The Yoshikawaya is located in Anabara Onsen, situated around 2 km from Iizaka Onsen and also known as "deep Iizaka." Iizaka Onsen is a part of Fukushima City, and one of the three hot springs in the old Oshu region (along with Akiu & Naruko). Since its establishment in 1841, Yoshikawaya has been preserving these valuable hot springs.
With a total of 128 guest rooms, you can select a room type to match your own preferences. Yoshikawaya's dining experience is held in high esteem, and has a focus on Japanese cuisine—our head chef's attention to detail is a particular point of pride.
From here, you can enjoy the expansive views of nature available only from a ryokan such as this, nestled in a valley. The Yoshikawaya has its own hot spring source, and this water can be enjoyed in both the large baths, and in the open-air baths.
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|Up to 14 people||15 - 30 people|
|Date of cancellation notification||No show/
|2 days prior||30％||30％|
|3 days prior||30％||30％|
The Yoshikawaya looks out over the seasonally-changing, stunning views of Mt. Katakura and the Surikami River, and everyone from young to old can enjoy relaxing with the view, and the gentleness of our natural, weak alkaline simple hot springs.
Care is taken with the temperature in order that it is always just right for bathing, and furthermore, the large baths and open-air baths are carefully laid out to ensure your enjoyment of the magnificent views outside.
|11:30 a.m. to midnight||5:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.|
|11:30 a.m. to midnight||5:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.|
The "Yuno" baths can be booked for private use—these have both indoor and open-air baths, and are barrier-free. The private rental bath is a private bath that can be rented for your own personal use.
The bath can be rented for family use so that you can enjoy yourselves without worrying about the eyes of other guests.
4 - 5 people can enter the bath at one time.
Please make reservations with staff at your room reservation or at check-in. The staff will let you know the times the private bath is available.
The charge for the private bath is 1,260 yen/40 minutes.
Yoshikawaya's head chef Tatsutoshi Kumamoto is fastidious about presenting to guests cuisine that brings out the original tastes of the ingredients, and that is a pleasure to both the taste buds and the eyes.
Dinners are centered around Japanese cuisine, and the menu changes four times a year, with the seasons.
There is also a wide variety of Japanese sake to match the dishes.
Breakfasts are buffet style, in which you can select what you want to eat.
Meals are in principle served during the following times.
Dinner: 6:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. (final orders 8:00 p.m.)
Breakfast: 7:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. (final orders 8:30 a.m.)
Yoshikawaya has a total of 128 rooms, including standard rooms, an executive floor, and rooms with their own open-air baths. We also have available rooms with beds. All of our rooms are equipped with baths (hot tap water or onsen) and toilets making the environment for your stay comfortable.
We provide traditional Japanese bedding of a futon spread on tatami mats, however we can prepare a simple bed if you so desire. Shoes can be worn throughout our facilities, however please remove your shoes in the guest rooms.
The VIP rooms have played host to Japan's Emperor and Empress, and are the epitome of grace and refinement.
The Yoshikawaya has ten-mat rooms, as well as special two-room guest rooms—both with their own open-air baths.
Special rooms with open-air bath
Guest rooms with open-air bath
Guests may move within the Yoshikawaya wearing slippers (please change into shoes when going outside). Air conditioning for guest rooms uses a centralized system, so please ask staff if you wish to change the temperature.
Some equipment may be available for lending within the rooms. Please don't hesitate to ask.
*Air purifiers, humidifiers, etc.
The Yoshikawaya also has a shop, lounge, Japanese restaurant, Karaoke rooms, club, meeting room, and convention hall.
The shop sells a number of souvenirs unique to Japan. This is open until 9 p.m.
* Open 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. (Closed 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.)
The lounge is just like a cafe, in which guests can enjoy the magnificent view framed by the window. From here, while away the hours gazing upon the snow-covered cliffs in winter, cherry blossoms lining the valley in spring, the vibrancy of the greenery in summer, and the unforgettable autumn colors. You will no doubt enjoy the relaxing view of the magnificence of the nature outside.
Japanese restaurant "Sarasabatei"
A Japanese-style tavern in which you can enjoy food, drinks, and snacks. With a full menu, this also features ramen and gyoza dumplings.
*Open 8:00 p.m to midnight.
*Seating 60 (100 m2)
The Yoshikawaya has three individual Karaoke rooms, which can be reserved for private use.
Karaoke room - "Bi" Capacity 15 guests
Karaoke room - "Oto" Capacity 25 guests
Karaoke room - "Ten" Capacity 20 guests
* Open 7:00 p.m. to midnight
A bar at which you can enjoy drinks and snacks. A perfect place to spend a little time after dinner, or for a few drinks.
*Open 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
*Seating 80 (135 m2)
The Zuiko special meeting room can be used by up to 30 people, and prepared according to user numbers and meeting content.
Convention hall "Zuiun"
The Zuiun convention hall is a multi-purpose space that can be tailored to a range of needs, and this can be adapted for meetings and lectures in accordance with user requirements.
(Japanese restaurant with individual rooms)
This traditional Japanese-style restaurant has seven private rooms, from which magnificent views can be enjoyed from those rooms on the valley side.
Each room is named after a flower, and each features its own restroom, and these private rooms are used for meetings by people who place high value on their privacy.
Japanese restaurant with individual rooms Hana-no-Sho