Founded in 1912, Kinsuikan is a 4-star traditional Japanese inn located in Miyajima. Tourist attractions can be visited from its location like the Itsukushima Shrine, which is a World Heritage Site, the Daisho-in Temple, and the great Torii.

The Miyajima island is currently a place restricted for traveling due to the COVID-19, but guests are welcome to plan their activities once border restrictions are lifted. Its room designs are based on traditional Japanese style, Western influence, and in some rooms, a combination of both.

Kinsuikan has a total of 39 rooms that cost around 35,000 to 60,000 JPY per night, each including a private bathroom. Guests can also view the garden and enjoy its hot springs baths.

Non-staying guests are currently prohibited to use the onsen facilities to prevent the spread of coronavirus. The hotel is accessible by rides coming from airports of Hiroshima, Matsuyama, and Iwakuni Kintaikyo.

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Spring quality/qualities

Radioactive spring

Tourist spots nearby

Miyajima Island (Itsukushima Shrine), Hiroshima Peace Memorial (Atomic Bomb Dome)

Year of establishment

1912

Number of rooms

39 rooms

 

Rooms with open-air baths
Unavailable

Onsen Area
Miyajima

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

Does this ryokan have private onsen (hot spring)?
No

Is there a communal shared public bath?
Yes

Are there additional rental options?
With open-air tubs 0 With indoor tubs 0 With both indoor and outdoor tubs 0

Price range (yen)
35,000 – 60,000

The price includes one dinner and one breakfast

Kinsuikan Video

 

Kinsuikan Location

Kinsuikan

Total rating: 4.5
avatarTatiana H
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Outstanding dinner
The inn is perfectly located. My husband is Japanese so he checked us in and translated some of the staff’s tour information for me. We spent one night and I regret that we weren’t here longer! It was nice to choose our own yukata and my husband had fun exploring the owner-curated library. We did not have time to use the onsen. The Kaiseki dinner was absolutely delicious and carefully presented. I think 80% of what we ate was grown locally and the dinner included fish, eel, oyster, beef, Japanese vegetables, and more. Wow! The futon and pillows were extremely comfortable and they had a “pillow bar” which we did not use where you could select a pillow of your liking. We didn’t use this feature, but there was also some sort of smartphone in the room that you could use during your stay. I liked the sink area in the bathroom compared to other rooms we’ve stayed in in Japan. I would definitely return to spend more time here!

avatarMaureen S
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Very peaceful location
My first experience staying at a Ryokan. We had a beautiful spacious room with great views from our window. We enjoyed our first experience of a onsen and felt so refreshed after the hot tub. Loved choosing our own Yukata for our evening meal of Japanese food. The tatami mats were quite comfortable much more so than I expected. The Ryokan is centrally located and within easy reach of most of the island.This was one of my favourite places to visit on our tour to Japan.

avatarPaul7878
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Great Ryokan!
I spent one night here and I do recommend staying here. There is limited English at the front desk, but enough to get you in and out. They explain the amenities of the ryokan after you check-in and explain the dinner plan. The room I had is small, but the dinner is reason why I'm here. The lobby restaurant was the location of dinner. It was a kaiseki set and the dishes were brought to my table in small groups. A short explanation (in English) was given for each dish, which was very helpful. My breakfast was included, but I couldn't eat it there because of an early train. Instead, the kitchen was kind enough to prepare two HUGE onigiri for me to take. Now that I think about this, I believe I had Japanese A5 wagyu beef here with my dinner. I left this point out in my earlier review in Arima Onsen. The earlier ryokan is near Kobe, but Kobe beef wasn't on the menu! No beef at all. Couldn't believe it. Anyways... The hot spring was as expected. Nothing out of the ordinary. I would stay here again.

avatarBlyth D
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Overnight stay in Miyajima
My wife and I stayed at Kinsuikan for one night as part of a holiday to Japan. On arrival we were checked in by the friendly staff and given a breif tour, allowed to pick our Yukata's and shown to our room where we booked in a time for our dinner which was to be served in the room. The location was excellent and 2 minutes after walking out of the front doors we were at the massive Itsukushima Floating Torii Gate. The dinner was fantastic with an excellent array of Japanesse food being served including sushi, sashimi, Shabu-shabh, oysters and some great duck and beef elements. After dinner the staff agree a time to come a make your bed up which is put on the tatami mats in the main living area. We loved our short stay and would recomend this place to anyone looking for a friendly Ryokan in a great location.

avatarMauricio Medina
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Amazing food
We went to the restaurant recommended by locals so we were confident in their choice and their are not wrong, food, and service are amazing. They offer local oysters dishes are wonderful, it's located back side hotel entrance

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