Each facility and each room is designed differently to suit each individual's needs
Onsen Ryokan / Hotels
A ryokan based on the concept of "Taketori Monogatari (The Tale of the Bamboo-Cutter)", the story of Kaguyahime (Princess Kaguya). A hideaway for adults who never forget how to play.
Kinnotake Sengokuhara is a ryokan based on the concept of "Taketori Monogatari (The Tale of the Bamboo-Cutter)," the story of the well-known Kaguyahime. There are a total of 9 rooms of 5 types, all equipped with an open-air bath, and breakfast and dinner are served in the room. Each room is different from the others, making your visit an extraordinary experience.
This is an unrestricted zone for adults only.
A no-line resort that seeks healing and blends in with the natural surroundings of Hakone Tonosawa.
Crossing the suspension bridge over the Hayakawa River in the magnificent nature of Hakone, you will enter a different world. This is a No-Line Resort," where no lines are drawn in service, space, or environment, and is a unrestricted zone for adults only. All 23 rooms are equipped with an open-air bath, and each room is different from the others, creating an extraordinary experience. Meals are served in the dining room.
Long-established ryokan in Ashinoyu Hot Springs, Hakone, established 360 years ago
It is a long-established ryokan that since 2022, has been in business for 360 years and has been depicted in Hiroshige Utagawa's ukiyoe woodblock prints as a hot springs inn since the Edo period (1603-1868). The inn has been visited by many distinguished figures of the Meiji era, including Takayoshi Kido and Takamori Saigo, and many people, including members of the imperial family, have continued to visit the inn since then. There are 80 national recreational hot springs in Japan, and Ashinoyu Onsen is one of them. The hot spring at the hotel is a 100% free-flowing hot spring that contains all of the three major qualities of hot springs for beautiful skin (sulfur spring, sulfate spring, and hydrogencarbonate spring). There are a total of 22 guest rooms (14 with open-air baths) and 5 private open-air baths. The hotel implements an all-inclusive policy, which is rare for a ryokan, and in addition to the evening and breakfast meals of shukuba kaiseki, soft drinks, sake, beer, and other free drinks are available in the lounge, dining room, and in-room refrigerators.
7-minute walk from Hakone-Yumoto. Rooms with open-air baths are also available.
A ryokan-style hotel convenient as a base for sightseeing in Hakone. The hotel is a 7-minute walk from Hakone-Yumoto Station, and is conveniently located as a base for touring Hakone. Although a hotel is a hotel, it has been designed to provide a ryokan experience, and some rooms are equipped with an open-air bath. We have a total of 10 rooms, and you can choose the type of room that best suits your stay.
Day Trip Onsen (Hot Springs)
Opened Ryokan where "Can't stay overnight" in Aug.2022
Opened Aug 4, 2022, this day-use facility offers a day-use experience of the Group's top quality brand "Kinnotake".
Plans are available for 4 or 6 hours, including lunch of shabu-shabu gozen (Japanese black beef). There are a total of eight guest rooms, four of which are located on the first floor, and each room has an open-air bath in a different style.
Restaurant and Cafe
7-minute walk from Hakone-Yumoto Station, conveniently located for sightseeing in Hakone.
We create beauty by harmonizing many ingredients such as fish, vegetables, rice, seaweed, etc., in our sushi and snacks tailored to each customer's tastes. We make sushi with the belief that we are sharing the thoughts of the creators and everyone involved with our customers through "food".
Cafe & Dining in the heart of Hakone's Sengokuhara sightseeing area
LuDERA is a coined word meaning "valley of happiness. In a spacious and open space based on the warmth of wood and the greenery of plants, you can enjoy casual international food using fresh and flavorful ingredients while feeling the air of the forest as it is.
Teppanyaki Zen, located in a distinct building on the Kinnotake Tounosawa premises, boasts a primary dining area with 14 seats and has future plans to unveil two private rooms.
The deck in front of the restaurant provides an open and immersive setting, seamlessly harmonizing with Hakone's natural beauty. Inside the elegantly illuminated interior, you can indulge in the finest Japanese beef and fresh vegetables, creating a truly exquisite dining experience.