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50-1, Aza Kusakihara, Yumoto, Kitaura, Oga, Akita 010-0687
Reservation phone calls available hours 9 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Non-smoking and Free Wi-Fi throughout the building
Barrier-free, people-friendly inn


The entire building is non-smoking, and there is free Wi-Fi throughout the building, including the guest rooms. (Please check with the reception for information on how to connect).

As a registered facility under the Silver Star system of the All Japan Travel Association, the hotel has been designed to be inclusive accessibility, with as few steps as possible to accommodate wheelchairs and the elderly, so you can use the hotel with ease (see here for details).

Capacity: 336 persons / Number of guest rooms: 63 (22 in the main building, 25 in the south building, and 16 in the east building)
Hot spring open-air bath: 1 for men and 1 for women / Hot spring bath: 1 for men and 1 for women / Sauna: 1 for men and 1 for women
Private Dining Rooms: 6 at Ryotei and 10 at Fukujutei / Coffee Lounge: Hanabata / Night Pub: Rebelter / Relaxation booth
Large banquet hall: 3 rooms (180 tatami mats) / Banquet hall: 3 rooms (120 tatami mats) / Convention hall (200 people for meetings, 100 people for parties)

Our hotel is a registered Silver Star facility certified by the All Japan Travel Association.

What is Silver Star facility?

This is a title for hotels that aim to create accommodations for an aging society.

There is an ever-increasing need for senior-friendly accommodations. There is an even greater need for accommodations where the elderly can stay with peace of mind, such as ordering food that requires consideration for their health, making facilities inclusive accessibility, and providing hospitality in times of need.
Against this backdrop, the All Japan Travel Association, with the cooperation of the Ministry of Health and Welfare, has been promoting the "Silver Star Registration System" for people-friendly lodgings since 1993, with the aim of improving and increasing the number of facilities that are comfortable for the elderly to use.

What kind of hotels are registered?

Aiming to create accommodation facilities that are friendly to the elderly and accessible to all, the standard is that the lodgings must meet certain standards in terms of facilities, service, and cuisine.

Main inclusive accessibility information

There is a slope at the entrance. In addition, there are no steps between the entrance, lobby, and bathrooms. There are no steps between the entrance, lobby, and bathrooms, and the bathrooms are equipped with handrails. Wheelchair-accessible restrooms are also available. If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact us.