Wouldn’t you like to enjoy Lead Onsen, one of the 100 best hot springs in Japan, at “Fujisan Ryokan, Villa Lead Onsen Kokoro no Kiku Jusangetsu”?
At Fujisan Ryokan and Villa Lead Onsen Kokorokiki Jusangetsu, you can enjoy lead hot spring water, selected as one of the 100 best hot springs in Japan, in a guest room with an open-air bath overlooking the Toyosawa River.
In this article, we will introduce in detail the charms, location, room features, and cuisine of Fujisan Ryokan and its villa, Kokoro no Koku Jusangetsu, located in Iwate Prefecture.
- 1 Fujisan Ryokan, Annex, Lead Onsen, Kokoro no Koku, Location of the 13th month
- 2 Fujisan Ryokan and Annex Lead Onsen, Charms of the Heart of March
- 3 Fujisan Ryokan, Annex, Lead Onsen, Kokoro no Koku, Thirteenth Moon Room
- 4 Fujisan Ryokan, Annex, Lead Onsen, Heart’s Touch, Cuisine of the 13th month
- 5 Basic information about Fujisan Ryokan and its annex, Lead Onsen, Kokoro no Kikki Jusangetsu
- 6 Summary
Fujisan Ryokan, Annex, Lead Onsen, Kokoro no Koku, Location of the 13th month
Located 20 minutes by car from the Hanamaki Minami Interchange on the Tohoku Expressway, Fujisan Ryokan and Antei Lead Onsen Kokoro no Koku Jusangetsu is a lead hot spring selected as one of the 100 best hot springs in Japan for its rooms with open-air baths overlooking the Toyosawa River.
Starting from the “Kenji Miyazawa Memorial Exit” stop, which is a 4-minute bus ride away, you can walk to four different spots.
First is the Kenji Miyazawa Memorial Museum, where you can learn about the world of Kenji Miyazawa through artifacts, videos, and slides.
Visitors will be drawn into the world of Kenji’s diverse activities, including poetry, children’s stories, education, agriculture, and science.
The “Kenji Miyazawa Ihatove Museum” has a large collection of his works of art and research papers, which can be viewed freely.
The Miyazawa Fairy Tale Village is a learning facility where visitors can enjoy playing and learning as if they were lost in a fairy tale.
Children and adults alike are sure to be enthralled by the world of fantasy.
Finally, Wildcat House Yamanekataken is a restaurant and store named after the restaurant in Kenji Miyazawa’s popular children’s story “The Restaurant of Many Orders.
In addition to a diverse menu featuring platinum pork, mellow chicken, junsai, seasonal vegetables, and other rich local ingredients, the restaurant also offers a selection of Kenji goods and other souvenirs.
Fujisan Ryokan and Annex Lead Onsen, Charms of the Heart of March
The lobby lounge of Fujisan Ryokan and Annex Lead Onsen Kokoro no Koku Jusangetsu offers a relaxing atmosphere surrounded by chic splendor.
The lounge also features a luxurious and comfortable footbath with 100% free-flowing spring water.
And in the evening, you can enjoy live piano music along with drinks, allowing you to fully enjoy a luxurious time on your trip.
Furthermore, Fujisan Ryokan boasts a history of more than 600 years as a hot spring and more than 230 years as an onsen ryokan.
Enjoy the four bathhouses in the stately, all-zelkova building.
Hakusaru no Yu is a tasteful bathhouse with a high vaulted ceiling.
The bathtub is 1.25 m deep, and the spring water gushes out naturally from the bottom of the bathtub, which was built by manually digging out the bedrock.
Enjoy to your heart’s content this historic bath named after the “white monkey” that appears in the legend of the origin of lead hot springs.
Katsura-no-yu is a refreshing indoor bath with large windows, an open-air bath overlooking the mountain stream, and another open-air bath on the riverside.
Shiraito no Yu is a bath with a view overlooking the waterfall and the Shiraito Falls, which flow into the Toyosawa River like a white thread across the rock surface.
Gin-no-yu is a small bath that can also be used as a private bath. It’s designed to be barrier-free, with fewer steps and heated floors in the changing rooms.
Fujisan Ryokan, Annex, Lead Onsen, Kokoro no Koku, Thirteenth Moon Room
At Fujisan Ryokan and its villa, Kokoro no Koku Jusangetsu, all rooms are suites with a minimum floor space of 60 square meters.
Each of the 14 rooms has a different design and is full of individuality.
While the common concept is “modern and stylish,” the layout and interior design of each room is different, offering a sense of elegance.
The beds in the large twin and large double rooms are made by Sealy and are generously sized to ensure a good night’s sleep.
The open-air baths in all the rooms are made directly from the source of the New Lead Onsen, one of the best hot springs in Japan.
The water is never heated, never watered, never circulated, and always fresh.
There is a partition between the living room, bath, and terrace, so you can enjoy the outside window fully open without letting outside air into the living room.
Please enjoy the relaxing time while listening to the murmuring of the river in the open room.
The free use of the refrigerator, free flow in the lounge, and the enjoyment of both a luxurious and retro atmosphere are also reasons for the hotel’s popularity.
The attention to detail is also appreciated, such as the separate top and bottom samue (Japanese work clothes) as well as the yukata for inside the building.
Fujisan Ryokan, Annex, Lead Onsen, Heart’s Touch, Cuisine of the 13th month
Japanese cuisine at Fujisan Ryokan and its villa, Kokoro no Kiku Jusangetsu, offers 9- and 13-course menus.
Guests can relax and enjoy seafood directly shipped daily from Sanriku, one of the world’s three major fishing ports, as well as local wild vegetables, mushrooms, and other delicacies from the mountains in a restaurant filled with high-quality relaxation and splendor.
Please enjoy the exquisite taste sensations created by the finely honed techniques using seasonal ingredients and the finest selection of produce.
The dishes are carefully prepared in terms of utensils and presentation, which enhances the conversation during the meal, and the careful explanation of each dish will also maximize the appeal of the cuisine.
Another popular feature is the drink bar, which offers more than 200 kinds of sake, shochu, and wine.
Enjoy the wonderful intoxication that only a night of travel can provide.
Breakfast is mainly nutritious and well-balanced Japanese food, such as soybean milk tofu, grilled fish, simmered dishes, and small bowls of cooked food, all of which will energize you from the morning.
And the fresh tomato juice from Aiko in Tono is to die for!
Basic information about Fujisan Ryokan and its annex, Lead Onsen, Kokoro no Kikki Jusangetsu
|Facility Name||Fujisan Ryokan|
|Address||75-1 Nakadaira, Hanamaki-shi, Iwate, Japan|
|Budget||Approx. 65,780 yen for 2 persons (tax included)|
This time we have introduced Fujisan Ryokan and Annex Lead Onsen Kokoro no Koku Jusangetsu in Iwate Prefecture.
Please spend a luxurious time on your trip in Hanamaki Onsenkyo, Iwate Prefecture, in a guest room with an open-air bath where all rooms have 100% free-flowing hot-spring water.
Please visit Fujisan Ryokan and its villa, Lead Onsen Kokoro no Koku Jusangetsu for a memorable stay with your loved ones.