Built by the famed master fisherman Yoichi with the wealth he amassed in the herring trade, the Ginrinsou Overnight Onsen has since become a Designated Historic Landmark of Otaru City. First constructed in 1873, then moved to its present location in 1938, this traditional Japanese inn at the top of Cape Hiraiso offers guests a sweeping view of Ishikari Bay. Enjoy an open-air bath, cuisine made from local seafood, and a beautifully preserved traditional interior accented with modern comforts. Despite weathering the harsh northern climate for over a century, the Ginrinsou Overnight Onsen maintains its remarkable beauty in the present day.
Ginrinsou Overnight Onsen
1-1-13 Sakura, Otaru, Hokkaido