Auberge Hanabusa Nikko is a detached inn surrounded by the quiet nature of Nikko.
Located in Nikko, a place rich in nature, this inn is popular among those who want to spend a relaxing time away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
In this issue, we will introduce in detail the charm, location, room features, and cuisine of Auberge Hanabusa Nikko, a secluded inn surrounded by the quiet nature of Nikko.
Auberge Hanabusa Nikko Location
Auberge Hanabusa Nikko is located in the Kirifuri Plateau of Nikko, Tochigi Prefecture.
The Kirifuri Plateau, a highland area at an altitude of about 1,200 meters that stretches halfway up Mount Akananzan, is rich in nature and is a place where you can encounter many kinds of alpine plants.
There are many spots around the Kirifuri Plateau in Nikko that are worth seeing when you visit.
The “Kisuge-daira” where beautiful Nikkoukisuge (day lilies) are in full bloom from late June and can be viewed along the Tenku Kairo (sky corridor), the “Momiji” where the red-colored mountains and blue sky create a picturesque view, and the “Makura Falls”, one of the three Kirifure Hidden Waterfalls, named after the three waterfalls that tickle the hearts of enthusiasts. The “Makura Falls,” one of the “Three Hidden Waterfalls of Kirifuri,” named after the three waterfalls that are known to attract maniacs; “Tamanoren Falls,” a waterfall with a very elegant flow that is worth seeing; and “Chojigataki Falls,” where visitors can enjoy ice climbing on a frozen waterfall in winter.
It would be nice to stay at Auberge Hanabusa Nikko and take your time to visit these tourist spots.
Auberge Hanabusa Nikko is located in the best location for sightseeing in the area.
Auberge Hanabusa Nikko Attractions
Auberge Hanabusa Nikko is located in a mysterious space where Eastern culture, such as Toshogu Shrine and Shinbashi Bridge, and Western culture, such as historic Western-style buildings, intersect and nature embraces them.
There are a total of six guest rooms with open-air baths that are in a detached style. Each room has its own unique design and space, allowing you to relax your body and mind away from the hustle and bustle of daily life.
In Japan, the term “Jacuzzi bath” is generally used to refer to a group of bubble bath products, including jet baths, etc. However, Nikko Hanabusa has installed a Jacuzzi bath made by the American Jacuzzi Company, which is the originator of the term “Jacuzzi bath.
This is an inn where you can spend a special time that you will never experience anywhere else.
Auberge Hanabusa Nikko Rooms
Auberge Hanabusa Nikko offers a total of 6 rooms for a maximum of 13 people in 6 groups per day.
The rooms have the taste of an old private house, with shoji windows and antique hibachi brazier, giving the rooms a strong Japanese atmosphere. All rooms are equipped with indoor and outdoor baths, allowing guests to bathe while enjoying the open atmosphere with a view of the greenery.
One room, named “Moe,” is particularly recommended.
This Western-style room offers a relaxing space with an L-shaped sofa in the living room, and the nature and weeping cherry trees seen from the open-air bath will make you forget the hustle and bustle of daily life.
Cuisine at Auberge Hanabusa Nikko
The cuisine at Auberge Hanabusa Nikko is Hanabusa’s Kaiseki cuisine, supervised by chef Akio Saito, who is an expert in Japanese cuisine.
All dishes are hand-crafted, making full use of fresh and high quality sea food that is as fresh as the sea area as well as the mountain area.
Hanabusa’s seasonal delicacies include a combination of mountain and ocean dishes, zori of lobsters and other fresh seafood, high-class brand beef, tempura, and homemade handmade soba noodles.
Wouldn’t you like to stay at a Nikko inn filled with all these luxuries?
Auberge Hanabusa Nikko Basic Information
|Facility Name||Auberge Hanabusa Nikko|
|Address||1458-1, Shono, Nikko-shi, Tochigi, Japan|
|Budget||Approx. 62,000 yen for 2 persons (tax included)|
In this issue, we introduced the charms of Auberge Hanabusa Nikko, a detached inn surrounded by the quiet nature of Nikko.
Auberge Hanabusa Nikko is an inn where Eastern culture, such as Toshogu Shrine and Shinbashi Bridge, and Western culture, such as historic Western-style buildings, intermingle, creating a mysterious space enveloped by nature.
If you have a chance to visit the area, please stay at Auberge Habusa Nikko, as it is sure to make you a repeat visitor.