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
Steam clouds constantly rise from the highly sulfuric hot spring baths of Unzen. Their waters provide numerous physical benefits that some guests will be able to enjoy in the comfort of their rooms.
During Japan's isolationist period, Nagasaki continued to invite the Chinese and Dutch to participate in trade and cultural exchange with the Japanese. The ryokan's multicultural interior design pays homage to this history.
The broth of the shabu-shabu served at dinner is flavored with umami-rich flying fish, enhancing the flavor of the meat, as well as 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)