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Asaya Hotel

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Address

813 kinugawaonsen taki, nikko-city, nikko, tochigi

Phone number

0081-288-77-1111

Check in

3:00 PM

Check out

10:00 AM

15 - 16 Aug
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2 guests

Address

813 kinugawaonsen taki, nikko-city, nikko, tochigi

Check in

3:00 PM

Check out

10:00 AM

The luxurious Asaya Hotel, a traditional ryokan in Kinugawa Onsen, boasts a stunning open-air bath at the village’s highest point - all right in the middle of a Japanese garden. Kinugawa Onsen is one of Japan’s most famous hot springs towns, admired for the majestic, lush natural scenery all around. Looking like a scene out from a Japanese anime, the Asaya Hotel is such an amazing experience that it's even won numerous travel awards. And the outstanding hospitability at Asaya Hotel is just one of its unique charms. <Rooms > This hotel has two buildings. "Hachibankan" has the hotel's only open-air bath room, a room with a view bath, and a Japanese-style room with a bed. All of them are spacious with 10 tatami mats or more, and are recommended for those who want to enjoy their private time in their rooms. "Shuhokan" has various types of rooms such as Japanese-style rooms, Western-style rooms and Japanese-Western style rooms with a view bath, so you will surely find the room you want. <Restaurant> Enjoy their prominent buffet at "ASAYA GARDEN". They have about 100 kinds of menus in Japanese, Western and Chinese, and it is a proud buffet that adults and children can enjoy. Breakfast is also served in a buffet style of about 60 types, which is as luxurious as the evening menu. <Facilities> They have a large communal bath at Shuhokan has a semi-open-air bath and a sauna. The women's bath in the large communal bath of Hachibankan has a silky bath and a mist sauna, which is a nice facility for women. There is also a private bath, so the whole family with children can take a leisurely bath in the hot springs.

Review Summary

4.4

excellent

  • cleanliness

    4.5
  • Location

    3.9
  • Service

    4.5
  • Rooms

    4.6
    • cleanliness

      4.5
    • Location

      3.9
    • Service

      4.5
    • Rooms

      4.6
    • Facilities

      4.4

    Overview

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    As you step through the entrance on the 6th floor of the Shuhoukan annex, you will be welcomed by a breathtaking view.

    The lobby is completely impressive. The 3rd to the 12th floor is all part of the colonnade, and three glass elevators smoothly move up and down in one corner.

    The atmosphere feels just like the otherworldly bathhouse of Studio Ghibli’s Spirited Away and immediately puts you in a holiday mood.

    The Asaya Hotel is such an amazing experience that it's even won numerous hospitality awards.

    ROOMS



    "Hachibankan" has the hotel's only open-air bathroom, a room with a view bath, and a Japanese-style room with a bed.

    All of them are spacious with 10 tatami mats or more and are recommended for those who want to enjoy their private time in their rooms. "Shuhokan" has various types of rooms such as Japanese-style rooms, Western-style rooms and Japanese-Western style rooms with a view bath, so you will surely find the room you want.

    Hachibankan

    Guest room

    "Hachibankan" reproduces the good old Japanese hot spring inn A calm and high-quality time flows in the space filled with the scent of agarwood. Simmons beds are installed in all rooms, and the healing effect of "charcoal", which has a high healing effect, can be expected to make you forget the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

     

    Shuhokan

    Shuhokan

    "Shuhokan" with a glittering atrium The various guest rooms in the gorgeous atmosphere create a healing place and time.


    Restaurant

    After stretching your legs in your room, savour the exquisite dinner! Depending on your preference, you can book a kaiseki cuisine course in a Japanese-style dining setting or a private room. 

    Meal course

    Ordering a dinner buffet that offers 100 different kinds of delicacies from Japanese and western cuisine could seem like an amazing idea too. 

    Buffet (Viking)

    Facilities

    Aerial garden open-air bath

    "Aerial garden open-air bath" located at the highest place in Kinugawa Onsen

    The mountains and the sky full of stars and the moon seem to reach each season.
    The large communal bath in a spacious space is also a place that invites further travel, and the gentle breeze that blows through attracts visitors who do not want to travel further.

    Legend has it to heal would famous hot spring Kinugawa Onsen

    Kinugawa Onsen, a famous hot spring that is said to heal wounds

    Traditionally called "Burning Waterfall (Kinugawa), Injured Kawaji", it is an
    alkaline simple hot spring, neuralgia, muscle pain, arthralgia, frozen shoulder, motor paralysis, joint stiffness, bruises, sprains, chronic digestive diseases, haemorrhoids. It is also effective for coldness, recovery from illness, recovery from fatigue, and promotion of health. The hotel owns its own source. This source is called "Koho no Yu" and has been loved by many customers for a long time.

    Facilities

    Sauna
    Swimming Pool
    Spa
    Hot Spring ( Onsen )
    Parking
    Private Onsen (need to reserve)
    Restaurant
    Bar

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