Ryokans with Hot Springss with Hot Spring Baths -KOBE-
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[Arima Hot Springs]
Enjoy the beautiful view of each season from the outdoor bath with wonderful hot water. GEKKOEN KOROKAN has three other baths for private use. They symbolize Cave, Hinoki cypress, and Sandstone and each bath has unique appeal.
Going through the corridor from the entrance to the guest rooms, you will be greeted with a great mountain view and the relaxing sound of a nearby stream. The building was built in the Japanese sukiya style.
Hyoe Koyokaku is one of the most prestigious and traditional Japanese inns of Arima Onsen (hot springs), one of the three oldest hot springs resorts in Japan. Three of our public baths are among the largest that Arima Onsen has to offer: the authentic Japanese-style bath “Ichi no yu”, a Roman style bath, “Ni no yu” and the old fashioned “San no yu”. We invite you to experience Hyoe Koyokaku’s historic ambience as you enjoy our various hot springs.
Surrounded by the mountains, you’ll find beautiful nature just outside our doorstep. Enjoy our delicious seasonal dishes in a relaxing atmosphere.
GINSUISO BEKKAN CHORAKU
We’re located on the hill overlooking the famous Arima Hot Springs, surrounded by the beautiful Rokko Mountains. Our Japanese-style inn offers great food as well as hot springs drawn from Kinsen (Gold Hot Spring) and Ginsen (Silver Hot Spring). We have both the grand bath and the outdoor bath, and because of the surrounding environment, guests can enjoy its beauty every season.
Join the mochitsuki (rice-cake making) performance held every morning and the jyugoya (full moon cerebration) held monthly on the night of the 15th. The name of TAKETORITEI comes from the popular Japanese folklore “Taketori-monogatari.” We rent out fashionable yukata for women as part of our service.
ARIMA GRAND HOTEL
The Arima Grand Hotel is popular for its huge bathroom with various types of hot spring. Baths are located on the 9th floor.
The dinner menu changes monthly. Children under 12 years old are not allowed to stay at NAKANOBO ZUIEN.
OKUNOBO serves genuine kaiseki-ryori in the Kyoto-style. The baths include a large Jacuzzi.
They provide a friendly atmosphere and are popular with foreign guests. Check out more details on their web site.
GOSHOBO has been operating for over eight centuries and is a pleasant old-fashioned ryokan. Famous authors Junichiro Tanizaki and Eiji Yoshikawa were very fond of the ryokan. Taste dishes made from fresh, natural ingredients.
The smallest hotel in the region. The restaurant serves dishes with fresh food.
Kosenkaku is built on spacious, serene grounds that afford its visitors fantastic views of the surrounding scenery. This traditional inn or Ryokan provides a quintessentially Japanese-style service. Visitors can enjoy handmade Kaiseki cuisine in addition to the luxurious hot spring, Kinsen.
ARIMA GYOEN serves breakfast and dinner right to your room. It is near Arima-Onsen station on the Shintetsu Line.
TAKAYAMASO HANANO is located on a peaceful hill. Children under 12 years old are not allowed to stay.
MIYUKISO HANAMUSUBI is a barrier-free hotel. Walking side-bars are equipped in the public bathroom and toilets. Wooden wheelchairs are available upon request.
HASHINOYA Inn Annex
Our Japanese-style wooden-built inn is located along the Taki River, in a very peaceful and relaxing environment. Situated away from bustle of the city, come and explain the natural beauty of the season. We put our heat into every dish we serve, and we make sure that every visitor can feel at home.
ARIMA VIEW HOTEL
The source of the hot spring is located in the ARIMA VIEW HOTEL. Guests can enjoy top-quality natural hot spring water in their own baths. A wide variety of seafood and vegetables are served for dinner.
ARIMA ROYAL HOTEL
The Arima Royal Hotel is near famous shrines and temples and convenient for sightseeing and strolling around the town of Arima.
KADONOBO is located right in the center of the city and is close to Onsen temple and the Tsutsumiga-taki fall. It serves seasonal Kaiseki course.