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Irodori Yukashiki Hana to Hana
Irodori Yukashiki Hana to Hana
A milky hot spring that's great for the skin is this hotel's charm. Located at the gateway to Yunishigawa Onsen, this hotel has hot springs with the highest alkalinity in the Kanto region. With every soak, guests can feel their skin become more moisturized, and their bodies feel much more relaxed. There are a total of 10 different baths including an open-air bath from where the beauty of the seasons can be admired, fragrant cypress baths, and a rock bath that uses rocks along the stream. Surrounded by the rich nature, this hotel offers guests marvelous sceneries at every season, from the fresh green leaves of spring, the vivid foliage of autumn, and the silvery landscape of winter illuminated by the moonlight. This is a great place to spend precious time with family or friends.
How to get there?
From Yunishigawa Onsen Station: 20 minutes by bus.

From Tokyo area: Take the Tobu Railway train or the JR-Tobu Express train.
Asakusa Station (Tobu Railway) to Kinugawa Onsen Station (train transfer), Kinugawa Onsen Station to Yunishigawa Onsen Station
Or,
JR Shinjuku Station to Kinugawa Onsen Station (train transfer), Kinugawa Onsen Station to Yunishigawa Onsen Station

From Yunishigawa Onsen Station: Take the Nikko Kotsu Dial Bus bound for Yunishigawa Onsen (about 20 min).
(The last Dial Bus departs from Yunishigawa Onsen Station at 17:45. Please do not be late.)
Honke Bankyu
Honke Bankyu
This hotel in Nikko boasts an open-air bath, the source of which has been found in 1666, with the Yunishi River flowing right by. The building is registered as a historical monument. Guests can experience how it's like to stay in a traditional Japanese private residence built long ago. The interior part of the building is built along the river, made with choice wood and earthen walls. Japanese-style guestrooms are furnished with futon and equipped with flat-screen TVs. Guests can choose from 5 hot springs, and enjoy local cuisine for dinner. Rooms equipped with air-conditioning units have paper-sliding doors and tatami mats, adding a Zen atmosphere. A lush, refreshing scenery can be seen from the guestrooms. There are also yukata and private toilets. Some rooms have private baths. For meals, guests will cross a Kazura-bashi (hanging rope bridge) to get to the dining hall to enjoy charcoal-grilled irori cuisine. Requests for private rooms or seats are accepted.

How to get there?
From Tokyo Area: Take the Tobu Railway or a JR-Tobu Express train.
Asakusa Station (Tobu Railway) to Kinugawa Onsen Station (train transfer), Kinugawa Onsen Station to Yunishigawa Onsen Station
OR
JR Shinjuku Station to Kinugawa Onsen Station (train transfer), Kinugawa Onsen Station to Yunishigawa Onsen Station
From Yunishigawa Onsen Station: Take a Nikko Kotsu Dial Bus bound for Yunishigawa Onsen (about 30 min).
(The last Dial Bus departs from Yunishigawa Onsen Station at 17:45. Please do not be late.)
Yunishigawa Onsen Hotel Yunishigawa
Yunishigawa Onsen Hotel Yunishigawa
Enjoy a relaxing stay in a lodging surrounded by nature at Yunishigawa Onsen, which has over 400 years of history and is associated with the legend of Heike no Ochudo, the defeated soldiers of the Heike.
*All rooms are non-smoking and in Japanese style.
How to get there?
From Yunishigawa Onsen Station (JR Aizu Kinugawa Line): about 20 min by bus.
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Utsunomiya IC.
Kamiyashiki Taira no Takafusa
Kamiyashiki Taira no Takafusa
Nestled in the quiet mountains, this Japanese-style inn provides guests a tranquil environment. It features open-air baths with an abundance of hot spring water, and a sunken hearth around which guests can have delicious, satisfying meals.
How to get there?
From Yunishigawa Onsen Station (Yagan Railway Aizu Kinugawa Line): Take a Tobu Dial Bus bound for Yunishigawa Onsen and get off at the Yunishigawa Onsen bus stop (about 25 min). It is about 20 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Nikko Utsunomiya Toll Road at Imaichi IC and continue along National Route 121 for about 30 km (about 50 min), then along Prefectural Route 249 for about 17 km (about 30 min).
Yamashiroya (Yunishigawa Onsen)
Yamashiroya (Yunishigawa Onsen)
This hotel features rustic cuisine made with ingredients taken from the nearby mountains and river cooked over a hearth, an open-air bath in the style of a Japanese garden, and three different types of chartered open-air baths.
How to get there?
From Yunishigawa-onsen Station on the Aizu Kinugawa Line: Take the bus bound for Yunishigawa Onsen (about 25 minutes) and get off at Yamashiroya Hotel. The hotel is less than a minute walk from the bus stop.
Yunishigawa Onsen Heike Honjin
Yunishigawa Onsen Heike Honjin
Heike Honjin, a hotel of history and tradition, is reminiscent of Heike no Ochudo legends that tell the tales of defeated Heike soldiers. Filled with a luxurious atmosphere, this hotel offers guests a relaxing place to stay. The entire hotel is non-smoking.
How to get there?
From Yunishigawa-Onsen Station: about 35 min by bus. The hotel is about 5 min on foot from the bus stop.