RYOKANS providing rooms with private open-air baths
This famous hot spring was loved by Kyoto residents, military leaders, and litterateurs as a hidden bath deep in the heart of the mountains. 150 min by Shinkansen and JR Limited Express from Tokyo Sta.
Japanese ryokan food, dinner and breakfast – a ryokan providing local foodstuff
Local river fish and vegetables. Local Yamanashi sake and beer.
A ryokan particularly good for health and beauty
This valley hot spring has 1300 years of history. Enjoy 6 types of different baths. The water is good for gastrointestinal illnesses, joint pain ,skin beautification effects, etc.
A ryokan appearing in various media
Filming spot for the TV Asahi television drama “Erai Tokoro ni Totsuide Shimatta!” (I’ve Been Married To Hell!) (2007, Japan).
“No. 1” ryokan in Japan
With 1,300 years of history, this ryokan uses natural hot spring sources without addition or warming of water for its common bathing areas, indoor baths inside guest rooms and showers.
Modern hotel-style ryokan
This ryokan combines a traditional Japanese ambiance with strong resort hotel elements.
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