Touches of Japanese, Chinese, and Dutch design can be found throughout this hot spring ryokan in an area known for its history as a cultural melting pot, as well as its steamy hot spring baths.Highlights
Outdoor baths look out over a rocky landscape covered in steam clouds, below which runs the source of the milky, sulfur-rich hot spring waters that feed the baths.
Guests get to arrange letter blocks in a variety of creative ways as they try their hand at letterpress printing, a technique first practiced in Japan in Nagasaki.
Dinner options include a shabu-shabu with a broth flavored with umami-rich flying fish, which enhances the flavor of the meat—and the udon noodles added at the end of the meal.
KAI Signature Rooms offer a deeper dive into the local culture. Here, the room decor fuses Japanese, Chinese, and Dutch aesthetics as homage to Nagasaki's history as a melting pot of the three cultures.
Café / Lounge
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)