Kyoto Hot Spring
Hatoya Zuihokaku is
a Japanese hotel located near Kyoto Station
that offers private natural hot spring baths.
In order for our guests to
fully experience Kyoto,
we have carefully refined our facilities,
and our staff confidently offer services
with a focus on Japanese 'omotenashi' hospitality.
Come and savor Kyoto cuisine
and the natural hot springs
we pride ourselves on,
while experiencing an atmosphere
that combines the warmth
of both Japanese and the Western.
802 Minamifudodo-cho, Nishinotoin-dori Shiokoji-sagaru, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto
Not simply divided into Japanese and western rooms, our Japanese modern rooms incorporate the charm of Japanese tatami flooring with the functionality of western facilities.
These warm and inviting spaces have been carefully designed down to the very last light.
Hatoya's Kyoto courses feature locally-grown Kyoto vegetables and top quality ingredients sourced from around Japan.
The bright and spacious interior lets you fully savor the charming flavors of Kyoto.
In addition to our 'kaiseki' course menu, we also offer a regular lunch menu, hot pot dishes, Kyoto sweets and more.
Lunch hours: 11:30 to 14:30 (last order at 14:00)
Dinner hours: 17:00 to 22:00 (last order at 21:30)
Our private hot spring baths are the only natural hot springs
located in the Kyoto Station area.
Surrounded by the fragrance of wood,
enjoy a moment of luxury while gazing out upon the mountains of Kyoto.
Higashiyama Bath (Rocky type)
The Higashiyama Bath is an 'iwa-no-yu' type bath where the spring wells up from the bathtub floor. Enjoy the extraordinary relaxation this space offers.
At the Higashiyama Bath, you can view intricate wall paintings of cherry blossoms and autumn leaves from the artist Hideki Kimura.
Nishiyama Bath (Wooden type)
The Nishiyama Bath is a 'ki-no-yu' type wooden bath.
Surrounded by steam and the fragrance of wood, this bath loosens muscles for the entire body. The spring water moistly conforms to the skin, gently washing away your daily fatigue, so you can enjoy a moment of luxury while experiencing the charm of Kyoto. At the Nishiyama Bath, you can view the intricate wall paintings of gourds and sacred bamboo from the artist Hideki Kimura.
Our Natural Hot Springs
Our large bath uses natural hot springs welling up from 910m below our hotel. We are the only natural hot springs that you can enjoy in the Kyoto Station area. Hydrogen carbonate hot springs are generally referred to as 'bihada-no-yu' for their skin beautifying effects, and chloride springs as 'atatamari-no-yu' for their body-warming properties.