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Location Tomiyama-64-2 Fukuro, Kuroishi, Aomori Prefecture 〒036-0412
TEL 0172-54-8226
FAX 0172-54-8227
URL http://kazennosyo.jp
Parking 70 spaces
Guest capacity 107 people
Number of rooms 18 Japanese-style rooms
Wheelchair accessibility Accessible
Baths Large public bath ・Open-air bath ・ Some room baths
Restrooms Shared restrooms ・ Available in some rooms
Checkin / Checkout 15:00/10:00
Final checkin 20:00
Credit card payments Accepted
Room prices < One night, two meals included > (12.5 tatami mat room)
・21,750 yen (general price)
・23,910 yen (days preceding National Holidays)
The above prices include the 8% consumption tax and the 150 yen bath tax.
Special period pricing Special period pricing applies to the cherry blossom festival (Golden Week), the Neputa festival, the autumn leaf season, and the New Year’s holiday.
–< One night, two meals included > (12.5 tatami mat room)
・26,070 yen

※ The above price includes the 8% consumption tax and the 150 yen bath tax.

Additional pricing information he information listed above is one example of an accommodation charge. The price is subject to change depending on the customer’s selected meal and room type, so please contact the inn directly for more details.
Room facilities Television・Satellite broadcasting・Refrigerator/vending machine unit・Tooth brush set・Comb・ Shaving razor・Hair dryer・Towel・Bath towel・Shampoo・Rinse・Body Soap
※ Shampoo, rinse, and body soap are installed in the bath
Hotel facilities Banquet hall・Meal area・Store・Vending machines・Snack bar・Massage services・ Electronic massager・Express home delivery service・Fax・Shuttle bus (reservation required)
Cancellations Guests will be charged 50% of the “one night, two meals included” price for day-of cancellations. Cancellations from one the three days prior will result in a 20% charge, and anytime before that will incur no fees.
Notes A portion of our baths flows directly from the source.

Introducing Kazen-no-sho

 Located in Kuroishi’s Hot Springs Area, Kazen-no-sho is surrounded by abundant nature, with Mt. Iwaki to the west, Lake Towada to the east, and Mt. Hakkoda to the north. Kuroishi, which still retains the feeling of a small castle town, has produced a large number of poets, and we hope that through our hospitality you are able to feel some of the atmosphere of these great tanka composers.
Utilizing local ingredients and based around the four seasons, our course and fireside meals are very popular. Our large public bath, which has an open-air bath attached, is built using Japanese cypress and rocks from Lake Towada, and the water is efficacious against nerve pain, sensitivity to cold, rheumatism, and diabetes. Regardless of age, our female patrons can select their own colored yukata bathrobe, something that is greatly enjoyed.

We sincerely look forward to seeing you at Kazen-no-sho.