Shinshiro-CityYuya Kanko Hotel Senzankaku

There are private baths, large indoor baths, open air baths and baths that alternate men-only / ladies-only: you'll find peace of mind and pure indulgence with an overnight stay.
Standing on the banks of the Itajiki River, the rooms offer up a view in which the river seems to spread out like a gold leaf screen; seeing it you'll really feel you've come on a journey.
Every morning at 8:40 it's feeding time for the black kites - a sight not to be missed.

Our food is deeply rooted in the changing seasons and never fails to delight.

One suggestion for a morning walk is to follow the promenade from outside the hotel about a kilometer into the forest where you'll find the Fudo-taki Falls. The path is fairly flat and easy on the legs. Mt. Horaiji is ranked in Japan's top 100 geological features, the reason for which is the close proximity of the Median Tectonic Line, the largest fault line in Japan, which contributes to the area's stunning geography. The promenade is known as the Otomesawa Promenade.

We are the first hotel to be involved in the "Pink Ribbon Iyashi no Sato" project to support people with breast cancer.

ACCOMMODATION OVERVIEW

Location : 〒441-1631
26, Aza Takiue, Toyoka, Shinshiro-city, Aichi
Phone
number
: 0536-32-1535
Fax
number
: 0536-32-1800
number of rooms : 21 rooms (all rooms with toilet, heater/AC unit, TV, and mini bar (paid))
Check-in : 14:00
Check-out : 11:00
Parking : 30 parking spaces
Parking
Fee
: Free
Banquet
hall
: Large / small banquet rooms
Eating
facility
: Coffee corner
Gift shop : Shops
Other
equipment
: Large indoor bath, open-air bath, private open-air bath, tea-ceremony room
Internet
(lobby)
: 1F: common room Tehohe
Inquiries in
English
: OK
Website : http://www.senzankaku.com/
Fee : Starting from ¥14,190 (One stay and two meals, consumption and hot-spring bath taxes included)

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ACCESS

  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    Take the JR Ida Line (originating from Toyohashi Station), alight at Yuya Onsen Station and walk for 5 minutes.
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    From Tokyo, take the San-En Nanshin Expressway via Shin-Tomei Expressway Hamamatsu JCT and exit at the Horaikyo I.C. (final exit). Turn left at "Myogo" intersection, drive on Route 151 for 10 minutes. Alternatively, exit at the Shin-Tomei Expressway Hamamatsu Inasa I.C. and turn left at Route 257. Drive for about 15 minutes from the Hamamatsu Inasa I.C. and turn right at the "Norimoto" intersection. Drive straight for 10 minutes and turn left at "Yuya Ohashi" at the entrance of Yuya Onsen. Drive on Route 439 for 800 meters and you will find us.

    From Nagoya and Kanto, exit at the Tomei Expressway Toyokawa I.C. You will soon hit Route 151, where you turn left in the direction of Shinshiro/Iida. You will enter Horai-cho after driving for about half an hour on Route 151. About 10 minutes after entering Horai-cho, you'll see on the left the Yuya Onsen entrance; a bridge with orange handrails. Cross the bridge and turn right, as you enter the hot spring town our hotel is the building furthest to the back.

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