●From Osaka direction Take the Kintetsu express train to Shimoichiguchi Station (approx. 58 min.) (Kintetsu Railway)
●From Kyoto direction Take the Kintetsu express train to Shimoichiguchi Station (approx. 1 hr., 20 min.) (Kintetsu Railway)
●From Nagoya direction Take the Kintetsu express train to Shimoichiguchi Station (approx. 2 hrs., 30 min.) (Kintetsu Railway)
●From Shimoichiguchi By Nara Kotsu Bus, approx. 1 hr., 10 min. by the bus bound for Dorogawa Onsen Hot Spring (Nara Kotsu Bus schedule [Shimoichiguchi])
By taxi, approx. 40 min.

* Note that the number of buses from Shimoichiguchi Station varies by season.

●From Asuka Village approx. 1 hr.
●From Mt. Yoshino approx. 50 min.
●From Koyasan approx. 2 hrs.
●From Tenkawadaibenzaitensha Shrine approx. 20 min.

* Parking spaces are available for 10 vehicles (free of charge).
* If coming by car and using a GPS navigation system, the system may instruct you to take Prefectural Highway 48 from Shimoichiguchi, but take National Highway 309 toward Tenkawa instead.
* If coming by car during the period from December to mid-March, be sure to install snow chains, since snow accumulates in the area during that period.

Basic information

Address 211 Dorogawa, Tenkawa, Yoshino-gun, Nara Prefecture
TEL +81-747-64-0018
FAX +81-747-64-0120
Access From Shimoichiguchi Station on the Kintetsu Yoshino Line, take the bus to Dorogawa Onsen Hot Spring, the final stop/approx. 80 min. from Katsuragi Interchange on the Minamihanna Road
Parking Free parking available
Capacity: 10 automobiles
Check‐in 15:00 (Last check-in:19:00)
checkout 11:00
Total number of rooms 8 guest rooms
Credit cards VISA/JCB/American Express/NICOS/UFJ Card/Master Card/Discover/CF/Debit Card
Facilities Shop
Cending machine
Barbecue garden
Courtesy bus
Massage service
Parcel delivery service
Special offers Free morning coffee, free shogi game set rental, free go game set rental

Floor map

Located in the center of the hot spring village, this inn has been renovated to offer modern, comfortable accommodations while still retaining the atmosphere of a traditional Japanese inn. Dorogawa Onsen Hot Spring is a historic hot spring where ancient ascetics relieved the fatigue of their religious training on Mt. Omine. The paper lanterns that light up the hot spring village in the evening give it an even more fantastic appearance . . . You’ll definitely want to go for an evening stroll.

Ask at the front desk for a map to famous nearby sights.

The entrance, full of the warmth of natural wood, is kept well polished by the proprietress twice a day: morning and night!

The lobby is well stocked with famous souvenirs of Dorogawa, such as Daranisuke digestive medicine, made using traditional Japanese and Chinese medicinal ingredients.