Yunokawa Prince Hotel Nagisatei is a modern luxury ryokan located in Hakodate, Hokkaido.

Situated in Yunokawa Onsen, the hotel boasts rooms with private open-air baths, and are overlooking Tsugaru Strait and Hakodate City. The rooms at this accommodation feature tatami floors and Japanese Futon beds. Each of these 185 rooms can range from 15,000 to 40,000 JPY. Alternatively, the hotel provides its guests with a large communal open-air bath that overlooks Tsugaru Strait.

The hotel restaurant serves both Japanese and Western cuisine at a buffet, where chefs will prepare tempura in front of the guests. In addition to the buffet hall and the banquet hall, Yunokawa Prince Hotel Nagisatei also has its own souvenir shop.

Yunokawa Prince Hotel Nagisatei can be accessed by a ten-minute drive from Hakodate Airport and JR Hakodate Train Station. The hotel is operating normally with safety measures in place and limited acceptance to prevent the spread of infection.


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

Local Hakodate seafood and vegetables.

A ryokan appearing in various media

Hotel where the younger sister of the main character stayed in the movie “Mikeneko Homes no Suiri” (1996, Japan).

“No. 1” ryokan in Japan

Ryokan with the highest count of rooms with open air baths, 115.

Modern hotel-style ryokan

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

Year of establishment


Number of rooms

175 rooms.

*The open-air baths in the rooms are hot spring baths.


Rooms with open-air baths

Onsen Area

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

Does this ryokan have private onsen (hot spring)?

Is there a communal shared public bath?

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

Price range (yen)
15,000 – 40,000

The price includes one dinner and one breakfast

Yunokawa Prince Hotel Nagisatei

Total rating: 4.5
One night stay
Only stayed one night. Our room faced the sea and had a private onsen which was lovely. Room was ok but was dark and bed mattresses were directly on the floor, little challenging for the older guest to get up in the morning! No tea or coffee in room, this was only available in the lobby. Breakfast was a buffet style with a good selection of both western and eastern food. Very few restaurants in the area around the hotel.

Great reception, service and meals. Private onsen in the room. Short walk to the tram or bus. A nice, relaxing stay with my wife and three months young daughter. Recommended for family, couple or individual vacations.

Newly refurbished hotel with excellent service
This hotel was recommended by our travel agency in China, we believe they did a great job on finding us the best hotel in Hakodate. 10 mins ride from JR station, we were welcomed with bubles in a lounge. The girl did our check in was super sweet though her English was very basic. Room was big but simple, traditional JP style, individual air conditioner very new and silent. Good shower facilities and amenities, high quality linens. No bottled water but there is a coffee machine in the lobby, and vending machine too, plus a 7-11 across the street. We had breakfast and dinner in two days, great food as well. However the selections were almost the same in those meals, and lack of greeny... we were told to wear the JP style cloth and clog... first time in my life having dinner in a hotel restaurant with slipper... interesting experience but we respect the local culture. Design in the Spa area was really good, separated male and female on two floors. Lighting in the female one was bit too dim my wife felt somewhat scared since no service staff available at spa entrance. The best hotel we stayed throughout our Hokkaido trip, great place to experience local culture, definitely recommended.

Worst Experience ever
We arrived at the hotel at 1400 and waited until 1500 but no one was serving us the welcome drink or check in. People who arrived later than us all got welcome drinks and earlier check in than us. If I did not ask the staff twice, they wouldn’t notice that they have forgotten us entirely. This is the worst experience I have ever had among my 150+ hotel stays per year.

avatarShengzhi He
Would visit with family again!
My flight got cancelled due to Typhoon Trami. So i actually arrived on the check-out day… The hotel offered me to pay the difference without any no-show penalty to stay here. Staff are very kind. The hotel offers sit-down check-in and welcome sparkling wine. They also walked me to the room. Overall service experience is at the similar level as the world top 5-star hotels (maybe it is more common in Japan). The included buffet dinner and breakfast are surprisingly good, although the sashimi is not best I ever had (grilled crab is awesome). For the price paid, I think it is well worth it. The transportation to JR station and Hakodate Airport is pretty convienient. The Bus station is right outside the hotel. Acceptable buy less convienient to Goryokaku park. You can see Honshu本州 from the outdoor public onsen, which I personally think it is very cool. The hotel works with a travel agent for a night-view trip on the Hakodate Mnt for 1700 yen (Cable car included, but mine got cancelled due to typhoon).

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