• KAI Tsugaru

    • 130 min. From Tokyo

    KAI Tsugaru is a hot spring ryokan in northern Japan offering regional delights such as apple-scented baths fed by the famous Owani Hot Spring and Tsugaru shamisen lute concerts.

  • KAI Kawaji

    • 150 min. From Tokyo

    KAI Kawaji is a riverside hot spring ryokan that pays homage to pastoral Japanese scenery, with a traditional row house serving as the entryway and a watermill located on the premises.

  • KAI Kinugawa

    • 120 min. From Tokyo

    KAI Kinugawa is a hot spring ryokan with baths fed by the famous Kinugawa Hot Spring, a wide courtyard boasting beautiful seasonal colors, and interiors decorated with stunning local craft artworks.

  • KAI Nikko

    • 30 min. From Nikko Toshogu Shrine

    KAI Nikko is a hot spring ryokan situated beside the serene Lake Chuzenji. Semi-private dining booths and cedar-lined baths are among the comforts guests can expect at this palatial establishment.

  • KAI Hakone

    • 90 min. From Tokyo

    KAI Hakone is a hot spring ryokan with rooms offering river views. Parquet furnishings and hot spring baths that open out onto vibrant natural scenery reflect the culture and nature of Hakone.

  • KAI Sengokuhara

    • 120 min. From Tokyo

    Opening on July 27, KAI Sengokuhara is a hot spring ryokan located near Hakone in a vast natural setting 700 meters up in the mountains. Both Its Garally and Atelier offers activities in which artists and staff inspire guests to explore their creativity.

  • KAI Atami

    • 50 min. From Tokyo

    Stay at KAI Atami, a hot spring ryokan that overlooks Sagami Bay from a historical mountain inn built in 1849, or the Villa del Sol, an elegant seaside auberge at the foot of the mountain.

  • KAI Anjin

    • 100 min. From Tokyo

    KAI Anjin is a hot spring ryokan in the coastal city of Ito, designed as an art space with a maritime theme. It offers rooms and penthouse bath halls that overlook the ocean.

  • KAI Ito

    • 100 min. From Tokyo

    KAI Ito is a hot spring ryokan in Izu that offers baths fed directly by the skin-rejuvenating waters of Ito Hot Spring, a beautiful Japanese garden, and local seafood delicacies such as Ise lobster.

  • KAI Enshu

    • 60 min. From Nagoya

    KAI Enshu is a hot spring ryokan situated by Lake Hamana in the historic city of Hamamatsu. All rooms offer views of the lake and are decorated with traditional local weave items.

  • KAI Alps

    • 30 min. From Hakuba

    KAI Alps is a hot spring ryokan located in the Japanese Alps with baths fed by Omachi Hot Spring. The ryokan is currently closed for rebuilding and will reopen on December 21, 2017.

  • KAI Matsumoto

    • 15 min. From Matsumoto Castle

    KAI Matsumoto is a hot spring ryokan fed by Asama Hot Spring. Reflecting Matsumoto's thriving music scene, concerts are held nightly in the ryokan lobby, where regional wines are also served.

  • KAI Kaga

    • 35 min. From Kanazawa

    KAI Kaga is a hot spring ryokan built on top of Yamashiro Hot Spring in Kaga. Traditional Kaga craft artworks decorate each room inside the refurbished 400-year-old ryokan building.

  • KAI Izumo

    • 150 min. From Tokyo

    KAI Izumo is a hot spring ryokan in southern Japan with rooms featuring private outdoor baths fed by the rejuvenating waters of Tamatsukuri Hot Spring.

  • KAI Nagato

    • 120min. From Fukuoka

    KAI Nagato located at Nagatoyumoto Onsen in northern Yamaguchi. You will be able to experience the history and rich culture of Yamaguchi which has been passed down from ancient times.

  • KAI Aso

    • 110 min. From Fukuoka

    KAI Aso is a hot spring ryokan inside Aso Kuju National Park. Guests stay in one of twelve villas—each with their own outdoor hot spring bath—on a massive property surrounded by a stunning forest.