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April 14, 2023
GRAND OPENING
Concept
An inn that truly showcases the culture of Onomichi.
Onomichi developed as a merchant town where the Saigoku Kaido and Ginzan Kaido roads intersected in the Edo period and where Kitamae ships made port calls, prospered as a strategic point in Japan where people, goods, information, and culture were exchanged.
The wealthy merchants who made their fortunes in shipping and shipbuilding contributed to the temples and shrines to foster art and culture. They used to treat their guests to tea ceremonies in tea gardens. Historically, the Murakami-suigun(the local coast guard) who protected the shipping routes of the Seto Inland Sea were also proud cultural figures
In this town steeped in history, the Nishiyama Bekkan, which played the role of a tea garden, has been revived as Ryokan Onomichi Nishiyama, an inn that preserves Onomichi culture.
While preserving tradition, we aim to be a place of comfort, warmth, and with a welcoming environment for a new era.
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Carrying on the History of the Nishiyama Bekken
Opened in 1943, Nishiyama Bekkan is a historic and beloved guest house in Onomichi. Its history has been preserved, not only in terms of the building but also furniture, lighting, tea ceremony utensils, hanging scrolls, and tableware. Some are in their original form, some have been restored, and other things have been repurposed, but we cherish all of them. For example, wood that used to be part of an alcove has been turned into room keys, and some roof tiles have been put to use as design materials for the entrance. We hope that these efforts will help to preserve Onomichi culture and put the skills of Japanese artisans on display for guests.
Hanging scrolls
Hanging scrolls and tea utensils
Tea utensils
Tea utensils
Room keychains
Roof tiles
Lighting
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detached rooms
Quaint traditional Japanese Rooms

Six detached buildings with eight rooms are built around a large garden overlooking the Seto Inland Sea.
Some of the guest rooms were relocated to Onomichi from other parts of Japan by boat. Over the years, famous writers, artists and even members of imperial family stayed there. Under the supervision of a shrine carpenter, precious fittings that cannot be reproduced today have been carefully restored to preserve their beauty.
With fully modern bathrooms and sleeping areas with high-quality bedding. Wooden-framed windows that look like picture frames offer fantastic views of the scenery. The guest rooms are a fusion of classic and modern.

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Sakura
Type: Hollywood Twin + Japanese futon/non-smoking
Area: 63 ㎡
Capacity: 1 to 4 persons
Bed size: W 1400 mm × L 2050 mm × H 300 mm
※This room can be accessed by connecting the Asahi on the 2nd floor and the Sakura on the 1st floor.
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Type: Hollywood Twin/non-smoking
Area: 88 ㎡
Capacity: 1 to 2 persons
Bed size: W 1220mm × L 2050 mm × H 300 mm
※This room can be accessed by connecting the Asahi on the 2nd floor and the Sakura on the 1st floor.
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Matsukaze
Type: 1 building/Hollywood Twin + Japanese futon/non-smoking
Area: 61 ㎡
Capacity: 1 to 4 persons
Bed size: W 1400 mm × L 2050 mm × H 300 mm
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Wara
Type: 1 building/Hollywood Twin + Japanese futon/non-smoking
Area: 83 ㎡
Capacity: 1-3 persons
Bed size: W 1220 mm × L 2050 mm × H 300 mm
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Type: 1 building/Hollywood Twin + Japanese futon/non-smoking
Area: 64㎡
Capacity: 1-3 persons
Bed size: W 1400 mm × L 2050 mm × H 300 mm
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Kiri
Type: Japanese-style bedding/non-smoking
Area: 60 ㎡
Capacity: 1 to 4 persons
* This room is accessible by connecting the Kiri and the Ume.
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Ume
Type: Hollywood Twin + Japanese futon/non-smoking
Area: 51 ㎡
Capacity: 1 to 2 persons
Bed size: W 1400 mm × L 2050 mm × H 300 mm
* This room is accessible by connecting the Ume and the Kiri.
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Type: Japanese futon/non-smoking
Area: 52 ㎡
Capacity: 1-3 persons
Onomichi MONK
Onomichi Monk, the high quality and simplicity
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Giri / Ali / Amani
Type: King bed/non-smoking
Area: 28 ㎡
Capacity: 1 to 2 persons
Bed size: W 2000 mm × L 2050 mm × H 300 mm
※These rooms do not have bathrooms. Please use the private bath.
STAY INFOMATION
Check-in 15:00-19:00 Room
fixtures
Humidifying air purifier / electric kettle / safe / refrigerator / Bluetooth speaker / loungewear (2 sizes) / nightwear (free size) / outdoor slippers / set of towels / hair dryer / shampoo / conditioner / body soap / hand soap / glass & cup
*No TV available in the guestrooms.
Check-out ~11:00
Dinner Restaurant YOSORO [17:30-21:30]. Amenity

Due to environmental concerns, the following amenities are not provided in guest rooms. Please ask at check-in if you need any of these:[Toothbrush, razor, hairbrush, hair band, skin care set, cotton swab & cotton ball, body wash towel]

Breakfast Restaurant YOSORO [7:00-10:00].
Service Korin Lounge / Nishiyama Bunko / Free Wi-Fi
Room drinks (mineral water, Japanese tea, black tea, coffee)
Items for
lending

Cell phone charger / hair iron / sewing set / clothes iron / ice pail / crib / wheelchair (for interior use) Limited number of wheelchairs available.

Other Preschool children sleep for free when accompanied by a parent (without bedding, amenities, or meals).
Check-in 15:00-19:00
Check-out ~11:00
Dinner Restaurant YOSORO [17:30-21:30].
Breakfast Restaurant YOSORO [7:00-10:00].
Service Korin Lounge / Nishiyama Bunko / Free Wi-Fi
Room drinks (mineral water, Japanese tea, black tea, coffee)
Room
fixtures
Humidifying air purifier / electric kettle / safe / refrigerator / Bluetooth speaker / loungewear (2 sizes) / nightwear (free size) / outdoor slippers / set of towels / hair dryer / shampoo / conditioner / body soap / hand soap / glass & cup
*No TV available in the guestrooms.
Amenity Due to environmental concerns, the following amenities are not provided in guest rooms. Please ask at check-in if you need any of these:[Toothbrush, razor, hairbrush, hair band, skin care set, cotton swab & cotton ball, body wash towel]
Items for
lending

Cell phone charger / hair iron / sewing set / clothes iron / ice pail / crib / wheelchair (for interior use) Limited number of wheelchairs available.

Other Preschool children sleep for free when accompanied by a parent (without bedding, amenities, or meals).
CANCEL POLICY
Cancellations after a reservation has been made will incur the following cancellation fees.
  Up to 9 persons 10 or more persons
No-show 100% of room charge 100% of room charge
Day of 100% of room charge 100% of room charge
Day before 100% of room charge 100% of room charge
3 days in advance 50% of room charge 100% of room charge
7 days in advance 50% of room charge 50% of room charge
21 days in advance 10% of room charge
  No-show Day of Day before 3 days in advance 7 days in advance 21 days in advance
Up to 9 persons 100% of room charge 100% of room charge 100% of room charge 50% of room charge 50% of room charge
10 or more persons 100% of room charge 100% of room charge 100% of room charge 100% of room charge 50% of room charge 10% of room charge
Restaurant
Food is the cornerstone of culture. Executive Chef Ken Kamo, who has worked around the world and received the Chevalier Order of Agricultural Merit of the Republic of France, has incorporated the essence of Onomichi’s Japanese cuisine into French cuisine to create dishes that can only be found here. "There are so many goods that are just close at hand," says Kamo, having fallen in love with the ingredients of the Seto Inland Sea and reviving the heart of the former tea garden in a new style of hospitality. Using the ingredients that move him the most on that day, he creates once-in-a-lifetime dishes in the open kitchen. We try to offer a memorable experience, a time to meet and exchange words with guests, just like hosts of tea ceremonies do. It is our pleasure to connect our guests with the stories of the ingredients and the relationships with the producers through our cuisine. We hope you will look forward to experiencing the new culinary culture in Onomichi that is flourishing here.
The thoughts and feelings behind Yosoro…
In honor of Onomichi’s predecessors who protected the seas and prospered in shipping and shipbuilding, we named our open-air, glass-walled restaurant Yosoro. Yosoro is a nautical term that means "steady" which in turn means "Just as you are" or "Welcome." As we are an all-inclusive inn where you can eat whatever you like and as much as you like, our motto is "Please enjoy yourself to the fullest."
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Our progressive cuisine will be etched in your memory
The people of Onomichi have created their own unique culinary culture by arranging first-class Japanese ingredients that were once brought to the area by Kitamae-bune ("northern-bound ships"). In order to carry on their legacy, we invite you to enjoy to your heart’s content the cuisine that makes the most of carefully selected ingredients and brings out their charm. The soup, which combines Japanese kelp dashi and French consommé, is served with pine needles as an appetizer.
The pine tree has long been revered as "the tree of beginnings where the gods dwell.” The pairing of sake and wine with each dish enhances the food even further.
Open 17:30-21:30 (Last order 21:00)
Last entry 19:30
At Restaurant Yosoro, you can freely add or substitute your favorite dishes from the a la carte menu based on the recommended course menu. Enjoy your favorites to your heart’s content.
Breakfast
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Healthy traditional Japanese breakfast.
An aromatic bowl of miso soup awakens the body and soul. The umami of Japanese food as represented by dashi, a well-known ingredient throughout the world. The breakfast we offer is aromatic rice, fine quality overnight-dried fish, citrus fruits from the Seto Inland Sea, seasonal vegetables, and eggs collected that morning. Please enjoy this dish that we prepare for your breakfast.
Our dishes are served on lacquerware, ceramics, and glassware that have been handed down in the Nishiyama Bekkan for generations.
Business hours 7:00-10:00
Last entry 9:30
Facilities
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Korin Lounge
A guest-exclusive, self-service lounge will be available on an all-inclusive basis.
As you taste the Japanese tea and sake inspired by the Setouchi Sake Brewery as enjoyed by the locals, you can relax elegantly on the open veranda.

Business hours 15:00-23:00 / 7:00-11:00

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Garden
Enjoy a time of relaxation while viewing the garden, a symbol of Onomichi Nishiyama, from the guest rooms, restaurant, and lounge.
At night, the garden lighting creates a magical space.
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Nishiyama Bunko (Library)
Inspired by Onomichi, once a favorite of literary giants, our experts have prepared a selection of books from folk art, crafts, and more.
If you find a book you would like to read, you can take it to your guest room to enjoy it.

Business hours 15:00-21:00 / 7:00-11:00

Activities
Ryokan Onomichi Nishiyama is an inn where you can experience Onomichi culture.
We offer activities that can only be experienced here.
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NAGI Rental cycle
You can explore the town of Onomichi
with Nagi brand bicycles made in Onomichi.
▪Year-round availability
▪AM6:00~PM11:00 (Max.6hours per day)
▪Free for our guests
※Please get in touch with us for further information
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Nekono-te fishing vessel
Enjoy a leisure cruise on a small retro fishing boat on the
Onomichi channel. This channel resembles a river.
Comes with Neconotepan’s biscotti as a souvenir.
(optional) You can also enjoy fishing for sea bream. You do
not need to bring anything with you.
▪ Year-round availability
▪ AM7:00~PM5:00
▪ 5,000 Yen per person
▪ Minimum number of guests: 2
※ Please get in touch with us for further information
Nearby sightseeing spots
Please refer to the sites below
Dive! Hiroshima (Hiroshima Tourism Association)
Access
By train: 10 minutes from Onomichi Station on the JR Sanyo Main Line.
By car: 15 minutes from the Fukuyama Nishi IC on the Sanyo Expressway
678-1 Sanba-cho, Onomichi-shi, Hiroshima 722-0052, Japan