Accommodations / Hot Spring Spots in Ishikawa Area

  • Kanazawa Hakuchoro Hotel Sanraku
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    4.5
    449 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Ishikawa Pref. Kanazawashi Marunouchi 6-3
    A hotel located a 15 minute drive from the Kanazawa-higashi Interchange and the Kanazawa-nishi Interchange. The hotel is also conveniently located a few minutes' walk from Kanazawa Castle Park and the Kenrokuen Garden. The hotel has several banquet halls perfect for New Year's parties, welcome home and going away parties, and other events of all scales. The largest banquet hall, the Hosho, can also be subdivided to two thirds and one third size as needed for smaller events. The hotel's banquet halls can be rented out as conference rooms and facilities such as projectors and DVD players can be rented for a fee. In addition, the hotel offers a retro yet elegant Taisho Roman-themed wedding service befitting Kanazawa's status as one of Japan's ancient city. This wedding service also includes spectacular cuisine.

    My husband and I stayed at the hotel for four nights. The hotel is a bit of a trek from the train station, if you are walking with luggage, but the location can’t be beat for access to the two big...

  • Yunokuni Tensyo
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    4.0
    307 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Ishikawa Pref. Kagashi Yamashironsen 19-49-1
    "A hotel located in the Yamashiro Onsen hot spring district, one of the Kaga area's many hot spring villages. A free scheduled shuttlebus connects the hotel to JR Kagaonsen Station and the facility offers relaxing daytrip hot spring bath plans. In addition to a full range of facilities including Japanese and Western-style guest rooms, banquet halls, and a restaurant which serves local seasonal cuisine, the hotel also has an amazing 18 different hot spring baths. The baths are fed from the hotel's own alkaline hot spring, the ""Bihada no Yu."" Each bath area has a different design. The walls of the ""Kutani no Yudokoro"" are decorated with beautiful Kutani ware designs as is appropriate to the Kaga area. After your bath, you can make your own hot spring slow-boiled egg to enjoy. In the summer, the hotel also operates a garden pool. Of course you can swim in the pool and savor the summertime atmosphere."

    This is a large ryokan, although the lay out makes it seem and feel more intimate. Check in was professional and friendly as was our orientation with a cup of green tea made by staff in our room...

  • Yamashiro Onsen Kosoyu
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    4.5
    88 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Ishikawa Kaga-shi Yamashiro Onsen 18-128
    "This public bathhouse, located in Yamashiro Onsen, is a remodeled ""soyu"" (a public bathhouse which only uses water direct from a source spring) dating to the Meiji period. The rest area on the second floor as well as the Kutani war tiles used to cover the floors and walls of the bathing rooms have been restored to their original glory, and guests can enjoy hot spring bathing while also experiencing the history of Yamashiro Onsen. In addition to its exterior and interior, another point worthy of note is the bathhouse' recreation of the ""yuami"" style of bathing used at the time."

    We stayed here because it is quieter than Yamanaka. However, you can visit the temple, public bath houses, some souvenirs shop. Ate teshoku dinner here on the Main Street and it was authentic and...

  • Royal Hotel Yamanaka Onsen Kajikaso
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    3.5
    113 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Ishikawa Pref. Kagashi Yamanakaonsenkajikamachi Ho -100
    A hotel located in Yamanaka Onsen, one of the many hot spring villages in the Kaga area. The hotel is a 25 minute drive from the Kaga Interchange. A free scheduled shuttlebus also connects JR Kagaonsen Station to the hotel. Built along the river running through the Kakusen-kei Valley, one of the hotel's charms is that you can bath in an outdoor bath while listening to the burble of the river and taking in the lush surrounding scenery. The hotel has a bar and restaurant where you can eat seasonal kaiseki course cuisine and sip local liquors. The hotels buffet-style breakfast includes a variety of distinctive Ishikawa morning choices like Kanazawa-style curry. The Ayatori Bridge, a one minute walk from the hotel, is the starting point of a walking course which follows picturesque Kakusen-kei Valley.

    This place is full of Showa period style and atmosphere, a gold age of Japanese prosperity in the 80s. Clean yet some signs of aging are inevitable. Stiff but friendly service. Nice Japanese...

  • Terume Kanazawa
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    4.0
    47 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Ishikawa Pref. Kanazawashi Matsushimamachi 17
    A hotel with a bathhouse using only water for a natural hot spring source located a one minute drive from the Kanazawa-nishi Interchange on the Hokuriku Expressway. The hotel's baths are filled with water from a sodium chloride spring which is gentle on and beautifies, and smooths the skin. The hotel has 10 different bath varieties, including a lie down bath, medicinal bath, and waterfall shower bath, in addition to a large group bath and outdoor bath. The bathhouse area also has a women's only rest area and offers a full array of spa treatments. Floors four through seven of the hotel are occupied by the 114 guest rooms, which range from single rooms to Japanese-style rooms; hotel guests can use the bathhouse for free. Wi-Fi is offered throughout the entire hotel facility.

    クアハウス併設のホテルなので1日ゆっくりと過ごせます。朝食バイキングを含めてもとても安く泊まれるためいつも混んでいるようです。 館内はとても綺麗でスリッパも不要。裸足で過ごすのも違和感はないのですが、室内の床は少し汚れていてちょっと躊躇しました。

  • "Ichirino Kogen Hotel ""Roan"""
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    4.0
    52 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Ishikawa Pref. Hakusanshi Ozou 70-4
    "A hot spring in located in Hakusan Ichirino. The inn is situated on a Highland surrounded by the natural beauty of the Mt. Hakusan area. The inn's baths are constantly replenished ""kakenagashi"" style entirely from a natural hot spring source. The inn offers day trip spa plans and a variety of lodging plans. What's nice is that the plans are not just based on the number of people in your party but can also be chosen based on the season and your sightseeing objectives. The most popular plan includes an A5 rank Hida beef tenderloin steak grilled over an irori sunken hearth. The inn also offers several casual day trip plans which include natural hot spring bathing and exquisite charcoal grilled meals. The inn's baths include the ""Mori no Yu,"" a bath surrounded by soothing forest, a deluxe sweet outdoor bath, and two reservable private baths. The inn's rural style cuisine, eaten around an irori hearth, is not only delicious, it's fun!"

    From the beautiful nature surrounding the hotel to the calm and warm staff that will always help you with a smile, everything about this place is relaxing. The room is big, comfortable, and quiet...

  • Yamanaka Onsen Kuriya Yasohachi
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    4.5
    36 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Ishikawa Pref. Kagashi Yamanakaonsensugatanimachi B-62
    A Japanese restaurant which makes use of select ingredients. Operating out of a remodeled old townhome, the elegant building was awarded a prize by the city government for beautifying the area. The restaurant has counter and tatami mat seating; whichever area you choose, you'll be able to enjoy a relaxing meal. The restaurant's menu primarily focuses on creative takes on Japanese cuisine. Dedicated to using choice ingredients, the restaurant's food is made with seafood from nearby waters and vegetables stocked from select contracted farms.

    My wife and I enjoy visiting Ishikawa-ken because it is away from the typical tourist crush...it is quiet, refined, clean, and unhurried. We keep searching for those ryokans which cater to couples...

  • Hyokkori Onsen Shima-no-Yu
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    4.0
    21 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Ishikawa Pref. Nanaoshi Notojimasanamimachi La part 29 - 1
    "A day trip hot spring bath facility located in the center of Notojima. The bathhouse' waters began gushing forth in 1999 in Notojima Town and are said to alleviate nerve and muscle pain as well as ease sensitivity to cold. The bathhouse takes particular pride in its Japanese style and Western style outdoor baths which provide bathers with two different bathing atmospheres. The bathhouse also has a large bubble and jacuzzi baths and bathers can choose between baths that are hot or just warm as they prefer. In addition, there's a sauna and reservable private family baths. On Fridays, the lay down bath's waters are switched to a carbonated spring. In the bathhouse' restaurant, you can enjoy dishes like the ""Notojima Burger,"" an oval squid cream croquette sandwiched between a black squid ink bun."

    能登島にある温泉施設。 館内には飲食店やカラオケなどがあり、一日中そこで過ごせるような設備になっている。 どれも規模は小さいが。 休憩所である広間は100畳とのこと。頭皮マッサージが良い。 お風呂は出入り自由なため、湯船に浸かり、休憩し、また入るような地元客が多い。 平日だったため空いていた。

  • Matto Kaihin Onsen CCZ
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    4.0
    19 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Ishikawa Pref. Hakusanshi Tokumitsumachi 2665-1
    This day-use hot spring bathhouse located just walking distance from the Tokumitsu Parking Area off the Hokuriku Expressway is a bathhouse with many local repeat customers, but is also recommended for drivers passing through because it can be visited without getting off the expressway. One of its most inviting features is that one can bathe at 5 a.m. on any day excluding Mondays. The source waters flow from a high sodium-chloride spring and are said to be beneficial for nerve pain and muscle soreness, as well as minor cuts and burns. From the completely glassed in main bath, one can enjoy a view of the Japan Sea, the sea air wafting around the outside stone bath is relaxing. Osteopathy treatments and light dining fare is also offered.

    館内はお土産ものが並び、軽食も食べられました。お風呂はずいぶん昔、入りましたが今も営業してるんですね。能登からのドライブの帰りに休憩できますね。

  • Castle Manai
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    4.0
    16 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Ishikawa Pref. Housugunanamizumachi Kawajima I Of 61-1
    A hotel with a bathhouse also available to non-guests located a five minute drive from JR Anamizu Station. As its name implies, the hotel looks like a Japanese castle from the outside, and all guest rooms have a sweeping ocean view of Anamizu Bay. The hotel's vaunted bathhouse also boasts this gorgeous view and has a lie down bath, jacuzzi, and a bath filled with a monthly changing bath blend. The bathhouse' bedrock bath is only available to women and may be used on Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays. The hotel serves food made with fresh, seasonal ingredients; the dancing charcoal grilled oysters, an Anamizu specialty, are a particular draw. You can also enjoy seasonal Noto flavors like abalone, Noto beef, and local liquors.

    I currently live and work in Tokyo, so a visit to the coast is one thing, but Anamizu, close to Noto raises the bar, this sleepy little place is worth exploring and Castle Manai is a great base, nice...

  • Bessho Onsen
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    5.0
    2 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Ishikawa Kaga-shi Besshomachi 1-91
    This is a natural hot spring bubbling up on the road from Yamashiro Onsen to Yamanaka Onsen. They offer a taste of fresh, kakenagashi-style hot spring water replaced daily. The sodium & calcium sulfate spring water is supplied in clean bathtubs. It's believed to be effective at treating atopic eczema and arthritis, and when drunk it can help in treating chronic constipation and diabetes. A popular way to enjoy this onsen is to relax in the rest area while enjoying eggs boiled in the hot spring water. This beloved local-secret onsen is about 15 minutes' drive from Kaga Interchange.

    山代温泉から山中温泉に向かう途中に湧き出した天然温泉です露天風呂も大岩こけがあり源泉かけ流しですまた泉質もいいし入館料も大人460円と安く穴場の日帰り温泉です。

  • Euphoria Chirihama
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    3.5
    7 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Ishikawa Hakui-shi Chirihamamachi Ta 1-67
    A large leisure complex standing next to Chirihama Beach, the only beach in the country on which you can drive your car. The complex’ vast grounds encompass a natural hot spring bathhouse, restaurant, heated pool, and more. The amber waters of the bathhouse’ vaunted hot spring are drawn from more than 1,000 meters underground. Containing an abundance of minerals, these waters are said to warm both body and soul right to the core. In the clean and hygienic outdoor bath, customers can enjoy a relaxing soak while listing to the sea breeze and waves of Chirihama. In the high-ceilinged heated pool area, you can swim to your heart’s content. There’s also a water slide, and huge windows from which you can watch the sun setting into the Sea of Japan in the evening.

    千里浜でキャンプをし、海水浴をしていましたが、あまりに波も高くそれほど泳げなかったので、早々に引き上げてお風呂ついでにプールも利用しました。狭いながらも子供用プールやウォータースライダーもあり、浮き輪を使って25mプールも利用できるので、子連れでも十分楽しめます。温泉とプールとのアクセスがイマイチで、一旦着替えないと行き来出来ないのに少し難が有りますが、有り難い施設でした。

  • Flatt's Noto
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    4.5
    32 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Ishikawa Hosu-gun Notocho Yanami 27-26-3
    This small inn, operated by an Australian chef and the Noto-born proprietress, accommodates just four groups of guests a day. It is situated on a hill in Yanami on the Noto Peninsula, and on clear days, guests can see all the way the Sea of Japan to the Tateyama Mountain Range. All of the inn's rooms are Japanese-style, and everything about the establishment, from the wooden beams spanning the ceiling to the views of the sea and the inn's Japanese garden visible from the windows, exudes a faintly nostalgic air. There's also a handmade outdoor bath in a corner of the garden where guests can soak and take in a view of the ocean sprawling into the distance. For food, the inn serves Italian cuisine made with local seasonings and ingredients from Ishikawa Prefecture. The inn takes great pride in hospitality which enables guests to truly experience Noto - for example, works of art by local artists are displayed in the guest rooms and dining room.

    This was the highlight of our holiday. Beautiful surrounds, lovely decor at a special place in Noto. Chikako and Ben are passionate and proud of their place, and so they should. Delicious food...

  • Nomi Onsen Community Center Satoyama no Yu
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    4.0
    5 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Ishikawa Nomi-shi Tatsunokuchimachi Nu 3-1
    A community center which was designed to promote health via a day-use hot spring bathhouse, encourage interaction between community residents and revitalize the area. The waters of the bathhouse’ sodium chloride spring are said to treat such ailments as cuts, peripheral circulatory failure, sensitivity to cold, depression, and abnormally dry skin. Bathhouse facilities include an outdoor bath, large indoor bath, and sauna. There’s also a tatami mat salon and lounge.

    小高い丘の上に、ちんまり、ひっそり佇む温泉施設。俗っぽさが無くて、隠れ家のような感じ。全体的に清潔で。湯質も、クセがなく、あっさりしている。機会が有ったら、また、行きたい、

  • Wakura Onsen Soyu
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Ishikawa Prefecture Nanao City Wakura Onsen
    A public bathhouse where you can enjoy natural hot spring bathing at an affordable price. The bathhouse is a five minute bus ride on the Nanao Bus headed to Wakura Onsen from JR Wakura-Onsen Station. The bathhouse' waters come from a sodium and calcium chloride spring which is hypotonic and mildly alkaline, said to help alleviate rheumatism, nerve pain, and menstrual pain. When diluted with two parts regular water and drunk, they are also said to be good for gastrointestinal disorders and anemia. The facility was recently remodeled and reopened in April 2011. In addition to large and small baths and an outdoor bath, the facility also has an outdoor footbath, and visitors can enjoy a variety of bathing as suits their tastes.
  • Shio Sakura no Sato Onsen Kofun no Yu
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    3.0
    5 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Ishikawa Hakui-gun Hodatsushimizucho Ishisaka Ri 16-1
    This daytrip-use hot spring is at the entrance to Sakura no Sato Kofun Park, which contains a group of round kofun burial mounds built in the late 6th century. It's on a rise, so you can enjoy a soak in the weak alkaline simple spring waters while you take in the view of the Shiogawa river and SandenKanaya kofun. The area is planted with 1,000 cherry trees of 36 varieties, and the rest area and terrace both offer views of the scenery. The floors, ceiling, and baths are made with irregular stones, and the building is designed to be barrier-free so anyone can enjoy a bath with ease. Located about ten minutes' drive from JR Shikinami Station, it's full stock of shampoo and other amenities is a real draw.

    宝達志水にあります。温泉の湯量は多いです。桜の時期には風呂から見ると最高に綺麗です風呂から最高に気分です

  • Hakusan Iyashi no Yu Tenryo
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    4.0
    4 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Ishikawa Hakusan-shi Ozo Chi 28
    A day-use natural hot spring bathhouse. The bathhouse draws its water from a hot spring in Iwama Onsen using a five-kilometer-long pipe. The waters of this hot spring are said to treat rheumatism and other ailments. In addition to a large indoor bath and an outdoor bath, the bathhouse also has a sauna. In addition, there's a spacious rest lounge with massage chairs for customers to use. You can enjoy a meal at the restaurant, as well. The bathhouse offers a money-saving pack which includes bathhouse access and a meal, as well as discounts for surrounding facilities.

    白山一里野温泉スキー場、一里野公園の目の前にある温泉施設。 JAFカードの提示で50円引き、イオンカードであれば100円引き。同行者5名まで可能なのが嬉しい。休憩室や食事コーナーもあるが食事は予約制。 温泉はナトリウム、塩化物泉で透明。肌に優しく出た後はすべすべする。 ここの売りはす豪快な露天風呂。岩づくりのお風呂が2つあり、ちょうど良い温度でゆっくりできる。内風呂は普通なのでこちらに入るべし。

  • Nakajima Sarutahiko Onsen Iyashi no Yu
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    5.0
    2 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Ishikawa Nanao-shi Nakajimamachi Omaki Yo Department 116
    This hot spring bathhouse is located in a kokumin shukusha (inexpensive local government-operated hotel) perfectly positioned to serve as a base for sightseeing in the Noto area and whose rooms all have an ocean view. The bathhouse is open to non-guests, as well, and the waters of the bathhouse’ salt-rich sodium-chloride spring are said to treat an abundant array of ailments, including nerve pain, muscle soreness, joint pain, frozen shoulders, and motor paralysis. In addition to two indoor bathing areas, facilities include a sauna, a relaxation area, and a rest lounge where you can enjoy a light meal.

    地元密着のこじんまりした温泉施設。 比較的近い位置に和倉温泉があるせいか、あまり知られていない穴場。 湯舟につかって眺める日本海は四季折々の絶景を見せてくれる。 近隣に大きな光源がないため、月見風呂や星見風呂も楽しい。 泉質はナトリウム-塩化物強塩泉(高張性弱アルカリ性温泉)で、体の芯まで温まる。浴場は浴槽の形状で円筒形の筒湯と四角い箱湯の二つになる。箱湯と筒湯は一月ごとに男女が入れ替わる。 食事...

  • Gokurakuyu (Kanazawa Nonoichi Branch)
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    3.5
    3 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Ishikawa Pref. Nonoichishi Wakamatsumachi 18-1
    "A day trip bathhouse standing along National Route 157 located a 15 minute drive from the Kanazawa-nishi Interchange. The facility is open from 7:00 a.m. on Sundays and holidays and offers discounts as well. The facility is also open daily until 2:00 a.m., ensuring you can enjoy a truly relaxing, long soak. The facility has eight indoor and outdoor baths, including a bath which recreates the waters of one of Japan's rare high concentration carbonic acid springs. The ""Junmaishu-buro,"" which contains water mixed with junmai sake straight from a long-standing local sake brewery, is also worthy of note. The facility's restaurant serves a variety of seasonal and local dishes and holds special events as well."

    金沢市野々市市の極楽湯内にあります。スーパー銭湯のお食事処です。ゆっくり休んで食べます。定食類もかなりあります。麺類もかなりあります。

  • Bird Humming Torigoe
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    3.5
    2 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Ishikawa Hakusan-shi Kaminomachi Ya 74
    This facility is in a spot embraced by the lush natural scenery of sacred Mt. Hakusan. There is a day trip onsen facility, BBQ area, tennis courts, and outdoor sports areas for use all year round. The hot spring is served by calcium sodium sulfate springs, which is thought to help relieve with rheumatism, hardening of the arteries, nerve and muscle pain.

    手取川の段丘上に建つレジャー施設、館内には弘法の湯があり、もちろん源泉かけ流しです、屋外にはバーベキュー場所やテニスコートがある。

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Long, thin Ishikawa prefecture runs along the Sea of Japan up into Noto Peninsula. Highlights of the seaside towns lining the west coast include Kanazawa, often described as a "Little Kyoto" thanks to its old wooden tea houses and geisha culture as well as its picturesque Japanese garden, Kenroku-en.

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