RYOKANS providing rooms with private open-air baths
Book Matsudaya Hotel in Yuda Onsen— This bountiful hot spring with an output of two thousand tons of water in one day imparts a wonderfully clean feel with clear and colorless water. 35 min by JR Sanyo Shinkansen from Hiroshima/Hakata Station to Shin-Yamaguchi Station, then 20 min by JR Sanin Main Line to Yudaonsen Station and 15-min walk from there.
Japanese ryokan food, dinner and breakfast – a ryokan providing local foodstuff
Local seafood from the Sea of Japan and Seto Inland Sea
A ryokan particularly good for health and beauty
A hot spring with 800 years of history. It was discovered when a white fox was seen healing a leg injury in a pond by the temple. It has a gentle, clean spring quality, spouting forth 1300 liters per minute. The water is good for neuralgia, muscle pain, joint pain, etc.
“No. 1” ryokan in Japan
With 330 years of history, this ryokan features a Japanese garden. This is an area where the samurai who ushered the country from the Edo era (the era of kimonos and a closed off Japan) to the Meiji era (the birth of modern Japan) gathered. The hot spring itself has 800 years of history.
Traditional ryokan – historical architecture
The 200 year old Japanese garden is home to a historical site devoted to the samurai warriors who participated in the Meiji Revolution. The bath was constructed in 1860, and the revolutionary samurai bathed here. It is currently active.
Year of establishment
*Open-air baths in the rooms are hot spring baths.