All 16 spacious rooms with the highest priority on comfort

It is a complex resort facility with a natural hot spring and an art museum at the foot of Nishi-Chugoku National Monument, which is 600 to 1,000 meters above sea level. It is adjacent to the Wood One Museum, which houses modern Japanese paintings and Art Nouveau, including Meissen porcelain, which boasts the largest collection in Japan. The adjacent ski resort, Megahira Ski Resort can also be enjoyed by beginners to advanced skiers. Enjoy the fresh seasonal mountain delicacies in the great outdoors, soak in the hot springs and relax.


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Day trip bath Tuesday-Sunday and holidays from mid-December to the end of March / 11: 00-19: 00 * Last reception 18:00 Day trip bath from mid-December to the end of March Monday and Monday Holidays The following Tuesday and January 12 / 13: 00 ~ 19: 00 * Last reception 18:00, Kurgarden 16: 00 ~ Day trip bath from early April to early December / 11: 00 ~ 19: 00 * Last reception 18: 00 Check-in / 15 : 00 ~ Lodge check-in / 17: 00 ~
One-day bathing is closed on Mondays from early April to late December * Excluding holidays
Hot spring bathing fee adult / 700 yen, hot spring bathing fee child / 350 yen, hot spring bathing fee infant / 150 yen, Kurgarden hot spring bathing fee adult / 1,100 yen, Kurgarden hot spring bathing fee child / 650 yen, Kurgarden hot spring bathing Fee Infant / 350 yen, room charge varies depending on the season and day of the month. Please contact us for details (0829-77-2277, please also see the homepage. Http://
738-03014291 Yoshiwa, Hatsukaichi
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4291 Yoshiwa, Hatsukaichi

About 3 minutes by car from the Yoshiwa IC on the China Expressway, or about 40 minutes from JR Miyauchi Kushido Station on the Hiroshima Electric Railway bus bound for Tsuda garage, and about 44 minutes by changing to the Sakura Bus Yoshiwa garage at the Saiki Bunka Center bus stop. Get off at the Japanese bus stop

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