Misasa Onsen Izanro Iwasaki (Ryokan)

Jia an Wong

Dec 14, 2019

"To be or not to be, that is the question." Izanro Iwasaki, a renowned ryokan in Misasa hotspring town, invites you to simply be... Not do.

Just relax with onsens, peaceful strolls in traditional Japanese attire, delicately intricate multi-course meals, and a simple but restful nap on futons. Japanese royalty and literary greats have relaxed here too. It is a cultural experience, all in one place and easily enjoyed within a night's stay.

Although traditional, it also has modern amenities like washlet toilets, making it easy for foreigners to enjoy the ryokan experience. "To book or not to book, that is the question" -- Their English website, with lots of interesting media, will help.

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