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Hot Spring Accommodation Hakkouda Resort & Spa

Hakkouda Resort & Spa
A hot spring inn at the foot of majestic Hakkoda Mountains, one of the One Hundred Mountains of Japan.

Hakkoda Mountains and its environs are one of the world's great natural treasures. Our resort and spa is located in the center of the mountain area, in Hakkoda Kansuizawa.

After relaxing in the continually flowing, natural hot spring bath, head out to discover the 10 amazements of Kansuizawa. Our goal is to be a place where people who love nature gather. We want guests to harmonize with the natural serenity of the area and the tales of its people.

* The 10 amazements of Kansuizawa: the Kansui Old Gorge, the Kansui no Taki Waterfall, Kansuizawa Onsen at the foot of Hakkoda Mountains, the Hakkoda Mountains Thousand-Year Spring Water, the greenery of the Japanese beech forest, the autumn foliage, trees covered in an icy frost in winter, the view and sunset from Mt. Iwaki, the songs of birds, and the experience of a star-studded sky and shooting stars.

Facility Outline

Closed:Open daily throughout the year
Usage Fee:Requires a Fee
Day Tickets for Bathing Facilities:Available 12:00 - 16:00 (Reception desk: Until 15:30)
Water Types:Sodium hydrogen carbonate spring
Foreign Languages Accommodated:English
Address:Kansuizawa 1-58, Arakawa, Aomori City, Aomori Prefecture
Restaurant “Mori no kaori”
Restaurant “Mori no kaori”
Hot spring bath continually flowing from the source spring
Hot spring bath continually flowing from the source spring
Message from the Facility

Guests of the inn can also enjoy the adjacent Hakkoda Kokusai Ski Area, the beautiful nature of the four seasons, and the mild waters of the Kansuizawa Onsen at the foot of Hakkoda Mountains.

Our staff wholeheartedly hopes that you will be refreshed by your stay and fully enjoy the fresh green of spring, the blue skies of summer, the bright hues of autumn leaves, and the silver snows of winter.