[Hoshinoya Karuizawa] A wellness program that restores the health of the mind and body that can withstand the heat “Karuizawa, Summer Health Stay”


From June 1st to August 31st, 2023, HOSHINOYA Karuizawa will carry out a program supervised by Dr. Toshiro Inaba to restore the health of the mind and body to withstand the summer heat.
Through not only exercise and diet, but also experiences that value sensibility and senses, you can balance your mind and body and cultivate the ability to respond to seasonal changes.

Walk around the garden with a gardener and face nature with a “village walk in the valley”

By facing nature, it is an experience that allows you to notice the magnificence and interest of the natural world, the ephemeralness and preciousness of life that you could not notice just by walking on your own.

“Flower Mandala Arrangement” to face the expressions of wild grasses with rich individuality

This is an experience in which the petals and leaves of wild grasses collected under the guidance of a gardener are selected according to one’s heart and arranged in a mandala pattern.
At the end of the experience, the arranged flowers and leaves will flow into the river on the premises.
By letting go of what you have created once, you can have the peace of mind to face new encounters again.

"Morning cool stretch" to adjust breathing that tends to be shallow

Take in plenty of refreshing summer morning air and perform “morning cool stretches” to circulate oxygen throughout the body.

"Deep breathing bathing method" that leads to good sleep

Relax the muscles of the whole body and perform a stretch “deep breathing bathing method” that leads to good sleep.

“One bowl of awakening” where you can feel the original taste of the ingredients

As the first meal in the morning, we will serve “One bowl of awakening” with corn chakin at the terrace seat of Japanese restaurant Kasuke.

Summary of “Karuizawa, Summer Health Stay”

Duration: June 1 to August 31, 2023
Content: 2 consultations, 1 deep breathing bathing lecture, 2 morning stretches, 1 valley village walk, 1 flower mandala arrangement, 2 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 2 dinners
Price: 125,800 yen (including tax and 10% service charge) *Accommodation fee not included



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