RYOKANS providing rooms with private open-air baths
Book Izanro Iwasaki in Misasa Onsen (Tottori) — Tracing its roots back to antiquity, this historical hot spring ryokan has always been a favorite of the Royal family and famous intellectual Japanese poet-painters (bunjin) of yore. It has a Japanese garden and tea ceremony room, and has hosted many members of the Imperial Family and authors. With 800 years of history, the hot spring contains 702 maches of radon, making it rare on a global scale.
Access: 45 min by bus from Tottori Sakyu Conan Airport to Kurayoshi Station
Private Onsens (For couple, family, tatoo)
(1) Rooms with open-air hot spring baths available
(2) Rental hot spring baths for private use (outside guest rooms): 1 bath
Spring quality/qualities (Please refer to this page for the health merits)
Radioactive spring, Chloride spring
Tourist spots nearby
Tottori Sand Dunes, Mount Daisen, Mizuki Shigeru Road, Adachi Museum of Art, Matsue Castle, Izumo Taisha (Izumo Grand Shrine)
Stayed in by famous persons
With ninety years of history, this ryokan has hosted Emperor Showa, the current Emperor of Japan, the Prince and Princess of Japan, and many authors as well.
Hot spring resort – Misasa
With 800 years of history, this hot spring is known as one of the world’s best radium hot springs. The rate of death from cancer of the nearby residents is half of the national average. The water is good for skin beautification, fatigue, nervous disorders, etc. This area was approved as the filming spot for the sequel of the Korean drama “Iris.”
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