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- Just 1 hour by car from Kanazawa. This ryokan, located in Yamanaka Onsen, provides guests with an enjoyable stay thanks to their theme of ‘year-round cherry blossom viewing’.
- In the name ‘Ohanami Kyubei’, ‘Ohanami’ (cherry blossom viewing) refers to guests’ enjoyable stay, and ‘Kyubei’ is the name of the founder of the ryokan. The ryokan displays its roots from the time of its establishment when it first started providing guests with enjoyable stays.
- After arriving, guests will be treated to freshly made Kyubei dango and sakura tea in the lobby.
- There are 3 types of guestrooms that are primarily Japanese-style rooms with tatami flooring.
- The Rokushoan suite rooms - 6 limited Japanese/Western-style rooms with twin beds and scenic view open-air baths - allow guests to have the scenery of the hot springs and the gorge all to themselves.
- The Kashoan rooms - standard, 10 or 12.5-tatami mat Japanese-style guestrooms - have the most reservations, and feature the sprawling, seasonal beauty of the gorge right outside the windows, with fireflies in the summer and a snowy landscape in the winter.
- To make up for not having baths, Kaedan rooms are offered at a reasonable price.
- All guestrooms are equipped with a TV, refrigerator (empty), electric kettle, hair dryer, yukata, towels, bath towels, and more.
- Meals will be new and creative Japanese-style kaiseki course meals that feature traditional ingredients and cooking methods from the Kaga region, with some added creativity and ingenuity.
- Meals are served in the restaurant where guests can enjoy a stylish and modern Japanese-style atmosphere, or in guestrooms for guests that value their privacy.
- Meals are divided by plans, so make a reservation for your preferred style of meal.
- From the open-air baths and private open-air baths, guests can get a view of the beautiful gorge.
- The baths are also blessed with natural background music played by the murmur of the river and sounds of small animals.
- The large communal baths are equipped with 3 tubs with varying depths and temperatures.
- There is also a rest area guests can use to take a break after a soak.
- There are also free drinks, shaved ice (depending on the season), and more.
- Free Wi-Fi is equipped in all guestrooms, the front area, lobby, and restaurants.
- The ryokan is also equipped with a terrace where guests can look out upon the beauty of the gorge, a ramen and izakaya corner, a shop, private ganban’yoku bedrock spa, table tennis, a massage and beauty salon, and free parking lot.
- Along the nearby Yuge Kaido Street, in addition to hot spring egg-making experiences, there are galleries for Kutani ceramic ware and Yamanaka lacquer ware, shops that sell sweet dumplings or croquettes, cafes, and more lined side by side. And along the ravine running parallel to the street, there is also a 1.3 kilometer promenade, where guests can enjoy strolls of Kakusenkei Gorge.
- For those with a car, this is a convenient location for visiting Eihei-ji Temple (40 minutes away), Kanazawa and its dinosaur museum (1 hour away), and the World Heritage Sites of Gokayama and Shirakawago (2 hours away).
- There is also a free shuttle bus from Kagaonsen Station (closest station). From Kanazawa it is just 25 minutes via a limited express train, making travel quite convenient. (For details, please refer to Access Info)
Extra beds, if available, are dependent on the room you choose. Please ask the property for more details.