All rooms offer river views at this hot spring ryokan, which features baths fed by a 1,200-year-old hot spring and interior décor generously infused with Hakone parquetry.Highlights
Guests can enjoy a relaxed soak in baths lined with ancient hinoki cypress, with only the murmur of the river breaking the silence. An elegant window frames the lush nature surrounding the ryokan.
Travelers in the past would rest at teahouses known as chaya and exchange news and share cultural traditions. An activity held every night encourages guests to continue this tradition while learning about Hakone parquetry.
A classic Hakone dish—broth-boiled beef and vegetables—is served at dinner. Beef became more prominent in Hakone food culture in the 19th century to cater to the Westerners who flocked to the area’s hot springs.
Café / Lounge
Spa / Massage
Check-in / Check-out
Private parking is available on site.
- Café / Lounge
- Spa / Massage
- Meeting Room
Smoking is prohibited in the entire building (smoking area available)