Kinzan Arima Onsen” is a pavilion where you can bask in the gentle changes of the seasons and enjoy the peace and tranquility of eternity.
Arima Onsen is a famous hot spring loved by many people as the oldest hot spring in Japan, which has a legend that it was discovered by the gods in ancient times and has been passed down from generation to generation.
In this issue, we will introduce in detail the charm, location, room features, and cuisine of the peaceful inn “Arima Onsen Kinzan” in Hyogo Prefecture.
Arima Onsen Kinzan Location
Arima Onsen Kinzan is located in Arima Onsen, Hyogo Prefecture.
Arima Onsen is known as one of the “exceptional” hot spring resorts in the Kansai region, and is a magnet for many people.
Arima Onsen is famous as one of the three oldest hot springs in Japan, and has been visited by emperors since the Asuka period (710-794), by Hideyoshi Toyotomi during the Warring States period (1467-1568), and by the upper classes in the Kansai region (especially in Kansai). The two hot springs, gold spring and silver spring, contain seven of the nine components designated by the Ministry of the Environment as therapeutic hot springs.
Therefore, the area is dotted with both long-established and luxurious inns, a wide variety of gourmet foods unique to Kobe, and many spots perfect for strolling.
Arima Onsen has long been loved by people as a familiar hot spring resort that is only an hour away from the center of Kobe City on Prefectural Route 15, or 45 minutes by train, and is also only an hour away from Kyoto and Osaka. It is also a perfect place to enjoy a little refreshment on your day off or to treat yourself.
It is also a great place to enjoy sightseeing in the surrounding area while staying at Kinzan Arima Onsen.
Kinzan is located in an ideal location for sightseeing.
Arima Onsen Kinzan Attractions
Arima Onsen Kinzan is a representative ryokan of Arima with a beautiful sukiya (tea-ceremony room) setting.
The hospitality of the ryokan is characterized by a wabi and sabi style of wabi and sabi, and by a meticulous hospitality that is in keeping with the spirit of the tea ceremony, which is a form of courtesy and respect.
The traditional gods used to bathe in the hot springs of Arima, and as you relax in the steam, your mind will be transported to the romance of a bygone era.
Both the large bathhouse Tsuzumi no Yu and the large bathhouse Hana no Yu have open-air baths, and although the men and women change in the morning and evening, you can enjoy both open-air baths to the fullest.
Arima Onsen Kinzan Room
Arima Onsen Kinzan offers 19 rooms with true tranquility and elegance, the quintessence of Japanese style.
The rooms are filled with the subtle scent of green chrysanthemum and the fragrance of fragrant wood. The spacious guestrooms are filled with a Japanese atmosphere, softly enveloping the hearts of visitors and inviting them to a time of peace and tranquility.
Each room is luxurious, spacious, and charming.
All of the rooms are comfortable and pleasant, so why not take advantage of them for a special occasion with that special someone?
Arima Onsen Kinzan Cuisine
Arima Onsen Kinzan’s cuisine is Kyoto-style creative kaiseki cuisine with appealing seasonal ingredients that add color to the dining experience.
The cuisine is prepared using only the freshest seasonal ingredients carefully selected and purchased from the best sources of the day, and cooking begins at the time of your meal.
Hot food is served hot, cold food is served cold, and you can enjoy each dish freshly prepared.
With all these luxuries, wouldn’t you like to stay at an inn in Arima Onsen?
Arima Onsen Kinzan Basic Information
|Facility Name||Arima Onsen Kiyama|
|Address||1302-4 Arima-cho, Kita-ku, Kobe-shi, Hyogo, Japan|
|Budget||Approx. 80,000 yen for 2 persons (tax included)|
In this issue, we introduced the charms of Arima Onsen Kinzan, a peaceful inn in Hyogo Prefecture.
Arima Onsen Kinzan is a cozy and comfortable inn where you will be welcomed with a meticulous hospitality that is rooted in the spirit of wabi and sabi (beauty and refinement), as well as the spirit of the tea ceremony, in which courtesy is the highest form of etiquette.
If you have a chance to visit the neighborhood, please stay there.