Atami is abundant with natural blessings given from the Sagami Bay.With the boundless ocean, the calm weather and the good spring quality, it has been one of the most popular hot spring resorts, loved by many literary figures of the times. In this aesthetic landscape overlooking Hatsushima, the Izu Peninsula, Oshima, the Miura Peninsula and the Boso Peninsula, a European style ryokan opened on October 27th.
The hotel is built in the sukiya-zukuri style of architecture, which epitomizes the beauty of the traditional Japanese house, simple yet elegant. It is an outstanding example of the work of one of Japan’s most highly renowned contemporary master craftsmen, Master Builder Koichi Kinoshita.
The restaurant seeks to use local produce wherever possible. We offer sumptuous menus that are not bound by a single culinary tradition but combine genres freely. Atami is famous for its fresh seafood from the bountiful waters of the Sagami-Nada Sea, but we source the finest foodstuffs from all over Japan, and prepare them according to recipes that bring out their best characteristics.
Chef Katsuya Miura invites you to experience a wonderful world of gourmet cuisine against the beautiful backdrop of Atami. Enjoy classic French cuisine made of luxury foodstuffs such as caviar, Ise lobster and white truffle, along with Hiramatsu’s finest wine.
The dining room overlooks the beautiful sea and beyond, Hatsushima, the Izu Peninsula, Oshima, the Miura Peninsula and the Boso Peninsula. The Sagami bay is beautiful in blue during sunrise, and is colored in a beautiful twilight during the evening. The calm sea breeze and the relaxing atmosphere create a special time.
The hotel has 13 rooms, each with its own hot-spring bath, allowing you to enjoy the renowned Atami springs. Twin, double and suites are available. The hotel is built in the sukiya-zukuri style of architecture, which epitomizes the beauty of the traditional Japanese house, simple yet elegant.
Enjoy the beauty of a traditional Japanese house with a combination of arts produced by Japanese painter Tamako Kataoka and Joan Miro.