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Hanamaki Hotels & Ryokan

Hotel Route-Inn Hanamaki
This hotel is located on Route 4 near Hanamaki Airport. There are artificial hot spring baths available for guests. Guest rooms are furnished with modern amenities. Guests can look forward to complimentary breakfast and friendly hospitality.
How to get there?
From Iwate Hanamaki Airport: About 5 minutes by taxi.
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Hanamaki IC and continue along Route 4 for about 10 minutes (4 km).
Hanamaki Onsen Hotel Hanamaki
Hotel Hanamaki was the first hotel in Hanamaki Onsen hot spring resort. One day trips and long term stays are easily accommodated.

Notices for Staying Guests
- Guests can bathe at the hot springs of the neighboring 3 hotels free of charge.
- Open-air rock bath.
- Open-air cypress bath.
- Women’s rose bath (14:00 - 21:30).
- Dancing, singing, and folk entertainment show, from 20:30, about 30 min.
- From 20:00 on folk entertainment special performance dates.
- Rose Garden (3 min away on foot) admission discount for staying guests.
- Waterfall (15 min away on foot).
- Guestrooms: Equipped with bath, toilet, free Wi-Fi and wired LAN.
- Check-in: 15:00, Check-out: 10:00.
How to get there?
[Access]
- From Iwate Hanamaki Airport: 15 min by car.
- By car: 5 min (4 km) direct from Hanamaki IC.
- From Shin-Hanamaki Station (Tohoku Shinkansen): 20 min by car (a free, regularly departing shuttle bus is available).
- From Hanamaki Station (Tohoku Main Line): 15 min by car (a charged route bus is available).
Hanamaki Onsen Hotel Senshukaku
A hotel that skillfully blends Japanese and Western elements. Enjoy bath hopping around various onsen facilities, and high speed broadband internet in all rooms. Just 5 minutes from the Hanamaki interchange.

Notices for Staying Guests
- Guests can bathe at the hot springs of the neighboring 3 hotels free of charge.
- Open-air rock bath.
- Open-air cypress bath.
- Women’s rose bath (14:00 - 21:30).
- Dancing, singing, and folk entertainment show, from 20:30, about 30 min.
- From 20:00 on folk entertainment special performance dates.
- Rose Garden (3 min away on foot) admission discount for staying guests.
- Waterfall (15 min away on foot).
- Guestrooms: Equipped with bath, toilet, free Wi-Fi and wired LAN.
- Check-in: 15:00, Check-out: 10:00.
How to get there?
From Iwate Hanamaki Airport: 15 min by car.
From Shin-Hanamaki Station (Tohoku Shinkansen): 20 min by car (a free, regularly departing shuttle bus is available).
From Hanamaki Station (Tohoku Main Line): 15 min by car (a charged route bus is available).
By car: 4 km (5 min) from Hanamaki IC.
Hanamaki Onsen Hotel Koyokan
The dinner buffet is popular for its freshly made steak and deep-fried skewered foods, as well as the dessert corner.
The spacious open-air baths and daily changing shows are recommended for married couples, families, and couples!
- Hot Springs: Guests can bathe at the hot springs of the neighboring 3 hotels free of charge.
- Open-air rock bath
- Open-air cypress bath
- Women’s rose bath (14:00-21:30)
- Guestrooms: Equipped with free Wi-Fi and wired LAN.

- Japanese-style Room (10-tatami): Has bath & toilet.
- Non-smoking Western-style Room: Has shower & toilet (no bath in room).

- Check-in: 15:00; Check-out: 10:00

[Perks for Staying Guests]
- Festival Plaza (Hotel Koyokan)
Dancing, singing, and folk song show: From 20:30, about 30 min.
- On folk entertainment special performance dates, the ‘Shishi-Odori’ (Deer Dance) is from 20:00.
- Selectable colored yukata for female guests.
Rental Charge: JPY 700 each.
- Table Tennis: JPY 500 for 50 min, game corner (Hotel Hanamaki).
15:00-22:00 *Saturdays: From 12:00; Sundays & Holidays: From 8:00.
- Kids corner (Hotel Koyokan, Hotel Hanamaki)
How to get there?
[Access to Hanamaki Onsen]
- From Iwate Hanamaki Airport: 15 min by car.
- By car: 5 min (4 km) direct from Hanamaki IC.
- From Shin-Hanamaki Station (Tohoku Shinkansen): 20 min by car (a free, regularly departing shuttle bus is available).
- From Hanamaki Station (Tohoku Main Line): 15 min by car (a charged route bus is available).
Haruka-no-Yu Kaze-no-Toki
This accommodation features 100% natural, simple alkaline hot spring that flows from the source.
There is a communal indoor bath.
An open-air communal bath and a semi open-air communal bath are also on site.
The open-air bath is surrounded by nature, allowing guests to enjoy the seasonal scenery and the murmuring of the river.
How to get there?
From Iwate Hanamaki Airport: About 30 minutes by taxi.
From Shin-Hanamaki Station (JR Tohoku Shinkansen): About 30 minutes by car.
From Hanamaki Station (JR Tohoku Main Line): About 20 minutes by car.
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Hanamaki Minami IC and continue along Prefectural Route 12 for 3 km (approximately 15 minutes).
Fujisan Ryokan
This historic ryokan offers a range of relaxing onsen baths that feature 100% natural hot spring water constantly flowing directly from the source. Guests at this hotel can also look forward to Japan's deepest rock bath. * New Top 100 Hot Spring * Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the building!
How to get there?
From Shin-Hanamaki Station: Take the Hanamaki Minami Onsen Kyo hotel shuttle bus. The bus ride takes about 1 hour to the hotel and departs from the West Exit No.2 Bus Terminal at 15:10, 16:10, and 17:10.

From Hanamaki Station: The bus departs from the East Exit Bus Terminal at 15:25, 16:25, and 17:25. The trip takes about 45 minutes from Hanamaki Station (reservation required). *Please contact the hotel for details. 0198-25-2311 (from Oct. 1).

From Akita Airport: About 50 minutes by taxi. Use Kakuyasu Share Taxi (Airport Liner). Advance reservation required. Please contact 0198-25-2311 or 0198-24-2333 (reservations only).

From Hanamaki Station (Tohoku Line): Take the bus from the No. 3 Bus Terminal bound for Shinnamari Onsen (32 minutes). The hotel is about 3 minutes on foot from the bus stop. The last bus departs from Hanamaki Station at 19:05 on weekdays and 18:20 weekends and public holidays.

By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Hanamaki-minami IC and turn left immediately, then turn right at the first set of traffic lights into Prefectural Route 12. Continue straight past Shidotaira Onsen, Osawa Onsen, then turn right at the sign for the hotel about 150 m passed the Namari Onsen Ski Resort.
Watari Onsen
This ryokan's (traditional Japanese inn) relaxing interior is decorated with flower arrangements. Guests can enjoy a relaxing stay surrounded by abundant nature in the Tohoku area.
How to get there?
From Shin Hanamaki Station (JR Tohoku Shinkansen): Take the bus bound for Hanamaki Ekimae and get off at Hanamaki (about 30 minutes). Then take the Yuguchi route bus bound for Shinnamari Onsen and get off at Watari (about 25 minutes). The hotel is about 5 minutes on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Hanamaki-minami IC and continue along Prefectural Route 12 for about 15 minutes (7 km).
Hanamaki Onsen Kashoen
Iwate’s Hanamaki Onsen has great access from the Iwate Hanamaki Airport, the Hanamaki IC, and Tohoku Shinkansen.
Kashoen, located a mere 5 minutes from the Hanamaki IC, is a quiet lodging surrounded by Japanese red pines.
The lodging, which is arranged with the spirit of hospitality at every turn, provides guests with an elegant space free from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Guestrooms feature a balance of Japanese and Western styles, and accommodate a variety of needs.
Seasonal kaiseki cuisine, which shows off the techniques of the Japanese cuisine chefs, is thoroughly prepared with local delicacies from the mountains and sea.
The The Torotoro no Yu Bath, with its skin beautifying waters that have a pH balance of 9.0, gently permeates the skin.
Resign yourself to the slow passage of time and thoroughly enjoy an elegant stay.
- Guestrooms: Equipped with free Wi-Fi and wired LAN.
- Hot Springs: The Torotoro no Yu hot spring bath (silky and smooth hot spring with a pH balance of 9.0) and cypress open-air baths.
- Check-in: 15:00, Check-out: 11:00.
[Kashoen’s Hospitality]
- Selectable colored yukata for female guests.
- Exclusive zori sandals.
- Drink service in the lounge the day following your stay.
*Coffee, orange juice, and apple juice.
How to get there?
[Access]
- From Iwate Hanamaki Airport: 15 min by car.
- By car: 5 min (4 km) direct from Hanamaki IC.
- From Shin-Hanamaki Station (Tohoku Shinkansen): 20 min by car (a free, regularly departing shuttle bus is available).
- From Hanamaki Station (Tohoku Main Line): 15 min by car (a charged route bus is available).
Yusen Shidate
This resort hotel is located on the banks of the Toyosawa River and features private open-air baths (constantly drawing natural hot spring water directly from the hot spring source) in all rooms. There are also a number of men's and women's open-air garden baths and foot spas that offer landscape views of the surrounding area.
How to get there?
From Hanamaki Station (JR Tohoku Line): Take the Iwate Prefecture Kotsu Yuguchi route bus bound for Shin-Namari Onsen / Shidotaira Onsen and get off at Shidotaira Onsen Bus Stop (about 23 minutes). About 2 minutes on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Hanamaki-minami IC and continue along Prefectural Route 12 (Hanamaki Omagari Line) for about 13 minutes (9 km).
Yukaen
This elegant inn’s coffered ceiling tastefully adds a feeling of Taisho romanticism. Enjoy the views of mountains and rivers from spacious guest rooms and open-air baths.

Arriving at Lodging

[Information for Hanamaki Minami Onsenkyo Free Shuttle Bus]

This is the shuttle bus for Hanamaki Minami Onsenkyo.
- This can be used round-trip, free of charge.
- When traveling from the stations to the lodging, the bus departs according to a schedule, so reservations are not available. Please leave enough time when traveling to the bus stop.
- When traveling from the lodging to the stations, please make a reservation at the front desk during check-in.


- Schedule for Bus from Shin-Hanamaki Station (Shinkansen) to Lodging
Shin-Hanamaki Station Departures: 15:10, 16:10, 17:10
Exit the station’s west gate, and the No. 2 bus stop is on the right side.

- Schedule for Bus from Hanamaki Station (Conventional Line) to Lodging
Hanamaki Station Departures: 15:25, 16:25, 17:25
Exit the main gate and there is an exclusive bus stop on the left side.

- Schedule for Bus from Lodging to Hanamaki Station
Yukaen Departures: 9:50
The shuttle bus stops in front of the lodging entrance.

[Arriving at Lodging via Other Means]
Please check in by 19:00.
If you will be later than 19:00, please make sure to contact the lodging. (Provision of dinner is until 21:00)

During Stay
Rest at ease in spacious guestrooms with coffered ceilings.
While in the lodging, relax in yukata and slippers.
(Yukata for male and female guests differ in color. Please give notification of the number of male and female guests in the guestroom.)
Enjoy a soak in the 2 baths which feature their own atmosphere.
From June to August, enjoy a stroll around the garden with its fresh verdure and seasonal flowers.
Souvenirs are available for purchase at the shop.
At the lounge, coffee, local cakes, and more are available.

Guestrooms
The lodging has 3 types of guestrooms: Japanese-style rooms, 2-room Japanese/Western-style rooms, and 3-room Japanese/Western-style rooms.
All guestrooms have coffered ceilings.
All guestrooms have a bathroom and washroom.
All guestrooms are not equipped with a bath or shower. Please use the communal baths.
All guestrooms have a refrigerator. Charges are required for the drinks in the fridge. Please pay for any drinks consumed.

Dinner
For dinner, guests will be served kaiseki cuisine in the restaurant.
(From 18:00 to 21:00)
*Support is available for guests with allergies. Please make requests and specify the corresponding number of people. Note that dashi (fish soup stock) or extract may be used in some dishes. Please also specify if these cannot be used.
Ex) 1 guest - no meat whatsoever (dashi OK)

Baths
This is a simple alkaline hot spring.
‘Toyosawa-no-Yu’ Large Communal Bath - Indoor bath & open-air bath
‘Komorebi-no-Yu’ Small Communal Bath - Indoor bath, open-air bath, and sauna
Bathing hours for both are until midnight and from 5:00 in the morning.
On Tuesdays, the small communal bath will not be available from 8:00 to 12:00 due to cleaning.
On Wednesdays, the large communal bath will not be available from 8:00 to 12:00 due to cleaning.
The large and small communal baths are gender-segregated. (There is no alternation by gender.)
There are no private baths.

Enjoy the viscous hot spring waters.


Breakfast
For breakfast, guests will be served a Japanese/Western-style buffet in the restaurant.
(From 7:00 to 9:00)
The menu features around 30 varieties.

The above is current as of June 2018. This is subject to change.

Seasons
Yukaen is surrounded by nature, so guests can enjoy the seasonal scenery.

Spring: The flowers in the garden begin to bloom, turning into patches of bright colors over the span of about a month. During this time, many people come to stay at the lodging to drop by Tenshochi Park in nearby Kitakami City and see the gorgeous cherry blossoms.
Summer: The fresh foliage is simply stunning. Admire the garden landscape that stretches out across a vast area measuring 33,100 sqm (about 8 acres).
Rare plants and roses can be seen.
Autumn: The mountains surrounding Yukaen become vividly colored. Autumn leaves are colored in beautiful hues.
Winter: Although it becomes cold out, this it the best time for a comfortable soak in the hot springs!
In midwinter, the entire landscape turns into silvery white! Look forward to enjoying your time in a mystical world.
How to get there?
From Shin-Hanamaki Station (JR Tohoku Shinkansen Line): Take the JR Kamaishi Line bound for Hanamaki to Hanamaki Station (9 min). Then take a Yuguchi line bus bound for Shinnamari Onsen (30 min) and get off at the Yamanokami Onsen bus stop. It is 3 min on foot from there.
Aeria Tohno
Located in Tono City, the setting for a famous folk tale, the hotel is surrounded by such sites as a village from the old folk story the Tale of Tono. The hotel takes pride in its cooking, large baths, and story tellers that tell old folk tales.
How to get there?
From Shin-Hanamaki Station (JR Tohoku Shinkansen): Take the JR Kamaishi Line towards Tono or Kamaishi and get off at Tono Station (about 50 minutes). It is about 8 minutes on foot or about 2 minutes by taxi from there.
Hotel Shidotaira
This hotel features renowned hot spring baths with a 300-year history. Guests are invited to enjoy the variety of baths while admiring the splendor of the natural surroundings. This is an onsen (hot spring baths) experience like none other, where guests of all ages can enjoy!
How to get there?
From Hanamaki Station (JR Tohoku Line): Take a Tohoku route bus bound for Shin-Namari Onsen/Shidotaira Onsen and get off at the Shidotaira Onsen bus stop (about 23 min). It is about 2 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Hanamaki-minami IC and continue along Prefectural Route 12 (Hanamaki Omagari Route) for about 9 km (about 13 min).
Osawa Onsen Sansuikaku
Osawa Onsen Sansuikaku offers a range of bathing options to enjoy at this inn, as well as at the 200-year old Jisuibu Toujiiya and the thatch-roofed Kikusuikan sitting across the river.
How to get there?
From Hanamaki Station (JR Tohoku Line): Take a bus bound for Shin-Namari Onsen and get off at the Osawa Onsen bus stop (about 30 min). Immediate access from there.
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Hanamaki-minami IC and continue along Prefectural Route 12 for about 12 km (about 15 min). Follow Yu (Hot Spring) signs.
Airinkan
Totally enjoy hot springs in 17 different baths! There are unique baths using hot spring water constantly flowing directly from the source! Guests can also choose from plans with dinner served in guest rooms, or kamado (hearth-cooked) cuisine with brand Hakkinton pork!
How to get there?
From Shin-Hanamaki Station (JR Tohoku Shinkansen), West Exit: About 50 min by taxi.
By car: About 17 km (about 20 min) from Tohoku Expressway Hanamaki-minami IC.
Kappo Ryokan Hiromitei
This is the only ryokan in the Hanamaki Onsen area that features first-class dining facilities. The hotel's head chef uses only the finest selection of seafood caught in Sanriku, delicacies from the Ou Mountains, and plenty of seasonal ingredients in authentic kaiseki dishes served to guests in their rooms.
How to get there?
From Shin Hanamaki Station (JR Tohoku Shinkansen) Main Exit: Take the shuttle bus to Hanamaki Onsen Bus Stop. About 3 minutes on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Hanamaki IC and continue along Route 37 for about 7 minutes (4 km).
Yamayurino-yado
Spend a relaxing time in this modern hot spring hotel where the hearth grilled meals are prepared with only the best ingredients. Japanese-style cuisine made with local ingredients is prepared on a hearth for dinner. This hotel promises a relaxing environment that only a small inn can provide.
How to get there?
[From JR Hanamaki Station (Tohoku Main Line)]
- 15 min by taxi at around JPY 2,800 (as of Oct. 2007).
- Take a bus bound for Dai Onsen to the Dai Onsen bus stop (about 20 min). It is about 3 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway via the Hanamaki IC exit and continue towards Hanamaki Onsen-kyo. When you reach Hanamaki Onsen, take a left and continue until you arrive at the hotel.
Kenji no Yado
Kenji no Yado is comprised of 2 buildings - the Main Building and New Building.
Reception is in the Main Building.
It is a 1 minute walk from the Main Building to the New Building.
Check-in: 16:00 - 23:30
Check-out: Until 9:00
Curfew: 23:00
There are 2 types of plans: accommodation only plans & breakfast included plans.
Breakfast Hours: 7:00 - 8:30
During the day from 9:00 to 16:00 the facility will be closed.
Guests on consecutive night stays are asked to leave their luggage in their guestrooms and head out. Guests cannot use the guestrooms during the day.
Main Building guestrooms do not have baths or toilets. The baths (2 available) are private baths with time limits.
Guestrooms in the New Building have their own bath and toilet.
Only 5 minutes on foot from JR Shin-Hanamaki Station. Only 3 minutes on foot to a convenience store.
On-site payments must be made in cash only.

The Miyazawa Kenji Memorial Museum, Dowa Mura, and Ihatov are at least 12 minutes away on foot. This is an ideal base for guests on business, sightseeing, mountain climbing, and those taking the Kamaishi Line.
How to get there?
From Hanamaki Airport: about 10 min by taxi at around JPY 1,700 or about 20 min by bus at around JPY 420 (as of Dec. 2013).
From Shin-Hanamaki Station (JR Tohoku Shinkansen or JR Kamaishi Line): about 5 min on foot or 1 min by taxi. Last train at around 23:10.
Leave via west exit and pass through the plaza in front. Head straight for about 350 m. About 5 min on foot. There will be a Kenji no Yado sign on the left. The hotel will be after that on the right side.
By car: Exit the Kamaishi Expressway at Hanamaki Airport IC and continue along Prefectural Route 286. From JR Hanamaki Station, head straight for 400 m.
Hanamaki-dai Hot Spa Hotel San-emon
This hotel features a modern design with such facilities as a spacious lobby, a variety of large, mid-sized and small banquet halls, and a large, public bath brimming with natural hot spring water.
How to get there?
From Shin-Hanamaki Station (JR Tohoku Shinkansen): Take the shuttle bus bound for Hanamaki Onsen/Dai Onsen and get off at Dai Onsen Bus Stop (approx. 35 min). About 3 min on foot from there.
Fujisan Ryokan Bettei Namari Onsen Kokoronotoki Jusangatsu
Guests at this hotel can spend precious time with the special people in their lives. Expect heartfelt hospitality and quality cuisine.
How to get there?
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at the Hanamaki-minami IC and continue along Prefectural Route 12 for about 20 minutes (about 15 km).
From Shin Hanamaki Station (JR Tohoku Shinkansen) West Exit: Take the JR Kamaishi Line to Hanamaki Station (about 5 minutes), then take the Iwate Kotsu Bus bound for Shin-namari Onsen and get off at Namari Onsen (about 32 minutes). About 3 minutes on foot from there.

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