Kinosaki Onsen's founding hot spring inn. Composed of tradition, hot springs, and wooden structures creating the theme of a Grand Old Wooden Inn.
Dinner and breakfast included
Established in the first reigning year of Yourou (A.D.617). This well-established and veteran inn's founder was also the ancestor of Kinosaki Onsen's founder.
A charm of this inn is that three of the seven famous Kinosaki open-air hot springs are all within a 3 minute walk.
The inn's purely unique Japanese wooden structural physique adds a defining visual attraction to the house lined street it sits on.
All guest rooms are designed after traditional Japanese tea-ceremony rooms, giving a sense of refined charm to the rooms.
The menu changes monthly, using carefully selected fresh ingredients to create the perfect cuisines for our guests.
Crab hot pot is our most popular cuisine served for a limited time only from November to March.
** Plan Details ** -Dinner: In Japan, hot pot is a very popular cuisine during winter. Amongst hot pot cuisine, crab hot pot is the most loved. Here at Koman, crab hot pot entails that each guest is served an entire crab in a specially-made white soy sauce dashi base. Afterwards, finish things up with our crab zosui (rice soup). Also includes an aperitif, appetizer, boiled crab, sashimi, pickled vegetables, and fruit. -Breakfast: Breakfast uses a variety of local Tajima ingredients. Tofu, Japanese omelet, Sliced konjac, Locally dried fish, Japanese selected dishes, Vegetable salad, Miso soup, Rice, Pickled vegetables * The menu is subject to change. * Amenities for both men and women are provided in our ryokan's large hot spring baths. * Private hot spring baths can be reserved for free.
An example of breakfast.
An example of Japanese-style rooms. All rooms include restrooms and hair dryers.
Breakfast and dinner are served in your room.
** NOTE: Please finish check-in at 6pm at the latest.**