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温泉

The panoramic view of Lake Togo spreads away in front of you.
The feeling of oneness with the lake and the sense of freedom is exceptional.

HOT SPRINGS

OriginalKosuke-yuFree-flowing hot spring spa

A free-flowing natural hot spring which was named after the founder, Kosuke.

Bath opening hours
5:30 to 22:00* The men's and ladies' baths switch daily
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  • Yuhitei
Find solace in the free-flowing hot spring bath that appears to merge seamlessly with the lake.Warm and inviting little lights can be seen through the misty sunset.

Kosuke of Kami-Asozu, who was casting a net to catch fish on Lake Togo on April 10, 1866, discovered a hot spring gushing up from within the lake.
Kosuke thought a lot about how to use this water. In the end, he drove pine piles around where the hot water gushed out, made a stall by placing two tent boats in parallel, made a hot spring bath by pumping the hot water into the boats using a bamboo cylinder and named it "Kosuke-yu".
The original Kosuke-yu is now located in the small hut located on the lakeside to the east side of the inn, and is currently used as a spring source for private businesses.
In addition, Kosuke was the first owner of Sennentei (Nisshinkan).

Sennen no YuFree-flowing hot spring spa

A free-flowing natural hot spring which was named after the founder, Kosuke.

Bath opening hours
5:30 to 22:00* The men's and ladies' baths switch daily
  • Sennen no Yu
  • Sennen no Yu
  • Sennen no Yu
  • Sennen no Yu

Large bath with a panoramic viewFree-flowing hot spring spa

Soak in the abundance of hot water and enjoy the views of Lake Togo.

Bath opening hours
5:30 to 24:00 * The men's and ladies' baths switch daily
Senryo no Yu
  • Senryo no Yu
  • Senryo no Yu
  • Senryo no Yu
Manryo no Yu
  • Manryo no Yu
  • Manryo no Yu
  • Manryo no Yu

PrivateOpen-air bath on the lakeFree-flowing hot spring spa

Experience a sense of freedom in the private open-air bath on the lake

Reservation required
45 minutes / 1,620 yen per group
Cypress bath ​Kinrin
Cypress bath ​Kinrin
Ceramic bath​Ginrin
Ceramic bath​Ginrin

Magnificent viewsPrivate stone sauna

A private stone sauna with a footbath where you can relax and experience a sense of freedom overlooking the lake.

Reservation required
45 minutes / 1,620 yen per group
Private stone saunaAsian
Private stone sauna Asian
Customer review
"Unlike large stone saunas for multiple bathers, this one is only for two, so we had an enjoyable time chatting without being concerned about others." The sauna is especially popular among lady guests.

Hawai OnsenSpring quality and beneficial effects

Spring quality
Sodium-chloride spring
beneficial effects
Neuralgia, muscle pain, arthralgia, frozen shoulders, motor paralysis, stiff joints, bruises, sprains, chronic digestive disorder, hemorrhoids, sensitivity to cold, recovery from illness, recovery from fatigue, improvement of overall health, cuts, burns, chronic skin disease, children with weak constitution, chronic gynecological disorders, arteriosclerosis

CUISINE

Smack your lips over dishes prepared with seasonal delicacies delicacies from mountain and sea

Experience our signature dishes prepared with passion by our highly professional chef who is very particular about using fresh local ingredients.

Blessings from the sea mellowed by the rough waves of the Japan Sea, and Local ingredients, seasonal delights

Snow crab

Snow crab

Male Chionoecetes landed on the Japan Sea side of Sanin are called snow crabs. The crabs are delicious no matter how they are cooked, whether raw, boiled, grilled, or simmered.

Period
Early November to the following March
Recommended dishes
Sashimi, boiled crab, grilled crab, crab sukiyaki
Swordtip squid

Swordtip squid

The best season for swordtip squid in Tottori is summer.
To best enjoy the sweetness and texture of the beautiful transparent swordtip squid, we recommended having them as sashimi.

Period
June to September
Tottori Beef Oleic Acid 55

Tottori Beef Oleic Acid 55

What is Tottori Beef Oleic Acid 55?
As a wagyu breeding region, Tottori has been successful in keeping good breeds of cattle. With a focus on mellowness and quality fat, beef must clear the criteria of containing more than 55% of oleic acid in its body fat to qualify for this new brand.
Tottori beef accounts for 0.7% of the total shipped nationally, and of this,15% are certified. This means that only about 350 of these very rare certified beef cattle are sold annually.
Relish the mellow and soft flavor of Tottori Beef Oleic Acid 55 that melts in your mouth.

20th Century Pears

20th Century Pears

One of the autumn specialties of Tottori, with beautiful greenish yellow colored skin. When you take a bite, the sweetness of fresh juice fills your mouth.

Period
Late August to late September
Tottori Watermelon

Tottori Watermelon

Watermelons produced in Tottori Prefecture are cultivated mainly in the central part of the prefecture in places such as Hokuei-cho. The watermelons have high sugar content and are popular as an early summer delight.

Period
July to August

Watching the morning sun shining on the lakeA Sanin-style breakfast

breakfast

Breakfast is served at the Pastel Lounge Hana overlooking the lake. It includes Japanese style dishes on a tray plus a selection of buffet dishes using an abundance of local ingredients. Seafood landed at the local port and dried overnight; simmered dishes with gentle flavors; a tasteful Tottori specialty "yam kamaboko"; a must-have dish with a bowl of rice; "marinated whole sea bream", and many other popular Western dishes: Just some of what is on offer.

* The menu is subject to change depending on the season and availability of the ingredients.

breakfast breakfast
breakfast

The Japanese-style rolled omelets cooked right in front of you are hugely popular!
Enjoy freshly prepared hot dishes at the live cooking station.

GUEST ROOMS

Rooms in different tastes,and a panoramic view of Lake Togo.
Spend a relaxing holiday in a roomfilled with a nostalgic Japanese atmosphere.

Yuhitei

  • Yuhitei

    16.5 m2 + 9.9 m2 Lake view En-suite with bath and toilet

  • Yuhitei

    16.5 m2 + one semi-double bed Lake view En-suite with bath and toilet

  • Yuhitei

    27.3 m2 + 7.45 m2 Lake view En-suite with bath and toilet

  • Yuhitei

    16.5 m2 Lake view En-suite with bath and toilet

Yuhitei Room layout lake views
  • Total 30 rooms
  • View from the room:lake views

Japanese-style rooms with good panoramic views of Lake Togo, located between the third and fifth floors. All rooms are en-suite with baths (not hot spring water), and there are some interconnecting rooms where two families can stay.
They are recommended for group guests and families.

Suikintei

  • Suikintei

    22.8 m2 Lake view With toilet

  • Suikintei

    27.3 m2 Courtyard view With toilet

  • Suikintei

    12.5畳 Lake view With toilet

  • Suikintei

    32.8 m2 + counter spaceLake view With toilet

Suikintei Room layout Suikintei
  • Total 16 rooms
  • View from the room:lake views
    (Six rooms within the above have courtyard views and do not have lake views)

Japanese-style rooms located on the lower floors (first and second floors), which have the closest view of the entire lake from their large windows. They are recommended for couples.
The courtyard-facing rooms are of ample size, but because they do not have lake views, they are the most affordable room types.

Shinshutei

Shinshutei
16.5 m2 + 4.6m2 Lake view With toilet
Shinshutei
16.5 m2 + 9.9 m2 Lake view With toilet
Shinshutei Room layout Shinshutei
  • Total 5 rooms
  • View from the room:lake views

Japanese-style rooms located on the lower floors (first and second floors), which used to be used as VIP rooms and have a relaxing atmosphere.

Kosuian

Kosuian
16.5 m2 + 9.9 m2 Lake view With toilet
Kosuian
12.4 m2 Lake view With toilet
Kosuian Room layout Kosuian
  • Total 5 rooms
  • View from the room:lake views

Japanese-style rooms located on the lower floors (first and second floors), which used to be used as VIP rooms and have a relaxing atmosphere.

Room facilities and amenities

Toilet, air purifier with plasmacluster, TV, telephone, tea set, refrigerator (empty), safe, hair dryer, yukatas, bath towels, towels, toothbrushes, hair brush, shower cup, razer, body soap, all-in-one shampoo