Nature - that is protected as a special area within Fuji Hakone Izu National Park.
Food – fresh from the foothills of Mt. Fuji and the Izu and Suruga bays.
Transition – of the four seasons, morning and evening, the flow of water.
History – that stretches back one hundred years.
Come to NEST INN HAKONE for a taste of the true riches of Hakone Sengokubara.
You may feel space and time as if in a“bird nest”.
We like to call our guest rooms private villas. Each of these 11 individual villas has been uniquely designed in harmony with the surrounding nature. Made of solid Japanese larch, they allow guests to feel the changes of nature more closely.
A nest full of riches in Hakone: our rooms feature fixtures that will allow you to express this richness in a variety of ways, while hidden away in your own private space.
The baths attached to the guest rooms are supplied with the same Owakudani hot spring water as the communal baths: a rare, milky white and richly acidic blend of minerals such as calcium, magnesium, sulfates, and chlorides, which promotes healthy skin, warms the body, and is effective against nerve pain and hardening of the arteries.
A traditional wooden tea ceremony building, the HONKAN allows guests to experience its hundred years of history in the HYOSEKIKAKU’s reception, a kaiseki restaurant, and casual tea room.
Every ingredient has a season. But even when “in season,” ingredients can differ in flavor according to whether they are “early”, “in season” or “late.”
We source the freshest, most seasonal ingredients not only from nearby Kanagawa and Shizuoka, but from across the whole of Japan. Sensitive even to these slightest of differences, we prepare our ingredients in a variety of ways, aiming to bring out their true natural flavors, and present them to their best advantage.
Please sample our kaiseki cuisine which blends history and tradition with new methods in tune with the times.