Hidaji (Adult Only)

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4.36 / 5
(14 Reviews)

Welcome to Kakurean Hidaji, where the breeze carries the fragrance of olden times. Something about it just seems so nostalgic and endearing. The place your heart's been yearning for, searching for, that very scenery is right here.

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Foods

Kiyokimizu: A simple taste of the countryside handed down through time in the rich nature of Okuhida a timeless place… Reflecting the spirit of the time in each of the four seasons with preparations made using only the wealth of locally produced ingredients.
Enjoy the country food, simple yet delicate, by the hearth-side of the irori. (The cooking being season dependant is subject to change according to the seasons.)

Baths

As is a weight is taken off of your shoulders... like all the energy seeping away... let your body and soul mellow... slowly and gently let your heart relax. There are separate open-air baths, away to the riverside for men, and for ladies.
Enjoy moments of bliss... as you are healed by the sound of the slowing river.


Access

36.222852 137.531853

687 Fukuchi Okuhidaonsenkyo Takayama,Gifu,506-1434,JAPAN
When arriving by road:
From Tokyo:
· Chūō · Nagano-jidōsha to Matsumoto I.C. to R158 (Awa tunnel) to Hirayuonsen to Fukujionsen.

From Osaka, Nagoya:
· Meishin Expressway to Ichinomiya-JCT to Tōkai-Hokuriku Expressway to Hida-Kiyomi IC to Takayama City to R158 to Hirayuonsen to Fukujionsen.
When arriving by public transport:
From Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya:
· Tōkaidō Shinkansen to Nagoya to "Takayama Main Line" to Takayama to "Densei Bus" to Fukujionsen.

Reviews

14 Reviews
4.36 /5
4.67
profshin
The place is so quiet, true to its name of 'Kakurean' (hideaway resort), and as a resort it leaves nothing left to be desired. I felt the dishes were very good as well, with the mountainous vegetables as the main focus. Not wanting anything extravagant, the food really appealed to the sense of simplicity and receiving straight from the earth. Although I didn't try out the baths apart from the one attached to the room, I feel that the onsens were quite good. + More
Aug 2017
1.83
Ponta66
There was no place to sit back and relax, I felt pretty tired.
2017/05/01
4.83
Genki-kun
Having suddenly got a break, I looked up onsen resorts that serve some delicious food and finally made a reservation here. Shinhotaka Ropeway and Mount Hotaka with snow still remaining, after visiting Mount Yari and others, I came here. It has a traditional-old-home feel which was quite calming. The common bathing place did not have a washing place, but the room's bathroom had Hinoki scent shampoo and body soap. There's also two rows for showers and washing places. There are two communal baths that can be reserved from night to morning. All rooms have an attached open-air bath, and not many guests were there at the time, I was able to relax quite nicely. After the bath, you can have milk (you can choose from coffee milk, fruit milk). At the entrance there's deer and bear fur laid, it was quite fun. I also went to an early market in the morning and got myself some warabi. Even though it was May, you could hear the Lesser cuckoos singing, there were dandelion seeds flying in the breeze, and young sprouting cherry leaves, and I was able to fully enjoy the feeling of being in a mountain village. Even the staff was so polite and friendly it was quite a wholesome experience. I'd love to come stay again. + More
2017/05/02
4.67
Norabozu
Wanting to go to a snow onsen place, I decided to go there. On the day of my arrival, there was basically no snow there. But from the night onwards to the next day it turned into a snowy white world, and the view from the room's open-air bath was amazing. The room was sufficiently spacious, and with the kotatsu and the heated floors the place felt very cozy. The temperature and quality of the water in the open-air bath of the room and it's size were very good. It was a bath that made me want to just stay there. The season being cold, it was a bit unfortunate that the large bath didn't have an indoor bath, and that it was for reservation in the morning. The dinner by the hearth-side was very tasty, and thanks to the pleasant and courteous staff, I was eble to have a great relaxing time. + More
2016/12/01
4.33
noti
Since we'd gotten a family holiday after a long while, we decided to take this chance and go before the snow fell. It' actually quite a far way from Kansai, but I felt quite relieved thanks to the warm reception that we got and the nice service of the staff. The amenities could use some improvement, although the bathroom was very clean and felt nice. The room had a sunken-kotatsu, and just simply gazing at the scenery outside and just letting your mind drift, and each day was just full of happiness and an easy lifestyle without a regard for time. We had our meals in a private dining room very comfortably. The variety and the quantity was quite abundant, and the balance between the mountainous herbs, vegetables, meat and fish was brilliant. I'd heard that Hida-beef contains a lot of oil, but it turned out to be quite easy to eat with just the perfect amount of fat. In our family, we mostly like lean meat and so we don't often have the sirloin parts, but this year end, we were like "Let's try out Hida-beef"! The bedding was also quite to our liking, especially the pillows were so nice that we all slept soundly. It was such a nice feeling being in a quiet mountain village in the evening in our warm indoors with the pleasant sound of the onsens, so good. And oh! Drinking fresh mountain water after a bath, it's just perfect, so tasty ^ ^ There's just one thing that bothered me a bit. Maybe it's because we had the room closest to the reception, but even past 11 o'clock at night, you could hear people chatting and the sound of occasional footsteps, it was a bit noisy. Finally, after midnight, most of the chatter went quiet, kinda unfortunate I guess. Since the whole environment is so quiet, it made all that noise from the people stand out more. It's not like we couldn't sleep though. If we could find some family time again, we'd love to come to this resort once more. Thank you for everything. We appreciate it a lot. + More
2016/11/01
noti
At the time of check in, I was a little dissatisfied with the things not mentioned on the information brochure that I'd received. Simply not understanding what facilities the rooms have and how to use them, like not knowing whether there was a fridge, a resort information guide, tissue papers or not was confusing. And having arrived early, and not having much to do, I ended up just having a dring outside. When I came back and decided to change my clothes, I found the resort-info guide, writing instruments and tissue paper inside the closet, and I found out that they had a bag-style fridge. It's be nice if they could at least have the resort info guide be provided to you right at the desk. The bath was an indoor-open-air, and the open-air bath was a bit on the smaller side and the water was lukewarm. Upon receiving a phone call warning us in advance about the snowfall freezing, having prepared for it was the right thing to do. The next day, the mountain part that wasn't on the road was totally white. We appreciate the consideration of the resort. We were so satisfied with the food there (especially breakfast), that we couldn't finish it. + More
4.17
Keihan
At the time of check in, I was a little dissatisfied with the things not mentioned on the information brochure that I'd received. Simply not understanding what facilities the rooms have and how to use them, like not knowing whether there was a fridge, a resort information guide, tissue papers or not was confusing. And having arrived early, and not having much to do, I ended up just having a dring outside. When I came back and decided to change my clothes, I found the resort-info guide, writing instruments and tissue paper inside the closet, and I found out that they had a bag-style fridge. It's be nice if they could at least have the resort info guide be provided to you right at the desk. The bath was an indoor-open-air, and the open-air bath was a bit on the smaller side and the water was lukewarm. Upon receiving a phone call warning us in advance about the snowfall freezing, having prepared for it was the right thing to do. The next day, the mountain part that wasn't on the road was totally white. We appreciate the consideration of the resort. We were so satisfied with the food there (especially breakfast), that we couldn't finish it. + More
2016/11/01
4.5
Ice coffee
Having been to Okuhida Onsens a number of times, Fukujionsen is really on a whole new level of rustic simplicity compared to that. There also being 'Notomakuri Tegata', and having been to other resorts with open-air baths, the rare indoor foot onsen (ashiyu) was quite a delight. Hidaji is a place with simple rooms and courtesy, and that's exactly what felt so heartwarming and pleasant. The food there was presented without putting on an act, it was the resort's very own original creations which suited even us elderly people. Also, the food and the vessels were a perfect match. And not following the recent trend of explaining the food items at length, my husband liked how the staff politely answerd only when asked. We were highly satisfied. Still, we were caught off guard at the time of payment when we realized that they do not accept cards. I did not notice it at the time of reservation and so I got a little panicky. + More
2016/10/01
4.5
Kobe no Kenji
The room's open-air bath was a rock-bath with source-drawn hot spring water, not found at other inns, that was the best. Even the room bath was quite nice and had this healing effect with the soothing scent of hinoki. Just that the food was a bit spicy for us people from Kansai. My knees and back was hurting, so it was unfortunate that the room didn't have any chairs in it. Maybe a western style bed would have been nicer. The staff's service was also great, and the place was very quiet and calming. It was a bit far from Kobe by car, but I'd love to come again. We had a great marriage anniversary there. Thank you. + More
2016/09/01
4.83
Kelly 71
It was my second time at Fujikionsen. It was the first time staying here at this inn, but it was very satisfying. We were able to relax quite nicely, thanks to the consistent customer service. The rooms were spacious and very clean. The open-air bath was also very spacious and cozy and it felt great. The meals were very tasty, but the volume was a bit too much and we ad to leave some over. The only thing is that the speed at which they kept serving was a tad too fast, and we couldn't eat relaxingly. The ashiyu-onsen and the morning market nearby were also nice, I'd love to come again. + More
2016/08/01
4.33
wifi Taro
The whole place had this nostalgic warm feeling to it, like the lobby with a high ceiling and huge old wooden joists, or the Shinshu countryside food by the irori-hearth. Even the service was very warm. It's just that in the room's bath or in the chartered bath, the water didn't have this scent of freshness to it. I'm not sure why. Maybe the source is a bit far? That was the only concerning bit. + More
2016/06/01
5
Hotel Explore
We were able to enjoy the rustic atmosphere, having our meals by the irori-hearth. It actually felt quite luxurious as the meals were tasty and even the table-ware was very nice. With heated flooring, air purifiers, heated towl racks etc. the facilities were perfect. All rooms have their own hinoki bath and an open-air bath. The communal bath, can be reserved at a certain time of the day, and there's no time limit for that. Such good food and facilities for such a low price, it's totally worth it. I'd definitely like to come again. + More
2016/04/01
5
Norakura Nitohei
This time, I made a booking after finding a nice value plan before the holidays. I almost always go for a western-Japanese style room, but after a long time I once again opted for a Japanese-style room. I had a really comfortable stay in there. The attached open-air bath was also of a good size, and I was able to relax nicely. In addition, the meals were delicious both for dinner breakfast and I was extremely satisfied with my stay. The next time I'm around in Hida, I'd like to come here for a stay. + More
2015/09/01
4.33
goody_kazuo
It's a small little resort. The open-air bath from where you can enjoy the sounds of the water and the trees in the wind was the best. The sizes of the rooms and the baths seemed perfect for us couple. The meals were of good volume, and we were happy to have the local earth grown foods. The meals and the room weren't extravagant, and we were able to relax very satisfyingly. For meals even though they can be cooked over the irori-hearth, it would be nice to have a small grill or mesh, the iwana char or the gohei-mochi would be even better if hotter, perhaps. It's all tasty country style food here, so it may not be what people who are expecting fancy food want. After the meal, they left a pot with mountain water in the room. That was some really tasty water. We were a bit disappointed with the liquor at meal time, it wasn't what we were expecting. It'd be good if they could have a better selected sake instead. + More
2015/08/01

Information

Check-in Time
From 2:00pm to 5:00pm
Check-out Time
Until 11:00am
Tax / Service Charge
Bathing tax (150 yen per adult) is not included.
Credit cards accepted at this property
Credit card is NOT accepted at this ryokan. Please pay by cash.
Children
Children are NOT allowed.
Pets
Pets are NOT allowed.
Parking
Free of charge of guests/ Available time from 2pm to 11am (next day)/Parking space for 12 cars
Other policies & conditions
*Credit cards are not available on onsite payment.Please pay by cash.

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