Even trained in gender standards, this ryokan on the island of Hokkaido - the northernmost and second largest of the four main islands of Japan - will seem far from everything. Located on the shores of Lake Akan, in the heart of a forest of ancient cedars, the key Hinanoza four national parks, famous throughout the archipelago for their natural charms - volcanoes, rugged coastline and wildlife-based and grizzly Manchurian cranes - and the spectacle offered by the passage of the seasons. A show so close that it will let enjoy from the comfort of your private suite. Issue and comfort, you will be served. Each of the twenty-five suites, quiet and wooded to the extreme, have a tatami room, a lounge with live and all the terms of a perfect outdoor hygiene. Five types of suites are available, sorted by size and quality of view, the Ama no Za: 110 m² of floor space and a lake so close that feels almost the surf from his bathtub. Otherwise, Mori no Za watching the surrounding mountains from their private terrace, and Kasumi no Za play the tradition card background with partitions Shoji galore. Like any self-respecting ryokan, the Hinanoza do not mess with meals. At Hina, they are 100% guaranteed Kaiseki - shaped traditional cuisine ultra-ultra-technical and sequenced - served on private tatami with horigotatsu option (basin under the table) and strongly regional, ingredients until sake. On this last point, appointment will be made at the ryokan bar, expert and carved from a trunk of ten meters. The museum house is also of interest, with, among others, the works of the woodcarver Takeki Fujito. Declined but accessible, the Hinanoza is only three hours from Tokyo.
Please note: The Hinanoza does not accept children under twelve.
Restaurant, hotspring, spa treatments, bar, lounge, art gallery, concierge, library corner, shop.