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Information on guest rooms

"The rooms of the hotel are Japanese folkart style rooms.
Rooms are prepared according to our guest's needs."

Sea side guest rooms (9 rooms in total)

"All 9 guest rooms face the sea side.
It is a relaxing room, suitable for 2 to 3 guests.
One is able to enjoy a good view of events such as fireworks display held from spring to summer from one's guest room."

Mountain side guest rooms (5 rooms in total)

According to one's needs, there are 2 types of guest rooms - 6 tatami room and 14 tatami room.

6 mat tatami guest room (1~2 guests)

Reasonable accommodation is available for business use.

14 mat tatami guest room (4~6 guests)

"A good room for families who want to stay together.
Widening of the room layout has made it very easy to use.
In addition, the price is a very good deal in comparison with the sea side room."

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Hot spring

"The hotel uses every bit of natural hot spring water flowing directly from the hot spring source within the hotel.
There is a roof-top outdoor hot spring observation deck ""Irihi no yu"" and the indoor hot spring ""Diamante hot spring""."

Outdoor hot spring observation deck "Irihi no yu"

  • 15:00~19:30 (Separated by gender)
  • 19:30~23:30 (Reservation chartered system. Usage Time: 30 minutes to 60 minutes)
  • 06:00~09:00 (Separated by gender)

Indoor hot spring "Diamante hot spring"

  • 15:00~00:00 (Separated by gender)
  • 06:00~09:00 (Separated by gender)

About the hotel's hot spring

"The hotel's outdoor hot spring was featured in a television program introducing hot springs of the Kyushu region with superb views.
The outdoor hot spring can be used to one's liking freely until sunset, and after sunset (19:30-23:30) it is possible to use it as a rental hot spring (Reservation System・Free )."

Bathing fee (Stopover hot spring)

Outdoor hot spring observation deck: 800 yen per adult (inclusive of towel rental)

Indoor hot spring: 500 yen per adult (inclusive of towel rental)

Reception time: 12:00~20:00

※Due to priority given to staying guests, we may choose to refuse admission when crowded.

Obama Hot Spring is

The temperation of the hot spring source is 105 degrees, which makes it one of the highest temperature for hot springs in Japan. The discharge amount is 15,000 tons per day, with an abundant amount of hot water.
Obama hot spring is a sodium chloride based hot spring, and therefore has a long holding heat capacity in the body even after exiting the hot spring.

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Meals

Shimabara Peninsula is blessed with a sea and mountain full of fresh ingredients such as seafood and mountain vegetables.

"From the hands that seize the firm meat of fish and shellfish of Tachibana Bay, to the delightful moment of Oki cuisine upon touching the tongue. This is also one enjoyment of a trip.
Using plenty of locally produced ingredients, prepared with sincerity and hospitality, flowers are added to the memories of the trip."

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About the hotel

Inn of Relaxation Yamadaya Inn

Kita honchou 905-7, Obama Town, Unzen City, Nagasaki Prefecture

TEL 0957-75-0505

FAX 0957-75-0123

Guest rooms

Sea side Guest room (8 Tatami Mat) : 9 rooms

Mountain side guest rooms (6~14 Tatami Mat): 5 rooms

Facilities on site

Lounge Room "Relaxation Room" (fully equipped with massage facilities)

Hot spring

Outdoor hot spring observation deck "Irihi no yu"

Indoor hot spring "Diamante hot spring"

Parking lot

Equipped with private parking lot

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Access

Visitor Information

Outdoor sea hot spring. Hot water waves "Akane"

Such a stopover outdoor hot spring with a closeup view of the sea is rare in Japan.

Bathing fee: 300 Yen (Towel fee separate)

105m footbath "Hot foot 105"

"A footbath plaza of 105m inspired by the 105 degrees celcius temperature of the hot spring source.
The steaming kettle using steam from the hot spring source is also very popular amongst guests."

Usage fee: Free

History Museum of Obama, Unzen City

The museum introduces a wide range of information from the history of Obama hot springs, the era of Toji lodgings, to modernization. The permanent exhibition gallery is also very popular.

Admission fee: 100 Yen

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