The elegant wooden style hotel that stands at the gateway to the imperial villa forest.

This ryokan was built in the early Showa period and has 15 guest rooms, original Kaiseki dishes, a traditional Japanese cuisine with local and seasonal ingredients and the Omari onsen known to be gentle on the skin. Cyclists may securely store their bikes in their rooms. The owner ____? This hotel is best suited for couples or families.

If you stay in a guest suite with two rooms you can ______

Time to indulge and replenish at the Omari Onsen. The spring water comes from the same source was the imperial villa and has a variety of medicinal and beautifying properties.

The hotel offers many private baths for couples or families.

The architecture evokes nostalgia and delights the imagination.

The O.K.D. is a nutritious meal that provides a taste of Japan.

After dinner, tuck the kids away and retreat to the bar lounge.

Address 206 Yumoto, Nasu Town, Nasu District, Tochigi
Tel 0287-76-3180
Access Local bus or Shuttle bus from Nasushiobara Station takes about 35 minutes
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Nasu IC and continue along Route 17 for about 15 minutes.
Parking Free
Courtesy bus Reservation required
Rooms 13 Japanese-style rooms
Price From JPY 19,590(18,000)-42,270(39,000) (Tax not included)
C/I Time 15:00 –
C/O Time 11:00
Credit card Available
Internet Free Wifi
Bath Large public Onsen baths, Open-air Onsen baths, Private bath
Bike storage Inside room with stand
Bike washing place Parking lot
Laundry Special laundry service only for cycle clothing (Request before 18:00 in staying night)
Sales points There is much space in your room with your bicycle. Please get into the onsen, then relax and enjoy the cuisine.

Access Map

Facility features

Guest room bring in as it is, private storage room, locked etc in lobby etc
Bicycle cleaning / work space
Laundry machine / dehydrator loan or laundry service
Lending of pneumatic pump and simple maintenance tool
Receipt / shipment of parcel delivery service (including bicycle)
Establishment of guidebooks such as route map for cycling
Provide breakfast for cyclists (early morning response)
Sales of puncture repair kits and tubes
Baggage storage temporarily
Temporary use of shower / bath
Lending of sandals / geta etc.
Massage / fitness facilities
Free shuttle service where you can load a bicycle
Road bike / mountain bike rental service
Sales of bicycle-related accessories (wear, caps, gloves, socks, squoches etc)
Introduction of Cycling Guide