A quiet hotel located in woods by the shore of Lake Ashi. A natural hot spring and the gardens surrounded by nature are the star attractions of this hotel. From the green lawn of its front garden and meandering paths, you can fully enjoy the changing seasons. Lake Ashi, Owakudani, and a handful of galleries and museums are only a short distance away. With the bus, Ropeway and cruise ship all only 3 minutes away on foot, the hotel is an ideal base for Hakone excursions.
*In April, 2013, YUBO – MAYU NO MORI reopens!
Enjoy the delights of this outdoor bath space, with its tent-shaped sauna designed in a "cocoon" ("MAYU" in Japanese) motif.
A hotel with a feminine touch where guests are greeted with warm hospitality and an emphasis on comfort. You can enjoy traditional Kaiseki dishes which are exquisitely prepared with the freshest seasonal ingredients. The source of the hot alkaline spring at Hatsuhana gushes out here and has been dubbed "A bath to make beauties," there are as many as 7 different baths available for female guests. In addition, rooms fitted with an en-suite open-air bath are also available.
The hotel is located on the shores of Lake Ashi with a beautiful view of Mount Fuji. In the garden, you can enjoy seasonal plants and flowers. A selection of French dishes and Japanese traditional Kaiseki dishes are available in restaurants overlooking Lake Ashi. We recommend its spa with a magnificent view of Lake Ashi, and the natural hot spring source gushes into the Azalea Bath (Tsutsuji No Yu), which is the best on the Lake Ashi shore.
The hotel located in Sengokuhara, a renowned Hakone art spot is surrounded by 50,000 m2 of rich and verdant nature. It's all just waiting for you to enjoy a relaxing stroll among its lawned gardens, or if you're hungry then taste the innovative "French-Japonais"cuisine, a mix of traditional French cooking with Japanese ingredients and techniques.
A 2 day course in which you can experience the wonders of Hakone, such as enjoying the magnificent scenery from the Ropeway, making tombo-damas (Japanese glass beads) and savoring your lunch at a popular café.
Introducing the recommended spots of the elegant Kamakura and the trendy Shonan. This is a course in which you can take a stroll at your own pace, while enjoying the seaview from the Enoshima Electric Railway.
With just the addition of a limited express surchage, use your Discount Pass to enjoy the relaxed comfort of the Romancecar with reserved only seating. See the website for fares, sales locations and other information.