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2019.02.14

A historical island ryokan, Iwamotoro

Iwamotoro Honkan 

(TOP image) Iwamotoro Roman Bath, registered as a national tangible cultural property (Image provided by Iwamotoro)

 

Enoshima is an island where the coast and land are connected, and is a popular tourist destination. In 2020, Olympic sailing events will be held in Enoshima.
The historic inn Iwamotoro is in a wonderful location overlooking the sea of Shonan and Enoshima and with views of Mt. Fuji. It has a history of over 150 years as a long-established inn, and its origins lie in "Iwamotoin," a branch temple of Enoshima Shrine Okutsunomiya.

 

Iwamotoro exterior
A historical island ryokan, Iwamotoro
(Image provided by Iwamotoro)

 

〈Guest rooms〉
There are rooms directly facing Mt. Fuji, overlooking Hakoneyama, Oyama and the Shonan coastline, or city view rooms that overlook the Shonan coastline. From your room you can enjoy beautiful scenery that changes from moment to moment.

A historical island ryokan, Iwamotoro
Room example (Image provided by Iwamotoro)

 

〈Dining〉
We source the freshest natural ingredients, such as Enoshima specialties turban shells and lobsters from the local fishing port, and our veteran chefs finish them carefully and individually for our 'Seafood kaiseki'

A historical island ryokan, Iwamotoro
Example of cuisine (Image provided by Iwamotoro)

 

〈Baths〉
The Iwamotoro Roman Bath is registered as a national tangible cultural property. The island's secluded hot spring Benten Cave Bath.

Iwamotoro Roman Bath
A historical island ryokan, IwamotoroRegistered as a national tangible cultural property in 2001, as a difficult-to-reproduce architectural structure, in recognition of its historical value. (Image provided by: Iwamotoro)

 

Benten Cave Bath
A historical island ryokan, Iwamotoro
One of the very few cave baths in Japan, dedicated to the Enoshima Shrine deity Benzaiten. (Image provided by Iwamotoro)

 

Iwamotoro
[Address] 2-2-7 Enoshima, Fujisawa-shi, Kanagawa
[Access] About 13 minute's walk from Katase-Enoshima station on the Odakyu Enoshima Line
[TEL]0466-26-4121
[URL]http://www.iwamotoro.co.jp/

 

《Power spots near the ryokan》
>>>The whole island is a power spot! Enoshima, Enoshima Shrine

  • Iwamotoro Honkan
  • Iwamotoro Honkan
  • Iwamotoro Honkan
  • Iwamotoro Honkan
  • Iwamotoro Honkan

Iwamotoro has been in business for over 150 years. A long-established inn located on "Benzaiten Nakamise Dori" in Enoshima, Shonan. The nationally registered tangible cultural properties "Roman Bath" and "Benten Cave Bath", which were born in the early Showa period, are the mysterious hot springs that the hotel is proud of. Please spend a relaxing time in the elegant appearance of the rich nature and the clothes full of old history and traditional beauty. We look forward to welcoming you.
[Access] Approximately 13 minutes on foot from "Katase-Enoshima Station" on the Odakyu Electric Railway Enoshima Line

  • Address
    2-2-7 Enoshima, Fujisawa City, Kanagawa Prefecture
  • TEL
    0466-26-4121
  • Parking Area
    Please use the nearby pay parking lot
  • Check in / Check out time
    [Check-in] 15: 00-19: 00 / [Check-out] -10: 00 * If there is a check-in time set for each accommodation plan, that will be prioritized.
  • Facility
    TV, telephone, pot, tea set, refrigerator, dryer, toilet with washing machine, soap, hamigaki set, towel, bath towel, yukata, setta, safe * Please contact the front desk if you want to use the guest room bath. We will bring you body soap, shampoo and conditioner.

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