Jozankei Tsuruga Resort Spa Mori No Uta is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Minami, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Rooms at Jozankei Tsuruga Resort Spa Mori No Uta offer a refrigerator and air conditioning providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
A hot tub and free breakfast will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Jozankei Tsuruga Resort Spa Mori No Uta, free parking is available.
Nearby landmarks such as Jozankei Dam Downstream Garden (1.4 mi) and Sapporo Lake Daiichi Obesevatory (1.8 mi) make Jozankei Tsuruga Resort Spa Mori No Uta a great place to stay when visiting Minami.
Guests of Jozankei Tsuruga Resort Spa Mori No Uta can find Gakenoue (0.6 mi) a short walk from the hotel when they are feeling hungry and looking for a bite to eat.
During your visit, be sure to check out Jozangensen Park (0.3 mi), which is a popular attraction within walking distance of the hotel.
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Relaxing and Comfortable! Find it and enjoy it. Enjoy the room that offers the Spa. Spent one night here. Took a trip to visit the Hoheikyo Dam as was recommended so went to see it - Pls don’t waste you time touring this place was a waste of time - still trying to figure why I opted for a visit to this place!!!
Rooms: We ordered Deluxe Japanese-Western-Style Rooms and enjoyed the time here. The rooms are cozy and comfortable. Food: There are multiple options for buffer style dinner, such as Japanese cuisine, Chinese cuisine and Italian food. Food here is fresh and delicious. Other information: Chinese and English are also available at reception. There are convenience stores near the hotel, just walking for about 5 minutes. (Lawson, Family Mart) Comments: In my opinions, on the whole, this hotel worths visiting and staying.
Rented the cabin with the private onsen for 2 nights. Was very nice during winter and you get a lot of privacy (though that also means view is only a small portion of the sky.) The surrounding area has a few spots to walk to but the few we did were nothing special. The buffet has many choices so there is something for everyone. There was more than enough things in English there to get by. At night you can roast marshmallows in the common area and we were the only group there doing it. Also tried the public bath in the late night and there was only one other person in there showering off. It was very big and it had a nice view of the night sky.
A truly beautiful experience. Jozankei is a small hot springs town approx 45 minutes away from Sapporo. A must do itinerary. Skiing in Hirafu and a hot springs getaway to sooth the muscles. A beautiful hotsprings resort. This resort has a combination of mass market rooms and also private cottages with private outdoor onsen. This ensures the benefits of a huge main complex with a large onsen facilities, and a professional restaurant area. Yet the private cottages offers the best of romance in privacy. The outdoor private onsen is so beautiful. Hotsprings in the Hokkaido snow is a joy!! Highly professional staff and there is a well stock mini mart Marshmallow sessions at 7 pm and Harp performance at 8 pm and during the day, one can walk around the town with multiple foot hotsprings and a sovernir store etc. Definitely my personal top 3 resorts in the world. Yes , truly great hospitality experience…
This is a beautiful establishment which is exclude a calming warm ambience. We just spent 2 nights 28 Nov-30 Nov at Mori no uta. This is my family’s 2nd visit after our stay last year. This is a quality hotel with that special Japanese hospitality. When I emailed in advance about booking the free hotel shuttle incoming from Mamokanai Station, they enquired about helping me reserve transport for my departure. I emailed back to inform them I will be taking the public local Donan bus to my next stop. I did not think much about it but when I checked in the Front desk lady brought this up, had prepared and shared Donan timing, direction and rates with me. She offered to make reservation with the local bus for me, and the next day came back with handwritten instructions for me to pass to the Donan bus driver. The care and hospitality went on. It snowed quite a bit and I was worried how my family is going to make a walk about 100 m down a slippery icy slop, to the main road bus stop. The same front desk lady did my checkout, and told me without my asking, that she will arrange to “walk” me down to the bus stop as the snow is heavy. I realised later, about 3 hotel staff, help load our luggage into a van, and drove us 100 m to the bus stop.This is the kind of care Mori offered on my last and current visit. The food tasted great, good quality. the view from the restaurant looked out to a beautiful forest snow scene (enchantingly illuminated). The complimentary mashmellow in the hotel lobby kept my 10yo and 12 yo engaged for 2 hours while my wife and I enjoy the lounge harp concert( again with beautiful snowing backdrop). Onsen was good, big indoor pools, also with 2 or 3 outdoor poolsand overall we had another great relaxing stay. Did a poll and my family unanimously agreed again...we will visit again.…
We were a group of four adults booked into one big room with two single beds and two tatami. The room was clean and spacious. They opened the tatami in the evening for us. Hotel is located at one end of town but town is very small. There was free parking for our car. Hotel has a Putonghua speaking staff Mr. Tsoa who was helpful. The hotel has onsen, a bar and a musician who performed in the lobby lounge twice a day. Buffet dinner and breakfast were included in the hotel price. Food was acceptable but not great; nothing compared with same hotel chain in Onuma Park. A big deer appeared in the garden when we where having breakfast which was fun. I believe this hotel should be one of the better choice in town due to the good service.
We chanced upon Jozankei Tsuruga Resort online whilst searching for a proper hot spring hotel in Hokkaido. We followed the GPS and found our way quite easily to the hotel. Those who drive do take note that the actual entrance to turn into the hotel is a small entrance with stone clearing. The resort is located in the forested area of Sapporo, there is a high chance your room will come with a splendid view of the forests. We stayed in a spacious Deluxe room which had a western styled bathroom. The hotel is cosy and comfortable. There is live musical performance at the main hall where there is a huge cast iron hearth. You can roast marshmallows there. The hot spring facilities are clean and well maintained. It is segregated by gender. Food choices are rather limited but the team is warm and friendly. I do recommend it as a good hotel to soak in the hot spring nightly and unwind amidst Hokkaido's natural wonders.…
We like: Beautiful hotel design, evening fireplace marshmallow bbq, harp concert, welcome drink (tea) in special glassware with wooden stands inside the room, cute dinning chairs with different animals, good English-speaking hostess explaining the hotel facilities and services, quiet and clean onsen baths with hot stone sauna, very good food and varieties made with local ingredients, pillow galley, easy shuttle service next to the Makomanai station. We also tried the facial and massage treatment. Friendly service. Great way to end the day after soaking at the onsen. Bonus: a deer family passed by the trail next to the restaurant during dinner Not so like: fairly late checkin and early checkout time. Rest is wonderful.
This is wonderful hotel with 5 stars services. We booked with breakfast and dinner buffet. The buffet was a huge varieties , we love the food as very fresh. Room is very comfortable and huge with autumn view. Onsen was good. Lobby was beautiful with fire place.
We came to this resort for our honeymoon. We reserved 4 nights, but we only stayed for 1 as the hotel was terrible. The whole thing smells of must, mold and mildew. The food is not edible. Worst of all the service is rude and not accommodating. You’re better off with a stay-cation than coming here.