Centrally located in the hot spring town, perfect for touring the public hot springs. Great place to taste the locally brewed beer.


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[Seasonal kaiseki meal] With Japanese-style steak of "Tajima beef"

Dinner and breakfast included

Check-in: 15:00 ~
Check-out: ~ 10:00

Newly remodeled in July 2007. Have a drink at our newly installed bar in your yukata (cotton kimono, traditional Japanese dress supplied by the inn) for the ultimate experience. The weeping willows that line the Otani River allows guests to Kinosaki to fully experience the feel of a traditional Japanese town. You can enjoy this site and more as you tour around the town and try one or all seven of the open-air public hot spring baths. While here, also enjoy trying our 4 different types of locally brewed beers. They go perfect with dinner or as a refreshing drink after the hot springs.

At the bar, you can enjoy 4 types of freshly brewed local beer. All 100% malt, luxurious draft beer without heat treatment.

This plan includes dinner and breakfast.
The seasonal kaiseki meal comes with a Japanese-style steak made from "Tajima beef," which is said to be the best of Japanese black beef.
In addition, the seafood used is fresh from nearby ports.
This plan is recommended for those who want to enjoy both fish and meat.

[Dinner menu]
・Boiled crab
・Assorted sashimi
・Savory egg custard
・Seasonal small pot
・Shrimp and vegetable tempura
・Tajima beef Japanese style steak
・Cooked rice
・ Pickles

*Course contents are subject to change.

We offer a Japanese breakfast that is good for your body, such as red rice porridge and the popular “handmade yuba”.

★ Get a free pass to visit 7 hot springs
From check-in to 15:30 the next day, you can enjoy the "outdoor bathhouse tour" as many times as you like.

・There is a large hot spring bath (separate for men and women, with an open-air bath).
·Free parking available.
・From April to October, there is a colored yukata rental (with dressing service). *Paid (1,100 yen)

  • An example of Japanese-style Kaiseki dinner.
    We use local ingridients caught in Tajima area.
    Please enjoy your dinner.

  • This is our tea-ceremony room. Please feel Japanese culture here.

  • Yamamotoya is in a convenient location at the center of Kinosaki Onsen, allowing you to visit all of the seven bathhouses on foot.

  • Why don't you do public bathhouse touring wearing a comfortable yukata? Yukata is a light Japanese robe. You can choose one you like from 100 varieties of yukatas. Don't worry about how to wear a yukata. A "nakai-san" serving lady will show you how to put in on. The rental fee is 1100 yen. (from April to October)

Additional fee notice
Check-in is 3:00pm and Check-out is 10:00am.
Dinner is normally served promptly at 6:00pm. Please be careful to be back to your room at this time.
About service fees and taxes
Service fees and consumption taxes.

Toyooka City
Bathing Tax/Bathing Fees

This is a tax levied on bathing guests. It is a special purpose tax to cover the expenses required for tourism promotion, as well as the protection and management facilities for mineral spring sources and firefighting facilities. The mineral spring bathhouse owner becomes responsible for the special collection and collects it from the bathing guests.

Since April 1, 2023 (per person)
Bathing tax
L All wards: Adults 150 yen; Children are tax exempt.
Bathing fee
Yushima Ward: Adults 280 yen; Children 140 yen.
↓ Out of the ward: Adult 300 yen; Child 150 yen.
Cancellation Policy
The cancellation fee is as follows.
Unauthorized cancellation : All nights 100% of all night accommodation charge
Cancellation after 0:00 on the day : 80% of all night accommodation charge
Cancellation after 0:00 on the day before : 50% of all night accommodation charge
Cancellation 3 days before 0:00 : 30% of all night accommodation charge

Internet cancellation
Cancellations are taken 0:00 4 days

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