Tokiwa Hotel is a hotel located in a city of Japan called Kofu, also known as the largest city of Yamanashi Prefecture.

The area is known for the Takeda Shrine and the Kofu Castle, which is now in ruins. With a long history in service, dating back to an early generation belonging to the line of the Imperial family to both notable foreign and local figures, the hotel is a sure quality accommodation that guests will enjoy.

Surrounded by the astounding beauty of nature, Tokiwa Hotel harmonizes with its environment with the traditional Japanese-style garden and iconic hot spring baths.


Tokiwa Hotel Kofu Amenities

The designs of its rooms are based on Japanese and Western styles, while others feature the combination of both. Its cottages are designed based on traditional themes but with added distinct features, especially with the baths. The hotel has a total of 50 rooms, which cost between 20,000 to 50,000 JPY per night.

The hotel serves its guests the evening meal, the traditional multi-course dinner known as kaiseki. Its dishes are based on seasonal specialties. Tokiwa provides its guests with a refreshing view of the traditional Japanese garden, which can be seen from rooms, baths, and areas like the lobby.

The open-air bath is placed right in the garden, where guests can have a relaxing moment while viewing the scenery that surrounds the location. The magnificent view of Mount Fuji can also be seen from Tokiwa.

The hotel is accessible by bus from Kofu Station. Tokiwa Hotel has currently implemented sanitation in its guest rooms and public areas.

The number of people allowed has also been limited in their public baths. Guests are also encouraged to practice social distancing, hand washing, and the wearing of masks.

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Total rating: 4
avatarCory D
Relaxing Hotel
We stayed for one night while we toured wineries in Kofu and Katsunuma. Plenty of parking and conveniently located in Kofu. The public onsen was great along with the beautiful garden that we enjoyed looking upon while sipping a complimentary beer. Staff was gracious and included a native English speaker who gave us an orientation to the room and the grounds. Thanks for a wonderful stay!

avatarpaula w
Beautiful and traditional
This hotel was a wonderful surprise. It is packed with tradition and history. With a lovely location, beautiful gardens but our room (608) had a view of Fuji. Our room was massive, not just by Japanese standards but compared to anywhere in the world. We had been travelling for a month and the food was the best we had eaten. We also signed up for the free tour of the lite waterfall. We went up the cable car (rope way) at sunset and then a short walk to the waterfall. All this and it was free. Totally amazing stay. Hope to go back one day.

Nice Traditional Relax Hotel with amazing view,amazing food and really Nice Hot Spring! If you need to relax you have to go there.Very good staff also,ready to help whatever you will ask.I went with wife and my daughter and they gave us free cod while we are eating.

Excellent hotel
This hotel well exceeded expectations with superb service before arrival and through lout our stay. The rooms were large, and although slightly dated, looked out over a superb Japanese garden that has won numerous awards. The Japanese onsen was an excellent experience with the outdoor section in particular a highlight. The food at dinner was exquisite, even accommodating a slight delay in arrival from some of our group, with a nice wine selection from local and international wineries as expected from a location well known as the premier wine making region of Japan. Breakfast was also very nice. This hotel has been used by the Japanese royal family and it is easy to see why. True Japanese 'hospitality' or 'omotenashi'. Will be sure to stay again.

avatarK C C
All in all an interesting experience
The hotel is Ryokan but western in that there is no need to use the public bath; the rooms, at least our room, had it's own shower. You do sleep on mats on the floor. The lobby opens onto a beautiful garden. The breakfast was Japanese but with lots of options. All in all, it was an interesting mix of Japanese and western and a great place to stay,

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