If you’re looking for a romantic onsen ryokan in Higashiizu-cho, look no further than Senoumi.
Higashiizu-cho Wind Power Generation Farm (2.2 mi), located nearby, makes Senoumi a great place to stay for those interested in visiting this popular Higashiizu-cho landmark.
As your “home away from home,” the onsen ryokan rooms offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to a coffee shop and shops while staying at Senoumi. In addition, Senoumi offers a sauna and an on-site restaurant, which will help make your Higashiizu-cho trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is parking available to guests.
Travelers looking for pubs can head to Kai's Bar.
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular gardens, such as Atagawa Tropical & Alligator Garden, Atagawa Bananawani Garden Bunen, and Atagawa Herb Terrace.
The staff at Senoumi looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
We stayed in this onsen hotel for one night in the first week of December, food are super fresh and tasty, the abalone is so yummy that we want to order the second one but it was limited supply unfortunately. The staff called 阿部 (hope I remember his name correctly) is very friendly and helpful, the English level is above average that he can explain clearly to my husband and I about the food and how to eat the food etc. Very considerate and I particularly like the boiled egg at the entrance , super super Tasty! The price is reasonable with dinner and breakfast provided and the ball is so comfortable. THe onsen is very chill with ocean view and there is outside pool on the roof! The staff in check in counter is also very helpful and good English, I would highly recommend this onsen hotel. …
お食事がとても美味しかった。温泉卵もタレ無しでも、ちょうどよい塩加減で美味しかった。地元名物、金目鯛や、初めてマンボウ食べました。カサゴの唐揚げは、見た目のインパクトありました。頭からしっぽまで骨ごと食べれるようになってました。部屋はオーシャンビューで、ベッドマットがよくて、凄く良く眠れました。お風呂も気持ちよく、露天風呂も海を眺めることが出来て良かったです。 強いて言うなら、ラウンジは6時というちょっと早めの終了。お風呂後にソフトクリーム食べたかったから、ラウンジは終了でもソフトクリームだけやっててほしかったなって、思いました。 でも機会あったら是非また利用したいと思います‼︎ It was very nice place! Especially food is very tasty! Hot spring on roof top with ocean view is also nice! All room is ocean view so I could enjoy watching Pacific Ocean anytime.the bed is very comfortable then I could sleep well. I'd like to visit there again sometime !
Service was great. Very comfortable and clean room with western beds facing the sea. Quality of food was great n the quantity far exceeded our capacity. Onsen water was good (ph8.5), hot and great view of the sea. Watanabe-san who was our host at meal times spoke excellent English and it was a pleasure talking to hm. We've stayed in many locations in Izu and this would be our top choice. Highly recommended.
We were heading to Shizuoka and decided to take a detour to Izu peninsula to experience this ryokan. Overall, we had a good experience here staying for 1 night. The Onsen (we've tried a handful) has one of the most scenic views facing the pacific ocean. The amenities / toiletries of their bath house had generous selection of facial products, facial cleansers, etc. And a massage chair to use at your disposable was nice to have. Overall, it's clean, has spectacular views and feels very private. The rooms were traditional Japanese tatami rooms, also facing the ocean. Very relaxing and peaceful. We love the loose leaf japanese tea they had in the rooms. Breakfast and dinner were included. Although they were ample, and spent a lot of time in meticulous preparation and variety, we didn't quite feel 'full' after dinner. Mind you, we've had Kaiseki meals before. We just felt that the food selection wasn't as exceptional compared to others. A lot of seafood to grill, a few were still alive (so, definitely fresh!), but literally still moving on our plate..lol. Maybe not for the squeamish. Also, we came on a Sunday. The town was very quiet and felt very remote with nothing else to do, or see. Actually, it felt like ghost-town. We did go for a walk along the ocean, which was nice. Overall, it was very relaxing. I think 1 night was sufficient. A great place to getaway from the city, if you're from Tokyo...or if you happen to be in the way to Shizuoka or Izu. It is a bit of a detour though...and relying on a public train took a while. The hotel picked us up at the local train station, which was nice. Fumi, one of the staff members was extremely accommodating and helpful. He spoke English very well. Overall, we liked it, but not sure if we would go out of our way for it, given the location and remoteness of the town.…
It took me a while to get to this place, but when I arrived, I was not disappointed. The Hotel is obviously well kept, clean and modernized. Wifi is available for free. I had called in advance to have the shuttle driver meet me at the train station. There were several drivers greeting guests for the ryokans right outside the ticket booth. (The signs are in Japanese, btw) Once I was dropped off, I was ushered to their lounge for some tea and snacks. The lounge is located on the street level (2F) and has a wonderful view of the ocean. What a nice way to take a breather! I was upgraded to a western-style room on the 4th floor. Very roomy (for Japan). The view of the ocean was even better than the lounge! Now, about the bath, on the top floor (5F). After a thorough washing, it was time to head to the outdoor bath to soak. The timing was perfect--right during the sunset to my right. The view of the ocean was great (again) and the cool November breeze allowed me to stay in the bath a bit longer than usual. If you are looking for an outdoor bath with an ocean view. You can't beat this one For dinner, it is served in the 1F restaurant. You are assigned a private booth with shoji doors around. As for dinner, it was good, but not exceptional. Probably the only disappointment. I thought the breakfast was better. If you are not ready to eat fish (sashimi and cooked), don't bother coming here--or for Japan, for that matter. Would I go back again? It's a definite yes!! …