Asaya Hotel is a modern Japanese-style accommodation located in Kinugawa Onsen in Tochigi Prefecture. A well-known hotel, it has a reputation for good food and has been used as a set for many television dramas. Asaya Hotel is also a short distance from Nikko Toshogu Shrine, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

It offers 192 chic rooms with hot-spring baths, an LCD television, an air purifier and conditioner, an electric kettle, and a tea set. The hotel offers mostly Japanese-style rooms, along with Western and Japanese-Western style rooms.

Depending on which accommodation is chosen, the guest rooms will come with their own open-air baths. One night’s stay can range from 25,000 to 60,000 JPY. A buffet is served in the restaurant, featuring cuisines such as Chinese, Japanese, and Western Styles.

Guests are invited to relax in the “Aerial Garden Open-air Bath”, located in the highest point in Kinugawa Onsen. The communal bath features a wide space and an unobstructed view of the town. Along with this, there is also a large indoor communal bath and a sauna.

Asaya Hotel also offers many leisure facilities for its guests including a spa, a bar, a karaoke room, a separate bar and lounge, a swing time salon, a game center and game room, and a fortune-telling corner.

A teahouse, “Izakaya”, is also available and offers an “adult hideaway” with select sake and sochu. In addition, there is also a playground for the kids and an outdoor pool. Asaya has a library as well as a lounge.

Asaya Hotel can be accessed by taking the Tobu Limited Express from Asakusa Station, Tokyo. A shuttle bus service can be provided upon reservation. The establishment is operating normally with safety measures in place and limited acceptance to prevent the spread of infection.

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Japanese ryokan food, dinner and breakfast – a ryokan providing local foodstuff

Tochigi vegetables. A reputation for good food from the word-of-mouth advertising of ryokan guests.

A ryokan particularly good for health and beauty

All 192 guest rooms come with a private hot spring. The water is good for neuralgia, muscle pain, fatigue, etc.

A ryokan appearing in various media

This ryokan is used for many television suspense dramas.

Modern hotel-style ryokan

This ryokan combines a traditional Japanese ambiance with strong resort hotel elements.

Year of establishment

1888

Number of rooms

192 rooms

*Open-air baths in the rooms are hot spring baths.

 

Rooms with open-air baths
Available

Onsen Area
Kinugawa

Is this place ryokan only or ryokan with an onsen?
Onsen Hotel

Does this ryokan have private onsen (hot spring)?
Yes

Is there a communal shared public bath?
Yes

Are there additional rental options?
With open-air tubs 4 With indoor tubs 0 With both indoor and outdoor tubs 0 Hours 12:00 – 23:00 Price 4000 yen / 50 minutes

In or near
Tokyo

Price range (yen)
25,000 – 60,000

The price includes one dinner and one breakfast

Asaya

Total rating: 4.5
avatarIanPFarrar
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Amazing service - even after I had left!
I booked a room including dinner and breakfast, both of which were buffet style and contained a great selection. You could eat dinner there for a week and never have the same thing twice, such was the selection. I particularly liked the shabu shabu with personal stove. The room was not large, but adequate. There was a large (free) car park at the hotel. Googlemaps will take you via a short toll road (through a tunnel) to get to the hotel, but this is unnecessary and easily avoided. I only used it the first time as I didn't know any better. The alternative road was just as quick. One strange thing is that the hotel wants you to collect tickets for the restaurant, and be allocated a time slot, separately each day. However, if you ask when you check in they can give you all the tickets in one go, avoiding the need to keep going back to reception. I left a couple of items in my room (slopping packing on my part). I contacted them when I realised I had left a charger behind and they agreed to send to my home country. I later realised I had also left a pair of jeans behind, and they also sent those through by post. Amazing service! I would definitely return for the food and the service (unfortunately I didn't have chance to use the onsen, so that could be another reason to return!)

avatarPutu Prathiwi P
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Clean, comfortable, quiet, fresh air, wonderful staffs, delicious food
We booked the room with onsen inside, really comfortable. We got our own massage chair in the room. And there’s this beauty machine with spa function for your face. I enjoyed using this. The amenities are cool (including the l’occitane set). The direct view to kinugawa (the river) is so pretty. There’s haagen dazs ice cream at the dinner buffett (yummy). The yukata provided in this room is so pretty too. The bed & the futon are comfortable. The design of the room is super nice. Plus we got 2 tvs in our room. The staffs are so nice. There’s a game center at the lower floor, there’s a billiard pool too, the public onsens are available at lower floor & upper floor. We got the chance to enjoy the matcha (in the VIP lounge) directly made by the staff when we visited. The design of the hallway to their lounge is so cool too. Overall, I’m satisfied. Keep up the good work👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

avatarCharnchai K
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a great hotel
The hotel is huge with 2 towers. The Japanese style room is spacious and super comfortable. The toilet seat lifts automatically when near and has a night light. The on balcony Onsen pool is v convenient (my mom loves it.) but the public ones are wonderful as well. The hotel comes w/ free parking and allows us to park close to the lobby as my mom uses wheelchair. I highly recommend this hotel.

avatarsteviewonder34
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What an unusual hotel
Stayed here for 4 days at the end of a Japan tour. If your on your own with no transport, just be aware you are a train, bus or taxi ride from everything . The hotel food, rooms and staff are excellent. Onsens, well the best we have ever used. All in all top notch. The central atrium and organ music are I our opinion great. Some think not. Certainly makes for a most memorable stay .

avatarGoutam
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Amazing room with hot spring..
Wonderful experience with beautiful Japanese style room and bathroom fitted with running hot spring bathtub. They are also having two public hot spring pool, one in open area on 13th floor. We had private Japanese dinner and food was amazing..stayed for only one night but it will be remember for long...

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