Kansuiro Ryokan is a traditional Japanese inn located in Hakone Onsen, Kanagawa. Utilizing old construction methods, the structure was built in 1919, on top of its 400 year history.

There are 22 rooms on the property, each fitted with tatami mat flooring and low furniture. The family rooms are also attached to a sun terrace, some with a private hot-spring bath.

One night’s stay ranges from 25,000 to 60,000 JPY. Guests are served an Asian Breakfast.

A historic hot spring that began in 1614, the high quality hot springs in Hakone have provided guests with comfort and a natural free-flowing hot spring that is gentle on the skin. Kansuiro Ryokan has indoor and open-air hot spring baths for the guests to enjoy.

The open-air baths can be reserved for private use. Other facilities in the inn include a waterless bedrock bath that uses the natural ore from Hokkaido.

Guests can also enjoy nearby tourist attractions such as Hakone Gora Park, Hakone Open-Air Museum the Venetian Glass Museum, Lake Ashinoko, Hakone Shrine, and Owakudani. Kansuiro Ryokan is accessible by taking the Odakyu Limited Express from Shinjuku Station to Hakone-Yumoto Station where a minibus is available for scheduled pickup.

The inn is operating normally with safety measures in place and limited acceptance to prevent the spread of infection.

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  • Seven charms of Kansuiro | [Official] Motoyu Kansuiro | A long-established inn with a history of about 400 years
    Seven charms of Kansuiro | [Official] Motoyu Kansuiro | A long-established inn with a history of about 400 years
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    Seven charms of Kansuiro | [Official] Motoyu Kansuiro | A long-established inn with a history of about 400 years
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    Seven charms of Kansuiro | [Official] Motoyu Kansuiro | A long-established inn with a history of about 400 years
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  • Seven charms of Kansuiro | [Official] Motoyu Kansuiro | A long-established inn with a history of about 400 years
    Seven charms of Kansuiro | [Official] Motoyu Kansuiro | A long-established inn with a history of about 400 years
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Does this place have a private onsen for couples and families? Is this venue tatoo friendly?

(1) Rooms with indoor hot spring baths available
(2) Rental hot spring baths for private use (outside guest rooms): 3 baths

Spring quality/qualities

Simple hot spring

Tourist spots nearby

Lake Ashinoko, Hakone Shrine, Owakudani, Sengokuhara Pampas Grass Field (From late September to early November), Gotemba Premium Outlets

Top hot spring resort – Hakone

Hakone is a popular hot spring area accessible by train and car in a one and a half-hour ride from Tokyo. Enjoy the atmosphere with an assortment of everything from long-standing ryokan facilities that are of an important cultural asset class to hot spring ryokans of the resort hotel type. This area has a history stretching almost 1300 years as a hot spring.

Number of rooms

22 rooms

 

Rooms with open-air baths
Unavailable

Onsen Area
Hakone

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

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 2 (10:00 pm-4:00 am) With indoor tubs 1 (3:00 pm-9:30 am) With both indoor and outdoor tubs 0 Price Free / 30 minutes How to book Use when available (no reservation necessary)

In or near
Tokyo

Price range (yen)
25,000 – 60,000

The price includes one dinner and one breakfast

 

Kansuiro

Total rating: 4
avatarMarc P
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Perfection vs. Traffic
We stayed in the Annex part of the Ryokan and can hardly say enough good things about our experience. The room (101 in the Kansuiro Annex) was fantastic with a great layout and furniture. It felt like a great mix of Japanese and Scandinavian design. The rotemburo onsen baths were great with one overlooking the river. The staff were incredibly hospitable. BUT - the room we stayed in was just next to the road, which is a major thoroughfare and the traffic noise is a major detractor. I'd say that I would give the whole experience six stars and then have to take two away from the traffic noise. I am a light sleeper and was tossing and turning. My partner is a relatively deep sleeper but was also kept awake. On the whole, I probably would still recommend staying there, but try and see if you can stay in a room facing away from the road.

avatarHL❤️
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Exceptional traditional ryokan in Hakone
We stayed 3 nights in Ajisai room, with private onsen. Exceptional traditional ryokan experience, this place is very historical with more than 400 years history, breathtaking with the building, atmosphere and surroundings. From the moment we arrived, they well look after us with thoughts, polite and friendly. During the stay, we had not one day having the same food, provided breakfast and dinner, the meals were served in our room, so fresh and delicious and high quality. Our room Ajisai was located in the ground floor, beautiful garden view outside and very quiet and peaceful. We enjoyed the in room onsen and we also visited both outdoor onsen - few minutes walk from our room, during the day outdoor onsen are only restricted one for male and one for female, from 10pm onwards, couples can use privately, and they both very beautiful with view. Every morning we walk around the place, river on the side and it's just so peaceful. Hint: spend time in Kansuiro, walk the whole place, there are alot of antique treasure display, have a drink in their old bar, only open for several hours and closed at 4pm. We will definitely be back and will stay longer, it's one of the best authentic ryokan we experienced.

avatarOlivia P
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Stay at Kansuiro Ryokan
Had the most amazing stay at Kansuiro Ryokan....only wish we had stayed for longer! Location: We stayed here for one night on our way from Tokyo to Kyoto. Getting there was very east, taking the Shinkansen then local bus. The Food: The dinner, served in our room, was one of the best I have ever had! I am a vegan, and they were so helpful in catering to my dietary restrictions. I would just let them know when you book. Breakfast was very good as well. The Room: Our room was BEAUTIFUL, with a view over the river. Our bathroom had a wooden hot-tub of sorts...honestly, we would have been happy if that were the only spa. More on those later...The mattresses were very comfortable and it was hard to transition to sleeping in a Western-style bed at our hostel in Kyoto afterward. The Spas: There were three spa locations we could use - shared indoor, private indoor, and shared outdoor. All were wonderful and we had a lot of fun making the rounds. It was off season when we went in mid-February, so I had all of the shared spas to myself. All in all, would highly recommend Kansuiro! We loved going in February, as the weather was great and we got to see all of the blossoms minus the crowds.

avatarmyst_haidian
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Beautiful and charming
Standing by the river and surrounded by the woods, the hundred year old building itself is a treasure! It might as well be called a museum. (whether living in a museum is a good thing is up to debate) And the outdoor onsen is pure enjoyment. Room is standard Japanese ryokan style and we had a corner room called suiren which has great view of the river and the surroundings and we totally loved it. On top of the outdoor bath, there is also an interesting indoor bath. Food is standard Japanese meals -- served in your room, nicely presented and tasty. They changed courses during our stay and everyday we had different dinner and we really appreciate that. There is a great little bar called bar manga that absolutely has the 1900's feel. We had a wonderful time there. Staff are caring and have the omotenashi spirit. In terms of the onsen, food or room, there might be better choices but the rich history and beautiful surrounding definitely make the stay memorable. And of course, always the most memorable are the lovely people here.

avatarkidatheart999
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Good authentic ryokan with private onsen
Spent Christmas Day here. Lovely and authentic ryokan with private onsen which was important to us. Stayed here with my wife and two adult sons. Had a great relaxing time. It is not cheap but worth the experience. Stayed in the Momiji room.

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