Kasho-Gyoen” is located in the Shikotsu-Toya National Park, where a primeval forest grows thickly.
The garden inherited from the previous generation, the large pond and spring, and the natural environment, a perfect pairing of the original landscape of Hokkaido and the spirit of harmony, weave together a season that can only be encountered here.
In this issue, we will introduce in detail the charm, location, room features, and cuisine of “Kasho-Gyoen,” an inn that stands dignifiedly on a vast site in Hokkaido.
Location of Jiansong Gyoen
Kasho-Gyoen is located in Jozankei Onsen, Hokkaido.
Jozankei Onsen has a walking trail that allows visitors to experience nature in all four seasons, making it a popular destination for visitors throughout the year.
Located about 50 minutes by car from central Sapporo, Jozankei is surrounded by rich valleys and deep forests, and is a popular hot spring resort known as the “backcountry” of Sapporo.
Located in the Shikotsu-Toya National Park, Jozankei Onsen offers many spots where visitors can feel close to nature, and the expansive and spectacular view of the valley and lake can be seen from various angles.
You can also visit the footbaths that dot the hot spring resort area. Footbaths are crowded with people in both hot summer and cold winter, and are popular because they are easy and can be enjoyed as soon as you think of it.
A visit during the season of autumn foliage is also exceptional. The location created by nature is truly spectacular. The valleys created by the river over a long period of time and the towering mountains that surround the hot spring resort. The mountains surrounding the hot spring resort are a spectacular sight to behold as they burn with color.
Kasho-Gyoen is located in the best location to make your sightseeing around the area comfortable.
Charms of Jiansong Garden
Kasho-Gyoen is a restaurant that spins the seasons.
The inn is located in the Shikotsu-Toya National Park with its primeval forests, a garden and a large pond that have been inherited from the previous generation, and a pair of natural features that give form to the original landscape of Hokkaido and the Japanese spirit.
The spring water at Kasho-Gyoen is a bicarbonate spring, one of the three most beautiful springs in Japan.
The soft water called “Usuibetsu Onsen” is different from the neighboring Jozankei Onsen, and is a calcium-sodium hydrogencarbonate spring. Along with sulfate and sulfur springs, it is considered one of the three most beautiful hot springs, making it a superb hot spring for women.
It has a cleansing action that removes dirt and keratin from the skin, making it soft and smooth, and you will feel your skin become smooth and smooth.
Jiashou Gyoen Room
Kasho-Gyoen offers a total of 23 Japanese suite rooms, all of which are equipped with a bath with a forest view.
The design is refined and clean, using materials such as oak, ash, and other timbers and Sapporo soft stone, which give a sense of wildness and strength, with an emphasis on Hokkaido.
The rooms are designed with a refined and clean design, using materials such as oak, tamo (Japanese ash), and Sapporo soft stone, which give the rooms a strong and rustic Hokkaido feel, while also providing a sense of refinement.
The spacious and exquisite private spaces, each with a separate living room, bedroom, and bath with a view of the forest, are recommended for those who wish to spend a luxurious time.
Cuisine at Jiashong Gyoen
At Kasho-Gyoen, you can enjoy exquisite cuisine prepared with techniques that resonate with the four seasons of Hokkaido and the season of the year.
Our Italian chef, who is well versed in local ingredients, uses the freshest and most delicious ingredients of the season to create a dish that will impress you beyond belief.
You can also taste champagnes, whites, and reds suggested by the sommelier along with the flow of the dishes.
With all this luxury, wouldn’t you like to stay at an inn in Jozankei Onsen, Hokkaido?
Basic Information of Jiansong Gyoen
|Address||857 Jozankei, Minami-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan|
|Budget||Approx. 63,000 yen for 2 persons (tax included)|
In this issue, we introduced the charms of Kasho-Gyoen, an inn that stands dignifiedly on a vast site in Hokkaido.
Kasho-Gyoen is an inn where the original landscape of Hokkaido and a pair of natural features that give form to the Japanese spirit weave together a season that can only be encountered here.
Once you stay here, you will want to stay again. If you have a chance to visit the area, please stay at the inn.