In the building



The traditional farmhouse building gives off the feel of a mountain hamlet.
The only giveaways that this is a hot spring are the suspended paper lanterns reading “Society to Protect Japan's Secluded Hot Springs”.



There is a furnace in front of the reception desk.
Complete the check-in procedures here as you take in the warmth and enjoy a cup of tea.

Covered walkways connect the buildings on the property


Corridor that connects within a large site.
Feel the breeze as you walk around.
The walkways are covered, so even in rain you can move around at ease.

Internet access


Wireless internet is available.
Internet access is free of charge.

Japanese Hospitality - OMOTENASHI -

Tatami room

A tatami is a mat used to cover the floor in a Japanese room.
It’s made of bundled straw and covered with tightly woven rushes called igusa.
Japanese sit down and lie directly on the tatami taking off their shoes here.

Japanese leather-soled sandals


When moving between facilities in the hotel, please use “Setta”(Japanese leather-soled sandals).

Toilet with shower


The Japanese have been using toilets with shower for over 30 years.
These toilets allow you to wash yourself with water of a comfortable temperature, and to dry yourself with breezy air.
These toilets are also equipped with heated seats and bidet.



You will find a yukata in the guest room.
Yukata is a kimono-style sleepwear.
You can also wear this to the public bath or to the public eating area.



At night, you sleep in futon on the tatami floor except certain guest rooms.
The staff will spread out the futon on the tatami floor while you’re having dinner at the restaurant.

Japanese tea and snacks to go with tea


We'll serve you with Japanese green tea as a welcome drink upon your arrival.
Please also enjoy delicious Japanese confectionery together.

Automatic vending machine


A machine that gives out drinks you desired when coins or notes are inserted.


Our standard policy is a per-person charge which entitles each guest to one dinner and one breakfast for each night of stay, with a limit of 2 to 6 people per room.




If you come by car during winter season from December to March, you will need snow tires

Many people think that Kyushu is warm and does not snow.
Many people mistakenly believe that Kyushu is warm enough not to have snow in the winter, but the truth is that between December and March, you need to be prepared for snow.



A special discount ticket offered by JR railways, geared towards individual foreign tourists. Ride as many bullet and express trains as you'd like (Nozomi and Mizuho trains excluded) within the given time period!

Accommodation facilities & more details

Internet access Yes(Wi-Fi)
Internet connection charges No(Free)
Pets Allowed No
Onsen hot springs on accommodation Yes


Service & tax
Service charge included
Consumption tax NOT included
SPA tax(150yen) NOT included
※ New Year, Obon ,seasonal periods such as the GW may be subjected to a different price.
Most common charge style Room with Dinner and Breakfast included (per person)
Cancellation Cash
Payment ※Cancellation fee
7-5 day prior : 10% of the room rate
4-2 day prior : 30% of the room rate
1 day prior :50 % of the room rate
Accomodation day : 100%


Name of accommodation Kiyasuya
Area Sugiyu Onsen(Oita)
Address 527 Sujiyu Onsen, Kokonoe-machi, Kusu-gun, Oita 879-4912,JAPAN