Kansuiro – Hakone

Kansuiro (環翠楼)

− hakone, kanagawa pref. −

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This Ryokan is great for

Experiencing traditional Japan in comfort

Take a time machine back to hundreds of years ago with the traditional architecture and Japanese garden.

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Soaking in an open-air private hot-spring bath

Get amazing views of the river and mountains. The river flows right under the open-air bath that you can reserve

Peacefully enjoying nature, away from the hustle-bustle

Feel surrounded by nature with the  historical wooden architecture.


Overview


The original Japan, preserved for you

Opened 400 years ago Kansuiro is one of the oldest, most authentic Ryokan in Japan. With a long history of being the stay of choice by many national and international VIPs, Kansuiro is registered as a national important cultural property.

With museum-like architecture, traditional decor and soothing natural hot springs with great views, Kansuiro is one of the best Ryokan experiences you can get.

It is perfect for guests who appreciate the value of tradition and nature.

Facility

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The 100 year-old wooden architecture feels very traditional and historical, but the entire Ryokan is thoroughly polished. 
With a historical decor that boasts important furniture and art works, you will feel like you're visiting Japan from over 100 years ago.

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If you are interested in Japanese art, you should definitely visit the large halls. Built with over 1,000 year-old cedar wood panels and filled with historical calligraphy, paintings, fusuma panels, it's a Japanese art aficionado's dream.

Guest room

Each of their 22 Sukiya-style rooms has different a personality - from an old traditional room to a room with an open-air bath.

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Room Type 1: beautiful Japanese room with views
This "Hayakawa" room is the most beautiful room. It keeps the beauty of traditional Japanese architecture and comes with great views. 
There is no bathroom in the room, but you can enjoy the private open-air bath in a detached house

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Room Type 2 : with a private open-air bath
If you would like a private open-air onsen in your room without being worried about time, this type of room is for you. 

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Room Type 3 : with a private bath
A beautiful Japanese room with a private bath. It is a great choice to have a private one in room and to enjoy a private open-air bath in a detached house.

Onsen Spa

A little path to your oasis
Walk through a rustic path to your private open-air bath in a detached house.

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The best-in-class bathing experience
Relax in the 100% natural hot spring onsen surrounded by lush green trees and having the river nearby.
You can use it privately if there's no one - but don't forget to put the "in use"  sign up 😉

Cuisine

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Seasonal Kaiseki-style courses
Enjoy the special Kaiseki-style meals that change every month with local ingredients from Hakone, Odawara and Sagami bay.

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Other Features

Bathing Options

  • Regular WAter
  • Hot Spring Water
  • public bath
  • public open air bath
  • reservable private indoor bath
  • reservable private open air bath
  • dedrock bad
  • Private Bath in room



Around the Ryokan

  • URban Environment
  • Suburban Environment
  • Hidden Away in Nature
  • SHOPs AND RESTAURANTs NEARBY
  • ​Sightseeing Nearby
  • OCean View
  • River View
  • Mountain view



Meal Requests

  • HALAL
  • VEGAN
  • VEGETARIAN(NO FISH)
  • VEGETARIAN(NO FISH BUT WITH FISH BROTH)
  • SPECIAL MEAL REQUESTS (E.G. NO PORK, ALLERGIES)





Other Key FEatures

  • FREE WIFI AVAILABLE
  • ENGLISH-SPEAKING STAFF
  • CHILDREN <12 YEARS ALLOWED
  • PICKUP/DROP OFF SERVICE AT THE NEAREST STATION
  • WALKING-DISTANCE FROM THE NEAREST STATION
  • JAPANESE GARDEN

location

transportation

  • 1.5 minutes from Tokyo Station
  • Share shuttle bus available from Hakone-yumoto station 

Price range

$ 200 〜 /person/night

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About The Author

Ken Osaki

A Tokyo native, Ken loves sharing Japanese culture with anyone who will listen. After spending 4 years working in LA, he moved back to Tokyo to start BestRyokan with Arthur Zetes. Ken loves traditional Japanese culture, and hopes you'll stay in the Ryokan he recommends!

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