This property is in high demand!
Last booked 3 hours ago
"The hosts are kind and welcoming and very patient."
September 5, 2018
200 meters to public transportation
Hot spring bath
Last booked 3 hours ago
|Value for money||8.7|
|Nearest airport||Haneda Airport (HND)|
|Distance to airport||70.3 km|
"Kaiseki dinner and breakfast were sumptuous."
December 1, 2018
"Megumi was great in making me feel comfortable and serving the meals in-room."
November 12, 2017
"Friendly staff, traditional style inn."
April 21, 2018
"Wonderful place and amazing service."
November 26, 2018
Situated in Hakone Yumoto, Ryokan Fukuzumiro is the perfect place to experience Hakone and its surroundings. From here, guests can enjoy easy access to all that the lively city has to offer. This modern hotel is in the vicinity of popular city attractions such as Tounosawa Onsen, Hakone Yumoto Onsen, Sounji Temple.
Take advantage of a wealth of unrivaled services and amenities at this Hakone hotel. Top features of the hotel include daily housekeeping, gift/souvenir shop, 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, car park.
Ryokan Fukuzumiro is home to 18 bedrooms. All are tastefully furnished and many even provide such comforts as complimentary tea, linens, mirror, slippers, towels. The hotel's recreational facilities, which include hot tub, hot spring bath, spa, massage, garden are designed for escape and relaxation. Superb facilities and an excellent location make the Ryokan Fukuzumiro the perfect base from which to enjoy your stay in Hakone.
"Impressed with personal staff"
August 16, 2018
Children and extra beds
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please check the individual room capacity for more details.
Minimum age of guests is: 0 year(s).
|Guest's age||Extra bed|
Infant 0-2 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding.
Baby cot/crib available upon request
Children 3-6 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding.
If you need an extra bed, it will incur an additional charge.
Guests 7 years and older are considered as adults
Must use an extra bed which will incur an additional charge.
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So so amazing!!”
It was the best place ever. The food was the best meals I’ve ever eaten, you get your value in them alone. The staff were incredible helpful when explaining everything from the food to the baths. The baths were the perfect temperate and so clean and relaxing. Most amazing place, cannot recommend it enough!!
This is absolutely amazing place, very beautiful building, which looks like it was in old Japanese movie (in a good way), with pond with fishes and small garden. The area around is also beautiful – little river, the small path in a woods that leads to old temple, where is no one but you. Onsen is nice, it is very cozy. The Japanese dinner was amazing. Definitely recommend this to everyone who planning to visit Japan.
All the best”
This is my second visit and I stayed with my family. The hotel is antique, staff friendly, and the food is delicious. The menu of meals served in the hotel seems to be better in autumn than in summer. And it is convenient there is a vending machine in front of the bathroom. nice
Traditional Japanese ryokan experience”
Full immersion into the traditional Japanese ryokan experience, sleeping next to the river (you can hear the river flowing!) and waking up to a beautiful view. Kaiseki dinner and breakfast were sumptuous. Private onsen available for those who are shy. The ryokan is traditionally maintained and old, so don't go in expecting a hotel or resort. Also, your server may not speak any language other than Japanese. Toilets are located outside the room and showers are only available at the bath (onsen) area. Notwithstanding, it was truly a unique experience that should be experienced for those visiting Japan!
Good location, old ryokan but very clean”
I'm impressed with the quality of food we had for the half board option, both dinner and breakfast were really good and kept us very full. Although there was no bathroom or wash basin in the room, we could easily access to one just across the hall, there was nobody else using the bathroom as there were only two rooms on that floor, both booked by our group. Private onsen is available, though there was also nobody using the public onsen when I went. The soaking area is quite small though, so its good that the place the is not too crowded. Room was spacious and I was glad that we upgraded to rooms just next to the river, we could hear the gushing sound of river flowing from our rooms.
Very transitional style experiences ”
Loved the strong feeling of real transitional Japanese experience. Large room with a garden view. Shared toilet is not what I liked but that is what people use 100years ago. Hot spring rooms are good. The shared male bath is with a nice river view.
Best service ever!”
This was my first time staying at a Ryokan and I was thrilled. The service was something you cannot find elsewhere, not even in a 5-star hotel. The Obachaan(grandma) who took care of us was so kind. She would be the only reason I go back to Hakone since I find there is not much to Hakone. Communication was a little bit challenging as they do not speak much English. The futon were thick and soft though a bit dusty probably from being kept in the cupboard and since I'm allergic to dust, I didn't get a very good sleep. Breakfast and Dinner is essential if you want to enjoy the whole ryokan experience. The food was fantastic.
Exceptional service from the staff and relaxing location”
Megumi was great in making me feel comfortable and serving the meals in-room. With a river view and the sound of flowing water, it is a quiet respite from the hustle and bustle of Tokyo city and tourists in busier parts of Hakone.
I was on my first solo trip and this hostel was my first stop to stay. The staffs were very polite and nice. Since I took the midnight flight to Japan, I was there very early in the morning and it wasn't ready for me to check in. The staffs let me to put my luggage there and gathered some information about me, food preferences and what time for meals and morning calls. After filling out the questionnaire, I left for sightseeing. By the time I come back to the hostel, my luggage was already moved to my room. I was so flattered as I had never experienced such service before.
Lovely traditional ryokan”
The service and dedication of its English-speaking staff was excellent. I was touched by the sincerity of the lady who served us. The ryokan was very authentic and really took you back to another time. The rooms were spotless and the kaiseiki dinner was very well presented. The onsen was small but sufficient.
10/10 Would Recommend For First-timers”
Fukuzumiro is an excellent ryokan for first-timers in Japan. There are 2-3 staff members who understand basic to advanced English. There are English instructions available about the amenities. An English speaking staff member will explain the setup of the traditional room to you, and the ryokan etiquette (wearing the traditional robes, slippers, etc.) If you choose to have dinner and/or breakfast at the ryokan, an English speaking staff member will be your server and explain kaiseki to you. Our stay here introduced us to such an amazing and memorable experience. The staff were very friendly, polite, and attentive. The building is old with some wear and tear, but it is still gorgeous nonetheless. We would definitely come back to Fukuzumiro.
An amazing experience!”
For those who dont know, a 'ryokan' is a traditional Japanese inn that serves travelers. They have tatami-matted rooms, communal baths, and visitors generally wear yukatas supplied in the ryokan. Ryokan Fukuzumiro is located next to a creek and in a gorgeous area. The inn may be old but is full of charm. The staff were friendly and extremely efficient. The tended to our every need and the kaiseki dinner was delicious. The communal baths are an interesting experience. There is one room that can be used as a private bath for the self-conscious. The ryokan is on the main road only a minute's walk from the bus stops. We would highly recommend this enchanting ryokan.
Great stay in a 125 year old Japanese house”
Traveling with our family and having spent time together in this great 125 year old house was superb! Very clean, feel liking staying in my grandma's house with warmth! Great view surrounded by the mountains and creek.
A great ryokan experience, perfect during autumn”
The ryokan is just beside the river and my room was overlooking the river. I visited during the autumn season and the view was great! I had my breakfast and dinner during my one night stay and the food was well prepared and delicious. However, I noticed there were some small black stains floating on the hot-tub located downstairs. The hot tub is not downright dirty, but maybe it came along w the hot spring water or something - so I didn't stay very long in the hot tub. The only thing I really dislike about the hotel is that it's situated beside a road - and traffic gets rather heavy in the mornings and early evenings. Be very careful when you cross the road to the ryokan!
Amazing cultural experience”
I had an amazing stay at Ryokan Fukuzumiro! It is located about 10 mins walk from the Hakone Yumoto station, a quiet location besided the river. The building is very traditional with its own onsen. I loved my small japanese room overlooking the river, with tatami mat! Honda-san was my hostess for my staff and she was friendly and welcoming. Dinner and breakfast was great and served on a small table on the tatami mat. Overall a very relaxing cultural experience. Highly recommended to stay at a ryokan! :)
Fantastic Ryokan experience.”
Loved the customer service here and they are really attentive to your details. They staff can speak moderate English and guides in English are given. The ryokan is a bit old (quite expected) but well maintained. The room is really big with a separate living room attached and balcony with Riverview. Wifi is available throughout the ryokan and is really fast. Private onsen works great too!
great ryokan experience with onsens ”
The Ryokan is a 10 - 15 min walk from the Hakone-moto station along the main road, should be easy to locate. It does looks a bit dated, but given that its approx a century old and a preserved ryokan, it is well maintained. Toilets and bathrooms are shared. room was quite big, loved the balcony with a river view. can hear the sounds of the flowing river from the balcony too. Onsens are located in basement, one male, one female and one private (much smaller). Private one is first come first serve, good esp if you don't do public bath. Will recommend for a nice and authentic ryokan experience, with onsens.
Superb service and a true ryokan experience”
One of the best Ryokan when I travelled in Japan. Clean room, super nice river view and delicious food. The staffs are polite and attentive. It helps if you could speak basic Japanese. The only complain is that there is no WIFI available and you have to climb to the hill in order to reach the nearest train station. Other than that it is a nice ryokan experience. There aren't many rooms, thus you wont find a throng of tourists coming by the buses.
Traditional Japanese ryokan hospitality”
Beautiful traditional architectural ryokan with multi-course dinner and breakfast. Two shared onsen to separate the genders and one private onsen for family use. No wifi or Internet so go out and enjoy the multitude of scenic sites in the region.
I'm probably overhyping it but I genuinely had a great night's rest here. The hosts are kind and welcoming and very patient. There were customers who were incredibly rude but the workers were still willing to accommodate and satisfy the customers.