Hanafubuki, Itō
Hanafubuki, Itō
Hanafubuki, Itō
Hanafubuki, Itō
Hanafubuki, Itō
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Ryokan

Hanafubuki

Itō

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IndyDavid0
07 Agt 2020
I went to this place once, 10 years ago, and dreamed about it for years until I could make it back. It's a sanctuary -- the antidote to our crazy world. Put on the traditional Japanese clothes, walk slowly to the private hot spring, soak in the honorable hot water, and then luxuriate over a magnificent kai-seki meal, as beautiful as it is delicious. The train ride down the coast, gazing out at the water, puts you in the mood. One of my favorite destinations on earth.
SoFrost
11 Jul 2019 - Pasangan
We absolutely loved this place! We came here straight from Tokyo and the peace and quiet did wonders! We stayed 2 nights. It is a short walk (approx. 10mins) from the station. There are only 17 rooms but 7 onsen ("natural hot tubs" at 42-47 degree celcius). The onsen are beatifully decorated and kept, all with showers with shampoo, balsam, body- face- and handsoap, towels etc. A great experience. For breakfast we could choose between a traditional japanese breakfast (dried and grilled fish), a brown rice porridge (w. different small side dishes) or an omelet with bread. All of which were excellent. Dinner was spectacular with beautifully plated japanese dishes. New menu every night.
JBBNYC123
22 Jul 2019 - Keluarga
This is a really great ryokan. I did have a couple of issues, but I still felt it deserves 5 stars (4.5 is probably the correct average). The location is exceptional. It is a very easy 2 hour train ride from Tokyo and the ryokan is a five minute taxi from the station. However, once you arrive, you feel a world away from the big city. The ryokan consists of small cabins set in the forest and there are abundant flowers, birds and greenery. More than any other place we stayed during our trip, we felt immersed in nature. There is a footpath directly from the hotel to the national park on the coast with hours of hiking trails, drop-dead gorgeous coastline and coastal swimming holes. Our room was spacious with a medium sized tatami room for my wife and I and a separate area for our daughters. There was also a mid-sized living area with a wet bar. One of the negatives was when we walked into the room, it smelled very musty / moldy. We opened up all the windows to air it out and it got better. I am guessing that being surrounded by nature, they need to use pesticides for the rooms, but they should do a better job of clearing the air in the rooms before guests arrive. Our room was surrounded by a large private garden, which was great and really made us feel relaxed. One other area for improvement (and this may be a bit of a Western complaint): There was no good coffee in the room. Pretty much every other place we stayed in Japan had good coffee in the room or in the common area. The only coffee in the room was a cheap single use filter cup and you had to purchase it from the mini-bar. Given we were paying $US1,000 / night, this felt nickle and dime-y to me. OK, back to the good! The meals are fantastic. The kaiseki presentation of each dish is a work of art and both nights the meals were absolutely delicious and fresh. There were good choices for both Japanese and Western tastes for breakfast and all were excellent. The onsen at Hanafubuki were the best we experienced on our trip. There are seven to chose from and they are private, so you can go with the entire family without splitting up into men / women. They are all hot spring fed with cold well water that you can add to moderate the temperature. The onsen were all different with a nice selection of indoor and outdoor options. I would definitely recommend this ryokan. It is a great overall experience.
wandermelon
08 Jan 2021
Nestled in a lush forest beside black, volcanic cliffs this isolated luxury inn radiates serenity. We were led over a little bridge to the outskirts of the sprawling woodland - far away from tetchy twilighters. The individual private hot spring spas scattered throughout the leafy grounds were a welcome relief as we are prude nude bathers. After a tranquilizing, hot soak we sat down for a kaiseki (multi-course) dinner with the nostalgic 77-year old creator of Hanafubuki, Shingo Ichikawa, a wholehearted environmentalist. His son and Hanafabuki’s head chef, Daigo Ichikawa prepared a plethora of impeccable culinary delights. Daigo’s haute cuisine is a work of art highlighting seasonal and local specialties, with many ingredients foraged from the forest floor. From the starter of silky Mineoka tofu, a dish from the Edo period of 1603 to the cherry leaf flavored sea bream sashimi and pheasant and leek skewers our tastebuds were singing like the Japanese robins perched outside the window. As the sun rose the following day, we took a slow amble down a mossy pathway beside a brook, which opened up to the spectacular Jogasaki coastline. Waves crashed onto the dark, jagged cliffs and the beauty of nature was truly laid bare. Following the invigorating hike, my companion and I submerged into our last hot spring bath. As the forest owls hooted that the day was over, wistfully we knew it was time to get fully-clothed and back on life’s fast train.
Jens K
24 Jul 2019 - Keluarga
Beautiful place and friendly staff. The onsens are great and private. Surroundings, rooms and onsens are clean and nice kept. Food is Japanese with only limited alternatives. If you need some western food, I suggest to go to Kenny’s House Cafe 200 m further down the road. I recommend the 10 minutes walk down to the coast/ suspension bridge. If you are able to get down the rocks (just before the suspension bridge), you can jump into the natural shaped pool right next to the ocean.
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1041 Yawatano
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Waktu check-in:
3 PM
Waktu check-out:
10 AM
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Di mana alamat Hanafubuki?
Hanafubuki beralamat di 1041 Yawatano
Pukul berapa waktu check-in & check-out di Hanafubuki?
Waktu untuk check-in di Hanafubuki adalah mulai dari pukul 3 PM dan waktu check-out paling lambat pukul 10 am
Apa saja fasilitas yang tersedia di Hanafubuki?
Fasilitas yang tersedia dan bisa kamu gunakan di hotel ini adalah (beberapa fasilitas mungkin perlu biaya tambahan):
  • Wifi
  • Parkir
  • Resepsionis 24 Jam
Fasilitas
Fasilitas Populer
Wifi
Parkir
Resepsionis 24 Jam
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Fasilitas Umum
Ruang merokok khusus
Layanan Hotel
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Review

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4.5
Dari 138 review
Kebersihan
4.5
Kamar
4.5
Lokasi
4.5
Layanan
4.5
Nilai
4.0
Pasangan
61
Keluarga
36
Wisata sendiri
8
Berlibur dengan teman
15
Bisnis
1
IndyDavid0
07 Agt 2020 -
I went to this place once, 10 years ago, and dreamed about it for years until I could make it back. It's a sanctuary -- the antidote to our crazy world. Put on the traditional Japanese clothes, walk slowly to the private hot spring, soak in the honorable hot water, and then luxuriate over a magnificent kai-seki meal, as beautiful as it is delicious. The train ride down the coast, gazing out at the water, puts you in the mood. One of my favorite destinations on earth.
SoFrost
11 Jul 2019 - Pasangan
We absolutely loved this place! We came here straight from Tokyo and the peace and quiet did wonders! We stayed 2 nights. It is a short walk (approx. 10mins) from the station. There are only 17 rooms but 7 onsen ("natural hot tubs" at 42-47 degree celcius). The onsen are beatifully decorated and kept, all with showers with shampoo, balsam, body- face- and handsoap, towels etc. A great experience. For breakfast we could choose between a traditional japanese breakfast (dried and grilled fish), a brown rice porridge (w. different small side dishes) or an omelet with bread. All of which were excellent. Dinner was spectacular with beautifully plated japanese dishes. New menu every night.
JBBNYC123
22 Jul 2019 - Keluarga
This is a really great ryokan. I did have a couple of issues, but I still felt it deserves 5 stars (4.5 is probably the correct average). The location is exceptional. It is a very easy 2 hour train ride from Tokyo and the ryokan is a five minute taxi from the station. However, once you arrive, you feel a world away from the big city. The ryokan consists of small cabins set in the forest and there are abundant flowers, birds and greenery. More than any other place we stayed during our trip, we felt immersed in nature. There is a footpath directly from the hotel to the national park on the coast with hours of hiking trails, drop-dead gorgeous coastline and coastal swimming holes. Our room was spacious with a medium sized tatami room for my wife and I and a separate area for our daughters. There was also a mid-sized living area with a wet bar. One of the negatives was when we walked into the room, it smelled very musty / moldy. We opened up all the windows to air it out and it got better. I am guessing that being surrounded by nature, they need to use pesticides for the rooms, but they should do a better job of clearing the air in the rooms before guests arrive. Our room was surrounded by a large private garden, which was great and really made us feel relaxed. One other area for improvement (and this may be a bit of a Western complaint): There was no good coffee in the room. Pretty much every other place we stayed in Japan had good coffee in the room or in the common area. The only coffee in the room was a cheap single use filter cup and you had to purchase it from the mini-bar. Given we were paying $US1,000 / night, this felt nickle and dime-y to me. OK, back to the good! The meals are fantastic. The kaiseki presentation of each dish is a work of art and both nights the meals were absolutely delicious and fresh. There were good choices for both Japanese and Western tastes for breakfast and all were excellent. The onsen at Hanafubuki were the best we experienced on our trip. There are seven to chose from and they are private, so you can go with the entire family without splitting up into men / women. They are all hot spring fed with cold well water that you can add to moderate the temperature. The onsen were all different with a nice selection of indoor and outdoor options. I would definitely recommend this ryokan. It is a great overall experience.
wandermelon
08 Jan 2021 -
Nestled in a lush forest beside black, volcanic cliffs this isolated luxury inn radiates serenity. We were led over a little bridge to the outskirts of the sprawling woodland - far away from tetchy twilighters. The individual private hot spring spas scattered throughout the leafy grounds were a welcome relief as we are prude nude bathers. After a tranquilizing, hot soak we sat down for a kaiseki (multi-course) dinner with the nostalgic 77-year old creator of Hanafubuki, Shingo Ichikawa, a wholehearted environmentalist. His son and Hanafabuki’s head chef, Daigo Ichikawa prepared a plethora of impeccable culinary delights. Daigo’s haute cuisine is a work of art highlighting seasonal and local specialties, with many ingredients foraged from the forest floor. From the starter of silky Mineoka tofu, a dish from the Edo period of 1603 to the cherry leaf flavored sea bream sashimi and pheasant and leek skewers our tastebuds were singing like the Japanese robins perched outside the window. As the sun rose the following day, we took a slow amble down a mossy pathway beside a brook, which opened up to the spectacular Jogasaki coastline. Waves crashed onto the dark, jagged cliffs and the beauty of nature was truly laid bare. Following the invigorating hike, my companion and I submerged into our last hot spring bath. As the forest owls hooted that the day was over, wistfully we knew it was time to get fully-clothed and back on life’s fast train.
Jens K
24 Jul 2019 - Keluarga
Beautiful place and friendly staff. The onsens are great and private. Surroundings, rooms and onsens are clean and nice kept. Food is Japanese with only limited alternatives. If you need some western food, I suggest to go to Kenny’s House Cafe 200 m further down the road. I recommend the 10 minutes walk down to the coast/ suspension bridge. If you are able to get down the rocks (just before the suspension bridge), you can jump into the natural shaped pool right next to the ocean.
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