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Awesome Things to Do In Japan: Most Popular Ryokan in Tokyo and Surroundings! (February 2020 Ranking)

Awesome Things to Do In Japan: Most Popular Ryokan in Tokyo and Surroundings! (February 2020 Ranking)

Date published: 6 March 2020

Here are the most popular Ryokan in Tokyo and Surroundings, according to leading travel website Live Japan! Our ranking is based on the most popular pages viewed by foreign visitors in the past month. Be sure to add them to your Japan travel plan when you visit Tokyo and Surroundings!

1.Hotel Green Plaza Hakone

1.Hotel Green Plaza Hakone

This resort hotel, accessible from Lake Ashi by the Hakone Ropeway, is representative of Hakone. From an open-air bath with water sourced from Sengokubara Onsen (one of 17 Hakone hot springs), to a magnificent view of the Mount Fuji spread. The hot spring contains rich metasilicic acid, a natural moisturizer that is famous for its mildly alkaline nature of spring which is gentle for skins. It has a reputation that skins get soft and plump after taking bath there and also known as ”hot spring for beautiful skin”.

2.Ryori Ryokan Nagisa Kan

2.Ryori Ryokan Nagisa Kan

The hotel boasts a variety of baths that are located in seven different places, including one that uses the motif of an ocean floor cave. With the exception of a separate bath for men and a bath for women, all of the other five baths can be privately reserved. Guests can also enjoy seafood dishes made from fresh fish that is caught in the oceans around Izu.

3.Sawanoya

3.Sawanoya

Sawanoya Ryokan is a traditional Japanese inn located in Yanaka, one of Tokyo’s shitamachi (historical urban neighborhoods). Here, the ancient streetscape still remains where the traveler can encounter traditional shitamachi culture and people. The neighborhood is home to Nezu Shrine and the Shitamachi Museum, and in nearby Ueno Park you’ll find many cultural facilities for adults and children to enjoy, including Tokyo National Museum, National Museum of Western Art, and Ueno Zoo. This well-priced family-run shitamachi inn has hosted 170,000 guests from 89 countries and warmly welcomes both domestic and international travelers.

4.Sakuraya Ryokan

4.Sakuraya Ryokan

The hotel is conveniently located near the station, and looking from the hotel, you will see Atami Bay right before your eyes. In addition to elegant open air baths with the fragrance of cypress wood, you can enjoy saunas and sleeping baths. Savor a Japanese-style meal made with seafood from the harbor.

  • Sakuraya Ryokan
    • Address 9-11, Higashikaigancho, Atami-shi, Shizuoka, 413-0012
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    • Nearest Station Atami Station (Tokaido Shinkansen Line / JR Tokaido Main Line / JR Ito Line / JR Ueno Tokyo Line)
      5 minutes on foot
    • Phone Number 0557-81-0345

5.Yugawara Ohnoya Ryokan

5.Yugawara Ohnoya Ryokan

The hotel features six types of baths made of rock, stone, porcelain, and cypress. Private open air baths in the top floor observatory can also be reserved. Banquet dishes are made from many different kinds of fish caught in Suruga Bay and Sagami Bay, and are highly recommended.

6.Miyako Ryokan

6.Miyako Ryokan

Its open-air bath is the most wonderful thing about the inn. At the end of the long connecting corridor, you will find a bath from which you can see a spectacular view of the Arakawa Valley laid before your very eyes. Dishes with flavorful ingredients from all four seasons let you have a sense of taste from the fields.

7.Ooedo Onsen Monogatari Atami

7.Ooedo Onsen Monogatari Atami

You can casually drop in to this hotel at anytime, and you will not be able to resist the temptation to come back again. Relax your body and your spirit with high quality hot spring water. Luxurious meals are served buffet-style at the restaurant with a stunning view of the ocean.

8.ATAMI Sekaie

8.ATAMI Sekaie

All twelve of the hotel’s guest rooms look out over the Pacific Ocean. There is a hot spring bath with free-flowing water adjacent to each guest room. Additionally, you can have exclusive experiences at this new type of hotel, which offers programs to enhance your health. Special meals are available for people with allergies and those with special dietary needs, including halal food.

9.Tsuki no Akari

9.Tsuki no Akari

The hotel is located on a high hill overlooking the ocean. It is intended for adults who want to find a quiet place to unwind. The hotel features inventive full-course Japanese seafood meals. All of the guest rooms have adjacent open air baths, and from anywhere in the hotel, you can enjoy an exhilarating view of the ocean stretching out to the horizon.

10.OTONANOKAKUREGA HAKONE BETTEIKOYOI

10.OTONANOKAKUREGA HAKONE BETTEIKOYOI

This hidden adult getaway was built with a mere 14 rooms, each one designed to accommodate two people so you and someone dear to you can enjoy quality together to your hearts’ content. When you want to step away from the everyday, come savor Koyoi’s hospitality and relax in a space reserved for adults. Here, you’ll be treated to open kitchen cooking that engages all five senses together with delicately-crafted kaiseki cuisine that expresses the change of the seasons.
*As Koyoi would like adult customers to enjoy a mature atmosphere, we ask that children under the age of 15 do not accompany guests. Thank you for your understanding.

*This information is from the time of this article's publication.
*Prices and options mentioned are subject to change.
*Unless stated otherwise, all prices include tax.

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