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About Kisyunso Ryokan


Ideal for fun and relaxation, Kisyunso Ryokan is located in the Kowakudani/Miyanoshita area of Hakone. The hotel is only a three-minute walk from Ohiradai Train Station on the Hakone Tozan Line and a five-minute drive away from Hakone Yumoto Station. Hakone Chokoku-no-mori Forest and Hakone Shrine are a 20-minute drive. Owakudani Volcanic Valley is a 35-minute drive. The hotel features indoor and outdoor hot spring baths and also provides traditional Japanese meals. From here, guests can enjoy views of Mount Fuji.

Kisyunso Ryokan offers superior services and a broad range of amenities, including free Wi-Fi, air conditioned rooms with a tatami floor, paper screens, and futon bedding. Bathrooms and toilets are shared. Two hot springs, a massage service, and the hotel’s barbecue facilities are ideal places to relax and unwind after a busy day. Whatever your purpose of visit, Kisyunso Ryokan is an excellent choice for your stay in Hakone.
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Internet access

  • Free Wi-Fi in all rooms
  • Wi-Fi in public areas

Getting around

  • Car park

Things to do, ways to relax

  • Garden
  • Massage(s)
  • Nightclub
  • Spa

Dining, drinking, and snacking

  • Bar
  • Coffee/tea maker
  • Coffee shop
  • Complimentary bottled water
  • Refrigerator
  • Room service

Swimming & soaking

  • Hot spring bath

Services and conveniences

  • Safety deposit boxes
  • Shop(s)
  • Smoking area

For the kids

  • Family room


  • Pets allowed

Languages spoken

  • English
  • Japanese
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Children 0-1 years old stay for free if using existing bedding.

Children 2-5 years old will be charged 50 % of the adult price.

Children 6 years and over are considered as adults.

Guests who reserved a room with dinner must check in before 06:00 PM or dinner cannot be served and no refund provided.

  • Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose, please check the individual room capacity for more details.
When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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Useful info

Check-In From: 03:00 PM
Check-In Until: 06:00 PM
Check-Out Until: 10:00 AM
Number of Floors: 2
Number of Rooms : 6
Parking Fee (per day): 0 JPY
Reception Open Until: 09:00 PM
Room Voltage: 100
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Very good

based on 138 reviews
  • Cleanliness 7.8
  • Facilities 6.8
  • Location 6.8
  • Room comfort and quality 7.5
  • Service 7.9
  • Value for money 7.4
  • Food and dining 8.3
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Chew from Singapore
Japanese Style Room
Stayed 2 nights in October 2016
Good and quite place to relax
Serene and clean place with private onsen. However, need to share bathrooms and there is no water heater in the washing area. Staff are friendly but speak little English
Reviewed October 20, 2016

Roman from Israel
Japanese Style Room
Stayed 1 night in October 2016
the place is ok
basic facilities but onsen is nice. We did not get dinner and the village does not have any restaurants in the area. Better to stay in Gora than in oharidei.
Reviewed October 09, 2016

Anna from Indonesia
Japanese Style Room
Stayed 1 night in July 2016
Good Place
i just stayed here for 1 night. the palace was really difficult to find. there were a couples from Japan was helping me to find the place after looking until 30mnts. not far from the station, but there are no information for the hotel. I loved the traditional room , and private onsen and also using kimono after take a shower and enjoy the mochi and green tea. The staff that i met only 2 persons, 1 is the chef and the other is the old woman and after 8 or 9 , no more staff at there. overall, i like the place and i recomended to try.
Reviewed September 01, 2016

Swee from Malaysia
Japanese Style Room
Stayed 1 night in July 2016
Good stay
Overall good. Good food & nice room
Reviewed July 18, 2016

Tamara from United States
Solo traveler
Japanese Style Room
Stayed 1 night in June 2016
Worst smell ever
the room stunk and so did the onsens. staff was nice, but beware that not all plans come with food (ours didn't)
Reviewed June 18, 2016

Pei from Singapore
Japanese Style Room
Stayed 1 night in June 2016
Kisyunso Stay June 2016
Stayed there for one night. Location was all right - it's located near Ohidarai bus stop. However, it's quite a walk up (as there are slopes along the way). Not ideal for travellers with huge luggage. Ryokan was also hard to locate despite the use of Google Maps. There wasn't anyone in the vicinity so we had to find our way there by trial and error. Upon reaching the ryokan, there was no one at the front desk. The man who showed us in did so in a very hurried manner (though in all honesty I think he was severely hampered by his lack of command of the English language). There are both public and private hot springs, which were the highlight of my trip. Clean and spacious (and the private hot spring offered a huge amount of privacy). There's no food around the area so please do stock up on food if you intend to stay here. There are nice views from the window. This ryokan is nice and secluded but it will only appeal to those who value quietness and privacy.
Reviewed June 08, 2016

Anna from Poland
Japanese Style Room
Stayed 1 night in April 2016
Reviewed April 18, 2016

Linsey from Australia
Japanese Style Room
Stayed 1 night in April 2016
homely feel
Lovely outdoor onsen and traditional breakfast.
Reviewed April 08, 2016

Marie from Germany
Japanese Style Room
Stayed 2 nights in March 2016
Not good at all
Reviewed April 02, 2016

Amorie from South Africa
Japanese Style Room
Stayed 1 night in December 2015
Good Ryokan, private baths.
Private baths, clean, friendly staff.
We had a lovely night at Kisyunso. Room was clean, tatami mats looked new (not old like some reports say). Bedding and sheets were clean and white. Staff was very friendly especially lady serving dinner. Dinner and breakfast was great! It is an older building as mentioned but it added to the experience of it all, exactly the Japanese traditional feel we were looking for. The baths are private which is very nice for couples to enjoy together unlike some other ryokans which has men and women public baths where you then have to bath with other female/male guests. Would definitely recommend. Found it easily too. At the train station there is a board with numbers indicating all the ryokans in the area. Follow the signs for nr 12. The last sign of nr 12 you will see will say ---> 12: and a Japanese name, 60m. The ryokan is situated approx 20m from this sign. Name outside in Japanese but also a white printed A4 notice saying Kaguyahime Yunohana Kisyunso on the right side of the door. Wasn't difficult to find and only about a 250m walk from train station. Convenience store also located 2-3 min walk from ryokan in the main road. Would definitely recommend.
Reviewed December 10, 2015


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