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11 Best Hotels With Onsen On The Izu Peninsula, Japan

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Updated May 17, 2019

Japan’s Izu Peninsula is a must-go for any traveler who adores the sand, sea, and sun. This getaway is not only picturesque, but it’s also filled with hot springs, beaches, and even a breathtaking mountain scene. It’s also a popular vacation spot for city-dwellers given its close proximity to Tokyo. If you’re planning for a beach trip in Japan any time soon, be sure to book one of these hotels with an onsen on the Izu Peninsula.

1. Tatsuta Ryokan (from 100 USD (11,239 JPY))

Tatsuta Ryokan is accessible to guests via the Yugasima Onsenguchi Bus Stop. This property offers its guests access to their enclosed and open-air hot spring baths. Rooms in this ryokan are equipped with air-conditioning, a flat-screen TV, and a private bathroom with amenities.

Guests may also explore nearby attractions such as the Shuzenji Temple and the Darumayama Kogen Rest House where Mount Fuji is within sight.

Tatsuta Ryokan

Address: 420-3206 Shizuoka, Izu, Yugashima 347, Japan (see map)

Price: from 100 USD (11,239 JPY)

Star Rating: 4 Stars

Travelers Review: Very good 8.5 (from 203 reviews)

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2. Irorino Yado Sankichi (from 193 USD (2,1691 JPY))

Irorini Yado Sankichi boasts rooms with a view overlooking the mountains. The rooms also come with a DVD player, flat-screen TV with cable channels, and a private bathroom. This ryokan also offers its guests access to their hot spring bath.

There are also nearby attractions that guests can enjoy such as the Koibito Misaki Cape, Shuzenji Niji no Sato, and Fuji-Hakone-Izu-kokuritsu-kōen.

Irorino Yado Sankichi

Address: 410-3206 Shizuoka, Izu, Yugashima 1972-1, Japan (see map)

Price: from 193 USD (2,1691 JPY)

Star Rating: 3 Stars

Travelers Review: Good 7.6 (from 10 reviews)

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3. Ufufu (from 540 USD (60,472 JPY))

Ufufu is a ryokan that offers its guests rooms that have either a view of the river or the garden. Aside from that, guests may enjoy other amenities in the room such as a DVD player, flat-screen TV with cable channels, coffee machine, and a private bathroom with supplies. The property also has its own hot spring bath accessible to its guests. Guests may also visit nearby attractions such as the Shuzenji Temple, Mount Daruma, and Koibito Misaki Cape.

Ufufu

Address: 410-3215 Shizuoka, Izu, 499-1 Tsukigase, Japan (see map)

Price: from 540 USD (60,472 JPY)

Star Rating: 4 Stars

Travelers Review: Superb 9.0 (from 21 reviews)

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4. Japanese Cultural Heritage Ochiairo Muramkami (from 212 USD (23,741 JPY))

Ochiairo Muramkami is a cultural estate in Izu. It offers its guests access to their enclosed and open-air hot spring baths, which can be booked for exclusive use. This property also has massage and facial services, bike rentals, and a karaoke room.

One of the perks of staying at this property is that guests may witness the Amagi Firefly Festival that is held annually in June. It is also near the Joren Falls, Shuzen-ji Temple, and Shuzenji Niji no Sato.

Ochiairo Muramkami

Address: 410-3206 Shizuoka, Izu, Yugashima 1887-1, Japan (see map)

Price: from 212 USD (23,741 JPY)

Star Rating: 4 Stars

Travelers Review: Superb 9.1 (from 74 reviews)

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5. Shirakabeso (from 447 USD (50,057 JPY))

Shirakabeso is perfect for travelers looking for some peace and quiet away from the hustle and bustle of crowds. This hotel offers its guests access to their indoor and outdoor hot spring baths, which can be booked for exclusive use.

This ryokan offers rooms that are designed with traditional Japanese elements, featuring a tatami floor and yukata wraps, so if you’re a fan of Japanese-style rooms, this one’s for you. Guests may also enjoy traditional Japanese food, which is offered in the dining room of the property.

Nearby attractions include the Joren Falls and Mount Fuji, making Shirakabeso a beloved place to stay for tourists.

Shirakabeso

Address: 410-3206 Shizuoka, Izu, Yugashima 1594, Japan (see map)

Price: from 447 USD (50,057 JPY)

Star Rating: 3 Star

Travelers Review: Fabulous 8.8 (from 41 reviews)

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6. Yugashima Golf Club & Hotel Toen (from 151 USD (16,910 JPY))

If you’re looking for a 5-star option that’s still a bang for your buck, check out Yugashima Golf Club & Hotel Toen. The Yugashima Golf Club & Hotel Toen boasts breathtaking view of the mountains. The property also has a garden, restaurant, hot spring bath, and table tennis facilities, making it the ideal place to stay for anyone in love with the great outdoors.

Their rooms come with a flat-screen TV, air-conditioning, and a private bathroom. There are also selected rooms that feature a terrace, so guests may enjoy the view of the mountains from the privacy of their own rooms. This property is near Shuzenji Temple and Koibito Misaki Cape.

Yugashima Golf Club & Hotel Toen

Address: 410-3206 Shizuoka, Izu, Yugashima 2571-10, Japan (see map)

Price: from 151 USD (16,910 JPY)

Star Rating: 5 Stars

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7. Unryu (from 513 USD (57,448 JPY))

The Unryu is a ryokan situated in Shimo-sagano that offers its guests rooms that come with a terrace. There are other amenities available in the rooms such as free Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, a TV, desk, a private bathroom, and a seating area. There is also a garden and a common lounge area where guests can relax. Breakfast is available upon request.

Unryu

Address: 413-0501 Shizuoka, Shimo-sagano, Nashimoto 439, Japan (see map)

Price: from 513 USD (57,448 JPY)

Star Rating: 3 Stars

Travelers Review: Superb 9.3 (from 14 reviews)

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8. Zen no Yu (from 167 USD (18,791 JPY))

Accessible through the Kawazu train station, Zen no Yu boasts of indoor and outdoor hot spring baths and hot stone steam baths as well as the view of the Kawazu cherry blossoms during springtime. Guests of the property may also enjoy its amenities such as the barbecue facility and massage services. Nearby attractions include the Jigenin Temple, Amagi Horse Village, Kawazu Nanadaru Falls, and the Mine Onsen Daidunto Park.

Zen No Yu

Address: 413-0501 Shizuoka, Kawazu, Nashimoto 28-1, Japan (see map)

Price: from 167 USD (18,791 JPY)

Star Rating: 2 Stars

Travelers Review: Fabulous 8.9 (from 90 reviews)

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9. Amagiso (from 92 USD (10,303 JPY))

Amagiso boasts of enclosed and open-air hot spring baths, and it is situated within the Odaru Falls – perfect for those looking for a scenic escape where they can unwind in the hot springs. With its abundance of quadruple rooms, Amagiso also makes for a great place to stay if you’re traveling with family.

Guests may enjoy the rooms that have a traditional Japanese design, and feature mountains views, a TV, fridge, exclusive toilet, and common bathroom. Other amenities in this ryokan are the dining room that serves traditional Japanese meals and the free shuttle service from Kawazu train station.

Amagiso

Address: 413-0501 Shizuoka, Kawazu, Nashimoto 359, Japan (see map)

Price: from 92 USD (10,303 JPY)

Star Rating: 3 Star

Travelers Review: Very good 8.3 (from 57 reviews)

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10. Arai Ryokan (from 293 USD / 32,250 JPY)

Arai Ryokan is located in Shuzenji hot spring in the Izu Peninsula which is one of the best 100 hot springs in Japan. That’s no easy feat considering how many other beautiful hot springs can be found in Japan. Armed with this title and with operations dating back to the Meiji era, it’s undeniable that Arai offers above average quality in terms of overall accommodation experience. Tenpyo bath, for one, is made of 1000-year-old Taiwanese cypress with water quality that has both body and mind healing capacities. Rooms are spacious and each has its own charms such as the riverside room with a view of Bamboo Grove Lane, the standard Japanese room, and a spacious riverside deluxe suite room. The place is a cultural asset so guests are advised to refrain from making loud noises in the corridor. Meals are exquisitely prepared with always fresh ingredients.

One’s stay at Arai wouldn’t be complete without experiencing different types of onsen available. One is the Tenpyo bath mentioned earlier and the other is the Ayame bath – an iris-shaped bath.

With regards to accessibility, the place is approximately 2 hours and 15 minutes from Tokyo to Shuzenji by JR Limited express ODORIKO and another 10 minutes by bus from Shuzenji to the property. Pick up services are limited due to union rules so it is highly advised to contact the property for exact directions if coming from places other than Tokyo and possible pickup locations near the property.

Arai Ryokan

Address: 970 Shuzenji Izu-City Shizuoka

Price: from 293 USD / 32,250 JPY

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11. Shoutoukan (from 590 USD / 64,815 JPY)

Shoutoukan is a hotel located in the Izu Peninsula with a magnificent ocean view along with a spectacular view of Mt. Fuji. It opened 100 years ago and perhaps it’s this long history that has made Shoutoukan one of the finest accommodations in the peninsula today. The rooms for one, are designed in a traditional Japanese interior style called Sukiya. Expect to see a lot of intricate woodworks and carefully laid out rooms offering views. There is also a public open-air bath, or onsen, which is a perfect relaxation activity for the guests. If you’re looking for the best dining places in town, look no further since Shoutoukan’s restaurant is frequented even by locals, undoubtedly so because of fine ingredients used and the techniques mastered by the head chef. So if you’re looking for the best value hotel in the Izu Peninsula where you’ve got everything you need in one place, Shoutoukan definitely deserves to be among your top choices.

Shoutoukan

Address: 7 Uchiuramito‎ Numazu-shi, Shizuoka-ken, Japan

Price: from 590 USD / 64,815 JPY

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Unwind after your Izu Peninsula adventure

With its gorgeous shorelines and sandy beaches, the Izu Peninsula makes for the ideal outdoor getaway. But after all the fun has been had for the day, you can be assured that you’ll find a good night’s rest in these hotels.

This article was originally published on Dec 13, 2017

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