- Hotel, Ryokan Reservations TOP
- Nagano・Ueda・Lake Nojiri・Obuse・Shiga・Nozawa
- Ryokan Hanaya
旅館 花屋 Ryokan Hanaya
- Nagano > Ueda・Another place・Shika tea
- Bessho Onsen
Countermeasures for COVID-19
Hand sanitizer provided
Ensure Social Distancing
Guidelines for employees
Guidelines for guests
Countermeasures for COVID-19
- Hand sanitizer provided
- Hand sanitizers are available in public areas
- High contact points (door handles, remote controls, tables, etc) in guest rooms are sanitized during room cleaning.
- High contact areas in publice spaces (elevator buttons, handrails, etc) are disinfected and maintained frequently.
- Guest rooms are ventilated before and after each guest use.
- Public areas are ventilated frequently.
- Ensure Social Distancing
- Dining options in room or private dining room available.
- Guidelines for employees
- Our staff conduct hand washing, gargling, and face mask application.
- Our staff undergoes daily health check.
- Guidelines for guests
- Wearing a face mask, hand washing, and gargling is required.
- To ensure safety of all guests and emplyees, please kindly be advised that guests who failed temperature checks may not be allowed to enter and stay at the property.
Notice from the hotel
Room meals and private room meals are available only in some plans and rooms.
Only two hours from Tokyo by Shinkansen. Located in Ueda in Shiodadaira, Bessho Hot Spring is the oldest hot spring in Shinshu. In the town, many ancient temples still remain, giving it a nostalgic feeling. Ryokan Hanaya was built in the sixth year of Taisho and about 80% of the wooden buildings in the 1500 square meters zone have been selected as cultural property by the Agency for Cultural Affairs, ensuring history still remains in the land of Bessho. The interior has a beautiful retro atmosphere built by Miya carpenters of Bessho. Corner strips, a Ranma, and a stained glass enhance it. The view of special furniture is lightened by light of a lamp and chandelier and attracts the mind of a traveler. The guest rooms have luxurious stone baths with water flowing directly from a natural hot spring source; a rarity in Japan. From the room, you will see the nature of Ueda changing every day. Private space with relaxation lets you relieve your heart and offers the charm of Ryokan Hanaya deeply. Bessho hot spring is well known for water quality. Hot water flowing from the source of hot spring gives us a moist skin with warmth. The public spa has two interior baths of marble or Izu grass stone and the outdoor spa bath of rocks. These will contribute to healing your body. Your dinner would be the original Japanese style cuisines (Kaiseki). The techniques enhance the deliciousness of the natural flavors of the food. Our food has a great reputation among our visitors. Bessho hot spring town has lots of charms besides the Ryokan and a leisurely walk around the streets is a good way to experience it. Kitamuki-Kannon faces the Kannon-Sama at Zenkouji Temple and paying a visit to both Kannon-Sama is highly recommended. Enjoy visiting the national treasures: the three-storied pagoda in Anrakuji and the Tendai sect's exceptional Jorakuji. Enjoy wandering around the hot spring town's unique souvenir shops, and experience the outside hot spring and foot-baths. The hot spring town was established over 1200 years ago and while slowly strolling around the town, the solemn air of history and ancient temples will cleanse your mind.
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Accommodations that represent their respective prefectures and that are worth visiting when you are in the area.
Overall Rating(35 reviews)
169 Besshoonsen, Ueda-shi, Nagano-ken [View map]
check-in / check-out time
15:00 / 11:00
CI/CO time may be different depending on plan.
Number of guest rooms
There is no restaurant here.Read moreClose
There are 3 types of large baths in addition to the bath in your room. You can enjoy all the hot water flowing directly from the source. Marble indoor hot spring bath (Men's bath: Check-in ~ 21:45 / Female bath: 22:00-10:30) A high and elegant dome-shaped ceiling that feels open. It is an indoor bath made of marble with a beautiful light spilling from the stained glass that makes you feel the Taisho romance. Wakakusa bath (Men's bath: 22:00-10:30 / Female bath: Check-in-21:45) We use plenty of Izu stone (Izu Wakakusa stone) that is hard to boil. A large glass window allows you to insert soft sunlight. Rock hot spring open-air bath (6:00-10:30 / Check-in-22:00) The open-air bath is located in a place surrounded by green trees, passing through an atmospheric wooden corridor. The chirping of birds, the breeze, and the scent of plants. Enjoy yourself in the green.Read moreClose
Other facility information
Please use the stairs to move inside the building. If you are concerned, please contact us in advance. Smoking is prohibited inside the building. (There is one smoking room near the front desk.)Read moreClose
Please come by 18:00. We would like you to enjoy the multi-course kaiseki that our chef is particular about, so we do not accept changes in ingredients that we are not good at. Please feel the passion of the chef for Japanese cuisine.Read moreClose
Bath tax (150 yen) is not included. Please apply for the child fee according to your age. Elementary school students (1 night, 2 meals (dinner dinner is similar to adult meals)) 70% of adult fee Preschoolers (4 years old to under elementary school age) (2 meals per night (dinner dinner for children)) 50% of adult fee Infant (0-3 years old): (Meals only) 6,000 yen (excluding tax) Infant (0-3 years old): (Futon only/No other amenities) 4,000 yen (excluding tax) Infant (0-3 years old): (meal/futon/no amenities) 2,000 yen (excluding tax)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.
[From Tokyo] Tokyo-
-Ueda Station- -Bessho Onsen Station [From Nagoya] Nagoya- -Shinonoi Station- -Ueda Station- -Bessho Onsen Station [From the direction of Niigata] Niigata- -Takasaki Station- -Ueda Station- -Bessho Onsen Station 5 minutes walk from Bessho Onsen. Due to coronavirus countermeasures, the hotel's transportation is temporarily suspended.
169 Besshoonsen, Ueda-shi, Nagano-ken
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