RYOKANS providing rooms with private open-air/Onsen baths
The view of Unzen Jigoku (“Unzen Hell”) opens out before the inn. Pure while hot spring water drawn from Jigoku. Historical hot spring inn. 120 min by airport bus and bus from Nagasaki Airport.
“No. 1” ryokan in Japan
The view of Unzen Jigoku (“Unzen Hell”) opens out before the inn.
Traditional ryokan – historical architecture
Originally established for western guests from Hong Kong and Shanghai, requisitioned by Japanese army during World War II, then used by U.S. army as a recreation facility after the war, the hotel has finally been opened for the public since 1950s.
Japanese ryokan food, dinner and breakfast – a ryokan providing local foodstuff
Half foreign style Japanese multi-course, made with local seafood products, pork and vegetables.
A ryokan particularly good for health and beauty
This spring occurs naturally, without any excavation. It has a strong antiseptic effect. The water is good for muscle pain, joint pain, skin beautification, etc.
Modern hotel-style ryokan
A relaxing and modern Japanese-style inn surrounded by Unzen Jigoku (“Unzen Hell”).
Year of establishment
*The open-air baths in the rooms are hot spring baths.
Staff’s comment from the SELECTED ONSEN RYOKAN
Promenade just outside the hotel, takes you to the leisurely walk in Unzen Jigoku (“Unzen Hell”) [PHOTO GALLERY: Unzen Jigoku (“Unzen Hell”)].