Staying at suites and VIP rooms of Japanese style inns (Tokai / Hokuriku region)
If you want to enjoy your travel in Japan, a Japanese-style onsen (hot spring) inn is highly recommended. Staying at suites, VIP rooms, or annexes is sure to make your stay in Japan the best experience you have ever had. Here, we introduce you to onsen inns with suites and VIP rooms in the Tokai / Hokuriku region.
All 8 rooms have a private open-air bath overlooking the ocean and Oshima “Tsuki no Usagi” --- (Ito-shi, Shizuoka Prefecture)
The open-air bath of room “Ryo-ya”
After checking in at the main building, you will go to the annex, where each room equipped an open-air hot spring bath. Nothing bothers you, so you can immerse yourself and feel the Japanese spirit in elegant atmosphere. They take pride in the superb views from the baths, which face the Sagami-nada Sea and Izu Oshima Island. The dinner served at a restaurant with the view of a bamboo forest, will delight your taste buds with original Japanese banquet dishes that use famous seasonal local food such as Ise lobster and red bream.
The room of “Ryo-ya”
The main building beyond the bamboo forest
Open-air bath of room “Tsuki no Fune”
Example of an original Japanese banquet dish
“Zekkei no Hanare no Yado, Tsuki no Usagi”
●1299-3, Futo Sawamukai, Ito-shi, Shizuoka Prefecture
●1 night including 2 meals: starting from 43,956 yen per person
Spend a blissful time at a famous inn of Gero Onsen Hot Spring --- “Suimeikan Annex Seiranso” (Gero-shi, Gifu Prefecture)
Open-air bath of room “Yugao”
“Suimeikan,” a well-established Japanese-style inn takes pride in their annex “Seiranso,” as a special feature. Their Sukiya-zukuri style building situated in a Japanese garden was built by taking advantage of the layout at the time of establishment. Among the 5 rooms, “Aoi no ma” and “Yugao no ma” have open-air baths with free-flowing hot spring, and at night, you can enjoy taking a bath under a star-studded sky. The inn's exclusive chef has a reputation of making great Japanese food.
Yugao no ma
The exterior of Seiranso
An example of dinner served during the summer
Open-air public bath for men “Ryujin no yu”
"Gero Onsen Suimeikan Annex “Seiranso”
●1268 Koden, Gero-shi, Gifu Prefecture
●1 night including 2 meals: Starting from 86,400 yen per person
Their deluxe suite designated as a Registered Tangible Cultural Property —“Awara Onsen Japanese inn Beniya” (Awara-shi, Fukui Prefecture)
“Kuretake” offers you the view of the garden
“Kuretake” is the highest ranking room within the refined building that has been registered as Japan's Tangible Cultural Property. It is also the room where many members of the Imperial household have stayed. The room was built in Sukiya-zukuri style, with gardens situated on both sides of the room, creating a calm atmosphere. They have onsen hot spring in the room, so you don't have to leave your room to enjoy free-flowing hot spring.
An example of dinner
Large public open-air bath
Japanese-style inn with a traditional Japanese atmosphere
“Awara Onsen Japanese inn Beniya”
●4-510 Onsen, Awara-shi, Fukui Prefecture
●1 night including 2 meals: Starting from 97,200 yen per person
*The rates include consumption tax and service fees. Rates are for 1 person when 2 people share a room.
*The above information was last updated May 15, 2017. For further details, please contact the facilities directly.
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