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Cultural Property, Mikawaya Ryokan, Hakone, Kanagawa

Founded in 1883, Mikawaya is the Tangible Cultural Property registered shinise ryokan priding the 124-year history and the quality hot springs from the autologous source. Through its tradition as a long established ryokan, careful attention to detail and uncompromising services, it has attracted many celebrities including the famous artist Yumeji Takehisa, the forefather of Chinese modern history Sūn Wén and so on.

The ryokan is composed of the main building with a kara hafu gable entrance, a lounge building with Western-style interior achitecture, Getsu-bai with guest rooms arranged in one row, Sho-chiku with guest rooms arranged in the shape of rice fields and a bathing building built facing the courtyard providing comfortable accommodation environment of which the taste of a historical ryokan and the western comfort are unified.

Since the Mikawaya ryokan stands in the Kowakudani area, 660 m altitude, it enjoys an outstanding view of the surounding nature (Mt. Myoko, Daimonji Mountain and Izumi Kamiyama).
Furthermore, its well-maintained Japanese garden of 1014 square meters offers superb beauty of four seasons, the view nestling the ryokan is exceptional.

Standard Room Charge (per person for a group of 2~persons, two meals and tax, service charge included. JPY150 bathing tax will be charged):

Japanese Style Room (without bath): JPY17,280~ (a group of 2~4)

Japanese Style Room with Open Air Bath: JPY27,171~ (a group of 2~4)

Japanese Westsern Style Room with Bath: JPY31,221~ (a group of 2~4)

Japanese Style Annex with Open Air Bath: JPY42,699~ (a group of 2~4)

Guests can enjoy Kaisekii Ryori cooked with seasonal fesh-ingredients. 

In addition to a bath attached to the room (except rooms without bath), there are two types of indoor communal bath and one communal open air bath. 

Seasonal Events:
Setsubun Fireworks at Lake Ashi: Feb. 2 20;00~
Setsubun Festival at Hokone Shirine: Feb. 3
Lake Ashi Summer Festival: TBA
Daimonji-yaki Festival: TBA
Daimyo's prosession: Nov. 3


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Sightseeing Spots

Zeni Arai Benten
Ajida-ji Temple
Soun-ji Temple
Hakone Botanical Garden
Hakone Checkpoint
Kuzuryu Shrine
Amakaze Chaya Tea House
Tamadareno Falls
Amida-ji Temple / Hydrangea
Amida-ji Temple
Hakone Museum Garden
Hakone Museum Garden
Kuzuryu Shrine
Odakyu Yamano Hotel
Hienno Falls
Soun-ji Temple
Tozan (Montain Climbing) Train
Hakone Museum Garden
Hakone Museum Moss Garden
Ohwakudani Hot Spring Egg
Hakone Shrine
Hakone Shrine
Hakone Shrine Mototsumiya
Ancient Ceder Avenue

Cultual Events & Activities

Daimyo Gyoretsu
Obon Festival
Ashinoko Canueing
Hakone Shrine Setsubun Festival
Daimonji Yaki Fireworks
Hakone Shrine Oharai
Toro Nagashi


 Access and Sightseeing Spots

From Shinjyuku: Take Odakyu special express to Hakone Yumoto. Take a bus to Horaien (20 minutes).
If you are coming from Nagoya, Kyoto, Osaka by JR line, get off at Odawara, and transfer to Odakyu line to Hakone Yumoto, or take a bus to Horaien (40 minutes).
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