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Certificate of Excellence


#2 of 55 hotels in Izunokuni
Certificate of Excellence
Sanyo-so stands by the quiet mountainside of Izu Nagaoka, which has prospered as a hot spring resort since the Kamakura Era. On the vast and nature-rich plot of land, visitors can enjoy the natural beauty of the four seasons in the garden full of elegant waterfalls and streams. Sanyo-so was a simple but elegant Sukiya style Japanese residence in a grand Japanese garden built in 1929 as the second home of Hisaya, the eldest son of Yataro Iwasaki, the founder of the former Mitsubishi zaibatsu family-run conglomerate by the work of the garden designer, Jibe Ogawa in Kyoto. Stay with us and enjoy the traditional Japanese rooms and garden, the relaxing hot spring, and traditional Japanese cuisine.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Room service
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Banquet Room
Breakfast Available
Dry Cleaning
Laundry Service
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking hotel
Shuttle Bus Service
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Air conditioning
Refrigerator in room
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This inn used to be the summer home of a very wealthy merchant, founder of the modern Mitsubishi group. It is huge, with a number of old wooden buildings which are joined in a tasteful way by modern corridors and newer buildings. Our room was enormous with a view over what must
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We travelled as part of a group on a gastronomic tour in Japan and occupied several rooms with single sex occupation. Initial greeting was very friendly and your shoes are taken away on entry - you get a "luggage tag" for them which you need to keep safe! Our rooms were for
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Overall it is was a great place to stay and after two nights we left feeling like a million bucks. We had our 3-year-old daughter and she was treated great at all times. The place is very big and really nice. Our room was huge, super quiet, clean and very relaxing. We had a
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Our room was very big. If you want to go out, you have to walk a lot. On the way out ther are waterfalls and other great views. As it is Ryokan, they take your shoes and you have to ask for them at the lobby. Take a walk in their famous Japanese garden with lanterns, koi carps
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$219 - $848 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
JapanChubuTokaiShizuoka PrefectureIzunokuniIzunagaoka Onsen
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