Hijiori Onsen is known as the place to go for those who want relief from bone fractures and injuries. Be welcomed by the warm hospitality of the staff and take a refreshing soak in this inn's hot springs.
Legend holds that this inn's hot spring was discovered by Yoshitsune and Benkei (a distinguished samurai warrior during the twelfth century and his loyal monk retainer). Located at the edge of the Oguni River, the inn welcomes guests with cuisine prepared with locally produced ingredients.
This inn consists of a three-storied wooden building with an interior beautifully crafted with stained glass, fine bamboo screens, and handmade Echizen-style Japanese paper. Take in the beauty of this harmony to enjoy the passage of time and a relaxing feeling.
This riverfront ryokan is set in a tranquil area just 2 minutes on foot from the onsen village. Guests can enjoy a great view of the surrounding area from the cloudy crimson baths. Guests also really enjoy the hotel's traditional Japanese meals served fireside, where one can sit around a fire and enjoy dishes made from Yonezawa beef and local ingredients.