RYOKANS providing rooms with private open-air/Onsen baths
Asaba in Shuzenji Onsen is a famous hot spring ryokan with a long history. All rooms have hot spring baths. Inside Asaba, you can find a traditional Noh stage surrounded by water and greenery, and open air baths steeped in rustic flavour. 120 min by JR Limited Express from Tokyo Station to Shuzenji Station, then 13 min by taxi. From Shuzenji Station, you can also go to the ryokan by bus.
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.
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*All rooms have hot spring baths (except “Ohitoma” room)