Ikaho, Japan Hotels & Ryokan

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Ikaho Hotels & Ryokan

Nagomigokoro no Yado Omori
Savor delicious seasonal dishes and enjoy the roof-top open-air garden bath at an altitude of 800 meters. Omori welcomes guests with the utmost hospitality. All rooms have Wi-Fi access.

How to get there?
From Shibukawa Station (JR Jo-etsu Line): Take a Kan-etsu Kotsu Bus bound for Ikaho Onsen and get off at the Ikaho Onsen bus stop (about 25 min). It is about 1 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Kan-etsu Expressway at Shibukawa-Ikaho IC and continue along Prefectural Route 33 for about 12 km (about 20 min).
Yorokobinoyado Shinki
This hotel features large baths with amazing views, open-air baths at an elevation of 800 meters, and seasonal kaiseki cuisine, which ensure that its guests have a great time.
How to get there?
[For guests taking a rental car]
・180 min. from Narita Airport (via Higashi Kanto Expressway, Shuto Expressway, Kan-etsu Expressway)
・140 min. from Haneda Airport (via Shuto Expressway, Kan-etsu Expressway)
・50 min. from Takasaki Station
・20 min. from Shibukawa Station

[For guests taking the expressway bus]
・155 min. from Shinjuku Expressway Bus Terminal (Shinjuku Station New South Exit) aboard the JR Bus Kanto Joshu Yumegiri

[For guests taking the train]
・Tokyo Station - (Joetsu Shinkansen 50 min.) - Takasaki Station - (Joetsu Line 30 min.) - Shibukawa Station - (bus 30 min.) - Ikaho Onsen bus terminal - (walk 3 min.) - hotel
・Ueno Station - (Takasaki Line 120 min.) - Takasaki Station - (Joetsu Line 30 min.) - Shibukawa Station - (bus 30 min.) - Ikaho Onsen bus terminal - (walk 3 min.) - hotel
Moriaki Ryokan
This traditional Japanese inn was loved by a famous Japanese novelist. The grand views from its open-air baths take in the surrounding mountains.
How to get there?
[For guests taking a rental car]
・180 min from Narita Airport (via Higashi Kanto Expressway, Shuto Expressway, Kan-etsu Expressway)
・140 min from Haneda Airport (via Shuto Expressway, Kan-etsu Expressway)
・50 min from Takasaki Station
・20 min from Shibukawa Station

[For guests taking the expressway bus]
・155 min from Shinjuku Expressway Bus Terminal (Shinjuku Station New South Exit) aboard the JR Bus Kanto Joshu Yumeguri.

[For guests taking the train]
・Tokyo Station - (Joetsu Shinkansen 50 min) - Takasaki Station - (Joetsu Line 30 min) - Shibukawa Station - (bus 30 min) - Ikaho Onsen bus terminal - (walk 10 min) - hotel
・Ueno Station - (Takasaki Line 120 min) - Takasaki Station - (Joetsu Line 30 min) - Shibukawa Station - (bus 30 min) - Ikaho Onsen bus terminal - (walk 10 min) - hotel
Yokotekan
Located in the heart of the onsen resort area, this hotel delivers ancient history and modern services. Guests can look forward to the hotel's high-class service and famous old-style baths.
How to get there?
Shuttle Service
Ikaho ⇔ Hotel
*Shuttles available from bus stops or stations within Ikaho to go to the hotel, or from a nearby bus stop to go from the hotel to Ikaho.
Please call the hotel upon arrival to request pick up. Inquire at the hotel front desk for drop off shuttle to Ikaho.

By Bus
From Shibukawa Station on the JR Joetsu Line: Take a bus towards Ikaho Onsen (about 30 minutes). The hotel is about 5 minutes from the stop on foot.
Ikaho Shusuien
Located in the highlands of the Ikaho Onsen area, this hotel provides guests with a spectacular view. Guests really enjoy the open-air baths located along the woods. The hotel's facilities include a crafts area where guests can try making ceramics.
How to get there?
[For guests taking a rental car]
・180 min from Narita Airport (via Higashi Kanto Expressway, Shuto Expressway, Kan-etsu Expressway)
・140 min from Haneda Airport (via Shuto Expressway, Kan-etsu Expressway)
・50 min from Takasaki Station
・20 min from Shibukawa Station

[For guests taking the expressway bus]
・155 min from Shinjuku Expressway Bus Terminal (Shinjuku Station New South Exit) aboard the JR Bus Kanto Joshu Yumeguri.

[For guests taking the train]
・Tokyo Station - (Joetsu Shinkansen 50 min) - Takasaki Station - (Joetsu Line 30 min) - Shibukawa Station - (bus 30 min) - Ikaho Onsen bus terminal - (walk 10 min) - hotel
・Ueno Station - (Takasaki Line 120 min) - Takasaki Station - (Joetsu Line 30 min) - Shibukawa Station - (bus 30 min) - Ikaho Onsen bus terminal - (walk 10 min) - hotel
Kaichoro
A traditional Japanese ryokan, standing in the remote Ikaho area, offering just 8 upper-class rooms. Guests can experience a new style of cuisine and accommodation with "new Japanese" taste throughout.
How to get there?
From Shibukawa Station (JR Jo-etsu Line): Take a bus bound for Ikaho Onsen and get off at Ikaho Onsen bus stop (about 30 min). It is about 10 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Kan-etsu Expressway at Shibukawa-Ikaho IC and continue along National Route 17 for about 1 km, then Prefectural Route 33 for about 11 km (about 25 min).
Sanyo Hotel
A reasonably-priced inn at Ikaho Hot Springs. Enjoy the sumibiyaki (chargrilled) cuisine popular among guests! Ideal for families or groups of friends, guests can enjoy karaoke and table tennis facilities!
How to get there?
From Tokyo Station: Take the JR Yamanote Line to Ueno Station (about 20 minutes). From Ueno, Take the JR Jo-etsu Shinkansen Line bound for Nagano or Niigata and get off at Takasaki Station (about 60 minutes). From Takasaki Station (East Exit), take the JR Jo-etsu Line bound for Nagaoka / Minakami and get off at Shibukawa Station (about 20 minutes). About 30 minutes by taxi from there.
By car: Exit the Kan-etsu Expressway at Shibukawa-Ikaho IC and continue along Shibukawa Matsuida Line for about 25 minutes (8 km). Turn left at Takehisa Yumeji Memorial.
Ryokan Fukuzen
With a 300-year history in Ikaho Onsen, this inn boast a panoramic rooftop communal bath, from where guests can view a magnificent sunset. Experience true Japanese hospitality as all staff give a warm, heartfelt welcome into this traditional inn.
How to get there?
From Shibukawa Station (JR Joetsu Line): about 15 minutes by taxi. Alternatively, take the bus bound for Ikaho Onsen and get off at Miharashita. From there it takes about 2 minutes on foot.
By car: Exit the Kan-etsu Expressway at Shibukawa Ikaho IC.
Hotel Kimura
This hotel is convenient for sightseeing on the Ikaho ropeway and the Ishidangai, also known as the Ikaho Stone Steps which form the main road along the hot spring area. Guests can also relax in the hotel's popular tatami bath.
How to get there?
From Shibukawa Station (JR Joetsu Line): Take the bus bound for Ikaho Onsen and get off at Ikaho Onsen Bus Terminal. About 3 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Kan-etsu Expressway at Shibukawa-Ikaho IC and continue on National Route 17, then Prefectural Route 33 (Shibukawa-Matsuida Route) for about 20 min (about 11 km). Landmark: Takehisa Yumeji Ikaho Memorial.
Hotel Matsumotoro
This hotel boasts in it's warm hospitality, full of kindness and thoughtful interaction, bringing peace and relaxation to the guests traveling experience.
How to get there?
From Shibukawa Station (JR Jo-etsu Line): Take the Kan-etsu bus bound for Ikaho Onsen for about 25 minutes and get off at Miharasika. About another 3 minutes on foot.
By car: Exit the Kan-Etsu Expressway at the Shibukawa-Ikaho IC and continue along Prefectural Route 33 for about 25 minutes (about 10 km).
Hotel Tenbo
This is a resort hotel that combines the authentic Japanese atmosphere of a ryokan and the convenience of an urban hotel. The hotel lot is 3,300 square meters, and guests can enjoy the large shared bath and the stone bath constructed using 600 tons of Samba stone.
How to get there?
[For guests taking a rental car]
- From Narita Airport: 180 min (via Higashi Kanto Expressway, Shuto Expressway, Kan-etsu Expressway).
- From Haneda Airport: 140 min (via Shuto Expressway, Kan-etsu Expressway).
- From Takasaki Station: 50 min.
- From Shibukawa Station: 20 min.

[For guests taking the expressway bus]
- From Shinjuku Expressway Bus Terminal (Shinjuku Station New South Exit): 155 min aboard the JR Bus Kanto Joshu Yumegiri.

[For guests taking the train]
- From Tokyo Station: Take the Joetsu Shinkansen to Takasaki Station (50 min). Then take the Joetsu Line to Shibukawa Station (30 min). Then take a bus to the Miharashishita bus stop (30 min). It is 5 min on foot from there.
- From Ueno Station: Take the Takasaki Line to Takasaki Station (120 min). Then take the Joetsu Line to Shibukawa Station (30 min). Then take a bus to the Miharashishita bus stop (30 min). It is 5 min on foot from there.
Oyado Tamaki
The Chinese Fiddle and Shakuhachi (Japanese bamboo flute) concert, takes place 7 times a month in the lobby lounge.
How to get there?
From Shibukawa Station (JR Joetsu Line): Take bus bound for Ikaho Onsen to Ikaho Onsen (about 20 min), and it is 5 min on foot from there

By car: 15 min from Kan-Etsu Expressway Shibukawa-Ikaho IC
Kokuya (Ikaho Onsen)
Located in the heart of a hot springs town, this hotel has a pleasant atmosphere. The sound of a Japanese harp in the lobby and a flowing stream put guests at ease.
How to get there?
[For guests taking a rental car]
・180 min from Narita Airport (via Higashi Kanto Expressway, Shuto Expressway, Kan-etsu Expressway)
・140 min from Haneda Airport (via Shuto Expressway, Kan-etsu Expressway)
・50 min from Takasaki Station
・20 min from Shibukawa Station

[For guests taking the expressway bus]
・155 min from Shinjuku Expressway Bus Terminal (Shinjuku Station New South Exit) aboard the JR Bus Kanto Joshu Yumeguri.

[For guests taking the train]
・Tokyo Station - (Joetsu Shinkansen 50 min) - Takasaki Station - (Joetsu Line 30 min) - Shibukawa Station - (bus 30 min) - Ikaho Onsen bus terminal - (walk 10 min) - hotel
・Ueno Station - (Takasaki Line 120 min) - Takasaki Station - (Joetsu Line 30 min) - Shibukawa Station - (bus 30 min) - Ikaho Onsen bus terminal - (walk 10 min) - hotel
Hotel Kogure
Our hotel is located high in Ikaho, with the biggest bathhouse in North Kanto (3900 sq. m). You can soak yourself in our luxury hot springs.
How to get there?
[For guests taking a rental car]
・180 min from Narita Airport (via Higashi Kanto Expressway, Shuto Expressway, Kan-etsu Expressway)
・140 min from Haneda Airport (via Shuto Expressway, Kan-etsu Expressway)
・50 min from Takasaki Station
・20 min from Shibukawa Station

[For guests taking the expressway bus]
・155 min from Shinjuku Expressway Bus Terminal (Shinjuku Station New South Exit) aboard the JR Bus Kanto Joshu Yumeguri.

[For guests taking the train]
・Tokyo Station - (Joetsu Shinkansen 50 min) - Takasaki Station - (Joetsu Line 30 min) - Shibukawa Station - (bus 30 min) - Ikaho Onsen bus terminal - (walk 10 min) - hotel
・Ueno Station - (Takasaki Line 120 min) - Takasaki Station - (Joetsu Line 30 min) - Shibukawa Station - (bus 30 min) - Ikaho Onsen bus terminal - (walk 10 min) - hotel
Joshinnosato Hibikino
This hotel is set on a 50,000 square-meter site, offering guests an experience of nature in its very essence that can be enjoyed throughout the seasons. Try the gold bath and silver bath, both of which feature their own natural spring source. Guests here can also taste seasonal kaiseki cuisine for an elegant Japanese-style stay.
How to get there?
From Shibukawa Station (JR Jo-etsu Line): Take the bus bound for Ikaho Onsen and get off at Miharashishita (about 30 minutes). The hotel is about 5 minutes on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Kan-etsu Expressway at Shibukawa-Ikaho IC and continue along Prefectural Route 33 for about 20 minutes (11 km).
Kishigon Ryokan
This storied ryokan was established in 1576 and is located on the upper part of Ishidan-gai, the long stone steps in the middle of Ikaho Onsen hot spring resort. It has a total of ten baths with an abundant supply of hot water from the kogane-no-yu hot spring, renowned for its medicinal qualities. Open-air baths and reservable baths are available, as well. Every room has a beautiful mountain view and traditional Japanese decor. The hotel also boasts a delicious selection of seasonal Japanese and Western cuisine made chiefly from fresh, local ingredients. This is an ideal location to experience the rest and relaxation only a true ryokan can offer.
How to get there?
[For guests taking a rental car]
・180 min from Narita Airport (via Higashi Kanto Expressway, Shuto Expressway, Kan-etsu Expressway)
・140 min from Haneda Airport (via Shuto Expressway, Kan-etsu Expressway)
・50 min from Takasaki Station
・20 min from Shibukawa Station

[For guests taking the expressway bus]
・155 min from Shinjuku Expressway Bus Terminal (Shinjuku Station New South Exit) aboard the JR Bus Kanto Joshu Yumeguri.

[For guests taking the train]
・Tokyo Station - (Joetsu Shinkansen 50 min) - Takasaki Station - (Joetsu Line 30 min) - Shibukawa Station - (bus 30 min) - Ikaho Onsen bus terminal - (walk 10 min) - hotel
・Ueno Station - (Takasaki Line 120 min) - Takasaki Station - (Joetsu Line 30 min) - Shibukawa Station - (bus 30 min) - Ikaho Onsen bus terminal - (walk 10 min) - hotel
Fukuichi
This ryokan (Japanese inn) stands on the top of Ishidan-gai (Stone Stair Town) in Mt. Haruna. They present a wonderful view and a quiet atmosphere. Their special cuisine, made using fresh seasonal ingredients, is popular among guests.
How to get there?
[For guests taking a rental car]
- 180 min from Narita Airport (via Higashi Kanto Expressway, Shuto Expressway, Kan-etsu Expressway)
- 140 min from Haneda Airport (via Shuto Expressway, Kan-etsu Expressway)
- 50 min from Takasaki Station
- 20 min from Shibukawa Station

[For guests taking the expressway bus]
- 155 min from Shinjuku Expressway Bus Terminal (Shinjuku Station New South Exit) aboard the JR Bus Kanto Joshu Yumeguri.

[For guests taking the train]
Tokyo Station - (Joetsu Shinkansen 50 min) - Takasaki Station - (Joetsu Line 30 min) - Shibukawa Station - (bus 30 min) - Ikaho Onsen bus terminal - (walk 10 min) - hotel
Ueno Station - (Takasaki Line 120 min) - Takasaki Station - (Joetsu Line 30 min) - Shibukawa Station - (bus 30 min) - Ikaho Onsen bus terminal - (walk 10 min) - hotel
Pinon
Newly renovated and back in business in March 2009, this Western-style inn will definitely leave a good impression. It features British antique furniture and contemporary art, and it also offers remarkable dishes to satisfy guests.
How to get there?
By train: Get off at the Shibukawa Station (JR Joetsu Line) / By car: Exit the Kan'etsu Expressway at Shibukawa Ikaho IC
Ichikawa Bekkan Seikanso (Ikaho Onsen)
Located on a property encompassing over 49,000 square meters, this hotel provides guests with a chance to see a variety of seasonal flowers and greenery throughout the year. With a hot spring and forest trail, as well as an extraordinary mountain view from the guestrooms, this lodging has plenty to offer guests looking to have a relaxing vacation.
How to get there?
From Shibukawa Station (JR Jo-etsu Line): Take the bus bound for Ikaho Onsen and get off at Sakaizawa (about 20 minutes). Immediate access from there.
By car: Exit the Kan-etsu Expressway at Shibukawa-Ikaho IC and continue along Prefectural Route 33 for about 20 minutes (10 km).
Ooedo-Onsen Monogatari Hotel Ikaho
The waters of this famous hot spring area have been welling up for centuries, and are even mentioned in the Manyoshu, a collection of Japanese poems from over a millennium past. Guests at this hotel in Ikaho can enjoy two distinct types of spring water: the "Golden Water," oxidized to a reddish brown color, and the "Silver Water." The "kamaburo" traditional-style steam bath is another popular attraction.
How to get there?
From Shibukawa Station (JR Joetsu Line): About 25 min by taxi at around JPY 4,000 (as of Aug. 2011).
From Shibukawa Station: Take a Kanetsu Bus bound for Ikaho-Harunaguchi and alight at the final stop (about 30 min). Immediate access from there.
By car: Exit the Kanetsu Expressway at Shibukawa-Ikaho IC and continue on Prefectural Route 33. From Ikaho Green Bokujo, head toward Lake Haruna.
Ichifuji Hotel
Located on a hill at Ikaho Hot Springs. Guests can enjoy the viewing the scenery of the changing of seasons on the Johshu mountain ranges, dishes made from seasonal ingredients, and a welcoming atmosphere.
How to get there?
From Shibukawa Station (JR Joetsu Line): Take the bus bound for Ikaho Onsen and get off at Ikaho Onsen (approx. 30 min). The hotel is about 3 minutes on foot from the bus stop.
By car: Exit the Kan-Etsu Expressway at the Shibukawa-Ikaho IC and continue on National Route 17 and Prefectural Route 33 for about 20 minutes (12 km).
Ryokan Sakurai (Ikaho Onsen)
Views of Mt. Akagi and the Tanikawa mountain range are available from the large communal baths and open-air baths on the highest floor of this ryokan. The meals at Ryokan Sakurai are handmade using only the freshest local ingredients and there are 3 private outdoor baths which guests can reserve.
How to get there?
From Shibukawa Station (JR Jo-etsu Line, Agatsuma Line): Take the bus bound for Ikaho Onsen and get off at the last stop Ikaho Onsen Bus Stop (about 20 minutes). About 15 minutes on foot, or 5 minutes by taxi from there.
By car: Exit the Kan-etsu Expressway at Shibukawa-Ikaho IC and continue along Prefectural Route 33 (Shibukawa Matsuida Line) for about 15 minutes.
Kounkan
This modern inn offers 10 unique types of luxurious guest rooms featuring a traditional Japanese-style interior. Relax and unwind with thoughtful hospitality, exquisitely prepared cuisine, and a range of facilities including aromatherapy and a fortune-telling room.
How to get there?
From Shibukawa Station (JR Jo-etsu Line): Take the Joetsu Bus Line bound for Ikaho Onsen and get off after about 25 minutes at Ikaho Onsen. The hotel is about another 15 minutes on foot.
By car: Exit the Kan-etsu Expressway at Shibukawa-Ikaho IC and continue for about 20 minutes (9 km).

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