KAI KagaThe Traditional Japanese Hot Spring Ryokan with a New Twist
18-47 Yamashiroonsen, Kaga-shi, Ishikawa, Japan

US$ 609 ~ US$ 627

1 to 4 guests / 4 inventories
Check-in 15:00 / Check-out 12:00
  • Breakfast
  • Dinner
  • Projector or TV
  • Tub (ex. Jacuzzi, Hinoki)
Discover the Traditional Culture of Yamashiro Hot Springs and Kaga Located in Icasia Prefecture
Hoshino Resort Kai Kaga is about three hours by rail from Tokyo, and is located in Ishikawa Prefecture in central Japan. Yamashiro Hot Springs is a ryokan located 30 minutes by metro from Kanazawa. While vacationing in Kai Kaga, you may immerse yourself in Kaga culture, with rooms featuring authentic Kaga architecture, traditional crafts, and a banquet with Kutaniyaki porcelain.

There are 48 rooms in total, divided into four categories. Each room is furnished with a low bed and a sofa in a modern Japanese design. Additionally, you can learn about four different styles of Kaga Mizuhiki packing, Kaga Yuzen dyeing, Kutaniyaki pottery, and Yamanaka lacquerware. You can have a relaxing time feeling the tradition of Kaga with your whole body in a venue furnished with different patterns for each area.

Yukata and Furoshiki, a traditional Japanese textile, are available at Hoshino Resort Kai Kaga. By utilizing it instead of a handbag, you would be able to immerse yourself in Japanese culture. Furthermore, Kai Kaga carries on Rosanjin's culinary concept by serving Kaiseki dishes that highlight the actual flavour of the ingredients. Yamashiro Hot Springs were found by a Buddhist high priest on his way to practise some 1,300 years ago. Due to its weak alkaline moist and smooth hot spring water, it is also known as the Beauty Hot Spring. Hot spring baths that wash away the tiredness of the day can be enjoyed by looking at the unique customs of the Hokuriku region and the Yuki-ri snow support built in pine trees, especially in the winter.

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