Welcome to Kaga-hyakumangoku
Kaga Hyakumangoku is an onsen-ryokan in the Yamashiro Onsen Resort, located about 4 hours and 40 minutes by Shinkansen and train from Tokyo station.
It offers guests a laid-back, relaxing time with its authentic Japanese rock garden, beautiful all year round, as well as seasonal dishes prepared with local ingredients.
Free shuttle bus between
and Kaga Hyakumangoku available
Free shuttle bus service available between JR Kaga-Onsen station.
Advance booking is required to ride the shuttle, please feel free to contact us.
|Departure time from Kaga-Onsen Station||14:00 / 14:30 / 15:00 / 16:30 / 17:30|
Inquire via telephone
100% natural-source hot springs with a panoramic outside view
Soak in hot spring water that comes directly from the source in Kaga.
Take your time and enjoy the bath.
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A relaxing space,
a comfortable moment
Guest rooms, including authentic Japanese rooms unique to Kaga Hyakumangoku,
await your visit. Enjoy a tranquil moment away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Strictly selected ingredients, seasonal and fresh local foods
Enjoy the flavors of Japanese Kaiseki cuisine cooked expertly by our head chef with fresh local ingredients that vary by season.
You won’t find these elegantly plated dishes anywhere but Kaga Hyakumangoku.
Parcel Delivery Service
|Check-in / Check-out||14:00 / 11:00|
|The total number of rooms||224 rooms|
|Parking||Free parking lot
Up to 200 cars / 20 large buses
|Facilities||Restaurant/Karaoke room/Large communal bath/Open-air bath/Sauna/Spa&Gym/Shops/Lounge/
Banquet room/Vending machines
|Service||Free Wi-Fi / Parcel Delivery Service|
|Credit cards||VISA, JCB, American Express, UC, DC, NICOS|
See and experience traditional local crafts at Kaga Hyakumangoku.
Kaga Yuzen Kimono fabrics and traditional handmade Japanese umbrellas welcome guests in the lobby.
The Yamashiro Yumehiroba theater features events and performances.
See, touch, experience, and learn the history of Kaga Hyakumangoku
In the Edo period, the Kaga domain was known as "Kaga Hyakumangoku” (which means “a yield of one million koku of rice”).
Enjoy a tour of the hot springs while learning about its history and culture.
A recreation oasis for Kaga locals.
Find confections made of local ingredients here.
Iroha Soan, the past abode of Rosanjin
The place where renowned artist and gourmet Rosanjin Kitaoji resided for half a year from the autumn of the 4th year of the Taisho period (1915).
Kaga-Boucha tea is served in the lobby.
A shop that has been refurbished from a storehouse built in the Meiji era.
Kutani ware by local artists as well as Yamanaka lacquer work and normal bowls are sold here.
Kutani ware experience gallery CoCo
An antenna shop for Kutani ware and sightseeing located in the center of the onsen town.
Guests can try out overglaze painting for themselves at this shop.
See the fish living in the sea near the Noto Peninsula.
There are also events such as sea otter feedings, penguin walks, and a look into the world of lights and sounds of the red sea bream.
Keta Grand Shrine
This Grand Shrine dates back to the Nara era.
This shrine is a popular spot for matchmaking.