/Japanese style room(0)  Total(24)
Room feautres
All rooms in the main building have a restroom (8 of the restrooms come with a bidet), TV, and individual AC unit, down comforter. 17 rooms have a refrigerator.
Meals served in guest room
Breakfast:No  Dinner:Yes
Private/Reserved dinning in hall
Breakfast:No  Dinner:Yes
Hot spring
Hot spring:Yes  Family(private) bath:Yes  Open air(outdoor bath):Yes  Open air(outdoor bath) in guest room:No
Baths explination
The main building has a jacuzzi bath, stone bath, and reservable private partial open-air bath. (Reservations are not necessary. Guests can use the baths privately whenever they are unoccupied. Baths are available on a first come first serve basis. There is a charge for use of these baths.)
Amenities
YSmall towel YBody wash
YHair dryer NBidet
YToothbrush,Toothpaste YSoap
YDown comforter NHair brush,Comb
YLarge towel YYukata
NShaver YShampoo(Shampoo/Conditioner)
NShower cap YConditioner
YTV
*Y=Yes N=No
Other Amenities
Facilities
Services
Facility information
Free admission tickets to the open-air public bath houses (For guest staying overnight only). Guests can borrow baby shampoo, soap and shower caps from the inn. The closest swimming beach is 'Kehi Swimming Beach', a 5~10 minute car drive. Women's yukata (cotton kimono) rentals are JPY 840. There are free massage chairs available in the annex building, with the open-air bath attached guest rooms. Access to 'Seseragi no Yu' open-air bath is located separate from the main building, the bath is divided into two sides. We also have a banquet hall, large public bath (jacuzzi bath and stone bath), private partial open-air bath 'Madoka no Yu' (Can be used for private bathing for an extra cost of JPY 2100 for 40 minutes.) There is a small library with a collection of children's picture books. There are empty refrigerators in the guest rooms that guests fill with drinks from the vending machine.
Parking
Parking for 60 cars.
Credit cards accepts
Cash Only
Kinosaki Onsen Ryokan Information Center

Need help finding your way around Kinosaki?
Please let us help.
We are located right in front of the Kinosaki train station, across the street. Between the bank and restaurant.

*Business hours 9am to 6pm. We suggest printing out a copy of this window and bringing it with you.
This will help you find your inn once you arrive in Kinosaki.

Address
78 Yushima, Kinosaki Town, Toyooka City, Hyogo Prefecture
(兵庫県豊岡市城崎町湯島78)
Access(Train)

From Osaka JR - Take the Ltd. Express Kounotori No.3* or No.5*,
or Take the Ltd. Express Kitakinki No.9*,No.13*, or No.15* to Kinosaki Onsen Station.(approx.time 163min.)

From Kyoto JR - Take the Ltd.Exp.Kinosaki No.3* or No.5* to Kinosaki Onsen station.(approx.time 145min.)

From Himeji JR - Take the Ltd.Exp.Hamakaze No.1* or No.3* to Kinosaki Onsen station.(approx.time 110min.)

*Times are limited, please check the train times at the station in advance.