Special campaign to enjoy the spectacular view of Lake Biwa and the autumn leaves


At the resort hotel “Rotel de Hiei”, we will carry out a special autumn campaign mainly on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays from Saturday, November 13, 2021 to Sunday, November 28, 2021.

At “Yumemigaoka”, a special corner will be set up to sell vegetables from Shiga prefecture, as well as roasted sweet potatoes and baby castella in a kitchen car. In addition, at the Garden Museum Hiei on the mountaintop, a warm blue Shigaraki ware “BIWAKO BLUE” that expresses the surface of Lake Biwa with overlapping glazes will be on sale, and a painting exhibition by Mikako Watanabe, a colored pencil painter, will be held.

Rotel de Hiei will sell Kyoto beef curry for a limited time. You can enjoy your meal on the mountain terrace where the outside air feels good. Please enjoy the limited menu with the scenery and air of Mt. Hiei unique to this time.
Please come to Mt. Hiei, where the magnificent view of Lake Biwa and the colorful mountains are beautiful.

Campaign details

■ [Yumemigaoka] Special Corner
(1) Opening a kitchen car (10:00 – 15:00)
November 20th (Sat), 21st (Sun), 23rd (Tuesday / holiday), 27th (Sat)
Premium baby castella using roasted sweet potato, charred butter and honey

(2) Sale of vegetables made by local Shiga producers (11:00 – 15:00)

■ [Garden Museum Hiei] Sale of blue “BIWAKO BLUE” products that bring happiness
Shop “Maison de Fleur” (10:00 – 17:00)
On sale until December 5th (Sun)
・ BIWAKO BLUE vessel (Shigaraki ware, Koka city)
Warm blue Shigaraki ware that expresses the surface of Lake Biwa with overlapping glazes
・ Blue chocolate
・ Blue herbal tea and latte

BIWAKO BLUE (Shigaraki ware)

■ [Garden Museum Hiei] “Colored Pencil Drawing & Print Exhibition-Gentle as it is-” held
Gallery soRa (10:00 – 17:30)
Colored pencil painter Mikako Watanabe
Held until December 5th (Sun)
You can enjoy the world of gentle colored pencil drawings with many colors layered on top of each other.

Mikako Watanabe: An example of an exhibition painting

■ [Rotel de Hiei] Lunch time
Restaurant (last order from 11:30 – 14:00)

Kyoto beef (Japanese beef) chef's special beef curry rice

Facility information


Location: 776-3 Yamanaka-cho, Otsu-shi
Access: ・ From Osaka and Kobe
Kyoto East IC → Nishiotsu Bypass “Shigasato Ramp” → Ika Tachihama Otsu Line → Nishiotsu Bypass “Shigasato Ramp Kyoto Area Entrance” → Nishiotsu Bypass “Omi Jingu Ramp” → Shigagoe Otsu Line (Yamanakakoshi) → Tanaya Pass Gate

・ From Kyoto city
Kitashirakawa Bettocho intersection → Shigagoe Otsu line (Yamanakakoshi) → Taya Pass gate

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[Garden Museum Hiei]

Location: 4 Shugakuin, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Shimei-gatake
Access: Inside the Hieizan Driveway (toll road)
Admission fee: Adult 1,200 yen
Child (elementary school student) 600 yen

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Garden Museum Hiei

[Rotel de Hiei]

Location: Ipponsugi, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto
Access: Inside the Hieizan Driveway (toll road)

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