A harmonious fusion by sticking with the traditions and cultural nuance of the town while incorporating the modern convenience of technology.
KANZA - Sit in a state of serenity, Feel the breeze of fresh air and listen to the sound of tea in the making. Hotel guests are welcome to visit our secluded tea room to experience the art of Japanese tea ceremony.
Tea Ceremony Schedule
※Set schedule might change without notice.
A simple yet productive business corner with a country view. Situated next to the front desk at the lobby.
Office Professional 2013
"Pubic Print" A smart printer that's able to connect and serve for all sorts of devices including laptops, tablets, smartphones, etc.
Copy : B/W: 10yen/page; Color: 50yen/page
Print:B/W: 20yen/page; Color: 60yen/page
(A3 size: 100yen/page)
A collection of classical motor bikes of japan on rotation every 3 to 4 months on display.
Made in Japan
Torque: 7.5kg/7500rpm Weight: 230kg
On display from Aug, 2017
The following services listed below are free of charge.
T-Point Guests could spend t-points on accommodation charges(excl. tax), or earn t-points at 100yen per point when you spend money at the hotel
Kids stay for free each child under the age of 6 may stay and share a bed with one accompanying adult, free of charge. (Click here for details)
Ladies Ammenity DHC skin care products are available at front desk. Guests may request it at the counter during check-in.
Shuttle Bus Shuttle bus services available during 7am~10am and 4pm~6pm shifts.(Click for details)
Certain charges apply to the following list of services
Electric assist rental bicycle
Rate:Free for the first 2 hours; 1000yen/hour there on after.
Washer: 300yen/wash (4.5kg load)
(with auto detergent dispensing function) Dryer: 100yen/20min
Dry Cleaning Service
Drop off articles before 10am, and collect them after 7pm on the same day.
Drop off articles after 10am, and collect them after 7pm on the next day.
(closed during weekends and holidays)
We provide the following courier services at the front desk:
･Yupack JP Post
*Limited to domestic services only
1DAY Passport for Adults and kids are available.
*Tickets purchased at hotel must be exchanged for passport at the entrance of park.
The name Kiritoru in Japanese meaning "Little cut-outs/pieces of Hasami", a design concept of which is painted on the Ceramic, printed on hand towels and postcards.
Come have a taste of this famous candy at our daily tea ceremony.Produced in Arita, a semi sweet candy made from a type of grass called Okoshi
Made by world renown master chocolatier Kakimoto Akihiro. Flavorful salted pecan nuts covered in tasty white chocolate.