RYOKANS providing rooms with private open-air/Onsen baths
A traditional Noh play stage surrounded by water and greenery and open air bathing steeped in rustic flavor. A famous hot spring ryokan decorated by a long history. 120 min by JR Limited Express from Tokyo Sta.
Japanese ryokan food, dinner and breakfast – a ryokan providing local foodstuff
Local Izu seafood and vegetables. This ryokan has garnered a reputation for good meals from the word-of-mouth advertising of ryokan guests.
A ryokan appearing in various media
This ryokan was used in the movie “Shitsurakuen” (1997, Japan).
“No. 1” ryokan in Japan
With 335 years of history, this long standing ryokan features a 1,983 meter garden and traditional Japanese Noh play performances. The garden, illuminated at night, emits the subtle and profound atmosphere of ancient Japan.
Traditional ryokan – historical architecture
Ryokan with a 335 year history. It is famous for its still active Noh play stage, the Gekkeiden, and the beauty of its Japanese garden.
Year of establishment
*All rooms have hot spring baths (except “Ohitoma” room)