Shuzenji, together with Shuzenji, founded by Kukai (Kobo Daishi) in 807, is said to be the oldest hot spring resort on the Izu Peninsula.
At the far end of the quiet hot spring town along the Katsura River lies the Oninosumika, an all-rooms-away-from-home-style inn, which is combined with a tasteful Japanese garden.
The sound of water flowing through the garden on moss-covered garden stones. A private bath in the guestrooms with hot water from the famous Shuzenji Onsen hot spring.
And authentic kaiseki cuisine with the finest ingredients and elaborate flavours.
Enjoy quiet moments in a detached inn where the senses are valued above all else.
All seven guest rooms are tastefully furnished based on the sukiya style.
The hotel is equipped with an open-air bath and an indoor bath into which the famous Shuzenji Onsen hot spring water is poured.
The history of Shuzenji Onsen, which is over 1,200 years old, dates back to 807 during the Heian period when Kukai (Kobo-Daishi) used his walking stick (dokko) to pierce a rock on the Katsura River, causing a gush of water.
The alkaline simple hot spring water, with a pH value of 8.6 and metasilicic acid of 63.2 mg/kg, is odourless, tasteless, mildly stimulating and gentle on the skin.
It is a hot water for beauty and beautiful skin that neutralises sebum while removing dirt and leaving the skin smooth and soft.
A carefully selected range of seasonal ingredients from all parts of Japan, sourced from the most delicious places of the season at the time.
The unique taste of this place combines the traditional techniques of Japanese cuisine with a playful approach to seasonal cycles and fresh ingredients.
Enjoy the "authentic kaiseki cuisine" to the full, created by chefs who put their heart and soul into each and every dish.
The Japanese atmosphere is conveyed by the vividly coloured pine trees and autumn leaves in the garden and the moss-covered rocks. All rooms are set apart from each other and are connected by a Japanese garden.
Enjoy the unique seasonal atmosphere here, with the sound of leaves rustling in the crosswinds and their reflection in the water.
Narita Airport / Narita Express → Tokyo Station / Limited Express Odoriko (approx. 126 mins) → Shuzenji Station / Taxi or local bus
Haneda Airport / Tokyo Monorail → Hamamatsucho Station / JR Yamanote Line → Tokyo Station / Limited Express Odoriko (approx. 126 mins) → Shuzenji Station / Taxi or local bus
Tokyo Station / Limited Express Odoriko (approx. 126 mins) → Shuzenji Station / Taxi or local bus
Nagoya Station / Tokaido Shinkansen (approx. 112 mins) → Mishima Station / Izu Hakone Railway → Shuzenji Station / Taxi or local bus
New Tomei "Nagaizumi Numazu IC" or Tomei "Numazu IC" / Izu Jogan Expressway → Izu Nagaoka IC / Izu Chuo Expressway → Shuzenji IC / National Highway 18 → Oninosu
From Shuzenji station
From Shuzenji Station on the Sunzu Line of the Izu Hakone Railway, it is a 10-minute taxi ride.
The bus route from Shuzenji Station to Shuzenji Onsen is approximately a 2-minute walk from the Shuzenji Elementary School bus stop and a 13-minute walk from the Shuzenji Onsen bus stop.