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Izunokuni, Japan Hotels & Ryokan

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Izunokuni Hotels & Ryokan

Izu Hatake Onsen Daisenya
Izu Hatake Onsen Daisenya
Located in the Hatake hot spring district, this inn operates the only hot spring in Shizuoka to be designated as a Hot Spring with Recuperative Properties by Japan’s Ministry of the Environment. It also features highly therapeutic spa water from two different springs containing different active minerals. Guests can also enjoy kaiseki-style traditional multi-course meals and a view of Mt. Fuji.
How to get there?
From Kannami Station (JR Tokaido Main Line): 10 minutes by taxi.
Izunagaoka Kinjokan
Izunagaoka Kinjokan
A luxurious, healing environment surrounded by plentiful nature in Izu Nagaoka. Guests here can enjoy authentic Japanese-style or Western-style rooms.
How to get there?
From Mishima Station (JR Tokaido Shinkansen): Take the Izu Hakone Railway train bound for Zenkoji and alight at Izu Nagaoka Station (approx. 20 min). Then take the bus bound for Numazu or Izu-Mito Sea Paradise and alight at Onsenba-kami (approx. 10 min). About 2 min on foot from there.

By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Numazu IC and continue along Route 1 for about 15 min (7 km), then along Route 414 for about 20 min (10 km). Landmark: Juntendo University Hospital.
Izu Nagaoka Onsen Sanyoso Prince Hotels & Resorts
Izu Nagaoka Onsen Sanyoso Prince Hotels & Resorts
Warm bath waters, savory kaiseki meals featuring local ingredients, and unsurpassed comfort await travelers at Sanyoso.
How to get there?
From Mishima Station (JR Tokaido Shinkansen): Take the Izuhakone Line bound for Shuzenji and get off at Izu-Nagaoka Station (20 minutes). It is 20 minutes on foot or 5 minutes by taxi from there.
Izu Nagaoka Hotel Tenbo
Izu Nagaoka Hotel Tenbo
This hotel’s kind and caring staff provide peace of mind for guests of all ages. The building itself is designed to be handicap accessible and easy to use, and the bus pulls right up to our lobby.
Hotel Tenbo also boasts a wide array of relaxing baths: jet bath, bubble bath, wooden bath, rock bath, tepid bath... all for use by men and women. Guests can even reserve an open-air bath for private use (an additional fee applies).
How to get there?
From Mishima Station (JR Tokaido Line): Take the Izuhakone Railway Sunzu Line to Izu Nagaoka Station. From there, take the Izu Nagaoka Onsen Loop Bus and get off at the Bessho bus stop. It is approximately 2 minutes on foot from there.
Izunagaoka Villa Garden Ishinoya
Izunagaoka Villa Garden Ishinoya
All rooms, amenities and the hotel lobby was completely remodeled in October 2015. Every room now has a large open-air bath.
How to get there?
By train: Take the Izuhakone Railway to Izu-Nagaoka Station.
*[Reservation required] Hotel shuttle service available from Izu-Nagaoka Station. Guests can add "Need pick-up" and the date / time of arrival at the station in the comments at the time of reservation.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Nagaoka IC.
From Izu-Nagaoka Station (Izuhakone Railway): About 10 minutes by car.
*Please notify the hotel to use the hotel shuttle service.
Kouyurou Ikawa
Kouyurou Ikawa
Opened after renewal with a brand new name after celebrating it's 100th anniversary in September 2013.
How to get there?
From Mishima Station (JR Tokaido Line, Shinkansen): Take the Izuhakone Railway bound for Shuzenji and get off at Izu Nagaoka Station (20 min). Then take a bus bound for Numazu Station / Mito Sea Paradise and get off at the Kona Onsen Minamiguchi bus stop (6 min). It is 1 min on foot from there.
From Izu Nagaoka Station: 4 min by taxi.
By car: 40 min after exiting the Tomei Expressway at Numazu IC.
New Hakkeien
New Hakkeien
A magnificent view of Mt. Fuji can be enjoyed from the large shared baths and the dining area of this mountain getaway. The hotel serves kaiseki course cuisine making use of seasonal ingredients.
How to get there?
From Mishima Station (JR Tokaido Line): Take the Izuhakone Railway bound for Shuzenji and get off at Izu-Nagaoka Station (about 20 minutes). It is about 7 minutes by taxi from there.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Numazu IC and continue along National Route Izu Jukan Expressway for about 40 minutes (20 km).
Rakuzan Yasuda
Rakuzan Yasuda
This lodging features an interior with tatami flooring throughout the entire building and graceful spaces of Japanese culture. It is sustained by an abundant quantity of hot spring water from the historic Izu-Nagaoka Kona Onsen, so guests can thoroughly enjoy hot springs.
How to get there?
From Mishima Station (JR Tokaido Line): About 30 min by taxi at around JPY 3,500.
From Izu-Nagaoka Station (Izu-Hakone Line): About 20 min on foot; about 7 min by taxi at around JPY 780 (as of Apr. 2018). *Last train: around 23:21.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Numazu IC and either take Route 136 or take the Izu Chuo Expressway (fee required) by way of the Izu-Jukan Expressway for abut 30 min. Landmark: Izu Nagaoka General Conference Hall AXIS Katsuragi.
Kameya Ean
Kameya Ean
This is a quiet ryokan (Japanese-style inn) which stands on a hill, surrounded by natural greenery. Guests can enjoy the abundant seasonal plants and flowers of the mountains. On a clear day, guests can see a magnificent view of Mt. Fuji from the Japanese-style guestrooms.
How to get there?
From Izu-Nagaoka Station (Izuhakone Railway): About 7 min by taxi.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Numazu IC and continue along Route 414 for about 30 min. Head towards Panorama Park Ropeway.
Komatsuya Hachinobo
Komatsuya Hachinobo
This hotel is admired and renowned because of its approximately 500 works of Japanese calligraphy and painting on display. It prepares dishes using local Izu ingredients.
How to get there?
From Mishima Station (JR Tokaido Line), South Exit: Take the Izu Hakone Railway bound for Shuzenji and get off at Izu-Nagaoka Station (20 min). Then take a bus bound for JR Numazu Station and get off at the Onsenba-Naka bus stop (10 min). Immediate access from there.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Numazu IC and continue on Route 1 for about 10 km (about 15 min), then continue on Izu-Chuo Road for 5 km (5 min). Look for Jutendo University Shizuoka Hospital.
Hotel Sunvalley Izu-Nagaoka
Hotel Sunvalley Izu-Nagaoka
This hotel features 15 different kinds of large baths in total, delectable Kaiseki Cuisine, making it a perfect place to stay for both individual travelers and big groups. This traditional Japanese inn, with 94 rooms and a garden of over 2,000 square meters, is located at the gateway to the Izu Peninsula. For dinner, guests can select between a buffet with 70 types of Japanese, Western and Chinese food or traditional kaiseki cuisine. The buffet serves fresh food straight from the kitchen and includes sushi, tempura, sashimi, steak, Chinese dim sum, seasonal vegetables, dessert cakes, fruits and more. Japanese kaiseki cuisine is prepared with seasonal ingredients from Izu. The hot springs are some of the best in Izu, with an all cypress large communal bath, garden open-air baths, and 3 other reservable baths in the 900 square-meter area. Inside the hotel, artwork from famous Japanese artists such as Shinsui Ito, Shoen Uemura and Kiyokata Kaburagi, as well as art based on the 8 views of Mt. Fuji are on display.
How to get there?
From Mishima Station (JR Tokaido Shinkansen): Take the Izuhakone Railway to Izu-Nagaoka Station. From there, take a bus bound for Mito Sea Paradise and get off at the Sotokuji-mae bus stop. It is about 8 minutes on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Numazu IC and continue along Route 1, then Route 136 for about 25 minutes (6 km), then Izu Chuodo for about 8 minutes (2 km). Exit at Nagaoka-kita IC.
Hotel Kona Besso
Hotel Kona Besso
This is a Japanese traditional hotel built in sukiya-zukuri (tea-ceremony style) which boasts a beautiful Japanese garden showing the seasonal changes. The hotel hopes guests enjoy appreciating the interior and design of the hotel, tasting the hana kaiseki traditional Japanese dishes prepared using flowers and seasonal ingredients from Izu and soaking in the open-air bath surrounded by lush greenery.

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