Nasu Onsen Sanraku
Nasu Onsen Sanraku
Nasu Onsen Sanraku
Nasu Onsen Sanraku
Nasu Onsen Sanraku

Nasu Onsen Sanraku

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The traditional Japanese-Style ryokan with history since 1923, where Japanese Emperor also stayed in the past. Known for open-air bath of natural hot spring, and beautiful kaiseki cuisine.

4.37 / 5
12 Reviews

Rooms

- VAT is included, but bathing tax (around JPY 150 per adult) may NOT be included.
- Price in USD is based on the exchange rate as of today and might be different from that of the booking date.

Foods

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Foods

Foods

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Foods

Foods

CUISINE The premium quality meals with seasonal Japanese ingredients using fresh and seasonable vegetable and fish are offered at Sanraku. Beautiful decorated dishes reflect the Japanese four seasons.

Baths

Large Public Open-Air Bath

Large Public Open-Air Bath

Large Public Open-Air Bath

Large Public Open-Air Bath

Public Open-Air Bath

Public Open-Air Bath

Large Public Bath

Large Public Bath

Bath

Bath

100% PURE HOT-SPRING 100% pure hot-spring directly comes from the mountain stream where 5km away from our place. Its spring quality is the same as imperial villa uses for their Onsen. Try your unexperienced healing and ease your mind with its Onsen.

Facilities

Entrance

Entrance

Facilities

Facilities

Façade

Façade

Japanese Garden

Japanese Garden

Lounge

Lounge

Lounge

Lounge

Japanese Garden

Japanese Garden

Japanese Garden

Japanese Garden

Japanese Garden

Japanese Garden

Hot Spring Village, Nasu A place blessed with a beautiful nature of four seasons. Sanraku is a distinguished Ryokan which was visited by Japan’s Emperor when he was still the crown prince.

Access

37.089067 140.007448

206, Yumoto, Nasumachi, Nasu-gun,Tochigi,325-0301,JAPAN

BY TRAIN
From Nasu-Shiobara Station/Shin-shirakawa Station (Tohoku Shinkansen): 35min by car
From Kuroiso Station (Tohoku Main Line): 25min by car

BY CAR
From Nasu IC Exit: 20min by car

Reviews

12 Reviews
4.37 /5
4.17
toyohara
I was really satisfied with the ingredients and flavors of both dinner and breakfast as well as their hospitality service very much. The hot spring, facilities, and equipment were average. The guest room was not band and I think it is high in the satisfaction as a whole. + More
Sep 2015
5
ant in pond
Almost, perfect score. The best place I have ever booked in Ikkyu. It was just wonderful at all, and I tasted the happiness that I was able to stay in long-established inn. However, it was disappointing that toilet and main bath had been combined. If I have a chance again, I would like to stay again. + More
Sep 2015
3.5
Moana Igarashi
I stayed there during O-Bon holiday. We understand that the staff is busy but we have picked up this sense of being busy and could not relax during our stay. Concerning the meals, because we did not drink much, we felt that the intervals at which the dishes were brought to us were too long. Besides, one person could not eat raw foods or crustaceans and we have told the hotel about this beforehand. But instead of these foods they gave this person only Yuba dishes, so in the end that person came to hate this. I thought that it would have been better if they could be a bit more creative. The mini-concert at night was good. Thank you very much for your service. + More
Sep 2015
3.5
Babshka
I chose this accommodation to please my parents who like hot springs. Both my father and mother were so delighted with the open-air bath surrounded by beautiful greenery, which was more than we could imagine. I, who say that all the time, also used it many times. The building is old but well-maintained. Only thing I was disappointed was the toilet and indoor bathroom that were not very tasteful. The meals were all good, particularly "fish shabu-shabu" in the morning which all of us enjoyed. It was good that my eating place was changed to a private room as requested. I enjoyed self-serve chilled white wine and Japanese sake (rice wine) at the lounge, being completely absorbed by the sound of a violin. My car should have gotten dirty because of the previous day's rain but the dirt was wiped off when I saw it parked at the entrance upon leaving. My father was so delighted, and we went home with a happy feeling. I really thank all of your staff. Thank you very much. + More
Sep 2015
4.5
yuzu
There were two wonderful open-air baths, so I wish to come again at another season. The view of the garden from the lounge was nice. It was comfortable because of the polite customer service. It was wonderful because I did not care that the inn was out-of-date. + More
Jul 2015
4.5
tatsuyanchacha
I visited there because of the possibilities of eruption in Hakone we had been planning and the fact that Emperor Showa had visited. I stayed in the room with the open-air bath. The rooms with open-air bath are situated on the 1st floor of the West wing. The West wing seemed to be an old building somehow; the carpet of the hall was dirty and I thought it smelled a bit musty. The door of the room looked cheap as well. When I opened the door of the room, the wooden floor smelled musty and even smelled like a toilet sometimes. There were twin beds situated inside the room and the floor was Tatami-matted. It did not smell musty inside the room and was clean. I feel disappointed of the musty smells since it is a great ryokan. The water quality of the hot spring was really great , and I thought that it is the same free-flowing hot spring as the Imperial villa. The large public bath has a big and great open-air bath however the carpet of the hall to the large public bath was dirty and lacked the sense of freshness. Because of that I only used the large public bath once and used the open-air bath in the room. I stayed for 2 nights but the food -both dinner and breakfast- was nothing spectacular. The taste of the food was ordinary, however the miso soup tasted like it was lightly seasoned. I even asked my companion if there was miso in the miso soup. I prefer strong taste and I do understand that it is a matter of taste. They said that the beef in the grilled plate was from Shimane prefecture as well. Since it is in Tochigi, I think they could have consideration to make it Tochigi Wagyu instead. I do not mind too much since I went out to eat Tochigi Wagyu Teppanyaki for lunch on the 2nd day. A Nakai san (meaning a waitress) gave us the service with care but she seemed busy and had a lot on her hands. I wonder if there are not enough staffs. When I went out on the 2nd day, they mistook that I was checking out and told me the in comprehensive bill, and when I actually checked out I was asked for 150,000 yen mistakenly although I paid with my credit card on Ikkyu beforehand. When I pointed this out, I was kept waiting for 10 minutes and Ikkyu contacted me. They told me that they were sorry. Do they manage to check the bills everyday? I give them 3 stars out of all these things. The only good parts were the hot spring water and the Nakai san (the waitress). The hot spring is good and is worth visiting if you do not fuss over the food or the place to stay. However I think it is on the expensive side if it's around 150,000 yen for 2 nights although it is a room with an open-air bath considering the distance from Tokyo and the level of the facility. If it's 100,000 yen for 2 nights I think it'd be ok. As for me who lives in Tokyo, if I have to pay this price I would rather stay in the famous ryokans in Okuyugawara or Hakone considering the price for the highway and the distance. I would consider if I would visit again. + More
Jul 2015
4.17
Counter attack of killing pumpkin
We (husband and wife) stayed here during the Golden Week. The best charm of this hotel is the magnificence of the hot spring when all is said and done. I enjoyed the free-flowing hot spring in the spacious open-air bath. Regarding the hot spring, I would give 6 or 7 stars. Also they conducted 2 mini concerts in the evening and at night on the day I stayed, and I enjoyed it too. I could not say that the facility is not new including the room, however they kept it neat and clean. About the service, the treatment by the front desk made me feel good when I checked in, and out too. 2 things that worried me were; firstly during dinner, although I do not have complaint about the contents of the cuisine, what was prepared on the table was almost completely different from the menu (For example, on the menu it was written that for the grilled plate they would have three line grunt grilled with dried mullet roe but they actually served the Wagyu grilled on the ceramic plate, and also on the menu it was supposed to be Jako rice however the steamed rice with bamboo shoots was served) If the menu changes, I think you should tell the guests when eating, or there should not be the written menu. One more point is about the drinks during dinner. When I arrived, I was asked about "the alcohol during dinner" once by the staff who carried my luggage, once by the waitress in the room, and twice in the restaurant. Every time I answered that "I don't need alcohol" however I felt unpleasant to have been asked the same thing over and over again. There are guests who drink alcohol and who do not drink alcohol. so I suggest that they stop asking about it again and again. As for the valuation of the hotel overall I would give them the passing mark (considering the hotels of many price ranges, I would give them a considerably high mark) and I think they are at the level where I would not mind visiting again, however comparing with the hotels of the same price range in Nasu or Hakone, I felt a little discontented. + More
May 2015
4.67
susa
I have visited here a couple of times before. I cannot eat a lot these days even it's tasty, so I used this plan when I found it. Dinner was just the right amount and I was satisfied. I always enjoy breakfast however I had a feeling that the menu has not changed much. My husband was not feeling well so the room service and the fact that there was an indoor bath in the room made us feel relaxed and stay leisurely. I am thankful for the staff's attention. If I have to point out, the texture of yukata was rather stiff. Instead of yukata, I wish I had a samue (Japanese traditional work cloths) for more relaxing stay. Next time when I come, I would love to stay in the same room. + More
Apr 2015
4.5
kanikamasan
It's just as the rumors say, this is a famed ryokan, but the buildings (especially the bath and doorknob) felt old, and the steps leading to the onsen also bothered me. I find it really a pity because the food was great, the service from the staff were good, it is clean and quiet, and there's nothing to dislike about the rest. But there's no such thing as I wouldn't like to visit again. I will never forgot the wonderful onsen, the delicious food and the friendly faces of the staff. I would love to visit again next time when the season changes. + More
Mar 2015
4.83
historical novel lover
This is my third visit. I am always satisfied with their fine service and wonderful open-air bath.
Jan 2015
4.83
tymns
We 3 adults and 1-year-old infant stayed there. I had a very good impression when I phoned for some inquiries for several times in advance and was looking forward to staying very much. I spent very comfortable time during my stay thanks to the good service by every staff as I expected. I'm also really grateful to them for assigning us a big room and for the kindness they had shown when my children were feeling unwell on that day. The bath was really comfortable as one is a big open air bath. I'm glad they prepared many bath towels at the dressing room. Meal was served Japanese style and among them, the steak dish was really delicious. I think the various ingredients used were chosen with care. The sencha in the room was also delicious. I would love to visit the inn again. + More
Jan 2015
3.83
ayayan819
At arrival, I talked to the front and found out that although the reservation was supposed to be for 4 people however it became for 3 people and the handling of this matter afterward did not go well (there were only 3 legless chairs and only 3 futons were prepared) and that made me feel very disappointed; but the maid managed the case sincerely so I felt almost fine. Still if someone working as a manager could handle the case I would have stayed here more pleasantly. The food was not that great. + More
Jan 2015

Information

Check-in Time
From 3:00pm to 6:00pm
Check-out Time
Until 11:00am
Tax / Service Charge
Bathing Tax JPY 150 per adult is NOT included in the rates.
Credit cards accepted at this property
VISA / JCB / AMEX / DINERS
Children
All children are welcome.
*However, children are NOT allowed to stay in the "Japanese-Style Twin Room (Open-Air Bath/West Wing)"and "Cattleya Twin Suite (East Wing)"
Pets
Pets are NOT allowed.
Parking
Free of charge for guests; Capacity 50 vehicles; No Valet Parking Service
Other policies & conditions
Please contact the hotel in case guests arrive after 6:00pm.

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