Quiet Mountainside Hot Spring Resort

Sanyo-so (Ryokan)

Quiet Mountainside Hot Spring Resort

Sanyo-so (Ryokan)

Quiet Mountainside Hot Spring Resort

Sanyo-so (Ryokan)

Quiet Mountainside Hot Spring Resort

Sanyo-so (Ryokan)

Quiet Mountainside Hot Spring Resort

Sanyo-so (Ryokan)
Quiet Mountainside Hot Spring Resort

Sanyo-so (Ryokan)

Sanyo-so is a ryokan-style inn nestled at the foot of Mt. Genji in Izu Nagaoka, Shizuoka Prefecture. The inn occupies the site of a villa constructed in 1929 for Hisaya Iwasaki, the eldest son of Yataro Iwasaki, the founder of the former Mitsubishi conglomerate. The name “Sanyo-so” is a reference to a set of three mottos written by Su Shi, a writer of Song-era China with diverse tastes and talents. These mottos inspired the Iwasaki family to borrow them as their own, and when ownership of the villa later changed hands, the name was carried over as well. The villa opened for business as a ryokan inn in 1947. Having started with 15 buildings, today it now has 37 buildings.

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Sanyo-so (Ryokan)
Sanyo-so (Ryokan)
Sanyo-so (Ryokan)

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Where we are

■ Reaching Us by Car
24 km (25 min. under normal conditions) via Izu-Jukan Expressway/Izu Chuo Expressway (Izu Nagaoka-kita Interchange) from Numazu Interchange (Tomei Expressway)/Nagaizumi-Numazu Interchange (Shin-Tomei Expressway)
■ Reaching Us by Train
Change to the Izuhakone Railway Line at Mishima Station (Tokaido Shinkansen), alight at Izu-Nagaoka Station (20 minutes), then take a taxi (5 minutes, approx., ¥810).

Nearby Attractions

Izu-no-kuni Panorama Park

Izu-no-kuni Panorama Park

Take the seven-minute trip on the 1,800-meter ropeway to the summit.
With an altitude of 452 meters, the summit offers have grand, panoramic, 360° views of Mt. Fuji, Suruga Bay, and …

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Izu Mito Sea Paradise

Izu Mito Sea Paradise

Izu Mito Sea Paradise is an aquarium with a long history for Japan.
It opened its door in 1930 as the Nakanoshima Aquarium.
In its days as the Nakanoshima Aquarium, it was the first in …

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Hojoji-Temple

Hojoji-Temple

Temple founded by Hojo Yoshitoki (1163-1224), the second Hojo Shikken (regent),
who was instrumental in the consolidation of the Kamakura shogunate (1185-1333).
It is said that, before …

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Sano Art Museum

Sano Art Museum

The Sano Art Museum opened in 1966 with donations from Mishima-raised entrepreneur Ryuichi Sano.
The exhibited artworks mainly consist of Asian arts and crafts like Japanese swords, bronze …

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Shuzenji Niji-no-Sato

Shuzenji Niji-no-Sato

A theme park that offers the enjoyment of flowers in all four seasons.
Visitors can ride the Romney Railway and the Romney Bus around the park, which covers an area of 500,000 m2.
They …

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Clematis-no-Oka

Clematis-no-Oka

Surrounded by the rich, natural beauty of the foothills of Mt. Fuji, Clematis no Oka is a collection of
art museums and literature museums that pass on outstanding works of art and …

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Mishima-Taisha Shrine

Mishima-Taisha Shrine

Mishima-Taisha Shrine has prospered since ancient times as the leading shrine in Izu Province.
It is known as a shrine where Minamoto no Yoritomo prayed for divine assistance in restoring …

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Genbe River

Genbe River

The Genbe River is a canal that flows for 1.5 km from its source, the Kohama Pond in Mishima Municipal Rakujuen Park,
through residential areas to the Nakazato Onsuichi Reservoir.
It is …

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Numazu Goyotei Memorial Park

Numazu Goyotei Memorial Park

The main building of Numazu Imperial Villa was built in 1893 as a retreat for Crown Prince Yoshihito, the future Emperor Taisho.
It was discontinued as an Imperial villa in 1969, after which …

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