Yagyu No Sho
1116-6 Shuzenji,
Izu-shi, Shizuoka 410-2416
Tel: +81 58 72 4126
Fax: +81 558 72 5212

Yagyu No Sho Website

  • Yukata (casual kimono)
  • Haori (casual coat of kimono)
  • Tabi (socks)
  • Refrigerator and mini-bar
  • Safety box
  • TV
  • “Two “Hanare” detached rooms with open air bath
  • Natural hot spring baths
  • Banquet room
  • Meeting room
  • Bar
  • Salon
  • Gallery
  • Hall “Yagyu-kan”
  • Nestled within a Bamboo Grove
  • Meeting facilities
  • Cuisine is Kyoto style kaiseki
  • Lush gardens
  • Kendo and Mai practiced on premises
  • Garden hot bath
  • Garden walks
  • Business meetings
  • Private parties
  • Kendo
  • Mai (Japanese artistic dancing)
  • Walk along “Bamboo Avenue” at the Katsura River
  • Visit the Shuzenji Temple – a Michelin green Guide rated temple
  • Practice Japanese martial arts at the resorts own Yagyu-kan hall
  • Visit the Shuzenji hot springs on Izu peninsula


This is the essence of Japanese elegance – nestled in a bamboo grove, the magnificent Yagyu-No-Sho transports you back in time to the simplicity of nature in Japan. It is the perfect balance of style and history, an absolute indulgence. Whether you are looking for a weekend getaway or a serene place to hold a meeting, Yagyu-No-Sho will satisfy your every need. Each room is designed uniquely to exude the heritage of Japanese architecture by displaying its own feature. There are two Hanare (detached rooms) with an open-air bath. Inevitably, you will find yourself lost in complete relaxation.


Yagyu-No-Sho began life as a traditional Japanese restaurant in downtown Tokyo, and was moved to its present location on the Izu Peninsula in Shizuoka Prefecture in 1970. The cuisine is authentic Kyoto-style kaiseki ryori, each dish a little piece of art. The chef has 50 years of experience, and his mastery is evident in creations that are both pleasing to the eye and exquisite on the palate.

The tranquility of being outdoors and the careful arrangement of the garden around the bath refresh the spirit, as the hot, soothing water makes your aches and pains waft away like the rising steam. The large Yagyu-kan hall also provides the perfect setting for business meetings and par ties. This room was originally used for practicing kendo as well as mai (Japanese artistic dancing). These traditional arts are still practiced in this hall.

To find out more information about this destination including Weather, Time or Cultural information, please visit the Travel Planner – Japan.


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