A Quality Ryokan in Kinosaki Onsen, Yamamotoya
Located in the heart of Kinosaki Onsen hot spring town

Kinosaki Onsen Inn Ryokan Yamamotoya
Kinosaki Onsen Inn Ryokan Yamamotoya
Kinosaki Onsen Inn Ryokan Yamamotoya


Ryokan Yamamotoya

Kinosaki Onsen Inn
Ryokan Yamamotoya

643 Kinosaki-cho Yushima, Toyooka City, Hyogo Prefecture 669-6101, Japan

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Check-in: From 3PM
Checkout: By 10AM

Kinosaki Onsen Tourist Association

Cozy Inn in a Convenient Location in Kinosaki Onsen

Traditional Japanese style entrance Kinosaki Onsen in Toyooka, Hyogo Prefecture, is a well-known hot spring site with a long history of more than 1,400 years. The Otani-gawa River running through the center of Kinosaki Onsen is lined with willows and cherry trees, making the town all the more attractive with beautiful traditional Japanese scenery in all four seasons.
One of the true charms of Kinosaki Onsen is public bathhouse (soto-yu) touring in yukata and geta. Each of the seven public bathhouses has its own origin and history and is believed to be protected by a guardian deity. It is believed that those who visit all of the seven bathhouses will be blessed with seven types of good fortune. Yamamotoya is in a convenient location at the center of Kinosaki Onsen, allowing you to visit all of the seven bathhouses on foot. From its rooms facing the Otani-gawa River you can fully enjoy the view of Kinosaki Onsen with people wearing yukata strolling along the willow-fringed river.

Time-Honored Inn

Old-time Yamamotoya Boasting 350 years of history, Yamamotoya proudly operates as the oldest inn in Kinosaki Onsen. In 2007, it underwent renovation, and in this and other ways Yamamotoya has been changing in response to changing times, but will never change its basic idea - to enable guests to enjoy Konosaki Onsen to the full - which has been maintained since the inn's inception.

Well-Prepared Dishes and Local Beer

Well-prepared dishes Yamamotoya uses local products for its dishes, such as locally caught fish, crabs caught in the sea around Japan, genuine Tajima beef, which is famous for its tender deliciousness, and local beer brewed at its own brewery. Relax and enjoy delicious foods from the local areas in your room.

Rental Yukata

Yukatas Why don't you do public bathhouse touring wearing a comfortable yukata? Yukata is a light Japanese robe. You can choose one you like from 100 varieties of yukatas. Don't worry about how to wear a yukata. A "nakai-san" serving lady will show you how to put in on. The rental fee is 1,080 yen.


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