Hot Springs Accommodation in Japan with Open-air Baths的旅館・酒店：342
The Prince Hakone Lake Ashinoko(ザ・プリンス箱根芦ノ湖（旧:ザ・プリンス箱根）)
Meals that make use of local ingredients and guest rooms where you can enjoy the nature of Hakone. After a walk in the garden, soak in the open-air bath. The adjacent Hakone-en Park features the Komagatake ropeway, the Lake Ashi boat cruise, the aquarium and many other attractions.
Chef’s original Kaiseki full-course dinner containing local ingredients and hometown recipes such as Korobuta Shamo Nabe (pork hot pot), Kurogewagyu beef steak, banded blue-sprat, and other seasonal ingredients grown on the fertile land and caught in the rich ocean of Southern Kyushu.
The Lake View Toya Nonokaze Resort(ザ レイクビューTOYA 乃の風リゾート)
Dining options include all-you-can-eat buffet in the dining hall with a beautiful view of the lake, Japanese-style French dinner in a restaurant, and Japanese Kaiseki full-course dinner in a private dining room.
Enjoy a full kaiseki course dinner featuring the highest-grade Kagoshima black beef and Kagoshima black pork, raised at ryokan's own farm, with a nice view of a beautiful moss-covered Japanese garden. Guests staying in one of the sukiya-style annex rooms will have in-room dining. The ryokan’s main building becomes the dining hall in the evening.
Yukai Resort: Unazuki Grand Hotel(宇奈月グランドホテル)
All-you-can-eat buffet breakfast and dinner with over 100 different Japanese, Western and Chinese dishes, as well as all-you-can-drink soft drinks. Toyama’s specialty dishes made with local ingredients such as Hotaru Ika (firefly squid) and Shiro Ebi (white shrimp) are also available.