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KAI Hoshino Resorts KAI Ito

KAI Hoshino Resorts KAI Ito

Reopened after renovations in December 2018. Located 100 minutes by train from Tokyo, KAI Ito is a hot spring ryokan in Izu that features baths fed directly by Ito Hot Spring, famous for its skin rejuvenating effects. The lobby looks out onto a beautiful Japanese garden that changes with the seasons.

  • 100 min. From Tokyo
  • English-speaking staff
  • Best Rate Guarantee
  • Free Wi-fi
  • Outdoor bath
  • Half-board

What is KAI?

What is KAI?

Japan’s hidden luxuries—at your fingertips

KAI is a leading brand of upscale boutique hot spring ryokans. Every establishment offers a contemporary take on the traditional Japanese inn, providing unique, location-specific experiences. From exclusive activities to specialty suites, KAI is an invitation to immerse yourself in the rich diversity of Japanese culture.

Rooms

The spacious rooms are designed in classic Japanese style and feature both a bedroom and living room. In-room baths made of ancient cypress are fed by the Ito Hot Spring; in many rooms, they overlook a Japanese garden that blooms with flowers all year round.

KAI Signature Rooms

KAI Signature Rooms incorporate elements of regional craft cultures in their design. At KAI Ito, the "Izu Flower Calendar" rooms are designed to express the flowers of the region's four distinct seasons. Guests can experience the rich natural beauty that changes throughout the year from the comfort of their room.

Room types (8)

KAI Amenities

100% flax yukata

These casual kimono have been meticulously woven to provide cooling in the summer and heat in the winter.
*We will prepare it for those who wish. Please let us know when you check in.

Wrapping cloth

In Japan, objects are traditionally carried around in a makeshift bag formed from a sheet of cloth, known as furoshiki. Guests are invited to use these cloths to carry their belongings around the premises.

Luxury mattresses

Our own brand mattresses have been designed to provide proper support to the body while also being soft enough to sink into, allowing for undisturbed sleep.

Other amenities

Bath / TV / phone / electric kettle / fridge / safe box / hair dryer / toilet with bidet functions / air purifier with humidifying function

Dining

Along with the abundant variations of seafood from the oceans, ingredients from the mountains with warm weather all year round are also used in the cuisine. At KAI Ito, we offer seasonal dishes that presents the blessings of the seas and mountains of Izu.

Dinner

Dinners consist of multi-course kaiseki meals that include visually pleasing dishes made with seasonal ingredients. Guests may choose between standard and special.

Breakfast

A set meal featuring a dish inspired by the traditional Izu fisherman's breakfast—Horse mackerel sashimi, seasoned with Welsh onions and miso paste—is served in the morning.

  • No Western meals are served, either at dinner or breakfast.
  • Standard prices include half board.
  • Allergy Information

Hot spring

Ito Hot Spring is famous not only for the quantity of water it produces--one of the largest in Japan--but also for its rich mineral content, which is particularly beneficial for the skin. The hot spring feeds KAI Ito's public baths, includes a foot bath, and even the guestroom baths.

Outdoor pool

This outdoor pool is situated beside a Japanese garden and is heated year round to ideal temperatures with waters from Ito Hot Spring, and it is possible to enter in a bathing suit.

Yuagari Lounge

Guests are invited to relax here after a long soak in Ito Hot Spring's fabled waters. Complimentary locally sourced teas and other regional beverages are offered.

Massages

Same day reservations available at the front desk.

KAI Cultural Discovery

Every KAI establishment offers a selection of free activities designed to introduce guests to Japan's regional cultures. At KAI Ito, activities revolve around the camellia, which covers vast swaths of the local area when in season. Guests will get to try their hand at making oil from camellia seeds.

Camellia oil workshop

Guests will get the chance to make camellia oil, a popular Izu product that keeps hair and skin moist--perfect to use after a soak in KAI Ito's baths.

Sightseeing

Information

Check-in 15:00
Check-out 12:00
Rooms 30
25 Japanese-style Rooms / 5 Japanese-style Rooms with outdoor bath
Parking 25
Facilities Front Desk / Shared bath halls / Shared footbath / Thermal pool / Yuagari Lounge / Japanese Garden / Restaurant / Travel Library / Shop

Travel Library

Every KAI establishment features a library consisting of books on the area's history, culture, crafts, and geography. Complimentary refreshments are also served.

KAI Ito

2-21 Okahiro-cho, Ito-shi,
Shizuoka 414-0016