Yoshiike Ryokan is an onsen ryokan located in Kanagawa. The ryokan is known for its natural hot spring source, being rich in minerals and health benefits.

Its rooms are based on Japanese and Western influences but take pride in their traditional roots, which are resounded by their garden. Its rooms are complete in tatami mat flooring and futon bedding, which costs a single night stay between 20,000 to 55,000 JPY, including yukata robes and an open-air bath in some of the rooms.

Guests are welcome to take a dip in its many onsen facilities, or they can choose to unwind in the garden with its beauty varying through the seasons. Gift shops and massage services are also available.

For the menu, guests can anticipate traditional Japanese cuisine made with fresh ingredients. The inn is near Hakone Gora Park and Narukawa Museum, where guests can visit during their stay.

They can take a bus ride from Haneda International Airport, providing that they practice precautionary measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

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Does this place have a private onsen for couples and families? Is this venue tatoo friendly?

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

Spring quality/qualities (Please refer to this page for the health

Chloride 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

64 rooms

 

Rooms with open-air baths
Available

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 0 With indoor tubs 2 With both indoor and outdoor tubs 0 Hours 2 pm-10 pm, 6 am-9 am Price Free How to book Use when available (no reservation necessary)

In or near
Tokyo

Price range (yen)
20,000 – 55,000

The price includes one dinner and one breakfast

 

Yoshiike Ryokan

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We went here for our anniversary in April 2019 and absolutely loved it. We will definitely make it a point to stay here again in the future. We have to many tattoos to cover so we booked a room with a private onsen attached and it was absolutely heavenly (I'd recommend it even if you don't have tattoos!). We also had a private little walkway that lead to the garden which was absolutely gorgeous and so fun to explore, they even sell food inside for the fish in the garden! We paid extra for the meal plan which provides dinner and breakfast (only dinner is pictured), definitely worth trying for the experience if you're ok with a lot of fish. The food was great but I personally wouldn't do that again to save money. The staff were very courteous and we had no complaints. There is also a shuttle that stops by that has a minimal cost and will take you to the train station.

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The garden and food were exquisite 👌 And the restaurant's service was attentive and excellent. I was disappointed with the room. It was nothing but plaine and tea maker was out of order.

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Loved the hotel and all the thoughtful meals. Absolutely recommend!

Yoshiike Ryokan

Total rating: 3.5
avatarLe0215
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Overpriced and out-dated
I reserved a "Japanese room with Garden View" via booking.com for what I believed to be 3 people. When I arrived at reception, I was told I had only reserved for 2 and the additional person would be 15,000 yen + tax (about £120 in total). Be VERY careful what you book as we felt hard done by. The photos of this Ryokan give a false illusion as to what you are getting. We'd pictured rural Japanese mountain luxury with multiple indoor and outdoor geo-thermal onsen spas. Instead, the Ryokan is more like a 1960's travel lodge, just a stones throw from the rather ugly main high-street of Hakone-Yamote. It has one small outdoor and one slightly larger indoor pool (for men), but I couldn't comment on the female set up. The room was equally basic. At £350 per night for 3 people this does not represent value for money and I would not recommend. Only positive to mention is the staff, as ever in Japan, who were friendly, respectful and kind.

avatarTung
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Excellent views, old rooms, inflexible kitchen
My wife had booked this ryokan after looking at various online reviews including positive feedback one from a popular travel blogger on YouTube. What attracted her to this property was that it allowed kids (we have 1 year old) and it appeared to be authentic with lush garden, hot spring bath, and also serves food inside the rooms. We were in for an immediate letdown upon arrival. The room were were placed in was on fifth floor of another section of building with no direct elevator access. We had to carry baby up some flights of stairs and then walk to another part of complex where there was elevator. The room itself feels like something from the 1950’s that was never updated to modern times. The room only had heating and ac didn’t work. There was only 1 useable outlet to charge our phones. The bathroom had damp/musty smell. The bathtub looked old with mildew on walls. The ceiling had some daylight led/flourescent lights which made laying in bed to look at phone difficult. There was warning on bathroom sink to not drink the water. First time I saw such a warning in hotel and made me question if water was safe to wash baby bottles. We arrived at 7 pm and waited until 8 pm in our room, expecting food would be brought to our rooms like the YouTube videos and some online reviews mentioned. When it didn’t come, we had to contact several employees until we could find one who spoke English and let us know that we had to go to dining room to eat. Looking at the fine print, the hotel decides who eats in the rooms and who eats in dining rooms. We could not make a request. We also could not request the raw meats to be cooked. Very inflexible. The food itself looked very pleasing but didn’t taste very good. There were no substitute items so I had told go ask for bowl of boiling water to cook the sushi since I don’t eat raw seafood. There was a separate a la carte menu but I was too tired and disappointed to order more. There were mosquitoes flying around in our room since screen on windows wasn’t completelyq sealed from outside. There is also no place to store any luggage so we left it laying around the room. The staff were very nice but there was a huge language barrier for us since they couldn’t speak more than a few words in English. Breakfast had salmon that was extremely salty. I couldn’t eat it. Will never come back. For $400+ I expected much much more. View: 5 stars Staff: 4 stars Rooms: 1 star Food: 2 star

avatarRosie H
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A mixed experience
Stayed in a traditional room, so tatami matting and bed made up on the floor. This is surprisingly comfortable and I had a great nights sleep. On the minus side if you like to read in bed you have to get up again to switch lights off as there is inevitably no bed side light option. Rooms feel a bit dated, particularly the bathrooms. However all very clean and well equipped with tea/coffee making facilities in room plus fridge if you need to use it. The onsen was very good, obviously I only used the female one but my husband said the male one was good too. There are indoor and outdoor pools in lovely settings and shower area well equipped with shampoo etc. The only minus was that you are expected to use your room towels and unless you can track down any of the chamber maids you can’t get them replaced until the following day. The food is a bit of a challenge. We opted for the kaiseki banquet. On the first evening it was quiet good fun. Everything looks exquisite and is beautifully presented but some dishes were either tasteless unless swamped in soy sauce, or very challenging to the western palate. Some were also delicious but it was a bit of a lottery. Breakfast was similar and so fine for one day but personally I would have liked the option of a boiled egg or slice of toast instead. After our second kaiseki experience we ( family party of 5 adults) decided to have a few drinks in the hotel bar. This turned out to be a highlight. The bar itself is very atmospheric, dim lighting and velvet upholstery. Also the option for karaoke so the more beer that was drunk the singing took place with very mixed levels of competence but really good fun. Finally the gardens are gorgeous and very well tended.

avatarStephenR285
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Great if you like sleeping on the floor with a rice bag for a pillow and lots of seafood to eat
The hotel is very traditional and unfortunately I'm not. The room we received was quite attractive and spacious, but while we dined the 'lounge' room was converted to a bedroom with no powerpoints and rice bags for pillows to go with the futons. This meant a night without CPAP machines which made for a restless night. We dressed up in the provided kimonos (blue for men and green for the women) and joined the rest of our tour group for a traditional dinner. Unfortunately our guide had not been able to arrange a non seafood meal for me and everything was seafood. Fortunately with a little pressure applied the guide was able to get me a piece of crumbed chicken with spinach and rice. Bland it was, but at least I got fed. My wife and the rest of the group loved the many courses that were served and they thought it was excellent. After being told that doing non-seafood was almost an impossibility for this hotel, I was amazed to note as we checked out that the hotel also had a steak house! Breakfast continued the theme of seafood offerings and I was glad we only stayed one night!

avatarL000LA
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DO NOT GO!
We booked this hotel hoping to live an amazing Japanese experience and therefore accepted to pay a high price. Well, apart from the beautiful gardens, nice onsens, room quite clean and staff trying to be helpful, the rest was nothing else but disappointing. Bad smell from the moment you enter the hotel and even worse in the room, stains and marks on the walls of the room that is old and not kept in good shape, old mattresses, old bathroom. We also booked the Japanese menu that could be included. Well, again, the worst food we had in Japan! No flexibility at all regarding the time you go for dinner, a room that looks like a cheap cafeteria, the food covered by a big napkin that is waiting for you to show up, food that looks and tastes bad, all prepared in advance and waiting to be take. Out from the fridge. Well, we are usually not picky but left the table after 4 dishes to put an end to this nightmare. Even some Japanese guests told us it wasn’t good at all. To summarize: even at a bargain prize, do NOT go to this hotel. We paid a high price and looked forward to the experience. We ended up running away and feel like we have been robbed.

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