[Kai Hakone] Night time is now available to relax in the hydrangea flower basin.


The onsen ryokan “Kai Hakone” will hold a “Hydrangea All-around Stay” from June 10 to July 2, 2023, a poetic event that will add color to the rainy season.

Ajisai Onsen, where you can soak in a hot spring and have it all to yourself.

We will prepare a special “hydrangea hot spring” that is unique to this season, combining the scenery of early summer and hot springs. By reserving the large half-open-air bath from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m., guests can enjoy a relaxing soak in the hot spring while viewing the hydrangeas in full bloom surrounded by fresh greenery.

Cool off in a hot spring bath on a "hydrangea porch" woven with brightly colored hydrangeas.

Colorful hydrangeas will be installed on the veranda of the “Hakone Yosegi-no-Ma Seseragi En-dai” Japanese-style room, a local room where you can feel the local culture. Visitors can admire the fresh and lustrous scenery while being enchanted by “mallow blue,” a herbal tea that changes from light blue to purple to pink, reminiscent of hydrangeas.

Hydrangea flower water basin" decorates guest rooms at night

At night, a hana-suiban (flower basin) with floating hydrangeas appears in the guest room. In a secluded space set up in one of the guest rooms, guests can spend their time at their leisure, intoxicated by the hana-suiban (flower basin) that emits colors of light.

Casual and enjoyable tea ceremony experience at the Ajisai Tea Room

Experience the charm of chanoyu culture in a tea room with eye-catching hydrangea-colored wallpaper. Visitors will be taught by the staff using tools decorated with hydrangea tones and patterns. Enjoy the view of early summer from the porch while savoring matcha green tea and wagashi (Japanese sweets) prepared by the tea masters themselves, and savor the changing of the seasons.



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