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 stands by the quiet mountainside of Izu Nagaoka, which has prospered as a hot spring resort since the Kamakura Era. On the vast and nature-rich plot of land, visitors can enjoy the natural beauty of the four seasons in the garden full of elegant waterfalls and streams.

Sanyo-so was a simple but elegant Sukiya style Japanese residence in a grand Japanese garden built in 1929 as the second home of Hisaya, the eldest son of Yataro Iwasaki, the founder of the former Mitsubishi zaibatsu family-run conglomerate by the work of the garden designer, Jibe Ogawa in Kyoto.

Stay with us and enjoy the traditional Japanese rooms and garden, the relaxing hot spring, and traditional Japanese cuisine.

About us
Sanyo-so (Ryokan)
Sanyo-so (Ryokan)
Sanyo-so (Ryokan)

Experiences

Garden
Experience

Garden

View Full Details
Communal Bathhouse
Experience

Communal Bathhouse

View Full Details
Lounge
Experience

Lounge

View Full Details
Accomodation Inspired by Nature

Guest Rooms and Suites

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

Where we are

It takes about 1 hour 30 minutes to Mishima Station by train (Keikyu Line, JR Line, Tokaido Shinkansen).

Nearby Attractions

Clematis-no-Oka

Clematis-no-Oka

Clematis-no-Oka consists of flowers, art museums and restaurants on a hill …

Find out more
Golf Course

Golf Course

It takes about 30 minutes by car to the nearby golf …

Find out more
Katsuragiyama Panorama Park

Katsuragiyama Panorama Park

Visitors can enjoy a walk in the clouds on the 1,800-meter-long ropeway, …

Find out more
Izu Mito Sea Paradise

Izu Mito Sea Paradise

Izu Mito Sea Paradise is an aquarium with a long history for …

Find out more
Izu Orchid Park

Izu Orchid Park

This park consists of three zones \ Tropicarium, Garden Plaza and the Yoranhanten western-style …

Find out more
Numazu Goyotei Memorial Park

Numazu Goyotei Memorial Park

This garden, used by many members of Japan’s royal …

Find out more
Sano Art Museum

Sano Art Museum

The Sano Art Museum opened in 1966 with donations from Mishima-raised entrepreneur Ryuichi …

Find out more
Shuzenji Nijino Sato

Shuzenji Nijino Sato

This paradise consists of Japanese gardens, reproductions of a British …

Find out more