Area : Fukawa/Yumoto
From the soak in the baths to the barefoot return to your room, and finally to rest, Otani Sanso Bettei Otozure invites visitors to feel the essence of Japanese culture in the ryokan's particular spaciousness, and its modern luxury.
Only 18 rooms are available, each offering broad space in which for guests to relax, and enjoy their time with us.
This ryokan guides guests through traditional Japanese mores of relaxation within the home, beginning with the removal of shoes, taking a seat, and enjoying the refreshing atmosphere.
The traditional Akasaki Festival has been held at this shrine since the Momoyama Period (1573-1600), shortly before Japan was unified under its first shogunate.Read more
Akasaki Shrine Natural Amphitheater
This outdoor performing space is a nationally-designated Important Tangible Cultural PropertyRead more
The final resting place of warlord Yoshitaka Ouichi, who brought reknown to Yamaguchi during the Muromachi Period (1333-1573)Read more