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Ginsuiso Choraku
Ginsuiso Choraku
Arimacho, Kobe
This Japanese-style hotel is located on a hill overlooking the Arima hot spring resort and Mt. Rokko, where guests can enjoy the magnificent landscape from comfortable guest rooms. Choraku also offers both "golden" and "silver" hot springs from private sources to fill the communal spas and open-air baths. The expertly prepared kaiseki course cuisine served here features delicacies like authentic Kobe Beef and the freshest seafood from nearby Akashi.

Cuisine
Rating 4.5/5.0!!
Delicious meals are served in-room for both dinner and breakfast. Enjoy dishes carefully prepared one by one made with local ingredients including seafood from Akashi and Tamba vegetables.

Hot Springs
Rating 4.5/5.0!!
The only place in Arima with coveted Golden and Silver springs.
These two types of spring water are pumped into the large communal baths and open air bath "Kunugi-no-yu) for a total of 10 baths.
Kunugi-no-yu has a standing bath, and a sauna is equipped in the large communal baths.

The hotel's friendly hospitality
*Staff will drop you off to the Arima Onsen area as many times as you like.
(The onsen area is about 15 minutes away on foot)
*In the afterbath area, handmade sweets and tea service are available from 15:00-19:00.
Merveille Arima
Merveille Arima
Arimacho, Kobe
Arima is famous for its natural environment with seasonal elegance, as well as for being Japan's oldest hot spring region. Transportation in the area is very convenient, so visitors that set their mind on coming can easily make their way here.
The Maple Arima
The Maple Arima
Arimacho, Kobe
The concept for this hotel was based on a villa, allowing guests to relax and feel right at home. It also offers radium-rich hot springs, friendly staff and delectable cuisine.
Arima Gyoen
Arima Gyoen
Arimacho, Kobe
This lodging - which is very close to several bus stops - offers you high quality onsen (hot springs), an open-air cypress bath, and tray of dishes served for a feast with seafood and beef.
Arima Sansoh Gosho Bessho
Arima Sansoh Gosho Bessho
Arimacho, Kobe
Located in Arima Onsen, one of Japan's oldest hot spring resorts, this villa resort offers the comforts of a western-style resort hotel with the elegance of a Japanese inn.
Arima Grand Hotel
Arima Grand Hotel
Arimacho, Kobe
Arima Grand Hotel is located on high ground surrounded by the three mountains of Arima and boasting spectacular scenery. The large scenic bath that occupies the top (9th) floor is especially worth noting. You can leisurely gaze upon the Arima Onsen village just below, as well as the Tamba Mountains far in the distance as you soak in the bathtub.
Arima Kirari
Arima Kirari
Arimacho, Kobe
Here within Arima Onsen amongst the lush, green Japanese gardens, you can experience Arima View Hotel’s bathhouse Taikonoyu, the only place where you can enjoy the gold spring, silver spring, and carbonate spring all in one visit. Starting with the first gold spring steam bath in Japan, you can enjoy the 24 different types of baths that Taikonoyu offers, including bedrock baths that use one of 10 different rare minerals for health benefits you can only find at this hotel, all for free! Dinner offered 18:00 - 20:00, and breakfast 7:00 - 9:00.
Tosen Goshobo
Tosen Goshobo
Arimacho, Kobe
How about eating mountain food filled with simple rural beauty while listening to the limpid stream of the Taki River which people such as Junichiro Tanizaki (famous novelist) loved. In the midst of the modernization in Arima Onsen (hot springs) village, this lodging prides itself on staying as it is.
Taketoritei Maruyama
Taketoritei Maruyama
Arimacho, Kobe
This hot spring lodging is popular for its Arima Onsen cuisine and hot springs. The lodging's private baths which use the Kinsen (golden hold spring) - one of Japan's top 3 most famous hot springs - and Ginsen (silver hot spring) hot springs are all free!
Arima Onsen Miyukiso Hanamusubi
Arima Onsen Miyukiso Hanamusubi
Arimacho, Kobe
A ryokan (Japanese-style hotel) offering a full range of dishes to guests, filled with the delicate scent of flowers. The view from open-air bath on the highest floor is amazing and the hotel offers wheel chair access.
*Guests can choose from 6 different types of pillows.
Hashinoya Bekkan Ransui
Hashinoya Bekkan Ransui
Arimacho, Kobe
This is a pure Japanese-style quiet small inn, rebuilt of the old villa which stands in the rich nature along the Taki River. You can fully enjoy a relaxing time and the lodging's special delicacies.
Arima Kaido Yuuwa
Arima Kaido Yuuwa
Arimacho, Kobe
Opened after renovations in November 2015, this hotel comes complete with its own hot spring source. Guests can look forward to having a relaxing hot spring bath and delicious meals.
Arima Onsen Takayamaso Hanano
Arima Onsen Takayamaso Hanano
Arimacho, Kobe
This tranquil Japanese inn stands on a hilltop in Arima surrounded by seasonal flowers. Inside, admire the beautifully arranged flowers, antiques and artworks. The elegant space makes guests feel as if they're in a museum. The inn has 17 rooms, all of which offer a peaceful retreat. Have a relaxing soak in free-flowing natural hot springs. Or better yet, try the open-air bath which has a natural gold color and is rich in iron and salt, warming the body from within. Guests will also look forward to delicious seasonal kaiseki cuisine.
Gekkoen Korokan
Gekkoen Korokan
Arimacho, Kobe
Gekkoen Korokan has been selected in the top 250 hotels by the Kankokeizai News Company for 5 years straight (5 star hotel). The hotel has also been awarded the Silver Star certification as an “elderly guest friendly” hotel.
The hotel is located in the perfect location, with each guest room offering vast, picturesque views of Ochibayama as well as spectacular scenery viewable from throughout the hotel, including the lobby and baths. The hotel offers so many hot springs baths that you can enjoy trying out the many different varieties, and experience Arima’s hot spring water at the source to your hearts content!
Arima Onsen Hyoe Koyokaku
Arima Onsen Hyoe Koyokaku
Arimacho, Kobe
This hotel is 650 years old and located on the hill in the center of the Arima Onsen hot spring town. The Japanese style rooms offer views of Mount Rokko and the surrounding town. There is a splendid view from the large bath and the hotel boasts ""Silver Star"" accreditation. (*""Silver Star"" is a certification system. Hotels which meet standards for the elderly in terms of facilities, services and prices receive ""Silver Star"" accreditation.) With easy access for wheelchairs, guests can enjoy all areas in and around the hotel.

A free PC corner and Wi-Fi spot are available at the hotel lobby.
Enjoy all the different kinds of baths, including the Japanese-style 'Ichi-no-Yu' and Western-style 'Ni-no-Yu'. All the baths at this hotel feature 'Kinsen' colored hot spring.
*The 'Ichi-no-Yu' and 'Ni-no-Yu' are switched daily for male and female guests.

This hotel features three large bathing areas: Japanese-style ‘Ichi no Yu’, Western-style bath ‘Ni no Yu’, and therapeutic bath ‘San no Yu’. All baths feature the golden waters of Arima.
Kosenkaku
Kosenkaku
Arimacho, Kobe
The inn is situated on the hill where you can overlook the beautiful mountain range of Tanba in the distance. You can enjoy abundant good quality hot spring water from our domestic spring origin in 2 different large communal baths in Arima.
Customers staying in the lodge will be served Western-style food for meals.
WiFi available at the hotel lobby only.
Motoyu Ryuusenkaku
Motoyu Ryuusenkaku
Arimacho, Kobe
This hot spring hotel is located in the beautiful Arima Onsen resort area. Motoyu Ryuusenkaku offers a range of bathing facilities that include an indoor pool and private reservable open-air baths, as well a range of child friendly services such as a kids corner and rental prams.

[Hot Spring]
Arima Onsen is considered as one of the three most ancient and reputable hotb springs.
The kinsen (golden hot springs) can be enjoyed at both the indoor and open-air baths of Motoyu Ryusenkaku.

[Motoyu Ryusenkaku]
The 'kinsen' open-air bath is available 24 hours a day. Relax to the turbid waters of the kinsen which has more than 20 health benefits.
Arima Onsen is fairly near Kobe and Rokkosan, making it a perfect base for sightseeing around Kobe.
Visit Motoyu Ryusenkaku on a family trip with small children, or on a anniversary with your special one!
Kado-no-Bou
Kado-no-Bou
Arimacho, Kobe
Take in the seasonal beauty of Mt. Rokko and Mt. Atago. Warm hospitality and cozy Japanese-style rooms create an atmosphere of onsen-flavored relaxation.
Nakanobo Zuien
Nakanobo Zuien
Arimacho, Kobe
This is a well established, long standing ryokan (Japanese-style hotel) geared towards adults, featuring open-air baths, private baths and free Wi-Fi service. The ryokan is located a 12-minute walk from Arimaonsen Station, and they provide free shuttle service from the station for guests that contact the ryokan from the station. Guests can take it easy and relax during their stay with check-in at 13:00 and check-out at 12:00.
In order to offer a relaxing and refreshing space in the private baths, guests are asked not to bring along children younger than 13 years of age. Guests can choose from different types of guest rooms, including Japanese-style, Japanese/Western-style, Japanese modern (with beds), as well as rooms with open-air baths. Enjoy kaiseki cuisines that feature seasonal ingredients for dinner, as well as Japanese or Western-style breakfasts (guests can select which style).