KAI is a collection of ryokan, traditional Japanese inns, all with fewer than 50 rooms, that boast soothing hot springs and Japanese-style interiors. Enter an authentic world of ryokan and experience the spirit of this country’s omotenashi or traditional hospitality.
KAI Hakone: Set apart in a world of its own, KAI Hakone is down off the Old Tokaido road in the valley of the Sugumogawa, with each unit offering a river view. On offer in their dining room is fresh Pacific seafood from nearby Odawara, combined with ingredients from the local Ashigara area. In the late 19th century, Hakone was one of the first resorts patronized by American and European residents of Japan, and in dining at KAI Hakone we recreate this early combination of Japanese and Western influences, tweaked here and there to suit modern tastes.
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please ask the property for more details.