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Various facilities and services are available at the hotel so that you can enjoy our comfortable accommodations to the fullest. We welcome all visitors with the same hospitality we have been known for since our beginning.
Visit the gallery featuring works by woodblock printer Shiko Munakata, have a look at the artworks that are exhibited in the lobby, or enjoy a game of shogi or go. Coffee, black tea, shiitake mushroom tea, plum kelp tea, as well as daily health tea recommendations such as onion tea or neem tea are available at the free drink corner.
A café terrace that features a foot bath with a large turtle ornament can be found on the first floor. Change into a yukata, and gaze at the changing expressions of the Mikuma River as you soak your feet.
The souvenir shop has a wide selection of products, including many items that are only found in Oita Prefecture in Kyushu, unconventionally shaped Japanese-style cookies from Tenryo Hita, as well as other local items from Hita. Make sure to stop by if you plan on buying souvenirs.
Many colorful yukatas as well as wooden clogs are available for rental to our overnight guests. We also offer a dressing service (300 yen).
Yukatas with stylish color arrangements are also available for men.
Coffee, black tea, shiitake mushroom tea, plum kelp tea, onion tea, neem tea, as well as different health teas are available to all our overnight guests at the free drink corner on the first floor. You are also welcome to take your drink back to your room.
Sake, snacks, ice cream, etc., are also available in the lobby on the first floor for 500 yen. Various cocktails, beer, Japanese sake, etc., can be purchased at a self-service corner.
Next to the large bath is a room equipped with vending machines, massage chairs, a television, and sofas, where you are welcome to relax after taking a bath.
The parking lot can accommodate 40 cars and five large buses. Guests coming by car to Kizantei Hotel are welcome to use it.
A charging station for electric vehicles is available 24 hours a day, not only to our guests, but to anyone who may need to use it.
Houseboats and cormorant fishing are elegant forms of river entertainment that boast a long history. They were once considered as one of the finest pastimes by the prefectural governors in the Tenryo era.
In the summer, cormorant fishing can be watched while enjoying a banquet on a houseboat that can accommodate between two and forty people.Come watch the skills of the fishermen, who use cormorants and the glow of flames to catch fish, and experience a memorable moment on a lively houseboat. (May 20 to October 31)