Address8 Ashinoyu, Hakone-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanag Hakone National ParkSee nearby area
Services & facilities
- 24 Hour Security
- Breakfast Included
- Cable TV
- Wheelchair Accessible
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
- Free Parking
- Hot Tub
- Outdoor Terrace
Description provided by property
This peaceful Ryokan is located right along the National Route 1, a minute walk from the closest bus stop Ashinoyu. It is also within a very close access to the most popular tourist attraction area Lake Ashi where you can enjoy the beautiful view of Mt.Fuji. Shopping, restaraunts, art museum, historical museums, cruise boat ride, ropeway and the other entertainments are there.
Rooms are the Japanese tatami (straw woven) rooms with toilet and shower, air conditioner and heaters attached each accommodating two to five or eight people. We also have Showa rooms with typical Japanese antique furnishing, and the deluxe rooms with superior services and amenities. LCD television and toilet with wash let is attached in every room.
Dinner is the seasonal Japanese cuisine and breakfast is the buffet.
There are two set of public spas with open air and indoor baths in men and women’s section respectively. Rental private baths are also available. Reservations are made at the check in time.
Free use of PC station with an access to internet is located in the lobby lounge. Gift shop, free use of Ping-Pong, and the karaoke room are also available. Vending machines for drinks and buns are located in the hallways. Free use of massage chairs are available in front of the public spas.
Interesting places nearby
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A pleasant stroll around the lake follows a cedar line path to this shrine set in a wooded grove, in Moto-Hakone. Its signature red...
Narukawa Art Museum
Art comes in two forms here – in the exquisite Japanese-style paintings, nihonga , on display, and in the stunning Mt Fuji views from...
Just up the hill from the lakeside Moto-Hakone bus stop is the entrance to the stone-paved Old Hakone Hwy (箱根旧街道), part of the Edo-era...
Since the Edo era, this tea house has been serving up amazake (warm, sweet sake) and light snacks. It’s about 550m up the Old Tōkaidō...