Izu, Japan Hotels & Ryokan

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Izu Hotels & Ryokan

Seiryu (Izu Dogashima)
Located on the beautiful coast of West Izu, you can gaze at the floating islands and sunset from the guestrooms or from the open-air bath on the beach. This hotel prides itself on its seafood cuisine, distinctive of Izu.
How to get there?
From Izukyu-Shimoda Station (Izu Kyuko Railway): Take a bus bound for Dogajima and get off at the Dogajima bus stop (60 minutes). It is 5 minutes on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Numazu IC and continue on Route 1 for about 15 minutes (4 km), then continue on Route 136 for another 95 minutes (68 km). Look for Hotel Accueil Sanshiro.
Izumiso (Shimoda)
Located near Shimoda Station, this inn makes a convenient base for sightseeing and aims to offer guests a homey atmosphere. The bathhouse commands a panoramic view of Mt. Nesugata, said to resemble a "sleeping beauty."
How to get there?
From Izukyu-Shimoda Station (Izu Kyuko Line): About 5 minutes on foot.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Numazu IC and continue along Route 414 for about 100 minutes (70 km). Head towards MaxValu (supermarket).
Shimoda Prince Hotel
All rooms and the hot spring bath command a view over the vast Pacific Ocean and the sunrise over the horizon. Guests may also enjoy fresh seafood at the restaurant.
How to get there?
From Izukyu-Shimoda Station (Izu Kyuko Line): Take a Shin-tokai bus bound for Shirahama Kaigan (via Itado Ichiki), and get off at the Shimoda Prince Hotel bus stop (about 15 minutes). It is about 3 minutes on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Numazu IC and continue along Routes 136, 414, and 135 for about 120 minutes (70 km).
Kurofune Hotel
The landmark of the hotel is a dome-shaped swimming pool and all rooms have ocean views. Enjoy the great night view from the open-air bath on the seventh floor and delicious seafood cuisine as well.
How to get there?
From Shimoda Station (Izukyu Line): Take a bus bound for Shirahama/Tsumekisaki and get off at the Togahama bus stop (approx. 3 min). It is about 1 min on foot from there.

From Narita Airport: Take the Narita Express to Tokyo Station (60 min).
From Haneda Airport: Take the Tokyo Monorail to Hamamatsucho Station (20 min). Then take the JR Yamanote Line to Tokyo Station (10 min).
From Tokyo Station: Take the Tokaido Shinkansen to Atami Station (60 min). From there it takes about 90 min to Izukyu Shimoda Station.
Alternatively, take the Odoriko limited express train to Izukyu Shimoda Station (160 min).

Shuttle Bus:
A shuttle bus runs from Izukyu Shimoda Station to the hotel.
The shuttle bus operates regularly from 13:00 to 18:00.
The trip takes about 5 min. Please make a reservation in advance.
Guests are also free to use the shuttle service after check-out from the hotel to Shimoda Station. The shuttle bus may be used from 8:30 to 11:00. The bus operates regularly within this period.
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).
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.
Hotel Kawachiya
The hotel's hot spring source is located on the premises and pumps out plenty of water for the large communal bath and open-air bath. The onsen water is truly straight from the source since the hotel uses a bamboo water cooling system to cool the water down to bathing temperature. The hotel serves Japanese seafood dishes.
How to get there?
From Izukyu-Shimoda Station (Izu Kyuko Railway): Take a bus bound for Shimogamo and get off at the Kujobashi bus stop (20 min). It is 15 min by taxi from there.
Shimoda Tokyu Hotel
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.
Yado-Marubun
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.
Arai Ryokan
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.
Hotel Yamadaya
Located on a hilltop overlooking Shimoda Port, this Japanese-style hotel offers a delicious selection of fresh seasonal cuisine, relaxing hot spring baths, and scenic open-air garden baths. At Hotel Yamadaya, guests can expect superb views, delectable dishes, and great baths.
How to get there?
From Izukyu-Shimoda Station (Izu Kyuko Line): About 35 minutes on foot or 10 minutes by taxi.
By car: Exit the Seisho Bypass at Ishibashi IC and continue along Route 135 for about 120 minutes (80 km) towards Atami / Ito.
Nenoyu Taizanso
A modern Japanese-style inn in the mountains only accepting 11 parties a day. Its motto is "new and traditional," and guests can look forward to exquisite, handmade cuisine.
How to get there?
From JR Mishima Station, South Exit: Take the Izuhakone Railway and get off at Shuzenji Station (about 30 min). Then, from the south exit of the station, take a bus bound for Shuzenji Onsen and get off at the Miyukibashi bus stop (about 7 min). It is about 3 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Numazu IC and continue along the Izu Jukan Expressway, Izu Chuodo, and then Shuzenji Road for about 25 km (about 35 min).
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.
Yutorelo Nishiizu
This modern Japanese hotel is centered on irori hearth dining. Take some time off from your usual days, and look forward to being treated with warm hospitality and spending a relaxing time at Yutorelo Nishiizu.
How to get there?
From Mishima Station (JR Tokaido Shinkansen): Take a Nishiizu Tokkyu bus to the Nakahama bus stop. Immediate access from there.
From Shuzenji Station (Izuhakone Railway): Take a No. 3 Tokai bus bound for Toi/Matsuzaki and get off at the Toi Nakahama bus stop (about 50 min). It is less than 1 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Numazu IC and continue along Route 136.
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.
Kannon Onsen
Experience the feeling of being wrapped up in the finest soft water - smooth as velvet. This hot spring resort prides itself on the quality of its water. Not to be missed.
How to get there?
From Izukyu-Shimoda Station (Izu Kyuko Line): About 25 minutes by taxi.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Numazu IC and continue for about 100 km.
Shimoda Bay Kuroshio
Located on high ground overlooking the Shimoda Bay, this hotel offers superb ocean views from each and every guestroom. Guests at this refined hotel can also look forward to enjoying delicious cuisine using fresh seafood carefully selected by the chef.
How to get there?
From Izukyu Shimoda Station (Izu Kyuko Line): About 15 minutes on foot or 3 minutes by taxi.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Atsugi IC and continue along the Odawara-Atsugi Road until Ishibashi IC for about 120 minutes.
Tsukigase Onsen Ufufu
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.
Izu Marriott Hotel Shuzenji
Featuring design inspired by the forests of Izu, this hotel offers 128 rooms in total, as well as relaxing communal baths with hot spring water drawn from Shuzenji Onsen, one of Japan's 100 Famous Onsen. Enjoy an unforgettable stay.
How to get there?
From Shuzenji Station (Izuhakone Railway Sunzu Line): Take a Tokai bus bound for Izu Marriott Hotel Shuzenji (about 25 min). Less than a minute on foot from there.
By car: Exit Amagikita Road at the Odaira IC and take Route 136 for about 15 min (7 km).
Hotel Katara Resort & Spa
Located on the hill where you can see the Izu Seven Islands. This hotel prides itself on its hot spring baths with an abundant amount of water, open-air hot spring baths, and hot spring swimming pools open year round.
How to get there?
From Izu-Atagawa Station (Izu Kyuko Line): 5 minutes on foot.
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.
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.
Laforet Shuzenji
This highland resort hotel, located over 400 acres, features a stunning array of facilities, from the hotel rooms and cottages to a sports center, seminar rooms and spa facilities. Laforet Shuzenji also offers a restaurant which serves both Japanese and Western-style cuisine, and a banquet hall.
How to get there?
From Mishima Station (JR Tokaido Shinkansen): Take the Izuhakone Railway bound for Shuzenji and get off at Shuzenji Station (about 35 minutes). It is about 20 minutes by taxi from there.
[By car]
-Exit the Tomei Expressway at Numazu IC and continue along National Route 1, then 136 for about 50 minutes (30 km). Take Izu Chuodo, then Shuzenji Road (toll road).
- Exit the Tomei Expressway at Numazu IC, then exit the Izu Jukan Expressway at Odaira IC and continue along Route 136.
*Shuttle service available (non-reserved).
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).
Mizunosato Marukyu Ryokan
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).
Ochiairo Murakami
This wooden ryokan (traditional Japanese inn), which has been recognized as an important tangible cultural property, blends modern elements into traditional Japanese architecture with perfect harmony. Guests can enjoy hot springs in amongst the natural scenery of Izu Amagi, as well as intricately prepared cuisine.
How to get there?
From Shuzenji Station (JR Tokaido Line): Take a Nakaizu Tokai Bus bound for Kawazu and get off at the Yugashima bus stop (about 35 min). It is about 20 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Shin-Tomei Expressway at Nagaizumi-Numazu IC and continue along Izu Jukan Expressway, Route 136, and then Route 414 for about 37 km (about 45 min).
Hotel Izukyu
This hot spring resort has a garden along the Shirahama coast and its large communal bath is located in beautiful rustic surroundings. Guests can relax to views of white beaches and blue ocean, and taste delicious, fresh seafood cuisine.
How to get there?
From Izukyu-Shimoda Station (Izu Kyuko Line): Take a bus bound for Isshiki/Itado at Shimoda Station Bus Terminal and get off at the Shirahama Kaigan bus stop (about 10 min). It is about 2 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Atsugi IC and continue along Odawara-Atsugi Road and Route 135 for about 125 km (about 170 min).
Atagawa Green Hotel Suiko
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 Inatori Resort Sazana
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.
Satoyama no Bettei Shimoda Central Hotel
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.
Shirakabeso
This quiet folk style hotel stands along the valley on the upper Kano River.
How to get there?
From Mishima Station (JR Tokaido Line): Take the Izuhakone Railway line bound for Shuzenji and get off at Shuzenji Station (about 30 min). Then take a Nakaizu-Tokai Bus bound for Yugashima-Onsen and get off at the Nishihira-bashi bus stop (about 30 min). It is about 1 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Numazu IC and continue along Route 1, Route 136, and Route 414 for about 36 km (about 50 min).
Yugashima Golf Club & Hotel Toen
Savor the original Yugashima Kaiseki Gozen Course starting with fresh boiled vegetables. The course along with the other menu items are sure to unwind your body from the inside.
How to get there?
From Mishima Station (JR Tokaido Shinkansen): Take the Izuhakone Railway bound for Shuzenji and get off at Shuzenji Station (about 35 minutes). It is 30 minutes by taxi from there.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Numazu IC and continue along the Izu-Jukan Expressway, the Izu Chuo Road, then the Shuzenji Road for a total of 45 minutes.
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.
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.
LiVEMAX Resort Izu-Shimoda
A Southern European-style hotel located on a hill, overlooking Goishigahama. Guests can enjoy a luxury stay, soaking in the hot springs.
How to get there?
From Izukyu-Shimoda Station (Izu Kyuko Line): About 10 min by taxi.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Ishibashi IC and continue along Route 135 for about 2 km. Head towards Minami-Izu. Turn left at Toji intersection.
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.
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.

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