Ikaho, Gunma Prefecture. In this comfortable place rich in nature, there is a luxurious inn “Oku-Ikaho Ryatei Kaiyonro” that has been in existence since the beginning of the Meiji era (1868-1912).
The 14th generation of Fukuda Yoshishige, the owner of the inn at that time, built a new building in Ikaho, Jyoshu, with a different atmosphere from the inn that had been in existence for generations, with the hope that guests would spend a relaxing time there.
In this article, we will introduce in detail the charm, location, room features, and cuisine of this luxurious inn in Ikaho, Gunma Prefecture, called Oku-Ikaho Ryotei Kaiyonro.
Oku-Ikaho Ryotei Hainanro Location
Oku-Ikaho Ryotei Haikanro is located in Ikaho, Gunma Prefecture.
A place that boasts deep-rooted popularity as an attractive hot spring resort, Ikaho Onsen is centered around an emotional stone staircase street, lined with old-fashioned restaurants and souvenir shops that make you feel as if you have stepped back in time to the Showa Era (1926-1989).
In addition to the famous ryokan inns recognized by many onsen connoisseurs, there are also many free footbaths and onsen facilities that are unique to the onsen town, making it an easy place to stop by.
There are many sightseeing spots in Ikaho that you should visit when you come to Ikaho, including Kaminoyama Park, a regular date spot for Ikaho tourists; Ikaho Shrine, a historic shrine that is well known as the symbol of Ikaho; the Ikaho Kirie Museum, a museum of paper cutouts, which is rare in Japan; and the open-air baths, which are always one of the most popular in Ikaho. The Ikaho Open-air Bath is one of the most popular baths in Ikaho, and Mizusawa Kannon (Goddess of Mercy) is a popular power spot for sightseeing in Ikaho.
You can also enjoy sightseeing in the area while staying at Oku-Ikaho Ryotei Hainanro.
Oku-Ikaho Ryotei Haimenrou is located in the best location for sightseeing.
The charm of the Harmony Building at the Oi Kaho Residence
Oku-Ikaho Ryotei Kaiyonro offers a variety of rooms, including rooms with a pure Japanese style and high-grade rooms with an emphasis on design, all with an open-air bath, as well as carefully selected cuisine.
Fresh greenery, autumn foliage, and snowy landscapes. The terrace baths are made of Koya-maki (Japanese cedar) and offer a magnificent view of fresh greenery, autumn leaves, and snowy landscapes.
The powder room is spacious enough for two. Bath amenities are made from natural botanical products, such as olive soap from Shodoshima.
We also offer SPA where you can receive an all-hand massage in a high quality space that ensures your privacy from other guests.
The therapist selects essential oils according to your physical condition and mood of the day, and uses delicate techniques to improve the flow of the lymphatic system, relieve physical and mental fatigue, and lead you to deep relaxation.
Oku-Ikaho Ryotei Hainanro Rooms
Oku-Ikaho Ryotei Haikanro offers 8 rooms that emphasize attentive service and privacy.
All rooms overlook the nature of Ikaho and are equipped with an open-air bath that is filled with the famous “Shiragin-no-yu” hot water, so you can enjoy a hot bath at your favorite time.
The bedding has been carefully selected by a sleep well therapist. The bedding is carefully selected by a sleep well therapist, and all rooms use eiderdown quilts, the jewel of feathers, to ensure a comfortable night’s sleep.
The space, which expresses “harmony” with a new sense of design while using traditional Japanese materials, is an exquisite space with a sense of nostalgia.
Oku-Ikaho Ryotei Haikanro Cuisine
Meals at Oku-Ikaho Ryotei Haikanro are served in a private room in the exclusive “Saryo”.
Each dish of Japanese cuisine is prepared with the utmost care and skill using seasonal ingredients carefully selected by the head chef from all over Japan, and is accompanied by an “omakase” selection of sakes from around the world.
Each dish is beautiful not only in taste but also in appearance, making it an exquisite meal that can truly be savored by all five senses.
After enjoying sightseeing in the surrounding area and relaxing in the hot springs, it is nice to forget about time and enjoy a leisurely meal.
Wouldn’t you like to stay at an inn in Gunma Prefecture that is filled with all these luxuries?
Oku-Ikaho Ryotei Haikanro Basic Information
|Facility Name||Oi Kaho Residence Harmony Building|
|Address||5-4 Ikahokayu, Ikaho-cho, Shibukawa-shi, Gunma, Japan|
|Budget||Approx. 80,000 yen for 2 persons (tax included)|
In this issue, we introduced the charms of Oku-Ikaho Ryatei Hainenro, a luxurious inn in Ikaho, Gunma Prefecture.
Oku-Ikaho Ryotei Hainenro is an exquisite inn where all rooms have a view of the nature of Ikaho and an open-air bath that is filled with the famous “Shiragin-no-yu” hot water.
Once you stay here, you will want to return again and again, so if you have a chance to visit the area, please take advantage of this mysterious charm.