This large scale hotel is located in the city center of Hida Takayama and features 7 restaurants.
The hotel is equipped with a spacious large communal hot spring bath, 2 open-air baths, and the Hida Bussankan, a souvenir shop modeled after the Takayama Festival.
It is just 8 minutes on foot from JR Takayama Station and the Nohi Bus Center, and as there is a free shuttle bus running, it is also convenient as a base for sightseeing at Shirakawago.
Guests can use the free shuttle bus, free parking lot, free Wi-Fi equipped in all guestrooms, and rental bicycles (charges apply).
The hotel is equipped Western-style rooms, Japanese-style rooms, Japanese/Western-style rooms, and guestrooms that feature open-air baths.
All guestrooms are equipped with a bathtub, shower, washlet toilet, and air-conditioning.
Guests are free to use the guestroom towels and yukata.
There is also a great line-up of amenities including soap, shampoo, toothbrushes, and more.
There are also non-smoking rooms.
For dinner, guests can select from 5 kinds of meals: Japanese cuisine, Western cuisine, Chinese cuisine, a buffet, and regional cuisine.
The large communal baths feature spacious, glass-sided bathrooms as well as open-air garden baths that come in the 2 varieties of cypress and stone.
In the rest space for the large communal baths, there is a massage corner (charges apply) where guests can relax.
Hida Bussankan - Takayama’s greatest souvenir shop - not only sells souvenirs, but also features experiences for making your own sarubobo (a faceless, human-shaped doll) or frying up some senbei crackers.
The hotel features Lounge Kinoka, which looks out on a circuit style Japanese garden that harmonizes a world of elegance with the nature of Hida, as well as the Sky Bar which features a view of Takayama.
It is just 50 minutes by bus to World Heritage Site Shirakawago; just a 15-minute walk to Takayama’s historic Sanmachi-dori and Takayama Jinya; just a 25-minute walk to the Higashiyama Walking Course that goes around the cultural properties of Takayama; and just a 25-minute walk to Hida no Sato, an outdoor museum that has reconstructed the thatched-roof housing of Shirakawago.