Ryujin Onsen Ryokan
Bijin-tei inn is a labour of love. The facility overlooks the Hidaka-gawa river and is family owned and run. The name "Bijin" means "beautiful women" and derives from the hot spring water, which is famous for its beautifying effects. The friendly owner loves rivers and often serves the fish he catches from them including Amago, a species of salmon, which live in the colder upper tributaries. For alcohol lovers a must try is the specialty of the inn, grilled Amago in Sake, the taste of the mountains, with a rich aroma. Local ingredients are used in dishes, and the hot spring bath is lined with river stones, meticulously handpicked by the owners.
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Rating & Reviews
- Reception & Service
(Go To Travel Discount Plan) Supper & Breakfast | Standard Course (Ume-jidori chicken)
(Go To Travel Discount Plan) Supper & Breakfast | Kumano Beef or Wild Boar Course
(Go To Travel Discount Plan) Supper & Breakfast | Kumano Beef Shabu-shabu Course
(Go To Travel Discount Plan) Supper & Breakfast | Kumano Beef or Wild Boar Hotpot Course
Supper & Breakfast | Standard Course (Ume-jidori chicken)
Supper & Breakfast | Kumano Beef or Wild Boar Course
Supper & Breakfast | Kumano Beef Shabu-shabu Course
Supper & Breakfast | Kumano Beef or Wild Boar Hotpot Course
Sanitation and Hygienic Measures
|Number of Rooms||16|
6 Tatami mat Japanese style: 4 rooms
7.5 Tatami mat Japanese style: 4 rooms
8 Tatami mat Japanese style: 4 rooms
Western style: 4 rooms
Ensuite toilet: 12 rooms (not in 6 tatami mat rooms)
Ensuite bath: 4 rooms (Western style rooms only)
● Amago-sake which made from Amago fish available. A local specialty!
● Kotatsu heater and hot water bottle (winter season)
● 20 minutes walk to Ryujin Onsen Motoyu (Shuttle service available / 2 minutes drive)
● Discount ticket for Motoyu bath
|Meals served in dining room from 7:00~8:30|
|Meals served in dining room from 18:00~ (Last order 19:30)|
Vegetarian meals available (Please let us know in advance of what you can and cannot eat in detail)
Facilities & Services
- Free Wi-Fi (Lobby)
- Credit Card
- Not accepted
- Traveler's Cheques
- Not accepted
- No English
- Shuttle service
- Luggage storage
- Access Information
Busses run daily to Ryujin Onsen from Kii-Tanabe Station.
Busses run weekends and some other days from Koyasan April 1st to November 30th (please check the bus schedule carefully)
● ~1 hour 20 minutes by bus from Kii-Tanabe Station (bus timetable 7)
● ~2 hours by bus from Koyasan (bus timetable 7)
● The nearest stop is "Kaise 皆瀬" bus stop. This bus stop is between Ryujin Onsen and Kirari.
- Shuttle Service
Available to Ryujin Onsen Motoyu, the local hot spring public bath.
Please contact us for details.
Up to 20 vehicles (free)