Yusen Shidate

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All rooms are attached with an open-air-bath, for which water flowing directly from the hot spring source, and beautiful nature view of all four seasons can be seen from the attached balcony. Large communal bath and footbath are also available for guests' choice. Yusen Shidate is a perfect base for sightseeing Iwate which consists Hiraizumi, a World Heritage Site.

Basic Informatin

Yusen Shidate

Address:11-2, Aza Shidotaira, Yuguchi, Hanamaki-shi, Iwate, 025-0244, Japan
Tel:+81-198-25-3939
Fax:+81-198-25-2252
Check-In 15:00 Check-Out 11:30

Average Price

JPY28,200 ~ JPY42,900(twin per person)

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Yusen Shidate

Address:11-2, Aza Shidotaira, Yuguchi, Hanamaki-shi, Iwate, 025-0244, Japan
Access:
From JR Shin-Hanamaki Station; 30 mins by taxi.
From JR Hanamaki Station; 15 mins by taxi or 22 mins by bus.
Free Shuttle Buses, runs at the scheduled time are available from JR Shin-Hanamaki Station or Hanamaki Station.

Spa

  • Natural Hot-springs
    -Open-air hot-spring baths with views of a Teien-style Japanese garden-
    A long time ago, in around 1624, people began to make frequent use of the hot-springs in this area. These hot springs quickly gained a good reputation and a popular hot-spring resort was built that attracted visitors from far away. The hot water here contains a variety of minerals that help to warm your body and keep you feeling relaxed even after getting out of the bath. Along with an open-air hot-spring bath that is separated into sections for men and women and has a view of our traditional Japanese garden in the Teien-style, every room has a natural hot-spring bath.

Rooms

  • An open-air hot-spring bath all to yourself in your room.
    The hotel offers an open-air hot-spring bath in each room because we would like you to fully enjoy the Japanese hot-spring experience. Unlike a communal bath, it is a place solely for you. From your private bath, you can not only see the river, the woods, the sky and the clouds, but also hear the wind and the birds singing.

Cuisine

  • Cuisine
    Each of Japan's four distinct seasons produces a range of different vegetables and fish. Accordingly, we change our menu season by season, always offering something delicious and typically Japanese from Iwate Prefecture. We ask that you eat in our dining room, rather than in your own room, but you can enjoy a meal without being self-conscious as each table is its own private compartment.

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