Private Onsen in the Guest Room

Each room features a bath that uses 100% freshly sourced hot spring water.
The “Ui no Okuyama” and “Rashuu” annexes feature both an open-air onsen and an indoor onsen, and the newly built Building 3 features an onsen bath.

An open-air bath with the table

(Room "Ui no Okuyama")

“Ui no Okuyama”, an open-air bath in a special detached room.
A table is installed in the middle of the bathtub, providing for superior convenience that allows guests to read, or drink something as they bathe.
Light is shined to top of the table at night, giving the whole scene a stylish feel.
The onsen is a “alkaline pure sulfur spring” where skin beautification effects can be anticipated.

An open-air bath with the table

(Room "Rashuu")

“Rashuu”, an open-air bath in a special detached room.
A table is installed in the middle of the bathtub, providing for superior convenience that allows guests to read, or drink something as they bathe.
Light is shined to top of the table at night, giving the whole scene a stylish feel.
The onsen is a “alkaline pure sulfur spring” where skin beautification effects can be anticipated.

Three kind of Cobblestones are unique

(Room "Ui no Okuyama")

This bath uses 100% freshly sourced hot spring water.
A cute and round bath was designed with countless amounts of cobblestones that were colored to three colors.

Brick-style tiles

(Room "Rashuu")

The indoor bath ”Rashuu”, in a special detached room.
A bathtub made from cute brick-style tiles.
100% freshly sourced hot spring water is used, of course.

Standing onsen bath

(Room "Ashi-no-Ho")

A rock bathtub, with cypress-accented edges.
With a depth of 120 cm at one part, you can enjoy taking a standing bath.
Standing baths are good for overall circulation, and are said to be effective against hip and knee pain.
Trees are laid on the sides for security.

Carved out rock bath

(Room "Mizu-Aoi" and "Hanabishi")

This bathtub was carved from a rock originally sent from Indonesia, and has been fashioned a beautiful oval shape.
The bathtub has a deep bottom, and we recommend that you put your put your feet up and enjoy yourself as you bathe.
You can enjoy 100% hot spring water.

Caution

The fundamental concept regarding the Ryokan Guest Charge System is based on a per person charge with two meals (dinner + breakfast) within the capacity of 2~4 guests in a room.

By Plane

By Train

JAPAN RAIL PASS

A special discount ticket offered by JR railways, geared towards individual foreign tourists.
Ride as many bullet and express trains as you'd like (Nozomi and Mizuho trains excluded) within the given time period!

In the case of car(Access time)

15 minutes by car from Kyushu Automobile Kikusui Interchange and Nankan Interchange, and 20 minutes by car from Ueki Interchange.

Accommodation facilities & more details

Internet access Yes
Internet connection charges No
Pets Allowed No
Onsen hot springs on accommodation Yes

Charges

Service & tax
Service charge included
Consumption tax included
SPA tax(150yen) NOT included
※ New Year, Obon ,seasonal periods such as the GW may be subjected to a different price.
Most common charge style Room with breakfast included (per person)
Room with evening meal and breakfast included (per person)
Child Not acceptable
Cancellation ※Cancellation fee
7 day prior: 40% of the room rate
2 day prior: 50% of the room rate
1 day prior: 70% of the room rate
Accomodation day: 100%
Payment Cash,

Contact

Name of accommodation HOTARU NO NAGAYA
Area HIRAYAMA(KUMAMOTO)
Address 5206-7,Hirayama,Ymagashi-city,Kumamoto prefecture