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Shimoda Tokyu Hotel
Shimoda Tokyu Hotel
Excellent
4.2
(13 reviews)
Shimoda, Izu
Shimoda Tokyu Hotel - located on the south side of Izu Peninsula Geopark, 160 minutes by train and 210 minutes by car from Tokyo - has 4 major distinctive features.
1. The crystal clear blue ocean and the white beach can be seen from this hotel set on a cliff.
2. An open-air hot spring is available for guests to relax in.
3. Blessings of the sea and mountain can be savored at the French or Japanese Restaurant inside the hotel.
4. Fruit-picking, flower parks, marine activities, golf and more can be enjoyed near the hotel.
Many people from all over the world stay at this hotel. English-speaking staff are always available.
How to get there?
From Izukyu-Shimoda Station (Izu Kyuko Line): About 25 min on foot; about 6 min by taxi.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Atsugi IC and continue via the Atsugi-Odawara Road for about 137 km (about 150 min).
By taxi: About 7 min at around JPY 1,000.
The hotel shuttle bus can be used for free. *Please see the hotel homepage for times.
Futaritowani En
Futaritowani En
Exceptional
4.7
(5 reviews)
Izu, Izu
This facility was created for couples that want to forever remember their precious memories together and weave together their destinies.
How to get there?
From Mishima Station (JR Tokaido Line), South Exit: Take the Izuhakone Railway Sunzu Line bound for Shuzenji Station for about 30 min.
From Shuzenji Station, South Exit: Take a Tokai Bus bound for Matsuzaki, get off at the Fujimien bus stop, and it is about 1 min on foot from there.
Izunagaoka Kinjokan
Izunagaoka Kinjokan
Izunokuni, Izu
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.
Hotel - Fuji Fugaku Gunjo
Hotel - Fuji Fugaku Gunjo
Exceptional
5.0
(2 reviews)
Izu, Izu
This quiet, relaxing hotel boasts eight luxury guestrooms each over 130 square meters. Guests can enjoy a magnificent view of an ever-changing Mt. Fuji and Suruga Bay from their room.
How to get there?
From Mishima Station (JR Tokaido Line): Take the Izuhakone Railway bound for Shuzenji and get off at Shuzenji Station (25 minutes). Then take a Tokai Bus bound for Dogajima/Matsuzaki and get off at the Okubo bus stop (about 45 minutes). It is about 5 minutes on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Numazu IC and continue along Route 1, then Route 136 for about 90 minutes. Head towards Daishu-in Temple.
Sora Togetsusou Kinryu
Sora Togetsusou Kinryu
Exceptional
4.5
(5 reviews)
Shuzenji, Izu
Nestled in a valley in an area of nearly 50,000 square meters, this resort is enveloped in intricate natural surroundings. Featuring open-air baths with light illumination, guests are invited to admire the splendors of the seasons.
How to get there?
From Shuzenji Station (Izuhakone Railway): Take a bus bound for Shuzenji Onsen and get off at the Shuzenji Onsen bus stop (about 8 minutes). It is about 8 minutes on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Numazu IC and continue along the Izu-Jukan Expressway for about 35 minutes.
Shimoda Itoen Hotel Hanamisaki
Shimoda Itoen Hotel Hanamisaki
Shimoda, Izu
Look forward to unlimited alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks with dinner! The hotel boasts a sumptuous buffet mainly featuring seafood. There are Japanese-style rooms with ocean views and a relaxing atmosphere, as well as spacious open-air baths on site.
How to get there?
From Izukyu-Shimoda Station (Izu Kyuko Line): about 5 min on foot.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at the Atsugi IC and continue along Route 135.
Yado-Marubun
Yado-Marubun
Good
3.3
(1 reviews)
Minamiizu, Izu
Every room in this hotel, which opened in 2006, has its own open-air bath. Guests can enjoy a panoramic view of Yumigahama Beach from the rooms, baths, lobby, and restaurant.
How to get there?
From Atami Station (JR Tokaido Line): Take the Izu Kyuko Line to Izukyu-Shimoda Station. Then take a bus bound for Irozaki and get off at the Kokumin Kyuka-mura bus stop. It is about 3 minutes on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Numazu IC and continue along Route 136, then Route 414 for about 120 minutes (90 km). Head towards Yumigahama Beach.
Ufufu
Ufufu
Izu, Izu
Guests can enjoy a peaceful and relaxing retreat from the worries of everyday life at this stylish countryside getaway tucked away alongside the Kanogawa River. This hotel offers a selection of exclusive detached rooms with open-air baths constantly replenished with natural hot spring water from the inn's private source.
How to get there?
From Mishima Station (JR Tokaido Shinkansen): Take the Izu-Hakone Railway train to Shuzenji Station. The hotel is about 20 minutes by taxi from the station.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Numazu IC and continue along Route 136, then Route 414.
Sagasawakan
Sagasawakan
Exceptional
4.6
(21 reviews)
Izu, Izu
This riverside hotel, surrounded by natural beauty, welcomes guests with 11 different baths brimming with hot water constantly flowing directly from the hot spring source. The inn also serves seasonal Japanese kaiseki course cuisine in the private dining room.
How to get there?
From Mishima Station (JR Tokaido Shinkansen): Take the Izuhakone Railway Sunzu Line bound for Shuzenji and get off at Shuzenji Station (about 35 min). Then take a Nakaizu Tokai bus bound for Showanomori/Kawazu and get off at the Sagasawa-Onsen bus stop (about 25 min). It is about 1 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Numazu IC and continue along Route 1 for about 7 km (about 10 min), then Route 136 for about 35 km (about 45 min). Follow the signs for Shimoda.
Dogashima New Ginsui
Dogashima New Ginsui
Exceptional
4.6
(12 reviews)
Dogashima, Izu
Located in a high position with a superb view of Sanshiro Island and Suruga Bay, this resort hotel offers guests a relaxing atmosphere much like a traditional Japanese-style lodging. This hotel ranks 2nd place in the Izu region, 12th overall, in the 40th annual Best 100 Hotels and Ryokan in Japan as voted by tourism professionals.
How to get there?
From Rendaiji Station (Izu Kyuko Railway): Take a Tokai bus bound for Dogashima and get off at the the Dogashima bus stop (40 min). It is about 3 min by pick-up mini bus from there.
By car: 110 min from Tomei Expressway Numazu IC.
Musouan Biwa
Musouan Biwa
Izu, Izu
Musouan Biwa provides an amazing view of the ocean and stunning golden sunset. The hotel aims to provide the best possible service to guests.
How to get there?
From Mishima Station (JR Tokaido Shinkansen): Take an Izu-Hakone Railway train bound for Shuzenji and get off at Shuzenji Station. Then take the Tokai Bus bound for Toi / Matsuzaki and get off at Toi Onsen (about 60 minutes). About 10 minutes on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Numazu IC and continue via Izu-Jukan Expressway and Route 136 for about 65 minutes (50 km). Follow signs for Toi Onsen Iriguchi.
Arai Ryokan
Arai Ryokan
Excellent
4.5
(42 reviews)
Shuzenji, Izu
This long-established ryokan was built in 1873. Almost the entire building was recognized as a National Cultural Asset. The baths are built in old Tempyo period (8th century) style.
How to get there?
From Mishima Station (JR Tokaido Line): Take an Izuhakone Railway Sunzu Line train bound for Shuzenji and get off at Shuzenji Station (35 min). From there, take a Tokai bus bound for Shuzenji Onsen and get off at the Shuzenji Onsen bus stop (7 min). It is 5 min on foot from there.
By car: 60 min from Tomei Expressway Numazu IC.
Hana no Omotenashi Nanraku
Hana no Omotenashi Nanraku
Exceptional
4.8
(4 reviews)
Minamiizu, Izu
A quiet inn surrounded by bamboo forests facing Aono River. Relax in any of their 21 kinds of baths. They also have 10 private baths for families available for reservation.
How to get there?
From Izukyu-Shimoda Station (Izu Kyuko Line), Main Exit: Take a Tokai Bus from terminal No.3 bound for Shimogamo and get off at the Kujobashi bus stop (approx. 25 min). It is about 2 min on foot from there.
Mizunosato Marukyu Ryokan
Mizunosato Marukyu Ryokan
Exceptional
4.5
(6 reviews)
Shuzenji, Izu
This ryokan blends traditional and contemporary, setting it apart from other Japanese inns. A variety of bathing options are available, including a open-air rock bath, and several private baths available for reservation by couples or families. The friendly management and barrier-free access ensure all guests receive the greatest possible hospitality.

3 private open-air baths (5F) may be used from 15:00 to 10:00 the next day.
The Gekka, Bijin and Sotsuki baths are available for private use free of charge.
*Only Sotsuki is reservation-based.
How to get there?
From Mishima Station (JR Tokaido Line): Take the Izuhakone Railway bound for Shuzenji and get off at Shuzenji Station (about 30 minutes). It is about 10 minutes by taxi from there.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Numazu IC and continue along the Izu Jukan Expressway, the Izu Chuodo, then the Shuzenji Road for about 30 minutes (25 km).
Aji no Yado Kikuta
Aji no Yado Kikuta
Higashiizu, Izu
This inn is located practically in the center of the onsen (hot springs) town and very close to the sea. As an inn focusing on cuisine, it offers various fresh seafood dishes and special assorted sashimi served on a miniature boat called funamori. The open-air bath is constructed from cypress and commands an excellent view.
How to get there?
From Izu-Inatori Station (Izukyu Railway): 5 minutes by taxi.
Umi Ichibou Zekkei no Yado Inatoriso
Umi Ichibou Zekkei no Yado Inatoriso
Exceptional
4.6
(10 reviews)
Higashiizu, Izu
This hotel faces the ocean and has various types of hot-spring baths. With a noon check-out, guests can relax and enjoy a leisurely stay. This hotel ranks 3rd place in the Izu region, 17th overall, in the 40th annual Best 100 Hotels and Ryokan in Japan as voted by tourism professionals.
How to get there?
Shuttle Service to/from Izu-Inatori Station
A shuttle service between the hotel and the closest station - Izu-Inatori Station - is now available.
If arriving between 14:00-18:00, call the hotel to inform them and a staff member will pick you up!
A staff member will be waiting holding a flag just outside the only exit of the station.
Let this staff member know you requested the shuttle service when you arrive.
Please notify the hotel of your expected arrival time to the station. Same-day requests also accepted.
*The hotel is located about 15 min on foot from the station, or 5 min by taxi.
Izu Hatake Onsen Daisenya
Izu Hatake Onsen Daisenya
Very good
3.9
(4 reviews)
Izunokuni, Izu
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.
Izu Inatori Resort Sazana
Izu Inatori Resort Sazana
Exceptional
4.7
(1 reviews)
Higashiizu, Izu
This hotel was reopened following a renovation in August 2015 and is affiliated with Inatori Tokai Hotel Yuen.

Baths
Large communal baths with indoor and open-air baths for both men and women are available at the main building of affiliate hotel Inatori Tokai Hotel Yuen. The baths at Yuen are free for guests at this hotel to use and feature 16 varieties of bath including ocean views.
*From this hotel it is just 20 meters on foot to the main building of Hotel Yuen.

Access:
*Guests arriving by car, please search "Tokai Hotel Yuen" via GPS or search the hotel's telephone number: 0557-95-2121

Wi-Fi
Available for free inside the hotel.
How to get there?
From Izu-Inatori Station (Izu Kyuko Line): 15 minutes on foot.
Atagawa Prince Hotel
Atagawa Prince Hotel
Excellent
4.4
(9 reviews)
Higashiizu, Izu
In addition to 12 types of baths for men and women to enjoy, the hotel also has a private open-air bath. Their high position commands a great view of the sea.

The premium area ‘Qoomo’ opened after renovations in December 2017.
Qoomo features Daybed Cabins and Daybed Cabins with open-air bath, new guestrooms marked by hilltop views of the sky and sea, and large daybeds!

Guests will be welcomed with hospitality available only to guests staying in these rooms.
Spend your stay as you like, as free as a fluffy cloud.

Hospitality for Premium Area ‘Qoomo’
- Welcome drink in the guestroom (until 17:30)
- The guestroom refrigerator will have 1 bottle of water and 1 bottle of carbonated water for each guest.
- High quality amenities including specially textured bath towels and pajamas
- Meals at private dining restaurant ‘Hanaikada’
How to get there?
From Izu-Atagawa Station (Izu Kyuko Railway): Pick-up bus service available (14:30-18:00).
By car: 90 min from Seisho Bypass Ishibashi IC.
Tofuya Resort & Spa-Izu
Tofuya Resort & Spa-Izu
Excellent
4.3
(1 reviews)
Izu, Izu
The Tofuya Resort & Spa-Izu, with guestrooms, restaurants, and onsen dotting its 119,000 square meter grounds spanning the bank of the Yoshina River, prides itself on its 400 years as a Japanese-style resort.
The superior guest rooms, which are both traditional and modern, are not only Internet accessible, but the baths in each room use water from an onsen. The Yoshina Onsen, the oldest onsen in Izu, which was visited by a famous courtesan in the Edo era, can be found at this ryokan.
The 6 different onsen - the men’s and women’s open-air baths, the private baths, and men’s and women’s indoor baths - are also quite enticing.
For meals, please enjoy Japanese auberge-style cuisine at Kaiseki Chaya shuion, a restaurant that left behind the pillars and beams of an Edo era building, and restored the thatched roof.
How to get there?
From Mishima Station (JR Tokaido Shinkansen): Take the Izuhakone Railway to Shuzenji Station (about 35 min). Then take a Tokai bus bound for Yugashima-Onsen and get off at the Yoshina-Onsenguchi bus stop (about 20 min). It is about 15 min from there on foot. Pick-up service from the bus stop also available (contact required in advance).
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at the Numazu IC and continue along the Izu-Jukan Expressway for about 38 km (about 50 min).
Seiryuso
Seiryuso
Shimoda, Izu
This highly-reputed ryokan (Japanese-style hotel) faces Inozawa River and is enveloped in a quiet woodland. The approximately 6,600 square meter garden features the Garden Spa, a relaxation facility to refresh all five senses.
How to get there?
From Rendaiji Station (Izu Kyuko Line), Main Gate: About 8 min on foot.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway from Atsugi IC and take Odawara-Atsugi Road for about 32 km (about 30 min), and then take Route 135 for about 111 km (about 180 min).
Bousui
Bousui
Exceptional
4.6
(16 reviews)
Higashiizu, Izu
The calm guest rooms provide a full view of Sagami-nada Sea. The hotel's cypress bath is filled with the wonderful scent of trees. Guests can also enjoy the hotel's special seafood dishes, and leisurely pass the time.
Located in Hokkawa Onsen, along the eastern shore of the Izu Peninsula. The hotel offers a breathtaking view of Sagaminada with a magnificent scenery of the season that charms everyone, locals and visitors alike.
100 meters away from the hotel is Kuroneiwa-buro, a spectacular open-air bath right next to the shoreline, a rarity even in a country of hot springs.
The view of the sunset from the open-air bath is simply superb. The Private Gazebo reservable bath offers an exceptional view for those who want to feel like they have the entire vast ocean all to themselves.
How to get there?
From Tokyo Station: Take a JR Tokaido Shinkansen to Atami Station (about 50 min). Transfer to the JR Ito Line (connects to Izu-Kyuko Line) bound for Izukyu-Shimoda and get off at Izu-Atagawa Station (about 60 min). It is about 5 min by pick-up car service from there.
Imaiso
Imaiso
Exceptional
4.5
(34 reviews)
Kawazu, Izu
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.
Awashima Hotel (From Mar. 26, 2020: Wyndham Grand Awashima)
Awashima Hotel (From Mar. 26, 2020: Wyndham Grand Awashima)
Numazu, Gotemba
This all-suite hotel is located on a small, uninhabited island in Suruga Bay. This private resort offers views of the ocean and symbolic Mt. Fuji from the ocean.
How to get there?
From Mishima Station (JR Tokaido Shinkansen) North Exit: About 40 minutes by taxi.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Numazu IC and continue for about 40 minutes.
Mibunoshou
Mibunoshou
Higashiizu, Izu
This is a secluded inn away from the nearest village. Guests can enjoy a luxurious retreat taking in views filled equally with mountains and sea and relaxing in spacious guest rooms with their own attached open-air bath.
How to get there?
From Izu-Inatori Station (Izu Kyuko Line): About 10 minutes by taxi.
By car: Exit the Odawara-Atsugi Road at Ishibashi IC and continue along Route 135 for about 120 minutes. Head towards Izu Animal Kingdom, Inatori Golf Club.
Onyado Sakaya
Onyado Sakaya
Izu, Izu
Founded in the Edo era, this quiet hotel known for its food was a favorite of such greats as artist Taro Okamoto and film director Akira Kurosawa. There are six baths using water constantly flowing directly from the hot spring source. The open-air bath offers a splendid panoramic view of the area. The inn welcomes guests with cordial service and kaiseki cuisine using locally grown produce.
How to get there?
From Shuzenji Station (Izu-Hakone Railway): About 15 minutes by taxi
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Numazu IC and continue along Route 1 and Route 136. Then head to Route 414 via Izu Chuodo (Shuzenji Road) and continue for about 33 km (45 minutes). Turn right at the Yoshinaguchi intersection or Onyado Sakaya sign.
Hanareya Ishidaya
Hanareya Ishidaya
Exceptional
4.7
(10 reviews)
Kawazu, Izu
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).
Kissho Caren
Kissho Caren
Excellent
4.3
(3 reviews)
Higashiizu, Izu
Located upland in the Kitagawa hot spring district, this hotel boasts a magnificent view overlooking Izu Oshima Island. Enjoy an exceptionally beautiful sunrise in the rotenburo (open-air bath).

About Caren hospitality:
-Elegant pancakes and afternoon tea (14:00 to 15:30 at Aotake)
-24 hour concierge desk (Pick up sightseeing pamphlets, walking maps, etc.)
-Coffee & tea service (7:00 to 23:00, lobby lounge)
-After-bath beer or aloe juice (16:00 to 18:00)
-Tokoroten gelatin (7:00 to 10:30, 16:00 to 18:00)
-Izu sweets before bed (21:30 to 22:30)
-Nail color & yukata selection
-2 liter mineral water provided
-Pajamas and aroma pot prepared in the guestroom
-Free bath-hopping at the hotel's sister facility "Tsuruya Kisshotei" & 50-minute private reservable bath (first-come, first-served on the day of accommodation)
-Rentals (kotatsu heated table, humidifier, aroma, painting supplies, calligraphy supplies, games, etc. (first-come, first-served)
-Please see the concierge desk about other services.
*Note that the contents and available times for each service may change.
How to get there?
From Atagawa Station (Izukyu Line): About 10 minutes by taxi.
Gyokusui
Gyokusui
Higashiizu, Izu
This traditional yet modern Japanese inn stands in a spacious site and has only 13 guest rooms. Please relax in the public bath or the reservable private bath with a plentitude of natural hot spring water, and enjoy the seasonal delicacy of a Japanese course meal.
How to get there?
From Atami Station (JR Ito Line): Take the Izu Kyuko Railway bound for Izu-Shimoda and get off at Izu-Atagawa Station (60 min). It is 5 min by taxi from there.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Atsugi IC and continue for about 60 km (about 90 min). Look for Keio Atagawa apartments.
Hamabe no Yado Toutei
Hamabe no Yado Toutei
Exceptional
4.5
(4 reviews)
Shimoda, Izu
All thirteen guest rooms are designed with relaxed interior. The hotel faces Izu's beautiful Iritahama beach. Savor some of the traditional Japanese kaiseki (course) dishes prepared with fresh seafood.
How to get there?
From Izukyu-Shimoda Station (Izu Kyuko Line): Take a bus bound for Shimogamo/Irozaki and get off at the Irita bus stop (approx. 10 min). It is about 5 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Seisho By-Pass at Ishibashi IC and continue along Route 135 for about 150 min (95 km) towards Iritahama Beach.
Gyokuhokan
Gyokuhokan
Exceptional
4.8
(5 reviews)
Kawazu, Izu
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.
Shotokan
Shotokan
Exceptional
4.8
(8 reviews)
Numazu, Gotemba
Refresh your mind and body with a scenic ocean view, delicious food, relaxing hot springs, and warm hospitality.
How to get there?
From Mishima Station (JR Tokaido Shinkansen): Take the Izuhakone Railway bound for Shuzenji to Izu-Nagaoka Station (20 min). From there take an Izuhakone bus bound for Mito Sea Paradise to the Mito Sea Paradise bus stop (20 min). It is 1 min on foot from there.
Satoyama no Bettei Shimoda Central Hotel
Satoyama no Bettei Shimoda Central Hotel
Shimoda, Izu
This hotel has a large bath, and all the baths including those in the guestrooms use high-quality natural hot spring water. The hotel also offers banquet-style cuisine prepared with the bounty of the sea.
How to get there?
From Izukyu-Shimoda Station (Izu Kyuko Line): Take a bus bound for Matsuzaki/Dogajima and get off at the Shimoda Central Hotel bus stop (about 20 minutes). It is about 1 minute on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Atsugi IC and continue along the Odawara-Atsugi Road, then National Route 135 for about 190 minutes. Then take National Route 414 and Prefectural Route 15. Head towards Izukyu-Shimoda Station.
Yubata Kagetsutei
Yubata Kagetsutei
Exceptional
4.7
(3 reviews)
Shimoda, Izu
Hitou Hidden Hot Springs
Rendaiji is a hot spring area said to have been founded by Japanese Buddhist priest Gyoki 1,300 years ago. The temple named Rendaiji which gave its name to the area has been gone for 800 years, but this area has many hot spring sources with enough water to fill hot spring baths all over Shimoda.
History also tells us that Yoshida Shoin, an important figure at the end of the Tokugawa Shogunate, came here to heal his skin condition in the hot spring. The place where he happened upon the hot spring is just a 5-minute walk from the hotel.
The water quality here is slightly alkaline, giving it skin beautifying and warming effects which coat the whole body.
Also the water temperature is low to average compared to other hot springs, which prevents dizziness and discomfort from prolonged bathing.
These hot spring waters are sure to relax away all your fatigue and tiredness.

Indoor baths in the guestrooms are spacious and filled with all natural water pumped continuously from the source.
The water here is effective on the following:
Nerve, muscle and joint pain, stiff shoulders, beautifying the skin,
motor paralysis, joint stiffness, bruises, sprains, chronic digestive diseases,
hemorrhoids, chills, recovery following sickness, recovery from fatigue,
and improvement of overall health.
*Bedding is laid out in advance on this plan.
The baths may be used until late at night.

Meals
Dinner:
Reception is available at 17:30, 18:00, 18:30 and 19:00 (informed by hotel staff on the day)
*Customer's desired dinner times may not be available depending on prior reservations.

*The final time to start dinner is 19:00. Guests arriving any later cannot be guaranteed dinner.

Breakfast:
Reception is available at 7:30, 8:00 and 8:30
*Served in the dining area or guestroom (not selectable)
How to get there?
From Izukyu-Shimoda Station (Izu Kyuko Railway): 10 min by car.
By car: 60 km from Tomei Expressway Numazu IC.

Shuttle Bus
Shuttle bus schedule from Izukyu-Shimoda Station to Kagetsutei

Izukyu-Shimoda Station to Kagetsutei
14:00 / 15:00 / 16:00 / 17:00 / 17:30 / 18:00*

Kagetsutei to Izukyu-Shimoda Station
9:00 / 9:30 / 10:00 / 10:30*

*Designates last shuttle bus of the day.
Taberu Oyado Hamanoyu
Taberu Oyado Hamanoyu
Excellent
4.3
(1 reviews)
Higashiizu, Izu
Savor an original cuisine featuring fresh seafood only from Izu.

Admire a spectacular view you can only see from the rooftop communal bath, Manten. Izu Oshima can even be seen on clear days.
Offering a 270-degree panoramic view, the Boyo communal bath features flowing hot water from a tub so spacious, it's as if the magnificent blue ocean is pouring into it.
*Male and female bathing times for the 2 communal baths change in the morning and evening.

There are also 4 different reservable baths available for use free of charge! (Inoyu, Ronoyu, Hanoyu, Ukifune)
Staying guests are free to use them at these times: 15:00 - 23:00 / 6:00 - 9:30 (Please lock the door from the inside when using the bath.)

Plus, there is also a spacious 110 sqm Suite Private Spa with a reservable bath.
Here, enjoy a luxurious time in the mist sauna, open-air laying bath, open-air bath or indoor bath, or sit back and relax at the deck terrace.
And if that's not enough relaxation, there is also a massage chair you can use after using the bath. (60 min per group at JPY 3,240 / reservations must be made on the day)
How to get there?
From Izu-Inatori Station (Izu Kyuko Line): 20 min on foot or about 5 min by taxi.
By car: about 110 min from Tomei Expressway Atsugi IC.
Izunagaoka Villa Garden Ishinoya
Izunagaoka Villa Garden Ishinoya
Izunokuni, Izu
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.
Tokiichiyu
Tokiichiyu
Exceptional
4.7
(2 reviews)
Minamiizu, Izu
This resort ryokan (traditional Japanese-style inn) offers guests a pleasant, relaxing time. The inn's three-story wooden building is filled with light and broad windows. It is located along the coast of Minami-Izu Yuigahama Beach, which was selected as one of the most beautiful beaches in Japan.
How to get there?
From Izukyu-Shimoda Station: About 20 minutes by taxi.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Atsugi IC and continue on Odawara-Atsugi Road for about 32 km, then continue on Route 135 for another 90 km (about 180 minutes) towards Yumigahama coast.
Dogashima Onsen Hotel
Dogashima Onsen Hotel
Review score
2.8
(1 reviews)
Dogashima, Izu
Every room has an ocean view of Suruga Bay. The water quality is said to be great and have good effects on your skin. The open-air bath follows the coast.
How to get there?
From Rendaiji Station (Izu Kyuko Railway): Take a bus bound for Dogajima to the Dogajima bus stop (40 min). It is 10 min from there.
By car: 100 min from Tomei Expressway Numazu IC.
Atagawa Onsen Suiko
Atagawa Onsen Suiko
Higashiizu, Izu
This hotel stands on one of the highest points in Atagawa, providing fantastic views of the ocean from any room. The hotel will welcome you with small-sized private open-air baths for families and with a relaxing atmosphere.
How to get there?
From Atami Station (JR Ito Line): Take Izu Kyuko Railway train bound for Izukyu-Shimoda to Izu-Atagawa Station (60 min) and it is 8 min on foot/3 min by taxi from there.
Izu Nagaoka Onsen Sanyoso Prince Hotels & Resorts
Izu Nagaoka Onsen Sanyoso Prince Hotels & Resorts
Izunokuni, Izu
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.
Yunohana-tei
Yunohana-tei
Exceptional
5.0
(1 reviews)
Izu, Izu
This ryokan (Japanese-style hotel) is located in the middle of the Toi coast. Guests can admire tatami mat flooring used throughout the building. With immediate access to the coast, this hotel is a great choice for visiting the beach in the summer.
How to get there?
From Mishima Station (JR Tokaido Line): Take the Izuhakone Railway bound for Shuzenji and get off at Shuzenji Station (35 min). Then take a Tokai Bus bound for Dogajima/Matsuzaki and get off at the Yunokawa bus stop (50 min). Immediate access from there.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Numazu IC and continue along Route 136 for about 80 min.
Hoozue no Toki Beauty & Spa Resort Izu
Hoozue no Toki Beauty & Spa Resort Izu
Izu, Izu
Rooms with a view of the sun setting in the horizon are all complete with open-air hot spring baths. Modern design rooms offer a range of relaxation activities. A beauty and spa resort, this accommodation is a place where guests can truly feel refreshed and rejuvenated.
How to get there?
By train: Take the JR Line train to JR Mishima Station, or take the Izuhakone Railway train to Shuzenji Station.
By bus: Take the bus to Toi Onsen.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Numazu IC and continue along Route 136.