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☆Sanyoan The name Sanyoan comes from the great educator Sanyo Tsuchiya, a mentor of the Tokachi and Obihiro region's pioneering forefather Benzo Yoda. Tsuchiya believed in an old Chinese teaching that says farmers should study by reading between stints of farm work, particularly at three specific times (sanyo in Japanese, lit. "Three extra times"), i.E., In winter, at night and on rainy days. He even changed his first name to Sanyo and advocated the importance of this teaching. These three times can be considered to represent affluence of the mind. Sanyoan offers the same quality time and space that these periods would provide. ☆Hot Spring Botanical moor hot springs are found only in two places in the world. This type of spring contains more organic botanical nutrients than mineral components, it is referred to as a botanical hot spring. It contains sodium chloride and bicarbonate making it a weak alkaline, hypotonic, high-temperature spring. Such springs are known as spas for beauty because of the skin smoothening and moisturizing effects provided by their rich natural moisturizer content. ☆A free shuttle service is available between Sanyoan and JR Obihiro Station/Tokachi-Obihiro Airport. Please feel free to ask for more information. * Note that shuttle services do not run regularly; reservations should be made by the day before arrival/departure.
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Blessed with crisp blue skies, we had a marvelous time. I don’t profess to be an onsen expert, but here’s what made this place memorable for me: - The huge lawn at the back of the hotel where we relaxed in the morning sun. Leaves were turning autumnal red and a squirrel was
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A short stay of 2 nights (went just before the earthquake). Sipping free wine on its bar, while watching rain pattering gently on leaves over the pasture was soothing. With less than 15 rooms, it felt like we were special guests invited to a private mansion. Both breakfast
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We spent 1 night in the room 252 that has a very peaceful and beautiful garden view with private onsen. The room also decorated nicely. This hotel is connect to the Daiichi Takachigawa onsen that is very big and have very big public onsen and nice bridge view. We like the
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We were welcomed the moment we arrived. We were more than surprised by how nice the atmosphere is. The place immediately feels like home. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The public bath is slightly small but I shared it with only one person once. Their bathroom
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This hotel has 2 wings, and smaller wing only has 11~12 rooms. The room I had was fairly roomy with a small entrance area, then a sitting area, then the bed room. The room design is very present, felt relaxing the moment you entered. There was also a nice touch of having a CD
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"Any rooms should be nice"
"Japanese room if you can"
"go to the website and choose the exact room you want as they all have different layouts"
"There are 4 rooms with balconies, which makes it a nice place to hang on a cool breezy night"
"Clean and good service."
US$550 - US$872 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
JapanHokkaidoOtofuke-choTokachigawa Onsen
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