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Enjoy both onsen and cuisine!
Long hours relaxation course
100 % natural hot spring water flowing freely into 8 different baths.
Wouldn’t want to miss out the onsen or the cuisine, would you?
Jigoku mushi is a method of cooking with steam,
a long tradition of Kan’nawa Onsen
Steamed dishes are gifts from earth Steam from the hot springs warms up your body and soul
In Beppu, hot springs are called Jigoku meaning hell, and cooking with steam from the hot springs is called Jigoku mushi. You are welcomed to enjoy Jigoku mushi dishes that were carefully steamed on Jigoku gama stoves at Hyotan Onsen.
Heat of the steam from the onsen is definitely a gift from earth. Jigoku mushi is recognized as a good way to bring the best flavors out of the ingredients, these special dishes have been handed down through the years. Diners give a voice of wonder, “Vegetables are unbelievably sweet!” Fresh steamed local dishes warm your heart and body. Hyotan Onsen’s Jigoku Mushi kitchen provides an authentic experience of cooking with Jigoku stove.
- JIGOKU MUSHI
Forget about time, take it easy
It would be awesome to have a drink while your body is warmed up!
We provide a spacious restaurant Yurari which is over 50 square meters, there is also a rest area where guests can relax by wearing yukata, or kimono bathrobes, which feels like being on a short vacation. Enjoy precious time with your friends and family while relishing Oita’s local cuisines and sake.