Ochiairou is an inn nestled in the majestic mountains of Shuzenji, Izu, and nestled on the shore where two rivers converge.
The inn, which has been providing hospitality unchanged since 1874, is an exquisite inn that gives you a sense of the good old days.
In this issue, we will introduce in detail the charm, location, room features, and cuisine of Ochiairo, a restful inn in Shizuoka Prefecture.
Ochiairo is located in Amagi-Yugashima, Izu, Shizuoka Prefecture.
Amagi-Yugashima, the setting of the novel “The Dancing Girl of Izu,” is dotted with many attractive sightseeing spots, where the fresh green and autumn leaves are beautiful.
The “Joren Falls,” one of the most famous waterfalls in Shizuoka Prefecture with a height of 25 meters, whose name appears in Sayuri Ishikawa’s famous song “Amagi Koshi” (Amagi Crossing); the “Yumichi” walking path in Yugashima Onsen, known as a spot for autumn foliage; the “Dating Bridge,” a bridge over the path to the former public baths in Yugashima Onsen, which is also a spot for autumn foliage; and the “Sakihyo Bridge,” a fantastic bridge that soars up to the top of the bridge. The “Amagi Firefly Festival,” where visitors are soothed by the fantastic lights that soar to the top of the bridge; “Shirobanba no Sato,” a village near Yugashima Onsen that was the setting for Yasushi Inoue’s novel Shirobanba, where visitors can enjoy a trip around the spots that appear in the story; and the Soto-do Temple, built in the Muromachi Period and known as the temple where the first US Consul General, Harris and his delegation stayed in 1857 when they left for Edo. Kodoji Temple, a Soto Zen temple built in the Muromachi period (1336-1573), is also located in Ochiairo.
While staying at Ochiairo, it is a good idea to take your time to visit these sightseeing spots.
Ochiairo is located in the best location for sightseeing in the area.
Ochiairo is an inn nestled in the majestic mountains of Shuzenji, Izu, and nestled on the shore where two rivers converge.
The inn, which has been providing hospitality unchanged since 1874, is also a restful place where guests can relax amidst nature and cultural assets.
One of the charms of this inn is that you can enjoy the entire ryokan as if it were your home away from home, with three different types of hot spring baths, a garden, lounge, reading room, sauna, and other facilities on the 4,000 tsubo (approximately 1,860 square meters) grounds.
You can spend your time where you want, so you can enjoy the luxury of time throughout the day.
Since you can spend your time in a tranquil atmosphere that you can never experience in the city, we recommend this ryokan to those who want to spend time relaxing and forgetting the hustle and bustle of daily life.
It is nice to spend a relaxing time with your loved ones in a place like this once in a while.
Ochiairo offers a total of 16 rooms, each with a different flavor and atmosphere that evokes the atmosphere of a trip to Amagi.
Each room has its own unique atmosphere, and the Kumiko craftsmanship of the shoji screens in each room is a gem of handmade craftsmanship.
The sound of the Kano River flowing through the room is also a natural feature of Ochiairo. It is a great way to experience the modernism of the early Showa period while listening to the murmuring of the clear stream and relaxing in time.
Each room has a Japanese style, and the spaciousness of the rooms will help you relax from the fatigue of the crematorium.
Ochiairo’s cuisine is made from local seasonal ingredients, carefully prepared one by one to bring out the best of each ingredient’s original flavor.
No matter which season you visit, spring, summer, fall, or winter, you can enjoy fresh seasonal delicacies only at Ochiaro.
At breakfast, you can enjoy freshly squeezed vegetable juice, seasonal grilled fish, and freshly cooked rice. You can enjoy fresh and gentle meals that will delight your body and soul.
Wouldn’t you like to stay at a long-established ryokan in Shizuoka Prefecture that is filled with all these luxuries?
Basic Information on Ochiairo
|Address||1887-1 Yugashima, Izu City, Shizuoka, Japan|
|Budget||Approx. 82,000 yen for 2 persons (tax included)|
In this issue, we introduced the charms of Ochiairou, a restful inn in Shizuoka Prefecture.
Ochiairo is an old-fashioned inn nestled in the majestic mountains of Shuzenji, Izu, by the confluence of two rivers.
It is recommended for those who want to spend a relaxing time in a different atmosphere, so if you have a chance to visit the area, please take advantage of it.