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What's a Ryokan? ➤
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This ryokan was established in the heart of the old capital in 1818.
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An authentic Japanese style ryokan hotel close to Togetsukyo Bridge, the symbol of the Arashiyama Area in Kyoto.
Located in front of Kyoto Station, making it convenient for guests visiting for leisure or business. The hotel's interior is designed in a beautiful Japanese-style.
All rooms and the open-air bath have wonderful views of Lake Toyako. Experience a lovely stay in a brand new onsen resort.
Features the largest open-air bath in Japan, as well as four different types of springs to form a grand total of 31 different baths for guests to enjoy.
Located on the shores of Lake Toya, all rooms of this hotel offer a beautiful view of the lake in every season.
This hotel offers a relaxing combination of ryokan and hotel, featuring modern facilities as well as traditional comforts like hot-spring baths and full-course kaiseki meals.
Provides easy access for sightseeing in Kawaguchiko.
Relax at Konansou, and soak your feet in a footbath on the roof, with the perfect view of Mt. Fuji.
Located directly in front of Gora Station, overlooking the Hakone mountain range. All guest rooms are fully equipped with a private open-air bath.
Guests can immerse themselves in centuries of tradition with a stroll through Yoshiike Ryokan's sprawling Japanese garden.
See the whole view of Mt. Fuji, Lake Ashinoko and Owakudani from the hotel's open air hot spring bath.