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- Yamaguchi (Ube・Hagi・Yuda・Yumoto・Shimonoseki)
- Yamaguchi > Hagi
- Hagi Onsen
Hagi was the center stage of the Meiji Restoration. The town shows shadows of its origins as a Edo-era castle town that was populated by restoration zealots. The old-world feel of Hagi transports visitors to ancient Japan. Hagihonjin is located in east Hagi, where numerous historical landmarks are located within walking distance - Shokasonjuku, an academy that educated patriots of the Meiji Restoration; Hirobumi Ito's villa; and Shinsaku Takasugi's former residence, are some of the destinations in the area. We encourage visitors to immerse themselves in the history and culture of Hagi. The Japanese rooms were inspired by the tranquility of Hagi. The special guest room with an outdoor bath unit has a panoramic view that overlooks the entire city of Hagi. Enjoy a restful stay at Hagihonjin. Hagihonjin's onsen pulls water from a hot spring located 2,000 meters below ground. There are 14 different types of baths for guests to try, including the "Autumn Leaves Bath" and the "Tsubaki Bath". The water, which sprang 20,000 years ago, contains high amounts of sodium, chlorine, and calcium, which provide health and beauty benefits, such as alleviation of nerve and joint pain. Guests have a 360 degree view of the Hagi townscape and Sea of Japan from the Okuhagi Observatory, which also doubles as a foot bath. The magnificent views combined with a foot bath will surely make for a memorable experience. The meals at Hagihonjin utilize various ingredients sourced from Hagi and neighboring regions. Starting with the puffer fish, which is a Yamaguchi prefecture specialty, the meals harness local produce like Kenrangyu-branded beef, a Hagi specialty, and seafood from the Sea of Japan. The meals showcase the bountiful natural resources of this area. Hagi is a beautiful union of a historic town and the Sea of Japan. Explore Hagi and the surrounding areas from Hagihonjin.
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385-8 Chinto, Hagi-shi, Yamaguchi Prefecture [View map]
check-in / check-out time
15:30 / 10:00
CI/CO time may be different depending on plan.
Number of guest rooms
◆Hagi is a historic town overlooking the Sea of Japan. The restaurant harnesses local seafood like aji, squid, and puffer fish. The surrounding area is also home to the Kenrangyu-brand cattle, a cross-breed borne from the local Mishimaushi-breed, and summer mikan that complements Japanese cuisine. Be sure to sample the seasonal offerings. ◆Breakfast is buffet style, featuring various local cuisines / ingredients and Hagihonjin's original dishes. We recommend fueling up for the day at the breakfast buffet.Read moreClose
Hagihonjin is located by a deep valley named Momijidani. The Yunomaru bath complex, which boasts numerous bath tubs, overlooks the aforementioned valley. The onsen draws 200 liters of water per minute from a hot spring located 2,000 meters below ground. The hot spring is said to have accumulated water over a period of 20,000 years or since the Ice Age. The ancient water contains high ion concentrations of sodium, chlorine, and calcium, which provide various health benefits like alleviating nerve and joint pain and smoothing the skin.Read moreClose
Other facility information
Take the SL Shuttle Bus to the Okuhagi Observatory Hagihonjin is located on the slopes of Mount Azuma at a altitude of 172 meters. We recommend riding the SL Shuttle Bus, which gives riders a panoramic view of Hagi, up to the Okuhagi Observatory. From the Okuhagi Observatory, visitors have expansive views of islands in the Sea of Japan and the famed castle town that produced many patriots of the Meiji Restoration, including Shoin Yoshida, Shinsaku Takasugi, Hirobumi Ito, and Kogoro Katsura. Furthermore, there is a foot bath at the Okuhagi Observatory and visitors can relax and watch the sun set over the city of Hagi.Read moreClose
Regarding the shuttle bus Please contact us when you arrive at Higashi Hagi Station or the Hagi / Meirin Center. * We will come pick you up in 5 to 15 minutes. (pick up times are limited to 15:00 - 19:00) Bus route the following morning: Hagi / Meirin Center via Higashi Hagi Station Departure times: 8:00／8:30／9:00／9:30／10:00Read moreClose
・An additional fee of 150 yen is required for the bath.Read moreClose
- Bath tax
- Children allowed
- Room service
- Transportation service
- Parking area
- Hot spring
- Fresh hot spring
- Room with outdoor spa
- Public spa
- Private spa
- Indoor pool
- Outdoor pool
- Esthe/Spa facility
- Fitness facility
- Barrier free
- 5 min walk from station
- Pets allowed
- Breakfast in room
- Dinner in room
- Open air bath
- Night view
- Ocean view
The accommodation features are general descriptions of the facility. The amenities and breadth of service will differ between each accommodation. For details, please confirm directly with the accommodation.
Access by public transportation.
■Travelers using the shinkansen: disembark at JR Shin-Yamaguchi Station→ ride the JR or Bocho bus from the Shin-Yamaguchi Station Shinkansen Exit→ disembark at Higashi Hagi Station→ ride the taxi for 5 minutes to the hotel. Total travel time is 1 hour and 10 minutes. ■Travelers flying into Yamaguchi Ube or Iwami airports: ride the shared taxi operated by Hagi Kintetsu Taxi→ Hagihonjin. Travel time is 1 hour and 15 minutes. Note that prior reservations are required TEL 0838-22-0924
385-8 Chinto, Hagi-shi, Yamaguchi Prefecture
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