Five reasons to stay at Hanaougi

Heart-warming hospitality

Hanaougi always values ryokan traditional hospitality, so that a serving staff will take care of a group of guests from arrival to departure. This type of service is becoming less common these days, however, we believe we can develop deeper bonds with our guests by doing so. We have received a number of comments from guests. "We were pleased that one serving staff looked after us throughout our stay." "I was touched that our serving staff waved at us until we were out of sight."

Natural hot springs whose rich quality is like a beauty serum

We are very proud of our hot springs. They are one of the few hot springs among the local accommodations, that hot spring facilities and its source are owned by the same owner. The spring water gushes from 1200m underground and it's a sodium hydrogen carbonate spring. If you touch your skin in the spring, you will feel a smooth silky texture. The spring is very good for your skin like a rich beauty serum. The big public baths for men and for women will be swapped in the evening and morning, so that you can enjoy two different baths during stay. At the private open air bath for your room, you will experience the same quality hot spring.

Natural hot spring

Comfortable natural timber

Entire Hanaougi 's architecture features Japanese famous timbers such as Jjindai keyaki Japanese Zelkova, Jindai sugi Japanese Cedar and Yoshino sugi Japanese Cedar. It is said that trees have a "fluctuation effect "which comfortably stimulates human senses the same as breeze and sun light. Have a quiet time and relax in the surrounds of homely timbers.


Local premium Hida beef

Our selected beef supplier brings the finest quality Hida beef to us. The local Hida beef is famous for its marbling pattern but has no extra fat, and its texture is so soft it almost melts in the mouth. The cooking method for Hida beef varies including steak, shabu-shabu and sukiyaki.


そMeals are provided in a private room

Dinner and breakfast are provided in a private room, called a Sanmachi Komichi. This room is like a separate room at a Japanese traditional restaurant. The interior of the room is carefully designed so that the guests can enjoy food with family and friends in more relaxing surrounds.