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Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro
Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro
Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro
Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro
Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro
Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro
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9

Exceptional

99 reviews

99 reviews

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8.9

Excellent

Location rating score

Excellent location
Parking
FREE
Popular landmarks
The Hakone Open-Air Museum 4.1 km
Hakone Gōra Park 4.7 km
Odawara Castle 5.9 km
Ōwakudani 6.8 km
Hakone Ropeway 6.8 km
Hakone Shrine / Kuzuryu Shrine Singu 6.9 km
Pola Museum of Art 7.1 km
Hakone Venetian Glass Museum 7.8 km
Little Prince Museum 8.2 km
Sengokuhara 8.8 km
Nearby landmarks
Tounosawa Onsen 20 m
Tounosawa Train Station 200 m
Hakone Yuryo 250 m
Forest Adventure Hakone 380 m
Tamasudare Shrine 390 m
Tenseien 400 m
Tamadare Falls / Hien Falls 430 m
Deyama 540 m
Kei Hiraga Museum 550 m
Hagino Tofu 600 m

Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro

88, Tonosawa, Hakone-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Hakone, Hakone, Japan, 250-0315 - See map

This ryokan features free Wi-Fi in all rooms for easy connection, and car park free of charge. Conveniently situated in the Hakone part of Hakone, this property puts you close to attractions and interesting dining options. Don't leave before paying a visit to the famous The Hakone Open-Air Museum. Rated with 3 stars, this high-quality property provides guests with access to massage and hot spring bath on-site.

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Highlights

Sparkling clean

200 meters to public transportation

Complimentary WIFi in all rooms

Hot spring bath

A/C

Facilities

Car park

Shuttle service

Complimentary WIFi in all rooms

Smoking area

Shops

Room service

Wi-Fi in public areas

Vending machine

Your dates are popular among travelersUsers are booking a place in Hakone every 12 minutes on Agoda.com
Value for money8.6
Location rating8.9
Nearest airportHaneda Airport (HND)
Distance to airport71.5 km

Rooms available at Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro

Very good
Room comfort & quality

8

Japanese Style C
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  • Room size: 13 m²/140 ft²
  • Mountain view
  • 4 futons
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  • Room size: 15 m²/161 ft²
  • River view
  • 7 futons
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  • Room size: 15 m²/161 ft²
  • River view
  • 7 futons
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Japanese Style
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  • Room size: 13 m²/140 ft²
  • River view
  • 4 futons
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Japanese Style Room
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  • Room size: 15 m²/161 ft²
  • River view
  • 7 futons
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Japanese-style Room with Hiroen Space *Has washroom and toilet
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  • Room size: 15 m²/161 ft²
  • River view
  • 7 futons
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Superior Japanese Style with Hotspring Bath
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  • Room size: 24 m²/258 ft²
  • River view
  • 3 futons
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  • Mountain view
  • Non-smoking
  • 3 futons
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  • Mountain view
  • Smoking allowed
  • 5 futons
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Japanese-style Room with Hiroen Space *Has toilet
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  • River view
  • Non-smoking
  • 3 futons
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Frequently asked questions

How much does it cost to stay at Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro?

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What time is check-in and check-out at Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro?

Check-in is from 03:00 PM, and check-out is until 10:00 AM. You may request early check-in or late check-out during booking, subject to availability. Guests checking in or out before or after the designated periods may be charged an additional fee.

How do I get to Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro?

A stay at Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro also comes with easy access to the neighborhoods around the hotel through the convenient shuttle service offered at the ryokan. For those who wish to drive their own cars, Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro has a car park right on site for maximum convenience. Parking is free for guests.

What is the smoking policy at Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro?

Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro does permit smoking in some areas and is not 100% smoke-free. The ryokan offers its guests both smoking and non-smoking rooms. You can request your preferred room type during booking, but please keep in mind that rooms are subject to availability.

What is the closest train, metro, or bus station to Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro?

The closest train, metro, or bus station to Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro is Tounosawa Train Station, 190 m away.

What restaurants are nearby Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro?

Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro is located in Hakone, famous for good restaurants such as Ohanamijaya, Soma no Sumika and Tai Gohan Kaiseki Yoraku.

What popular shopping places are close to Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro?

Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro is located in Hakone area which features shopping places such as Eva Store, Tanakaya Miyageten and Hatajuku Yosegi Kaikan.

What are popular attractions near Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro?

Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro is located in Hakone area, which is famous for attractions such as The Hakone Open-Air Museum, Hakone Shrine / Kuzuryu Shrine Singu and Hakone Venetian Glass Museum.

What popular natural sightseeing spots are close to Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro?

Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro is located within Hakone, which makes it conveniently close to natural sights including Mt. Kintoki, Chisuji Falls and Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park.

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What people love about Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro

  • 9.6

    Exceptional

    "The outdoor baths are particularly enjoyable, especially around dusk and dawn, with a beautiful view of the river valley."

    Justin

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    June 12, 2020

  • 9.6

    Exceptional

    "We had a great stay at Montoya Kansuiro."

    Emily

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    February 6, 2020

  • 10

    Exceptional

    "Highly recommended"

    Sara

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    November 3, 2019

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Cleanliness score
9.5/10
Service score
9.6/10
Value for money score
8.6/10
Overall score
9.1/10
Better than
98
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Overall rating:

9.1

Exceptional
67 reviews
Cleanliness
9.5
Facilities
9.2
Location
8.9
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What travelers say they love:
The staff was welcoming.
Gaieshan from United States
Solo traveler
More about Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro

More about Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro

Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro

Enjoy the best of Hakone and nearby adventures with a stay at Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro. Are you seeking the true Hakone? Experiencing the best of the city's culture is easy with a stay at Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro, located merely 4.0 km from The Hakone Open-Air Museum.
Enjoy all that Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro has to offer! Free internet access provided within the ryokan keeps you connected throughout your stay. Exploring Hakone is made even more convenient with the shuttle services available at the ryokan. For guests arriving by car, parking is provided free of charge.
Feel like doing nothing? Available services like room service let you get the most out of your time at Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro. For guests who would like to smoke, the designated smoking areas are available.
All guestrooms at Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro provide guests with a range of amenities to ensure a restful night. Enjoy your stay even more at the ryokan, knowing that some selected rooms include linen service, blackout curtains and air conditioning. For a bit of entertainment, guests will find television and cable TV available in some selected rooms. Don't worry about being thirsty as a refrigerator, a coffee or tea maker, instant tea and mini bar are provided in some guestrooms.
Bathroom amenities are just as important as others, and at the ryokan you'll find a hair dryer, toiletries, bathrobes and towels available in some guest bathrooms.


Dining and things to do

At any time of the day or night, you can serve yourself a snack at the ryokan's vending machines.
Fill your days with the array of activities and facilities offered at Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro. A relaxing end to every day is possible with a visit to the massage, located right in the ryokan. Challenge your travel group members or other guests to competitive fun, with the ryokan's ping-pong table. Family time on relaxed evenings is easy with the ryokan's shared lounge and TV area.
Got someone special waiting for you back home? Then easily pick up a memorable gift at the shops and souvenir shops.


Around the property

Don't spend all your time inside while in Hakone! Don't forget to stop by the most iconic landmark in the area, the famous Hakone Ropeway just 6.8 km away. Be sure to visit Odawara Castle located 5.8 km away, an item on every checklist of those who travel to Hakone.


Reasons to stay here

Compared to other accommodations in Hakone, facilities here are rated higher than 97% of them.
Guests who stayed here found it to be neat and tidy, scoring it above 98% of other accommodations in the city.
Past guests love the staff and service here, rating it above 95% of the other accommodations in the city.

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Amenities and facilities
Exceptional
Facilities

9.2

Most talked about facilities

Food & Dining

1 mention

Breakfast

1 mention

Languages spoken

  • English
  • Japanese

Internet access

  • Complimentary WIFi in all rooms
  • Wi-Fi in public areas

Things to do, ways to relax

  • Massage
  • Table tennis

Cleanliness and safety

  • Breakfast in room

Dining, drinking, and snacking

  • Kitchen
  • Room service
  • Vending machine

Swimming & soaking

  • Hot spring bath

Services and conveniences

  • Elevator
  • Gift/souvenir shop
  • Meeting/banquet facilities
  • Shops
  • Smoking area

Access

  • Fire extinguisher
  • Pets allowed

Getting around

  • Car park [free of charge]
  • Car park [on-site]
  • Shuttle service
Food and dining
Breakfast options
  • Asian
Location
88, Tonosawa, Hakone-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Hakone, Hakone, Japan, 250-0315
Excellent
Location

8.9

Airports

  • Haneda Airport (HND)
    71.5 km
  • Mt. Fuji Shizuoka Airport (FSZ)
    96.4 km

Public transportation

  • Tounosawa Train Station
    200 m
  • Deyama
    540 m

Hospital or clinic

  • Ohiradai Clinic
    1.8 km

Convenience store

  • 7 Eleven
    1.4 km

Cash withdrawal

  • ATM
    1.3 km
What's nearby

Popular landmarks

  • The Hakone Open-Air Museum
    4.1 km
  • Hakone Gōra Park
    4.7 km
  • Odawara Castle
    5.9 km
  • Ōwakudani
    6.8 km
  • Hakone Ropeway
    6.8 km
  • Hakone Shrine / Kuzuryu Shrine Singu
    6.9 km
  • Pola Museum of Art
    7.1 km
  • Hakone Venetian Glass Museum
    7.8 km
  • Little Prince Museum
    8.2 km
  • Sengokuhara
    8.8 km

Nearby landmarks

  • Tounosawa Onsen
    20 m
  • Tounosawa Train Station
    200 m
  • Hakone Yuryo
    250 m
  • Forest Adventure Hakone
    380 m
  • Tamasudare Shrine
    390 m
  • Tenseien
    400 m
  • Tamadare Falls / Hien Falls
    430 m
  • Deyama
    540 m
  • Kei Hiraga Museum
    550 m
  • Hagino Tofu
    600 m
Distances shown are straight-line distances on the map. Actual travel distances may vary.
Property policies
Children and extra beds

Extra beds vary by room. Please check each room's capacity for details.

All children are welcome.

Children 0-12 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding.
If you need an extra bed, it will incur an additional charge.
Guests 13 years and older are considered as adults
Must use an extra bed which will incur an additional charge.
Others
  • Guests who reserved a room with dinner must check in before 06:00 PM or dinner cannot be served and no refund provided.
  • When booking 6 or more rooms, special policies may apply.
Some helpful facts

Check-in/Check-out

  • Check-in from15:00
  • Check-out until10:00
  • Reception open until23:00

The property

  • Non-smoking rooms/floorsYES
  • Number of floors4
  • Number of rooms 22
  • Room voltage100
  • Year property opened1919
  • Most recent renovation1919

Reviews of Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro from real guests

Provided by verified guests of Agoda
9.1
/
10
Exceptional
Cleanliness9.5
Facilities9.2
Location8.9
Room comfort and quality8.0
Service9.6
Value for money8.6
High score for Hakone
Rating
9+ Exceptional (22)
8-9 Excellent (6)
7-8 Very Good (1)
6-7 Good (3)
<6 Below Expectation (0)
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Mar - May (11)
Jun - Aug (3)
Sep - Nov (13)
Dec - Feb (5)
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10.0
Exceptional
Ryan
Solo traveler
Japanese-Style Room C
Stayed 1 night in April 2019

Wonderful Place”

The Kansuiro Ryokan is a majestic 100-year old building in Hakone. A two-minute shuttle-bus ride from Hakone-Yumoto, the Ryokan is perched right on the Haya River. The staff are extremely warm and welcoming and your stay begins with a tour of the facilities and some tea and sweets in your room. Everything is very traditional, and while charmingly old the building is well-kept and clean, especially the baths. There are the original baths in the basement, a private bath on the second floor and outside baths overlooking the river. All of them are beautiful and relaxing, and I found the onsen water in Hakone to be especially calming. The kaiseki dinner and breakfast were delicious and generous in portion. I highly recommend staying here if you would like a traditional onsen experience!

Reviewed April 10, 2019

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10.0
Exceptional
Esther from United States
Couple
Stayed 2 nights in June 2018

Visit the Japan of a different era”

After several days in hyper-modern Tokyo, a trip via Odakyu Romancecar to the Ryokan Motoyu Kansuiro was a blissful voyage back in time. After our 15-minute walk from Yumoto station, the staff were all at attention to welcome us to this wonderfully haunted century-old wooden building. Dinner is served very formally in the room and we so enjoyed the distinct way our gracious hostess, Ichino, pronounced English words like "drink" and "rice" as she set ceramic dishes, each in its own way a wonder, precisely on the table before us and gave them a turn. There are both indoor and outdoor hot springs and the outdoor springs at night, especially after a day's hike on the Old Tokaido Highway, are absolute heaven, while the indoor grotto is quite marvelous, as well. The futons the staff arranges on the floor after dinner are wonderfully comfortable. And do go upstairs to the 4th floor to see the old theatre and reception rooms.

Reviewed July 09, 2018

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9.6
Exceptional
Kelvin from Australia
Couple
Superior Japanese Style with Hotspring Bath
Stayed 1 night in March 2018

Excellent facilities, friendly staff . Vegetarian / vegan friendly”

My girlfriend is a vegetarian and there are not many in Hakone that cater to this. Make sure you contact them beforehand to clearly specify any dietary requirements you may have, as Japanese have different definitions on vegetarian (they usually take fish and fish broth). We made the mistake of not doing so, but they were kind enough to quickly adjust for dinner so kudos to the staff! The facilities are excellent, try the outdoor onsen after peak hours with your loved ones. Also try getting a room with private onsen, I think it's worth the difference in money. Building itself is great and 400 years old, with many charming spots and some photos from the past you can have a look at. Amazing view too. Location wise, it is convenient and located on the main stretch of the road. You can either take a short walk from Hakone Yumoto station (recommended as you get to shop around and sample local delicacies before arriving at ryokan) or take a mini bus which costs about 100 yen.

Reviewed April 23, 2018

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10.0
Exceptional
Steven from United Kingdom
Couple
Japanese Style C
Stayed 1 night in November 2016

GREAT ONSEN RYOKAN WITH VEGETARIAN OPTION”

We searched ages for somewhere that looked beautiful, didnt cost the earth and would do a vegetarian version of the amazing traditiknal japaneae dinner and breakfast. This place had it all and we had a wonderful stay. Location - Great. 15 minutes from the main hakone shinkansen station means its quick to get to the ryokan, but you still feel remote and buried in yhe hills. Bus stop right outside from which you can go direct to cable car, lake and views of Fuji. Perfect trade off for a 1 night stay. Staff - very friendly, not much english but all worked out 100% fine. The boy who served our dinner (in room) was very polite and didnt stop smiling :-) Food - this is a large part of the reason for coming. My girlfriend is vegetarian (no fish) but im not, so finding somewhere that did a "proper" veggie version of the standard menu was important. This place didnt disappoint - her food was as good as mine (or perhaps even better!). Just state your diatery requirements when you book and theyll get back to you to confirm. They also asked about egg and milk, so may also cater vegan? Onsen - The best bit! This place has 3. The first are public indoor baths (men and women separate). The second is a private indoor bath (just go in and flip the sign to "busy" and its all yours! So mixed sex is fine. ). The third is a public outdoor baths (again, split male female) which are STUNNING! Views over river, so oeaceful, wouldve stayed in there all evening if it hadnt been for dinner arriving! Note that after 10pm the outdoor ones become private (again, read mixed sex) with the same "flip the sign to busy" rule and a 30 minute time limit to make sure others get to go. Would 100% reccommend.

Reviewed November 27, 2016

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10.0
Exceptional
Sandri from United States
Solo traveler
Superior Japanese Style with Hotspring Bath
Stayed 2 nights in March 2019

A fantastic splurge”

I travelled with a friend and we took a chance to splurge on this hotel for two nights and it was worth every penny. It was our favorite place to stay! The food was unbelievable and the service very personal and attentive. The onsen spa facilities are very nice with a river view open bath on the higher level and a very interesting grotto like onsen inside (plus one more tiled one). Our very spacious room had a river view and a private soaking tub with a mini patio and meals are served in your room. I even loved the lotions and soaps they supplied! Super impressed and the staff made you feel like you are the only guest there. Easy to get to by bus from Odawara station and the bus stops just past the ryokan. Hakone is a wonderful place to explore!

Reviewed April 20, 2019

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9.6
Exceptional
Emily from Canada
Couple
Japanese Style C
Stayed 1 night in February 2020

Unique and worthwhile experience ”

We had a great stay at Montoya Kansuiro. It was unlike anything we’ve ever done and were grateful for the extreme hospitality we received. Even as a young, foreign couple with tattoos we were treated like VIP’s and even upgraded to a river view room. Our off season February visit meant that the inn was very quiet and we had the onsen baths to ourselves, despite making more that a few dips in a short one night stay. The kaiseki dinner was beautifully presented and featured many high quality ingredients that were unfamiliar to us. I wish I had reserved a vegetarian meal in advance as I learned after arriving in Japan that I can’t stomach the taste of dashi broth, which is a base for most Japanese food. I tried my best and appreciated the quality of the meal and experience. I would recommend not planning to pack other sights or events into a stay at the ryokan, because there is a ouch relaxing and soaking to do here and it’s nice to make use of the expensive, but well worthwhile experience.

Reviewed February 06, 2020

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9.6
Exceptional
Justin from United States
Group
Japanese-Style Room with Open-Air Bath
Stayed 1 night in March 2020

Amazing Traditional Ryokan”

An absolutely sublime experience. The room, staff, cuisine, and many onsen were all of impeccable quality and delivered a memorable experience like no other. We arrived just as the 2020 global pandemic was breaking out, so many businesses were closing, but the staff went to great lengths to ensure we enjoyed our time in Hakone. The many onsen here are all amazing, including the private one the Momiji (eng: Maple) room had. The outdoor baths are particularly enjoyable, especially around dusk and dawn, with a beautiful view of the river valley. If you are at all interested in history, this place has a legacy dating back to the 1600s. Many historical figures, from poets to politicians, have enjoyed Kansuiro's hospitality; and now you can too!

Reviewed June 13, 2020

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10.0
Exceptional
Narisa from United States
Group
Japanese Style C
Stayed 1 night in May 2019

A truly amazing ryokan & staff we'll never forget!”

My guest and I really enjoyed this ryokan. The room accommodations were clean and inviting. The traditional interior decor and set up transported me to a different time. The dinner and breakfast meals and in-room service were excellent. I really loved the experience of visiting all the onsens available. It was a really lovely and relaxing time exploring each one. The staff was generally warm, helpful, and attentive. I'd like to offer my thoughts on a unique experience that happened during our stay. When a medical emergency occurred with my guest, the staff reacted immediately and went above and beyond all expectations. Each available staff member made every effort to try to assist and guide us through the medical services available in the area. They were in no way obligated to help us to this extent of care and dedication. My guest & I have only positive and grateful feelings toward this establishment. We highly recommend staying at this ryokan and hope to return soon!

Reviewed August 15, 2019

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10.0
Exceptional
Anuja from United States
Couple
Japanese Style C
Stayed 1 night in November 2017

Exceptional”

Awesome 400 year old ryokan with lots of charming photo spots and nooks to explore. The outdoor onsen was fabulous! I didn't go for the indoor ones because the view from the outdoor onsen was not to be missed. Food and service were good and the sleep was the best I had during the whole trip to Japan.

Reviewed November 21, 2017

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6.8
Good
YIHAN from United States
Couple
Main Building Japanese-Style Room with Private Open-Air Bath
Stayed 1 night in October 2019

Hotel is an attraction itself though a bit old”

Only took a few min of Orange hotel shuttle ride (100 Yen per person per ride) to reach to the hotel from the Hakone-yumoto station. The hotel itself is a historic attraction with many nice antiques, arts on the 4th floor which definitely worth checking out. The hotel is very quiet, atmosphere is a little bit cold and mystery. Dinner and breakfast are tasty and well prepared, it's just that we would expect better explanation in English. The young lady who served our dinner and breakfast was extremely nice, but didn't speak much English, therefore although I was very curious about everything in the hotel, we couldn't communicate much. That was a bit pity. Room setup is definitely on the old side. We were staying on the first floor, I could sense the 'smell of history' - the humidity and even mold in the room. Note sure if the upper floor would be better. Sound of A/C is a bit annoying at night during sleep. Overall I would recommend this hotel to first-time Hakone visitors.

Reviewed October 31, 2019

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9.6
Exceptional
Brandon from United States
Family with teens
Japanese-Style Room with Hot Spring Bath
Stayed 1 night in May 2019

Food and views are outstanding! Just a piece of heaven on earth! ”

This 400 year old gem is authentic Japanese heaven. We are a family of 3 vegans and had a lot of trouble finding food in Japan that was compliant. The food here is easily the best we have eaten, vegan, or not. The staff was incredibly helpful and kind. I really cannot praise them enough for anticipating our every need. The hot spring bath was relaxing and scenic. Even the walk to the outdoor bath was beautiful. Please be advised that you must pay cash upon checkout, so be ready for that. Every detail in this Ryokan is beautiful down to the ikebana floral arrangements in every corner. Did I mention the food? This was one of the most memorable moments of our time in Japan!

Reviewed May 29, 2019

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9.2
Exceptional
Jarasa from United States
Family with young children
Stayed 2 nights in July 2018

Lovely traditional ryokan experience”

Our Family (2 elementary-aged kids, 2 adults) enjoyed our stay experiencing a traditional ryokan stay in this historic building - especially the lovely dinner & breakfast (served in room) and the multiple bath options. Staff was exceedingly attentive throughout our stay.

Reviewed August 03, 2018

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10.0
Exceptional
Shannon, from Malaysia
Family with young children
Stayed 2 nights in April 2019

Tranquillity ”

Historical property that worth a stay in Hakone

Reviewed April 09, 2019

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8.4
Excellent
Sharifah from Malaysia
Couple
Stayed 1 night in October 2019

Full on Ryokan Experience ”

Stayed just a night. We were given room with an en-suite bath but no hiroen (table and chairs by the window in a separate tatami area). Original booking showed a hiroen and no en-suite, only attached toilet, not bath. I like hiroen so I’m not sure I consider it an upgrade or not 😅. Very clean and authentic. I like how despite being very old (the building is 100 years old) the en-suite bath is new. Room is very nice and large for 2 pax. No view unfortunately. And it is clearly seen by people going to the outdoor Onsen. A bit disconcerting since the sliding windows do not offer full privacy 🤪. Meals were served in-room and they were exquisite and far too much even for a Japanese food lover like me. True Kaiseki with dishes being brought bit by bit. The hostess attached to us spoke good English and was very friendly. Our room was on the 2nd floor. Onsen on the 1st and 3rd floor as well as the nice albeit small rotenburo up the hill.

Reviewed October 20, 2019

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10.0
Exceptional
Carsten from United Kingdom
Solo traveler
Japanese Style C
Stayed 2 nights in November 2018

Treat yourself”

Want to just get away for a while, mentally and physically? Look no further. I spent three (far too short days) here, walking in nature and then retiring to the wonderful outdoor baths before enjoying the seclusion of the suite. Only to be interrupted by some of the best food I've had in all of my month in Japan. If I'd known how good it was I'd have had a different itinerary, but was already booked in for further travels. Go in the autumn, Nov/Dec, when the forests all around are resplendent greens, yellows and reds. Hike the Old Tokaido Road. Get up early, leave after breakfast and head to MotoHakone (bus leaves outside) and you might catch a glimpse of Mt Fuji before the mist rolls in. Bring a long book.

Reviewed December 04, 2018

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10.0
Exceptional
Juliana from Canada
Group
Japanese Style C
Stayed 1 night in October 2019

Exceptional”

Wonderful find! The staff were super friendly, and accommodating! And the outdoor onsen was lovely. Certainly helped with my aches and pains for traveling. We stayed only one night, but I would've happily stayed more!

Reviewed October 21, 2019

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10.0
Exceptional
Jonathan from United States
Couple
Japanese Style C
Stayed 1 night in October 2016

Charming and friendly”

It felt at times that we were at a private resort.The outdoor onsen is truly stunning with the view of the river.

Reviewed October 17, 2016

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10.0
Exceptional
Sara from Israel
Couple
Stayed 1 night in November 2019

Amazing ”

It was our firet night in japan, a japanese experience in its full meaning! Highly recommended

Reviewed November 03, 2019

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10.0
Exceptional
Gaieshan from United States
Solo traveler
Stayed 1 night in September 2019

Impeccable Service”

I could not ask for more. The staff was welcoming. Breakfast and dinner were superb.

Reviewed September 22, 2019

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10.0
Exceptional
Shannon from United States
Group
Japanese Style C
Stayed 1 night in October 2018

Heaven!”

The food, the onsens, and the staff were amazing!

Reviewed October 06, 2018

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