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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)
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.
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.
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)
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.
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.
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.
Extra beds, if available, are dependent on the room you choose. Please ask the property for more details.
A very beautiful accommodation with a very nice surrounding. The room big and clean. The onsen very beautiful and nice. The dinner is great and breakfast is yummy. If I ever visit Hanamaki again in the future, I will definitely come back to this accom
A wonderful place, especially in winter, with lots of snow! Great open-air bath! Access: A notice on where the shuttle bus at Shin-Hanamaki station is leaving would be helpful. As it is explicitly stated that no reservation is required for the shuttle, we
Great place to rest and relax. You can soak yourself in the hot springs as much and as long as you like. Got 2 outdoor springs as well as indoors springs. The package we got has breakfast and dinner included. Breakfast is OK but dinner is way too huge port