From Hiyoriyama Onsen to the Kinosaki area, there is much to see and do here.
What is more, Kinosaki Marine World, popular for its dolphin and marine creature shows, is located next door to the hotel.
From seasonal flowers to regional cultural festivals, you can also take trips out to experience the region’s many attractions first hand.
●●● A marine theme park where you can see, experience, and interact with the sea ●●●
An aquarium which utilizes the Hiyoriyama Coastline’s natural topography.
Guests staying at our hotel receive a discount coupon valid for two days!
Dolphins put on a splendid show in a pool right before your very eyes.
A completely new kind of seaside playground.
Immerse yourself in the wonders of the sea.
Fun and surprises at every turn. An athletic field for sea creatures.
A sensory-based interactive aquarium which encourages visitors to do much more than just look.
A medley of dynamic jumps performed by dolphins. Wondrous illusions courtesy of sea lions.
We take visitors on a journey of discovery about life.
Fishing that even young children can enjoy. See how many fish you can catch until your line breaks.
Take the fish (horse mackerel) you caught and have them cooked as tempura. This is the place to eat during your visit to the park!
This is an aquatic museum, where the exhibits paint beautiful scenery from behind windows.
A range of original products, confectionary and marine products.
Relax and enjoy lunch or a drink in a restaurant overlooking the sea.
A designated national natural monument. Hexagonal basalt formed around 1.6 million years ago from volcanic magma to create stacks of impressive columnar joints.
*Free entry to the park
Riku, wife of Oishi Yoshio , known as the leader of the Forty-seven Ronin, was born in 1669 in present day Toyooka City.
There is a stone monument commemorating her birthplace at the side of the road leading to the front entrance of the City Library.
Set in spacious grounds, this park features open cages where you can observe oriental white storks in their natural habitat.
*Open 9:00–17:00, closed Mondays (the following day if this falls on a national holiday) and the New Year holiday season
Izushi, known as the little Kyoto of Tajima, is the perfect place to enjoy a scenic stroll around historic streets.
Highlights include Shinkoro, a wooden clock tower that has become the town’s symbol, as well as the remains of Izushi Castle. There are also many restaurants serving the town’s renowned Izushi-soba noodles.
A famous hot spring resort town frequented by many writers and artists. It is a picturesque town with seven public baths to visit and old-fashioned places of amusement.
Amarube Viaduct was rebuilt in 2010 as a concrete bridge, but three beautiful bridge piers from the original iron bridge have been preserved for posterity, and are currently being used as Sky Station, an observation facility.
A highland resort located in northern Hyogo Prefecture. In summer, you can enjoy paragliding, golf, tennis, camping, and cycling, while winter is the season of skiing and snowboarding.
From the ropeway station located at an elevation of 231 meters, you can enjoy panoramic views of Kinosaki Onsen. At the midway station, stop off and pay your respects at Onsen-ji Temple. The café at the summit is also a popular spot.