Features of Hagi Area
Hagi City is an area full of history, lined with historical streets. The Hagi Castle Town and the Matsushita Murajuku School, which produced many of the great warriors of the late Edo period, are both registered as a World Heritage Site as part of the "Industrial Revolution Heritage of Meiji Japan." Among the places to visit, Hagi Onsen Village is a new hot spring resort where you can enjoy both historical streets and hot springs. To get to Hagi City by train, take the Nozomi Shinkansen from Tokyo, Osaka, Hiroshima or Fukuoka to Shin-Yamaguchi Station, and then take a bus or train from there.
Hot spring inns/hotels in Hagi Area: 11
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Hagi Komachi(夕景の宿 海のゆりかご 萩小町)
Offering creative seafood dishes using fresh catches of the day including pufferfish, Yamaguchi’s popular specialty and exquisite delicacy carefully and skillfully prepared by the licensed expert chefs.