Nabeya Honkan was founded as an inn in Sagara Domain in the 1800s.
All rooms boast an exquisite location looking out on the Kuma River and the remains of Hitoyoshi Castle.
The naturally-occurring hot springs are beloved by hot springs connoisseurs for being all-natural and not having artificially-added water or heat.
The authentic kaiseki course meals make use of local ingredients and are well-regarded by patrons.
The rich ingredients of the mountains and rivers of this basin region
Our creative cuisine features the freshest local vegetables,
sweetfish, and Higo beef from the area.
The rich and soft feeling of the water will have your skin feeling silky smooth when you step out.
The waters are also noted for retaining heat in the body, so you won’t quickly chill after stepping out.
Hitoyoshi is 60 minutes from Kumamoto Airport and 50 minutes from Kagoshima Airport, located at Kyushu’s most southern point.
Found in the Hitoyoshi basin, an area surrounded by Kyushu’s mountains, the area is noted for its prime hot springs location along the Kuma River.Centrally located in the Hitoyoshi and Kuma region.
This town prospered as a castle town in the Hitoyoshi-Sagara domain.
Aoi Aso Shrine, Kyushu’s sole national treasure, is found in the center of town.
In April 2015,this richly historic town was designated as a Japanese heritage
for being the most lush and rich sleeper destination in Japan produced by the 700 years of traditional and enterprise in Sagara.
Japanese heritages are those places, traditions, and properties designated by the Agency for Cultural Affairs as having a unique cultural and traditional story that conveys the local history of Japan.
These various cultural properties, whether tangible or intangible, are considered indispensable to the local history.By broadcasting this information in Japan and to the world, we aim to vitalize the local region.