Noboribetsu Onsen is one of the most notorious hot spring resorts in Hokkaido. Its thermal waters come from Jigokudani or "Hell Valley", a name whose origin comes from the "hellish" appearance of the bubbling and boiling hot water looking like “where demons live”. From this valley, about 10,000 tons of hot springs flow daily from here directed to hotels and inns in town. This is a wonderful area not only for its hot springs but also recommended if you enjoy hiking and walking.
Located 20 minutes from JR Noboribetsu station, the hotel is surrounded by volcanic hot springs.
The rooms are furnished in traditional Japanese style with tatami mat floors, shoji screens, and tokonomas (alcove). All of them come with a TV, mini-fridge, and free welcome tea and snacks.
The hotel has 2 restaurants that serve delicious Japanese Soba noodles and Hokkaido's famous Sapporo Ramen. After dinner, enjoy one the 7 hot springs available.