Attached to the "Shokujidokoro Ryogoku" restaurant, this hot spring minshuku has a reputation for delicious food. Breakfasts are served Japanese-style, with main dishes such as roast fish. Dinners feature an abundant selection of local Akan ingredients, such as Ezo sika venison teppanyaki and pond smelt tempura. The humble minshuku baths are fed by direct-source free-flowing natural hot springs, warming you up and leaving your skin moist. All rooms are in serene tatami style throughout.
- 2-1-3, Akancho Akankonsen, Kushiro-shi, Hokkaido
- About 90 minutes from JR Kushiro station by car
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