Arrival
Departure
adult
Primary school students high school years
Primary school year
Infants (food and clothing)
Infants (meals only)
Infant (futon only)
Infants (no meals / futon)
Rooms

Reservation

Arrival
Departure
adult
Primary school students high school years
Primary school year
Infants (food and clothing)
Infants (meals only)
Infant (futon only)
Infants (no meals / futon)
Rooms

Sakura
late March to early April - Sonochi central square.
Azaleas
from mid-April to mid-May – Promenade.
Wisteria
from late April to early May – Promenade.
wisteria
See the beautiful, colorful wisteria trellis and tower.
Okudogo Yuzakura Festival
"Enjoy Okudogo Yuzakura Festival and dynamic cedar blooming across the mountains and in the garden.
Do not miss the cherry blossoms."

Sakura
late March to early April - Sonochi central square.
Azaleas
from mid-April to mid-May – Promenade.
Wisteria
from late April to early May – Promenade.
wisteria
See the beautiful, colorful wisteria trellis and tower.
Okudogo Yuzakura Festival
"Enjoy Okudogo Yuzakura Festival and dynamic cedar blooming across the mountains and in the garden.
Do not miss the cherry blossoms."

Satsuki Exhibition
from Mid May to Early June - Inner Park Square
Fresh green foliage
May - August - Mount Sugito.
Satsuki Okudo Festival
early summer - one of the best in western Japan.
Over 100 kinds of flowers in more than 1,000 bowls!
Delightful garden pool
Delightful garden pool, Okudogi Onsen Yuyu is available for the summer only.

Satsuki Exhibition
from Mid May to Early June - Inner Park Square
Fresh green foliage
May - August - Mount Sugito.
Satsuki Okudo Festival
early summer - one of the best in western Japan.
Over 100 kinds of flowers in more than 1,000 bowls!
Delightful garden pool
Delightful garden pool, Okudogi Onsen Yuyu is available for the summer only.

Chrysanthemum exhibition
Early November to late November - Inner Square garden.
Autumn leaves
late November to early December throughout Okudo.
Autumn leaves
"From the hotel lobby and outdoor bath, along the walking trails and in the park
you can see the autumn leaves spreading across the mountain."
Okudogo Flower Show
A major autumn chrysanthemum exhibition and seasonal tradition.

Chrysanthemum exhibition
Early November to late November - Inner Square garden.
Autumn leaves
late November to early December throughout Okudo.
Okudogo Flower Show
A major autumn chrysanthemum exhibition and seasonal tradition.
Autumn leaves
"From the hotel lobby and outdoor bath, along the walking trails and in the park
you can see the autumn leaves spreading across the mountain."

It was believed that a serpent lived in this fountain, becoming a beautiful girl at night and seducing passersby with the clear blue leaves and taking their lives.
Legend has it that a Castle owner and his companions waited in hiding at the lake overnight to confront and kill the beautiful girl when she appeared on the water, whereupon they saw her change into the serpent as it sank into a whirlpool.
The next morning, the dead body of a serpent floated on the lake, its blood continuing to flow for three days and three nights. After that, the beautiful siren was never seen again.
While feeling far away, please enjoy the moment in exploring "Wakugafuchi".
While feeling far away, please enjoy the moment in exploring "Wakugafuchi". Deeply hued fuchsia and pure flowing water await you.
As a footnote, the serpent's skull, and the story, were passed down by the Miyoshi family. As the Oku-dogo development project progressed, it was transferred from the Miyoshi family, and a shrine established to the dragon princess of Okudogo Onsen.

It was believed that a serpent lived in this fountain, becoming a beautiful girl at night and seducing passersby with the clear blue leaves and taking their lives.
Legend has it that a Castle owner and his companions waited in hiding at the lake overnight to confront and kill the beautiful girl when she appeared on the water, whereupon they saw her change into the serpent as it sank into a whirlpool.
The next morning, the dead body of a serpent floated on the lake, its blood continuing to flow for three days and three nights. After that, the beautiful siren was never seen again.
While feeling far away, please enjoy the moment in exploring "Wakugafuchi".
While feeling far away, please enjoy the moment in exploring "Wakugafuchi". Deeply hued fuchsia and pure flowing water await you.
As a footnote, the serpent's skull, and the story, were passed down by the Miyoshi family. As the Oku-dogo development project progressed, it was transferred from the Miyoshi family, and a shrine established to the dragon princess of Okudogo Onsen.