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Ito Hotels & Ryokan

Le-Nessa Akazawa
Spend a relaxing time at a spacious cottage resort, surrounded by the beautiful nature of Izu-Kogen.
How to get there?
From Izu Kogen Station (Izu Kyuko Line), South (Yamamo) Exit: 7 min by taxi.
Hotel Dankoen
Great for watching the Ito Fireworks at just 5-8 minutes' walk! Put on a stylish yukata (casual summer kimono) and enjoy the summer! Guests can use the hotel pool after check-out too! (Charge applies)
How to get there?
From Ito Station (JR Ito Line): About 10 minutes on foot, or 3 minutes by taxi.
By car: Exit the Shin-Tomei Expressway at Nagaizumi-Numazu IC and continue along Route 135 for about 80 minutes (47 km).
Hotel Ravie Kawaryo
The authentic hot springs have many beneficial qualities and 8 plentiful hot spring sources provide the best in relaxation.
How to get there?
From Ito Station (JR Ito Line): 7 min on foot.
Ito Yuki Tei
This hotel prides itself on being a vacation destination where you can have precious moments. Savor cuisine with a variety of local ingredients. The hotel also features a spa fed with water from its own hot spring (named Netsu-no-Yu, or “hot water”), which is known for its moisturizing effects. The staff invites you to enjoy a relaxing day at the hotel.
How to get there?
From Atami Station (JR Tokaido Shinkansen): Take the JR Ito Line train bound for Shimoda and get off at Ito Station (30 minutes). The hotel is 15 minutes on foot or 5 minutes by taxi from there.
Hoshino Resorts KAI Anjin
This lodging opened on April 13, 2017. With an ocean view in every guestroom, as well as an open-air bath with a superb view on the top floor, guests are promised a relaxing time while they watch the ocean flow with the hours.
How to get there?
From Ito Station (JR Tokaido Line): About 15 min on foot; about 5 min by taxi.
By car: Exit Odawara-Atsugi Expressway from Odawara-nishi IC and take Route 135 for about 50 km (about 90 min).
Laforet Club Ito Onsen Yu-no-Niwa
This Japanese-style hotel is located in Ito and maintains the down-to-earth nature of Izu as well as the gorgeous landscapes of an onsen resort village. Guests can look forward to delicious seafood dishes and a historically known onsen. In addition to freshly caught seafood, enjoy the seasonal taste of wasabi, shiitake and other foods. As well as large shared baths and open-air baths, there are also 3 family baths open 24 hours.
How to get there?
From Ito Station (JR Ito Line): About 8 min on foot or about 3 min by taxi.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Atsugi IC and continue along the Odawara-Atsugi Road for about 35 km (about 40 min), then Route 135 for about 45 km (about 90 min). Turn right at Yamakuni Shoten.
Yokikan
This hotel is a traditional Japanese-style hotel on a hill, and the mountain tram of the hotel leads you to the open-air baths giving you a view of the city.
How to get there?
From Ito Station (JR Ito Line): 10 minutes on foot; 3 minutes by taxi.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Atsugi IC and continue along Odawara-Atsugi Road until Odawara-nishi IC (about 20 minutes), then Route 135 for about 60 minutes. Head towards JR Ito Station.
Ito Hotel Juraku
Located upland in a hot spring district, this hotel enjoys a panoramic view of Sagami Bay and Hatsushima Island from its lobby and guest rooms. Hot spring water is supplied to all guest rooms. The South European-style open-air bath adjacent to Tropical Garden is popular with female guests.
How to get there?
From Ito Station (JR Tokaido Ito Line): 5 minutes by taxi.
Hotel Kaze-no-Kaori
Facing the Sagami Bay, this hotel boasts luxury ocean front rooms and private baths on the top floor. All guestrooms are equipped with private hot spring baths (an open-air bath and an indoor bath). Relax in the hot spring baths, and enjoy the beautiful ocean view and delicious food prepared with fresh ingredients from the Izu area.
How to get there?
From Ito Station (JR Ito Line): About 30 min on foot or about 5 min by taxi.
By car: Exit the Odawara-Atsugi Road at Odawara-nishi IC and continue along Route 135 for about 45 km (about 75 min).
Ito Ryokuyu
Ryokuyu features open-air garden baths, a rarity in Ito. Enjoy bathing in pH 8.6 flowing hot springs in the guestroom open-air baths. Its baths are popular for a silky smooth effect on the skin.
How to get there?
From Ito Station (JR Ito Line): about 30 min on foot or 5 min by taxi at around JPY 900 (as of Aug. 2014).
After arriving at JR Ito Station, please contact the hotel for pick-up service (available from 14:00 to 18:00). Outside these hours, taking a taxi is recommended (about 5 min one-way).
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at the Atsugi IC and continue along Route 135 and Prefectural Route 12. Landmark: Ito Post Office.
Komeya
This is a hospitable inn with 17 guest rooms. The proprietors hope guests can achieve genuine healing through nutritious dining, relaxing bathing and a peaceful atmosphere.
How to get there?
From Ito Station (JR Ito Line/Izu Kyuko Line): About 10 minutes by taxi.
Free pick-up and drop-off service is also available (see below).
From Minami-Ito Station (Izu Kyuko Line): About 5 minutes on foot.

Shuttle Service
Ito Station ⇔ Hotel
*Requires prior reservation.
LiVEMAX Resort Ito-Kawana
This resort hotel, which opened on July 18, 2015, boasts rich nature and is in one of the three major hot spring areas in Japan. Guests at this resort can enjoy a relaxing bath in the natural hot springs drawn from its private spring.
How to get there?
By train: Take the Izu Kyuko Line to Kawana Station.
By car: Drive south down Route 135, then take Route 109. Turn left at the Tobacco shop.
Seizan Yamato
Seizan Yamato rests serenely atop a hill, beckoning through its modern facilities and top-class service. While melting away in Yamato’s Japanese-style bath, guests can survey the Ito countryside, wreathed by mountains and the Izu sea. Men and women use separate baths, but which facilities are used changes in the morning, giving all guests a chance to try each of the different baths during their stay. Private baths can be reserved for family use and enjoyed for up to 50 minutes free of charge; please reserve at the front desk after checking in. There is also an aroma therapy room. Guests can start their day with a choice between Western and Japanese cuisine for breakfast. Also, groups of less than 10 people arriving before 17:00 are given a choice of various items from Yamato's dinner menu.

Please note that dinner is served until 19:00. Guests are asked to check in by 17:00 at the latest.
How to get there?
Shuttle Service
Ito Station: Departures at 13:30, 14:00, 14:30, 15:00, 15:30, 16:00, 16:30, 17:00, 17:30; takes about 10 min, arrives at Seizan Yamato
Seizan Yamato: Departures at 8:20, 9:10, 9:40, 10:10, 10:40, 11:10, 11:40, 12:10; takes about 10 min, arrives at Ito Station
*No prior reservation required. Please go to the hotel front desk for the return shuttle.
*A hotel representative will be awaiting guests’ arrivals with a “Seizan Yamoto” sign just outside the station’s ticket gate. If guests arrive during the scheduled shuttle bus times, no reservation is required.

From Atami Station (JR Ito Line): Take a train to Ito Station (about 30 min).
By Car: About 60 min from Seisho Bypass Ishibashi Interchange to Seizan Yamoto.
Beach Commune Simploose
This peaceful inn enjoys the fresh flowing breeze from the nearby ocean. Meals of fusion Japanese and western dishes are prepared with extra care paid to seasonings and ingredients, and guests can look forward to warming up in the hotel's open-air baths that provide a great view of the ocean and evening nightscape.
How to get there?
From Ito Station (JR Ito Line): The hotel is 20 minutes from the station on foot or 5 minutes by taxi.
By car: Take the Tomei Expressway and exit at the Atsugi IC. Change to the Odawara-Atsugi Road and then continue on the National Road Route No.135.
ABBA RESORTS IZU Zagyosoh
The Abba Resort owner’s wish - delivering Japan’s beautiful, spectacular hospitality to the world.
As a resort chain that is expanding across the globe, the very first Abba Resort in Japan produces Zagyosoh villas.
The first Abba Resort in Japan, Abba Resort Zagyosoh, has reopened after renovation. Zagyosoh has been cherished and loved by many guests as the representative resort of both Izu and Japan. It is an irreplaceable treasure in which guests can relax in a pure Japanese-style inn surrounded by lush nature. Here, guests are warmly welcomed by the hospitality spirit of “Ichigo-Ichie”, which cherishes each guest’s stay as a once in a lifetime opportunity.
The continuation of Zagyosoh’s splendid hospitality into the future is considered a top mission of Abba Resort. With its beauty born of tradition, the fragrant buildings are within themselves Japanese culture. It is with this spirit that we continue to utilize and renovate each of our facilities, including guest rooms, while taking the utmost care not to damage the traditional atmosphere as much as possible. Renovation has indeed beautifully revived the resort’s peace and calmness of Japanese tradition.
Guests will also be delighted with the newly added 11 villas with attached open-air baths, as well as the new Abba Restaurant building, offering a selection including a French restaurant and an iron grill corner, as well as Japanese Kaiseki course meals.
It is the owner’s very own wish for guests to stay at the resort for days on end, enjoying beautiful Japanese culture and heartfelt hospitality deep within the forest.
How to get there?
From Izu-Kogen Station (Izu Kyuko Railway): 5 min by car/pick-up bus.
By car: 70 min from Seisho Bypass Ishibashi IC.
Kameyarakan
Kameyarakan offers a great view of Hatsushima Island and Sagami Bay from the inn and the ocean-side views. Guests can enjoy swimming in the sea in the summer and the inn serves specialty Iso kaiseki (traditional multi-course dinner) cuisine using plenty of seasonal ingredients and fresh seafood.
How to get there?
From Ito Station (JR Ito Line): About 3 minutes on foot.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Atsugi IC and continue along Route 135 for about 100 minutes. Located midway down the Ito coast (Orange beach).
Tsuki no Usagi
This Japanese-style hotel is situated overlooking Oshima and features open-air hot spring baths with panoramic ocean views and a selection of delicious Japanese-style cuisine prepared using locally-sourced ingredients.
How to get there?
From Kawana Station (Izu Kyuko Line): About 10 minutes by taxi.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Atsugi IC and continue along Odawara-Atsugi Road, then Route 135 for about 90 minutes.
Hotel Harvest Ito
Whether visiting the ocean, mountains, or hot springs, this resort hotel is conveniently situated as a base for all sorts of leisure activities in the Izu area. A large communal bathing area and an indoor pool are located on the top floor. 12 minutes on foot to Ito Orange Beach.
How to get there?
From Ito Station (JR Ito Line): About 12 min on foot; about 5 min by taxi.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Atsugi IC and continue along Odawara-Atsugi Road, then Route 135 for about 50 km (about 70 min).
Hotel Ito Garden
With 100% natural hot springs, this hotel boasts of two hot spring sources: a chloride source for the scenic bath, open-air rock bath and bathtub, and a simple thermal hot spring source for the clean hot water. Guests can also look forward to a delicious Kaiseki cuisine featuring fresh local fish.
How to get there?
From Ito Station (JR Ito Line): About 7 min on foot or 3 min by taxi.
By car: Exit Odawara-Atsugi Road at Ishibashi IC and continue on Route 135 for about 60 min (40 km).
Itoen Hotel Matsukawakan
This hotel features four different kinds of natural hot springs, including a hinoki cypress bath and open-air baths. All of the baths can be enjoyed, as men's and women's baths are rotated periodically.
How to get there?
From Ito Station (JR Ito Line): 10 minutes on foot.
Kawana Hotel
Offering the scenic beauty of Mt. Fuji and Oshima Island, the hotel boasts two golf courses. Among past guests are famous figures from political and business circles. Numerous international conventions and events have been held at this hotel.
How to get there?
From Ito Station (JR Ito Line): About 15 minutes by taxi.
By car: Exit the Odawara-Atsugi Road at Ishibashi IC and continue along Route 135 for about 100 minutes (81 km).
Ito Kowakien Hotel
Ito Kowakien is located in the wonderful city of Ito and features abundantly flowing hot springs. All visitors are invited to try the hot spring drinking water located at the entrance of the large bathhouse.
How to get there?
From Ito Station (JR Ito Line): Take a bus bound for Totari/Hagi and get off at the Kowaki-en-mae bus stop (about 10 minutes). It is about 20 minutes on foot or 5 minutes by taxi from there.
By car: Exit the Odawara-Atsugi Road at Ishibashi IC and continue along National Route 135 for about 90 minutes. Then take Prefectural Route 12 and head towards the Ito Post Office.
Wellness Forest Ito
Featuring spacious guestrooms with around 132 square meters of space which includes a living room with around 41 square meters of space, guests at this hotel can enjoy their stay in comfort. Make the most of your time at Wellness Forest Ito with a visit to one of the various relaxation facilities such as hot spring baths, a thalassotherapy centre and an aromatherapy clinic.
How to get there?
From Ito Station (JR Ito Line): About 12 min by taxi.
By car: Take the Odawara-Atsugi Road and head towards the Ishibashi IC via the Seisho Bypass. Then continue on National Route 135 for about 85 km (about 120 min).

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