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Yukairo Kikuya
Shuzenji,Shuzenji - View on map
  1. Airport transfer
  2. Car park
  3. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  4. Front desk [24-hour]
  5. Game room
  6. Luggage storage
  7. Breakfast [free]
  8. Contactless check-in/out
"Dinner/breakfast was amazing/ baths were beautiful/ staff was friendly/ nighttime ramen! Highly recommend "
9

Exceptional

384 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 436
Arai Ryokan
Shuzenji,Shuzenji - View on map
  1. Bicycle rental
  2. Valet parking
  3. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  4. Front desk [24-hour]
  5. Golf course [on-site]
  6. Sauna
  7. Luggage storage
  8. Spa
"Our stay was amazing, as second time visitors to Arai Ryokan (first time 2006 we were childless and this time 2015 we came with our son) we were so happy to see the place being run really well. We wanted our son to have an appreciation of a ryokan experience and were so happy with the welcoming environment at Arai. From the moment we arrived it was like being transported back in time. We all changed into traditional Yukata and the enjoyment began. We had an Onsen and after this our dinner was prepared and delivered to our room. An amazing array of food was presented at our bedroom table. A truly memorable meal and our room staff (Terashima was incredibly patient with our meagre Japanese). Also another staff member, Hitomi, was incredibly fluent in English and she also eased the way for our son and ourselves. The two new Onsen rooms Suiren and I can't remember the name of the other but were both gorgeous. Newly built and integrated seamlessly into the original fabric of the building these two new Onsen had thae beautiful fresh scent of Hinoki Pine. I can't recommend Arai enough, go and enjoy yourself. You will be amazed. Damian Carstens"
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9.2

Exceptional

339 reviews

Hostel Knot
Shuzenji,Shuzenji - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Luggage storage
  4. Check-in/out [private]
  5. Game room
  6. Laundry service
  7. Safety deposit boxes
  8. Tours
"This is by far the best hostel I’ve been!"
9.1

Exceptional

119 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 31
Izu Shuzenji Onsen Hotel Takitei
Shuzenji,Shuzenji - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Luggage storage
  4. Hot tub
  5. Shops
  6. Restaurants
  7. Wi-Fi in public areas
  8. Smoking area
"This is my 2nd visit here and both times I have found the location and the meals to be outstanding. A visit to Shuzenji is a lovely stop and this is a very nice place. The Onsen is nice, but beginning to show its age a little. However the meal and the service were lovely. "
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7

Very good

332 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 118
Laforet Shuzenji
Shuzenji,Shuzenji - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Shuttle service
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. Luggage storage
  5. Swimming pool [indoor]
  6. Golf course [on-site]
  7. Tennis court
  8. Laundry service
"Needs a shuttle bus to get anywhere. Unless you want to spend the weekend at the resort, it is a fair way from Shuzenji itself. They do have shuttle buses to the station though. Room was ok but no way to change air con controls. Also facilities to make tea/food but no tea supplies which was strange. Even cheap hotels at least have ocha or instant coffee. It was ok. But woumd not stay again."
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7.3

Very good

577 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 141
Breezbay Shuzenji Hotel
Shuzenji,Shuzenji - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Shuttle service
  3. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  4. Luggage storage
  5. Hot tub
  6. Kids club
  7. Game room
  8. Shops
"Overall satisfied, but beware if a big tour group is also checking in, as they may fill up the dining room and the onsen. Some food in the buffet line (such as tempura at dinner, or boiled rice at breakfast), are not replenished even if there are still at least 30-45 minutes left of the time period. Check out time is 10am. The Bamboo Room is nice with massage chairs and various games. Staff mostly speaks only Japanese. "
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8

Excellent

150 reviews

Onsen Yado Mizuguchi
Shuzenji,Shuzenji - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Luggage storage
  4. Coffee shop
  5. Room service
  6. Wi-Fi in public areas
  7. Smoking area
  8. Daily housekeeping
"The room is cozy, tidy & warm, really comfortable stay"
8.3

Excellent

81 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 90
Izu Marriott Hotel Shuzenji
Shuzenji,Shuzenji - View on map
  1. Pets allowed
  2. Car park
  3. Shuttle service
  4. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  5. Hot tub
  6. Fitness center
  7. Front desk [24-hour]
  8. Check-in/out [express]
"Pro: it’s situated up the hill with Mr Fuji view, very quiet place with onsen. Shuttle bus is provided from hotel to Shuzenji Station and to a bus stop of about 1km yon Shuzenji onsen, with a nice walk up to ume grove and maple forrest. Con: slightly pricey if you are staying alone. Time for shuttle should be provided in English too. I mistook a shuttle 1415hrs which is notbdaily from station to hotel and waited for more than 1 hour "
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8

Excellent

153 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 291
Yagyu-no-Sho
Shuzenji,Shuzenji - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Bar
  3. Gift/souvenir shop
  4. Handrails in stairs and hallways
  5. Hot spring bath
  6. Go game
  7. Shogi
  8. Mahjong
Avg price per night
USD 948
Hotel Laforet Shuzenji
Shuzenji,Shuzenji - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Shuttle service
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. BBQ facilities
  5. Swimming pool [indoor]
  6. Sauna
  7. Bicycles
  8. Luggage storage
7.4

Very good

80 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 146

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Frequently asked questions

What's the average price of a hotel in Shuzenji?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Shuzenji is USD 154. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Shuzenji is USD 265. The average price for a 5-star hotel in Shuzenji is USD 710.

What's the average price of a hotel in Shuzenji this weekend?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Shuzenji this weekend is USD 91. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Shuzenji this weekend is USD 213. The average price for a 5-star hotel in Shuzenji this weekend is USD 702.

What's the average price of a hotel in Shuzenji tonight?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Shuzenji tonight is USD 97. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Shuzenji tonight is USD 241. The average price for a 5-star hotel in Shuzenji tonight is USD 635.

What are the best hotels in Shuzenji near Shuzenji Temple?

Verified travelers to Shuzenji who stayed near Shuzenji Temple have given top reviews to Izu Marriott Hotel Shuzenji, Oninosumika and Sunshine Shuzenji Hotel.

What are the best hotels in Shuzenji near Chikurinnokomichi?

Verified travelers to Shuzenji who stayed near Chikurinnokomichi have given top reviews to Izu Marriott Hotel Shuzenji, Oninosumika and Sunshine Shuzenji Hotel.

What are the best hotels in Shuzenji near Shuzenji Nijino Sato?

Verified travelers to Shuzenji who stayed near Shuzenji Nijino Sato have given top reviews to Izu Marriott Hotel Shuzenji, Oninosumika and Sunshine Shuzenji Hotel.

What are the most popular hotels in Shuzenji?

Some of our most popular hotels in Shuzenji are Yukairo Kikuya, Shuzenji Onsen Katsuragawa and Hostel Knot.

What are the best hotels in Shuzenji for couples?

Hotels in Shuzenji that are highly rated by couples include Yukairo Kikuya, Izu Shuzenji Onsen Hotel Takitei and Laforet Shuzenji.

What are the best hotels in Shuzenji for families?

Hotels in Shuzenji that are highly rated by families include Yukairo Kikuya, Izu Shuzenji Onsen Hotel Takitei and Laforet Shuzenji.

What hotels in Shuzenji have the best views?

Verified travelers to Shuzenji have given top reviews for the views at Arai Ryokan, Asaba Ryokan and Laforet Shuzenji.

What hotels in Shuzenji have the best breakfast?

Verified travelers to Shuzenji have given top reviews for the breakfast at Hotel Wakou, Arai Ryokan and Shuzenji Onsen Katsuragawa.

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Discover the Hidden Gems of Shuzenji in Izu, Japan

Nestled in the heart of Izu, Japan, Shuzenji is a charming town that offers a unique blend of traditional Japanese culture and modern amenities. Known for its hot springs, beautiful temples, and stunning natural scenery, Shuzenji is the perfect destination for travelers looking for a relaxing and authentic Japanese experience. One of the most interesting things about Shuzenji is its rich history. The town was founded in the 9th century by the Buddhist monk Kobo Daishi, who is said to have discovered the hot springs that still attract visitors to the area today. Shuzenji is also home to several historic temples and shrines, including the Shuzenji Temple, which was founded in the 9th century and is one of the oldest temples in Japan.

Top Reasons Why Shuzenji Should Be Your Next Travel Destination

Shuzenji is a destination that offers something for everyone. Whether you're interested in exploring the town's rich history, relaxing in the hot springs, or enjoying the natural beauty of the surrounding area, Shuzenji has it all. One of the top reasons to visit Shuzenji is its hot springs. The town is home to several hot spring resorts, including Laforet Shuzenji Sanshisuimei, Onsen Yado Mizuguchi, and Taizanso, which offer a range of traditional Japanese accommodations and spa treatments. Soaking in the hot springs is a great way to unwind and relax after a long day of sightseeing. Another reason to visit Shuzenji is its beautiful temples and shrines. The town is home to several historic temples, including the Shuzenji Temple and the Katsura Imperial Villa, which was built in the early 20th century for the Imperial Family. These temples offer a glimpse into Japan's rich cultural heritage and are a must-see for anyone interested in Japanese history and culture. Finally, Shuzenji is surrounded by stunning natural scenery, including the Amagi Mountains and the Kawazu Seven Waterfalls. These natural wonders offer a range of outdoor activities, including hiking, cycling, and fishing. The town is also home to several parks and gardens, including the Shuzenji Niji-no-Sato, which features a beautiful iris garden and a traditional Japanese tea house.

Travel Guide: How to Go to Shuzenji, Japan

Getting to Shuzenji is easy, thanks to its convenient location and excellent transportation links. The town is located in the Izu Peninsula, which is easily accessible from Tokyo by train or car. If you're traveling by train, the best way to get to Shuzenji is to take the Tokaido Shinkansen from Tokyo Station to Mishima Station. From there, you can transfer to the Izuhakone Railway and take the Sunzu Line to Shuzenji Station. The journey takes around 2 hours and is covered by the Japan Rail Pass. If you're driving, the easiest way to get to Shuzenji is to take the Tomei Expressway from Tokyo and exit at Numazu Interchange. From there, you can take the Izu-Jukan Expressway and follow the signs to Shuzenji. The journey takes around 2 hours and is relatively straightforward.

Fun Things to Do in Shuzenji, Japan: A Traveler's Guide

Shuzenji is a destination that offers a range of fun and interesting things to do, whether you're interested in exploring the town's rich history, relaxing in the hot springs, or enjoying the natural beauty of the surrounding area. One of the top things to do in Shuzenji is to visit the Shuzenji Temple. This historic temple is one of the oldest in Japan and is home to several important cultural treasures, including a wooden statue of Kobo Daishi. The temple is also surrounded by a beautiful garden, which is particularly stunning in the spring when the cherry blossoms are in bloom. Another fun thing to do in Shuzenji is to visit the hot springs. The town is home to several hot spring resorts, including Laforet Shuzenji, which features a range of traditional Japanese accommodations and spa treatments. Soaking in the hot springs is a great way to relax and unwind after a long day of sightseeing. Finally, Shuzenji is surrounded by stunning natural scenery, including the Amagi Mountains and the Kawazu Seven Waterfalls. These natural wonders offer a range of outdoor activities, including hiking, cycling, and fishing. The town is also home to several parks and gardens, including the Shuzenji Niji-no-Sato, which features a beautiful iris garden and a traditional Japanese tea house.

Book Your Shuzenji Hotel with Agoda.com and Enjoy Hassle-Free Travel

If you're planning a trip to Shuzenji, booking your hotel with Agoda.com is the best way to ensure a hassle-free travel experience. Agoda.com offers a wide range of hotels in Shuzenji, including the Laforet Shuzenji Sanshisuimei, Onsen Yado Mizuguchi, Taizanso, Laforet Shuzenji, and Hotel Winery Hill, which are all highly rated by previous guests. Booking your hotel with Agoda.com is easy and convenient. Simply visit the Agoda.com website, enter your travel dates and destination, and browse through the available hotels. You can filter your search results by price, location, and amenities to find the perfect hotel for your needs. Agoda.com also offers a range of other travel services, including flights, car rentals, and travel insurance. By booking all of your travel needs with Agoda.com, you can save time and money and enjoy a hassle-free travel experience.

The Best Time to Visit Shuzenji: A Seasonal Guide

The best time to visit Shuzenji depends on your interests and preferences. The town offers something for everyone, no matter what time of year you visit. If you're interested in cherry blossoms, the best time to visit Shuzenji is in the spring, when the cherry blossoms are in bloom. The Shuzenji Temple is particularly stunning during this time, as the cherry blossoms frame the temple in a beautiful pink hue. If you're interested in outdoor activities, the best time to visit Shuzenji is in the summer, when the weather is warm and sunny. The town is surrounded by stunning natural scenery, including the Amagi Mountains and the Kawazu Seven Waterfalls, which offer a range of outdoor activities, including hiking, cycling, and fishing. If you're interested in the fall foliage, the best time to visit Shuzenji is in the autumn, when the leaves turn brilliant shades of red, orange, and yellow. The town is surrounded by beautiful forests and parks, which are particularly stunning during this time. Finally, if you're interested in hot springs, the best time to visit Shuzenji is in the winter, when the weather is cold and snowy. The town is home to several hot spring resorts, including Laforet Shuzenji, which offer a range of traditional Japanese accommodations and spa treatments.

Expert Tips for Travelers Visiting Shuzenji, Japan

If you're planning a trip to Shuzenji, there are a few expert tips that can help you make the most of your visit. First, be sure to bring comfortable walking shoes, as Shuzenji is a town that is best explored on foot. The town is relatively small, so you can easily walk from one attraction to another. Second, be sure to try the local cuisine, which includes fresh seafood, soba noodles, and wasabi. The town is known for its wasabi, which is grown in the nearby mountains and is considered some of the best in Japan. Finally, be sure to pack a swimsuit, as the hot springs are a must-visit attraction in Shuzenji. Most hot spring resorts provide yukata robes for guests to wear, so you don't need to worry about packing one.

Where to Stay in Shuzenji: A Guide to the Best Accommodations

Shuzenji offers a range of accommodations for travelers, from traditional Japanese ryokans to modern hotels. Here are some of the best accommodations in Shuzenji: Laforet Shuzenji Sanshisuimei: This hot spring resort offers a range of traditional Japanese accommodations, including tatami rooms and hot spring baths. The resort is surrounded by beautiful gardens and is located close to the Shuzenji Temple. Onsen Yado Mizuguchi: This hot spring resort offers a range of traditional Japanese accommodations, including tatami rooms and hot spring baths. The resort is located close to the Kawazu Seven Waterfalls and offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains. Taizanso: This hot spring resort offers a range of traditional Japanese accommodations, including tatami rooms and hot spring baths. The resort is located close to the Shuzenji Temple and offers a range of spa treatments. Laforet Shuzenji: This modern hotel offers a range of comfortable rooms and suites, as well as a restaurant and bar. The hotel is located close to the Shuzenji Temple and is a great option for travelers looking for modern amenities. Hotel Winery Hill: This modern hotel offers a range of comfortable rooms and suites, as well as a restaurant and bar. The hotel is located close to the Kawazu Seven Waterfalls and offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains.

What to Eat in Shuzenji: A Foodie's Guide to Local Cuisine

Shuzenji is known for its fresh seafood, soba noodles, and wasabi. Here are some of the best local dishes to try in Shuzenji: Sashimi: Shuzenji is located close to the coast, so fresh seafood is a must-try dish. Sashimi, which is thinly sliced raw fish, is a popular dish in Shuzenji and is often served with wasabi. Soba noodles: Shuzenji is also known for its soba noodles, which are made from buckwheat flour and are served hot or cold. The noodles are often served with a dipping sauce and are a popular dish in the area. Wasabi: Shuzenji is famous for its wasabi, which is grown in the nearby mountains and is considered some of the best in Japan. Wasabi is often served with sashimi, soba noodles, and other local dishes. Yuba: Yuba is a local specialty made from soybeans and is often served as a snack or appetizer. The dish is made by boiling soy milk and then scooping off the thin layer of film that forms on top.

Traveling Around Shuzenji: A Guide to Transportation Options

Shuzenji is a town that is best explored on foot, but there are also several transportation options available for travelers. If you're traveling by train, the best way to get around Shuzenji is to take the Izuhakone Railway, which connects the town to other destinations in the Izu Peninsula. The railway is easy to use and is a great way to explore the surrounding area. If you're traveling by car, there are several rental car companies located in Shuzenji, including Nippon Rent-A-Car and Toyota Rent-A-Lease. Renting a car is a great option if you want to explore the surrounding area at your own pace. Finally, if you're traveling by bus, there are several local bus routes that connect Shuzenji to other destinations in the Izu Peninsula. The buses are comfortable and easy to use, but they can be crowded during peak travel times.