An affiliated inn of Harataki, Konjakutei is a beautiful hideaway for travelers. The large baths are abundantly sourced with hot water piped directly from Konjakutei's own hot spring source, ensuring guests can enjoy good quality hot spring water every time they bathe.

The daily menu prepared by Konjakutei's chef is one of the biggest draws of the ryokan hotel. From early summer, when the outdoor restaurant Waterside Dining Kawadoko opens , guests can enjoy exquisite meals surrounded by sparkling lights, the sound of the nearby stream, and a pleasant breeze. Visitors are sure to enjoy the special Japanese course menu served at Kawadoko.

Venue Details

Venue Details

Harataki/Konjakutei Reservation Center

(+81) 242‐26‐4126


Accommodation details

Capacity: 25 rooms (Accommodating 110 guests)

Room styles: Japanese style / Combination style / Twin

Room charge: One night with two meals: From 16,950 (Tax incl.)

Check in / Check out: 14:00 / 11:00

Meals: Japanese-style course dining

Hot springs: Sulfate hot spring

Pets: No

Related infoFacilities: Café/Bar
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Access Details
Access247 Yumoto, Higashiyama-machi, Aizu-Wakamatsu City, Fukushima Pref. 965-0814
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Getting there

By Car: 20 min from Aizu-Wakamatsu I.C. exit off the Ban-etsu Expressway

By Train: 20 min via town loop bus from Aizu-Wakamatsu Station (JR Ban-etsu West Line)


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Cultural Experiences

Tsukimigaoka Chomin Center

Tsukimigaoka Chomin Center (a town hall-turned-hotel which is only a 20-minute walk from Aizu Yanaizu Station) is known for their famous sauce katsudon lunch. This dish contains fried pork cutlet and a simple egg omelet on rice which is covered with a savory sauce that simply melts in your mouth. There are other places in Yanaizu that serve the katsudon dish as well, but according to local opinion, the katsudon at Yanaizu Chomin Center is hard to beat. Why not stop by and fill your stomach before taking in the other local sights? There are even some great shared hot spring baths, which can be enjoyed as day visit onsen. There are plenty of nearby attractions. Enjoy your time hiking or fishing or at the nearby Kiyoshi Saito Museum of Art or the beautiful and serene Enzoji Temple. Kiyoshi Saito Museum of Art houses works by esteemed woodblock artist Kiyoshi Saito and the beautiful works he created throughout his lifetime. At the Enzoji Temple experience tranquility and nature, also learn about the origin legend of the akabeko, the nodding red cow famous in the area. And only a 15-minute drive away you can look at the No. 1 Tadami River Bridge View Spot; this bridge offers a spectacular sight of the Tadami River and the surrounding nature.

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Outdoor Activities

Watersports at S.A.Y (Lake Inawashiro)

A wakeboard shop located on the northwest shore of Lake Inawashiro in Fukushima Prefecture. It offers easy access from the Kanto region, bypassing major traffic congestion. Individuals and beginners are welcome. A specialized beginner's course is available, allowing even first-timers to enjoy their time on the water, and all necessary equipment can be rented. Bookings can be made even for 1 person. Why not spend a day enjoying the beautiful, clear waters of Lake Inawashiro, one of the most breathtaking lakes in Japan?

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