Kawazu, Japan Hotels & Ryokan

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Kawazu Hotels & Ryokan

Imaiso
This Japanese-style hotel's garden follows the Imaihama coast and you can gaze at Izu seven Islands and the Pacific Ocean from all the guestrooms. The cuisine is banquet-style dishes.
How to get there?
From Imaihama-Kaigan Station (Izu Kyuko Railway): 3 min on foot.
From Kawazu Station: pick-up bus service available.
By car: 90 min from Seisho Bypass Ishibashi IC.
Gyokuhokan
The hot spring water of this inn sources from Mine Onsen, which has a history of 1,300 years and is called the legendary spiritual spring. Enjoy luxurious Japanese cuisine prepared with the blessings of the mountains and ocean of Izu.
How to get there?
From Kawazu Station (Izu Kyuko Line): about 5 min by taxi.

Guests typically take the train to Kawazu Station. At the station, there are about 2 to 4 pick up services per hour.
Izu-Imaihama Tokyu Hotel
The beach at this hotel has a beautiful contrast of blue sea, white sand, and green pine trees. All rooms have an ocean view.
How to get there?
From Imaihama-Kaigan Station (Izu Kyuko Railway): 3 min on foot.
From Kawazu Station: 3 min by car.
By car: 110 min from Seisho Bypass Ishibashi IC via Route 135.
Hanareya Ishidaya
This ryokan (Japanese inn) offers private cottage houses for groups of guests with both a private indoor bath and an open-air bath. You can appreciate the cherry blossoms of Kawazu Zakura in February and March and the irises in the garden are in full bloom in May and June. An onsen pool is located in the garden, and the ocean is just a 12-minute walk away. Seasonal Japanese course meals are served right in guest's room.
How to get there?
From Kawazu Station (Izu Kyuko Line): About 10 min on foot; about 2 min by taxi.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Numazu IC and continue along Routes 136 and 414 for about 59 km (about 90 min).
Furusato Pension Grand Porte
Grand Porte focuses on the concept of "furusato," or hometown. Guests can look forward to a refreshing, relaxing time. Families with young children are most welcome.
How to get there?
From Kawazu Station (Izu Kyuko Line): about 15 min by taxi.
By car: About 90 min (65 km) from Tomei Expressway Numazu IC. Exit the Tomei Expressway at Numazu IC and continue along Route 136 heading towards Shuzenji area, then along Route 414 heading towards Amagi-toge Pass. You will pass by the Kawazu-Nanadaru loop bridge. At the Shimosagano intersection (with 7-Eleven store), turn left and continue along the road for 5 min.
Gallery Court OFA ATU
This is a tiny art museum set near a long row of Kawazu cherry blossoms. Guests really love the hotel's full-course dinners, which are enjoyed by candle light with fresh air blowing in from the lake. There are also open-air baths available for private reservation 24 hours a day to provide guests with a luxurious and relaxing experience.
How to get there?
From Kawazu Station (Izu Kyuko Line): 10 minutes on foot.
By car: Take the Tomei Expressway. Exit the expressway at the Numazu IC and continue on Route 414 for about 90 minutes (50km).
Kawazu no Sato
This cottage-type accommodation is located to the south of Toyoizumi Bridge, a popular spot for viewing Kawazu cherry blossoms. Enjoy a beautiful view of the cherry blossoms from the guestroom. Take a relaxing soak in a naturally flowing hot spring open-air bath, and have fun fishing trout and sweetfish.
How to get there?
From Kawazu Station (Izu Kyuko Line): about 20 min on foot or 5 min by taxi.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Numazu IC and continue along Route 136 and Route 414 (Higashi Surugawan Kanjo Road/Izu Chuo Road) for about 90 min (57 km). Landmark: Toyoizumi Bridge

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