"The environment and facilities are great! The Japanese-style room is open-air and the room has a separate bedroom. There is a separate balcony with private soup. The area is large enough and very comfortable! The meals are very particular, the variety is great, and the taste is very good! Breakfast and dinner are carried out in the private room, and the privacy is not good! In the evening, the hotel also offers supper, homemade drinks are delicious! The private soup downstairs is also very good, as well as the sauna, the equipment is perfect! The best is the hotel garden, if it is autumn, it should be more beautiful! The only minus point is that there is a trick for drunk ghosts in the middle of the night. When you call the hotel front desk, no one answers, and you are disturbed several times by strangers, affecting sleep!"
"This is a very good Japanese-style hot spring hotel. You arrive early. After storing your luggage, she will ask you what time you will come back for dinner. Dinner will start at 7 pm. After you return at night, the housekeeper will greet you. Take off your shoes and release your feet. After taking to the lobby to sit down, I will ask you what you need to drink. Give him the passport to the front desk to help him. During the whole process, my husband and I sat at the floor-to-ceiling window to watch the snow and drink tea. I will introduce the rooms one by one, and also kneel to introduce the hotel content and register for breakfast time. In the evening, Kaiseki meals are eaten in the room, and breakfast is eaten in the public restaurant. It is a very comfortable trip. I love it here."
"Very good hotel, first-class environment, great food, big garden deep in a small building, there are only a dozen rooms, the boss is not bad at a glance. Take off your shoes when you enter the hotel. You can wear the kimono provided in the room for activities in the hotel. Special reminder does not match the information displayed by Ctrip: UnionPay can be used for payment at the front desk. There are shuttle buses to jr station and Otaru Canal every day. When you come back, you can take the Asarigawa Onsen line at the Otaru Chuo Bus Station to return to the hotel entrance."