Japan Traveler Online(JTO) is Ryokan and Hotels online reservation website for travelers to Japan.
"Ryokan" is a Japanese traditional
accommodation facility and supposedly started in the Edo period (1603-1868). If you would like to experience the mind of Japan such as the Japanese hospitality, hot spring, and foods with seasonal ingredients,
it is recommended to stay at Ryokan.
How about a room with an open-air bath? Choose from more than 100 ryokans all over Japan
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Selection of ryokans for family fun holidays, such as ones with large rooms for staying together or ones with special privileges
Points of recommendation
Takaragawa Onsen Osenkaku
Established in 1940, known as the location for that famous movie.
Viewing the "Hell Valley" from the large bath. 16 different types of baths are available.
Sunnide Resort Hotel
Mt.Fuji and Kawaguchi-ko Lake can be seen from the open-air natural hot spring bath.
Open-air bath in between the blue sky and the ocean, the moment you will never forget.
Traditional Japanese Inn in Kyoto, featuring Kyo Kaiseki cuisine.
All the guest rooms have open-air bath, overlooking the Hakone mountain range.
Enjoy buffet and have your favourite food as much as you like, or savor the taste of Japan, such as crab and beef!
Provide Japanese kaiseki dinner with 1 whole snow crab. You can enjoy hot spring 24 hours.
Enjoy all-you-can-eat of the 3 major crabs, and many more fresh foods of Hokkaido!
Sekisuiji Onsen Zabouan
Enjoy home made Tofu which is called "Suirou-dofu" and Tai-meshi (mixed rice with Sea bream) .
Kaisekizen, the fresh seafood dishes are served at the guest rooms.
Japanese Kaiseki cuisine with Hida beef as a main dish. Enjoy the taste of Hida beef!
Toi Fujiya Hotel
Local fresh seafood dishes, such as abalone are served.
KUKUNA, Fujikawaguchiko Resort & Spa
A hotel facing Mt. Fuji on the lakeside of Lake Kawaguchi. Enjoy the magnificent view of Mt. Fuji from your room!
Just a one-minute walk from Gora station. All rooms have an open-air bath
Tokinoniwa has opened inJuly 2010 on the hill overlooking the Kusatsu Hot Spring Resort. The hotel is floored with Tatami-mat entirely and features 2 main baths, 3 private baths and all rooms with open-air bath.
Shiretoko Grand Hotel Kita Kobushi
An ideal base for the sightseeing of Shiretoko Peninsula, a UNESCO’s World Heritage Sit. The expansive view of the Sea of Okhotsk from the bath is just magnificent
“Ya” of Takinoya means “house” in Japanese. This word embodies Takinoya’s concept to unwind your mind as if you are in your house. Doing nothing is the greatest pleasure. Please come to Takinoya, which is the hometown of your mind, at any time.
Hamachidori no Yu Kaishu
The open-air mixed bath here has a wonderful sea view, and is comfortable as clothing is allowed.