Our hot spring resort hotel is only a 20-minute train ride away from Kyoto.
At a location overlooking Lake Biwa, the largest lake in Japan,
our guests can enjoy traditional Japanese culture
and hospitality, with open-air hot springs, Japanese dining,
and Japanese-style rooms featuring kimonos and tatami floors.
The lake that stretches out fronting the façade of our hotel is Lake Biwa, the largest lake in Japan by area and volume.
This is the most famous lake in Japan and is as well-known as Mount Fuji, the highest mountain in Japan.
This is a hot spring resort ideal for sightseeing in Kyoto.
After taking in Kyoto’s sightseeing highlights such as Kiyomizudera Temple, Gion, and the Maiko (apprentice Geisha), it takes only 20 minutes for guests to arrive at our hot spring resort from Kyoto JR station.
Rooms with private open-air spa baths allow guests to enjoy hot spring bathing with a splendid view of Lake Biwa, the largest lake in Japan.
Guests at our hotel can enjoy bathing in two public spa areas: a large bath and outdoor bathing area overlooking Lake Biwa and a spa with a view of a Japanese garden.
The essence of Japanese cuisinelies inenjoying the tastes of the seasons.
Relax in your room and enjoy the finest “Washoku” cuisine with sashimi and tempura and a host of other delicious tastes.
In your traditional Japanese room overlooking the garden, change into a relaxing yukata robe and rest in the futon bedding.
The hotel is conveniently located as a hub for sightseeing.
50 minutes by train
Kiyomizudera Temple, Gion,
and Yasaka Shrine are
the very essence of Kyoto.
65 minutes by train
This glittering gold temple is
renowned all over the world.
45 minutes by train
This is a popular sightseeing spot,
with numerous torii gates
creating a splendid atmosphere.
55 minutes by train
This masterwork has a total
of 1,000 Senju Kannon statues.
80 minutes by train
This hill overlooks central
Kyoto and is a popular spot
for watching wild Japanese monkeys.
Lake Biwa is Japan’s largest lake as measured by area and volume.
Sightseers can enjoy views of the lake from both the shore and touring boats.
This head temple of the Tendai sect is registered as a World Cultural Heritage Site.
It is also known as the “mother of Japanese Buddhism.”