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Motoyu Bekkan
Minshuku
Ryujin Onsen

Motoyu Bekkan is the "annex" or "bekkan" of the "hot spring source" or "motoyu".  Motoyu is the name of the main public hot spring bath in Ryujin Onsen, famous for its beautifying effects on the skin, which serves as the bathing facility for guests staying at the accommodation. Motoyu Bekkan is located across the river from the main center of Ryujin Onsen via a walking bridge.  All of the rooms are simple Japanese style that look out towards the river.  There is a communal sitting area and basic cooking facilities, although there are no cooking utensils, pots, pans, etc available.  You can bring your own food or eat at the nearby Izakaya Nagomi.

*Motoyu Bekkan is closed from the begining of December to the end of February.

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Monpetokuwa Bakery Hostel
Homestay
Rental House
Ryujin Onsen

Monpetokuwa is a home-stay like hostel run by a family, who also runs the bakery and cafe. 
The house is perched above the bakery overlooking the Hidaka-gawa river in Ryujin village. 
There are two Japanese style dorm rooms.  The toilet is shared.  The kitchen facilities and bath are not for use. 
It is requested that guests use the public baths in Ryujin Onsen which is 13 kilometers to the north. 
The extremely friendly owners wish to have guests slow down and experience rural life-style together with them. 
By the way the food and bread is delicious!

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Minshuku Ryujin
Minshuku
Ryujin Onsen

Minshuku Ryujin is a family owned three bedroom guesthouse just south of Ryujin Onsen.  It is built on the steep river bank at the confluence of Hidaka-gawa and Komata-gawa rivers.  The dining room is on the first floor (level with the road), and the guestrooms and hot spring baths are on the lower two floors.  All rooms have views onto the river.  This unique location, friendly service, and delicious meals make a stay at Minshuku Ryujin an immersive off-the-beaten-track experience.  The owner’s son runs a tiny Izakaya restaurant nearby (the only one in the area) for those who prefer to eat outside of the guesthouse.

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Marui Ryokan
Ryokan
Ryujin Onsen

Marui Ryokan is a traditional inn located in the mountainous village of Ryujin village 20 minutes south of Ryujin Onsen.  It is a family run establishment with a very good reputation for their service and food.  The hot spring bath is attached to the inn via a tunnel under the highway.  The bath is lined with cypress wood.  The meals are meticulously made with fresh local ingredients. 

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Minshuku Seseragi
Minshuku
Ryujin Onsen

Minshuku Seseragi is a family-run guesthouse in a small settlement south of Ryujin Onsen.  The owner is a well known fisherman, knowledgable and passionate about the beautiful mountain rivers flowing near his lodge.  The laid back atmosphere attracts fishermen and those looking for quiet tranquility, many guests enjoy the nature views from the guestrooms.  Meals are made with local ingredients, featuring locally caught fish.  The hot spring bath is lined with wood and looks out onto the river. The name of the minshuku "Seseragi" means "the sound of a flowing creek or stream", and has a peaceful and soothing nuance.

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Bijin-tei
Ryokan
Ryujin Onsen

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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<p>Motoyu Bekkan is the "annex" or "bekkan" of the "hot spring source" or "motoyu".&nbsp; Motoyu is the name of the main public hot spring bath in Ryujin Onsen, famous for its beautifying effects on the skin, which serves as the bathing facility for guests staying at the accommodation. Motoyu Bekkan is located across the river from the main center of Ryujin Onsen via a walking bridge.&nbsp; All of the rooms are simple Japanese style that look out towards the river.&nbsp; There is a communal sitting area and basic cooking facilities, although there are no cooking utensils, pots, pans, etc available.&nbsp; You can bring your own food or eat at the nearby Izakaya Nagomi.<br /><br /><span style="color: #ff0000;">*Motoyu Bekkan is closed from the begining of December to the end of February.</span></p> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 186 False Motoyu Bekkan motoyu-bekkan
<p>Monpetokuwa is a home-stay like hostel run by a family, who also runs the bakery and cafe.&nbsp; <br />The house is perched above the bakery overlooking the Hidaka-gawa river in Ryujin village.&nbsp; <br />There are two Japanese style dorm rooms.&nbsp; The toilet is shared.&nbsp; The kitchen facilities and bath are not for use.&nbsp; <br />It is requested that guests use the public baths in Ryujin Onsen which is 13 kilometers to the north.&nbsp; <br />The extremely friendly owners wish to have guests slow down and experience rural life-style together with them.&nbsp; <br />By the way the food and bread is delicious!</p> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 319 False Monpetokuwa Bakery Hostel monpetokuwa-bakery-hostel
<p>Minshuku Ryujin is a family owned three bedroom guesthouse just south of Ryujin Onsen.&nbsp; It is built on the steep river bank at the confluence of Hidaka-gawa and Komata-gawa rivers.&nbsp; The dining room is on the first floor (level with the road), and the guestrooms and hot spring baths are on the lower two floors.&nbsp; All rooms have views onto the river.&nbsp; This unique location, friendly service, and delicious meals make a stay at Minshuku Ryujin an immersive off-the-beaten-track experience.&nbsp; The owner&rsquo;s son runs a tiny Izakaya restaurant nearby (the only one in the area) for those who prefer to eat outside of the guesthouse.</p> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 166 False Minshuku Ryujin minshuku-ryujin
<p>Marui Ryokan is a traditional inn located in the mountainous village of Ryujin village 20 minutes south of Ryujin Onsen.&nbsp; It is a family run establishment with a very good reputation for their service and food.&nbsp; The hot spring bath is attached to the inn via a tunnel under the highway.&nbsp; The bath is lined with cypress wood.&nbsp; The meals are meticulously made with fresh local ingredients.&nbsp;</p> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 56 False Marui Ryokan marui-ryokan
<p>Minshuku Seseragi is a family-run guesthouse in a small settlement south of Ryujin Onsen.&nbsp; The owner is a well known fisherman, knowledgable and passionate about the beautiful mountain rivers flowing near his lodge.&nbsp; The laid back atmosphere attracts fishermen and those looking for quiet tranquility, many guests enjoy the nature views from the guestrooms.&nbsp; Meals are made with local ingredients, featuring locally caught fish.&nbsp; The hot spring bath is lined with wood and looks out onto the river. The name of the minshuku "Seseragi" means "the sound of a flowing creek or stream", and has a peaceful and soothing nuance.</p> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 189 False Minshuku Seseragi minshuku-seseragi
<p>Bijin-tei inn is a labour of love. The facility overlooks the Hidaka-gawa river and is family owned and run.&nbsp; The name "Bijin" means "beautiful women" and derives from the hot spring water, which is famous for its beautifying effects.&nbsp; 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.&nbsp; 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.&nbsp; Local ingredients are used in dishes, and the hot spring bath is lined with river stones, meticulously handpicked by the owners.</p> accommodations ~/Content/images/icon-white/free/accommodations-w.svg 169 False Bijin-tei bijin-tei
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