Hoshino Resorts
Hoshino Resorts

Corporate Information

A complete list of our properties in the Hoshino Resorts Group

Global Line-up:
A collection of 16 locations from our family 30 resorts currently being offered to our global customers.
More locations will debut in the line-up the coming months.

Hoshino Resorts' Premier Collection

Hoshino Resorts' Premier Collection

HOSHINOYA Flagships : Discover the ultimate Japan experience


  • HOSHINOYA Karuizawa
    HOSHINOYA
    Karuizawa
    HOSHINOYA Karuizawa
  • HOSHINOYA Kyoto
    HOSHINOYA
    Kyoto
    HOSHINOYA Kyoto
  • HOSHINOYA Okinawa
    HOSHINOYA
    Okinawa
    HOSHINOYA Okinawa

KAI : Exclusive Japanese hot springs inn


  • KAI Nikko
    KAI nikko
  • KAI Kawaji
    KAI Kawaji
  • KAI Hakone
    KAI Hakone
  • KAI Aso
    KAI Aso
  • KAI Atami
    KAI Atami
  • KAI Matsumoto
    KAI Matsumoto
  • KAI Izumo
    KAI Izumo
  • KAI Alps
    KAI Alps
  • KAI Ito
    KAI Ito
  • KAI Enshu
    KAI Enshu
  • KAI Tsugaru
    KAI Tsugaru
  • KAI Kaga
    KAI Kaga

RISONARE : Premier active family resort in style


  • RISONARE Atami
    RISONARE Atami
  • RISONARE Kohamajima
    RISONARE Kohamajima
  • RISONARE Yatsugatake
    RISONARE Yatsugatake

Other Unique Lodgings : Getaways with a sense of place

A vacation steeped in regional charm awaits at any of these fine hotels and hot-spring resorts. Whether your preference is for a northern or subtropical clime or somewhere in between, you’ll find natural vistas, superb cuisine, exciting activities, and myriad ways to experience a Japan you never knew.

Day-trip Destinations : Soothing soaks and thrilling slopes

Many of our properties throughout Japan offer services that may be enjoyed for day use. From restaurants whose menus alone are worth a road trip, to hot-spring baths, winter sports, golf, and award-winning eco tours, there are delights and discoveries for the entire family to enjoy.

  • Urabandai Nekoma Ski & Snowboard Resort
    Urabandai
    Nekoma Ski & Snowboard Resort
  • Tomamu Golf Course
    Tomamu
    Golf Course
  • Mellow Wood Golf Club
    Melow wood
    Golf Club
  • RISONARE Kohamajima Golf Club
    RISONARE
    Kohamajima
    Golf Club
  • Sonmin Shokudo
    Sonmin Shokudo
  • Bleston Court Yukawatan
    Bleston
    Court Yukawatan
  • Piment Street
    Piment Street
  • Haruniré Terrace
    Haruniré Terrace
  • Mina Mina Beach
    Minamina Beach
  • Il Mare
    Il Mare
  • Ukiyu
    Ukiyu
  • Tombo-no-Yu
    Tombo No Yu
  • Picchio
    Picchio
Tomamu

RISONARE Tomamu

Boundless nature in the heart of Hokkaido

Hokkaido’s vast terrain enables all kinds of outdoor fun for parties large and small at this highland resort, from fishing, rafting, canoeing, golf, and hot-air balloon rides to witnessing the dramatic “sea of clouds” that sometimes fills the valley below. Indoors, an 80-meter wave pool and a spa with a full range of aromatherapy treatments await.

Nakatomamu, Shimukappu-mura, Hokkaido
Tel. +81 (0)167-58-1111

Tomamu Snow Park & Resort

Tomamu Snow Park & Resort

Unparalleled snow, unparalleled fun

With field activities like tree climbing and snowshoe treks, and nighttime fun at the Ice Village, Tomamu pleases the entire family around the clock. Adults can engage in all-day off-piste heliskiing on virgin powder snow, while the “adventure mountain” program offers a fun way for kids to master basic skiing and snowboarding skills on the slopes.

Nakatomamu, Shimukappu-mura, Hokkaido
Tel. +81 (0)167-58-1111

Alts Snow Park & Resort

Alts Snow Park & Resort

World-class skiing in Tohoku

On the southern face of Mount Bandai, 29 slopes invite with deep powder snow from mid-December through early April. With runs for all skill levels, a world-class freestyle zone, cross-country trails, dedicated play fields, English instruction, and full day-care facilities, this is one of the region’s largest and most accessible winter parks.

6838-68 Sarashina Shimizudaira, Bandai-machi, Fukushima
Tel. +81 (0)242-74-5000

Urabandai Nekoma Ski & Snowboard Resort

Urabandai Nekoma Ski & Snowboard Resort

Perfect powder snow
Ten slopes open from late November through early May on the north side of Mount Bandai offer skiers and snowboarders of all levels some of the country’s finest powder snow on natural-terrain, groomed, and mogul runs. Shuttles link the area with Alts Snow Park, and plans are underway to enable direct access between the two resorts without descending the mountain.

1163 Nekomayama, Kitashiobara-mura, Fukushima
Tel. +81 (0)241-32-3001

RISONARE Yatsugatake

RISONARE Yatsugatake

High design in the heart of the Yamanashi wine country.
Just two hours from Shinjuku by rail amid the spectacular mountain scenery of Yatsugatake, this stylish resort beckons with Italian cuisine crafted from the finest local produce, boutique Yamanashi wines, upscale vino spa treatments, buildings designed by prominent architects, and outdoor activities and hands-on crafts for all ages.

129-1 Kobuchisawa-cho, Hokuto, Yamanashi
Tel. +81 (0)551-36-5111

RISONARE Kohamajima

RISONARE Kohamajima

An oasis for divers and golfers alike

This island getaway ushers visitors into a world of sandy white beaches, turquoise surf, and coral reefs teeming with fish. The adjacent 18-hole golf course satisfies all skill levels, while sumptuous cuisine and spa treatments using local botanicals invite your further relaxation.

2954 Kohama Higashiomote, Taketomi-cho, Okinawa
Tel. +81 (0)980-84-6300

NIRAKANAI Iriomotejima

RISONARE Iriomotejima(From November 2014)

Unspoiled nature to trek, paddle, swim, and cruise
With no airstrip and a lone coastal road, the island of Iriomote is as remote a place as one finds in Japan. Even so, its rivers, waterfalls, mangrove swamps, and long curving beaches can be explored via the many leisure programs offered here, the island’s largest resort. When you need to unplug, RISONARE Iriomotejima supplies just the right alternative outlet.

2-2 Uehara, Taketomi-cho, Okinawa
Tel. +81 (0)980-85-7111

Bandaisan Onsen Hotel

Bandaisan Onsen Hotel

Year-round alpine adventures
Make this your luxury base for experiencing the many attractions of Mount Bandai, one of Japan’s “100 famous mountains” and a pilgrimage site for centuries. Enjoy excellent hiking in thick beech forests and panoramic views of Lake Inawashiro in all seasons, knowing that full pampering always awaits your return.

6838-68 Sarashina Shimizudaira, Bandai-machi, Fukushima
Tel. +81 (0)242-74-5111

KAI Atami

KAI Hakone (Open 2013)

Riverside luxury in Hakone

Set alongside the Sukumo River, KAI Hakone delights visitors with lush woodland views from its vast semi-open bath, and mouthwatering hot pots featuring succulent premium beef.

KAI Kaga

KAI Kaga (Open October 2012)

Architectural heritage beautifully preserved

KAI Kaga celebrates tradition in its regular program of lion dances as well as in its refined architecture and regional cuisine served on colorful Kutani ware.

18-47 Yamashiro Onsen, Kaga, Ishikawa
Tel. +81 (0)50-3786-0022

Hananoi

Hananoi

Lake views from every room
Hananoi's guestrooms of contemporary Japanese design overlook Lake Hamana, whose waters provide many of the delicacies that feature in the creative Kaiseki cuisine. Unwind further with the area’s famous green tea.

399-1 Kanzanji-cho, Nishi-ku, Hamamatsu, Shizuoka
Tel. +81 (0)53-487-0124

Angine

Angine

Mind-clearing horizon and garden views
Less than two hours from Tokyo by rail or by car, the hot-spring resort of Ito is famed for its therapeutic waters and superb seafood. At Angine, even the guestroom baths are drawn from the natural springs, and both Kaiseki and French-inspired feasts are served in chic private rooms. Unwind further with strolls on the beach, sunset watching from the rooftop bar, and aromatic treatments in the contemporary spa.

5-12 Nagisa-cho, Ito, Shizuoka
Tel. +81 (0)557-37-3111

KAI Alps

KAI Alps (Open November 2012)

Pristine mountain air to whet the appetite
Near the Tateyama Kurobe alpine route, KAI Alps welcomes with hearty meals, luxurious soaks, and wholesome treats prepared on the wood-fired stove.

2884-26 Taira, Omachi, Nagano
Tel. +81 (0)50-3786-0099

Aomoriya

Aomoriya

Local folk traditions in a parklike setting
Experience Aomori’s folk culture with live shows based on festivals such as the Nebuta—a fête famous throughout Japan. Regional cuisine and a vast open bath also await your enjoyment.

56 Furumakiyama, Misawa, Aomori
Tel. +81 (0)176-51-2121

Oirase Keiryu Hotel

Oirase Keiryu Hotel

Scenic waterfall walks
Over a dozen waterfalls can be spotted along the 14-kilometer trail that links this luxury resort to Lake Towada, the largest crater lake in all of Honshu and, together with the trail, a government-designated “special place of scenic beauty.” Back at the hotel, the fresh air and natural surroundings can be enjoyed still further while soaking in the baths.

231 Okuse Tochikubo, Towada, Aomori
Tel. +81 (0)176-74-2121

Hotel Bleston Court

Hotel Bleston Court

Sumptuous feasts in a woodland setting

In the Karuizawa tradition of fine guesthouse dining, Chef Noriyuki Hamada—a Bocuse d’Or Japon awardee—delights locals and visitors alike with seasonal French feasts.

Hoshino, Karuizawa-machi, Nagano
Tel. +81 (0)267-46-6200

Utoco Auberge & Spa

Utoco Auberge & Spa

Deep-sea therapies and ocean views

Utoco refreshes the body and spirit with artfully presented cuisine and original spa therapies that use mineral-rich seawater siphoned from currents far below the ocean surface.

6969-1 Murotomisaki-cho, Muroto, Kochi
Tel. +81 (0)887-22-1811

KAI Atami Annex : Villa del Sol

KAI Atami Annex : Villa del Sol

Oceanfront rooms and seafood from Sagami Bay
The restaurant building, with its stately Renaissance-style design, is a registered cultural property erected in 1889 and moved to this site in 1933. In this elegant setting, enjoy shellfish, lobster, and other fresh seafood from a mouthwatering menu of southern-French specialties.

759 Izusan, Atami, Shizuoka
Tel. +81 (0)557-80-2020

Tomamu Golf Course

Tomamu Golf Course

The exhilarating feeling of the green grass merging into the blue sky:
Spend a relaxing time playing golf in Hokkaido.

From this hilly course you can enjoy a relaxing time in true Hokkaido style, nestled among views of white birch groves and forests, and endless skies. Hop on a golf cart to navigate through the wide fairways and enjoy this resort to the full with your friends, family, or partner.

Mellow Wood Golf Club

Mellow Wood Golf Club

With holes laid out at the foot of Mt. Bandai, featuring 700m in altitude.

This is a moderately hilly golf course where the holes are laid out in perfect harmony with the light, water, and greenery. At this location you can take a nice shot as you aim toward Mt. Bandai, stop for a quick moment to enjoy views of Lake Inawashiro, and play a game that will make you feel carefree and relaxed.

RISONARE Kohamajima Golf Club

RISONARE Kohamajima Golf Club

Enjoy a game at a luxurious golf course located on an island surrounded by coral reefs.

Japan's westernmost golf course is located in Kohamajima, in the Yaeyama Islands surrounded by coral reefs. This is also the warmest golf course in Japan, where you can enjoy a round among large banyan trees and hibiscus flowers proudly in bloom, a location where the sea and the sky are merged into one to provide stunning views.

Sonmin Shokudo

Sonmin Shokudo

A casual Japanese restaurant that warmly welcomes visitors to Karuizawa, a place known as the “Beautiful Village”

Many years ago, writer Tatsuo Hori called Karuizawa, the Beautiful Village, in the book of the same name. At this café you can enjoy delicious, welcoming, casual dining based on unaffected fresh ingredients from Shinshu. Set menus are available at lunch time, and in the evenings you can enjoy à la carte dishes with Shinshu sake at any time.

Bleston Court Yukawatan

Bleston Court Yukawatan

A unique restaurant offering French cuisine presented by the Bocuse de Bronze winning chef.

An elegant restaurant located in the vicinity of the Yukawa River, which flows through Karuizawa. This is a unique restaurant offering sublime French dishes based on waterfowl, a natural blessing of Shinshu, and bold and delicate vegetables prepared by its chef, the first Japanese person to be awarded the bronze prize of the Bocuse d'or in 2013.

Piment Street

Piment Street

21 unique shops lined up in a town
on the plateau of the Yatsugatake Mountains.

A marché on a plateau bustling with energy at RISONARE Yatsugatake. You can have fun spending a whole day visiting the 21 shops of different varieties, each one overflowing with its own uniqueness and individuality, but even then you will want to come back for more. Come along to chat to the shop owners, enjoy some shopping as you stroll along the paved stone paths, or relax in your favorite café.

Haruniré Terrace

Haruniré Terrace

The gateway to the Hoshino area:
A "small village" surrounded by a grove of harunire (Japanese elm) trees.

This is a "small village" featuring a grove of more than 100 Japanese elm trees growing in the wild as they try to nestle close to the clear stream of the Yukawa River, and which is linked to a modern building by a wide wood deck. This is Tonbo-no-yu's hot spring village offering 14 unique shops and restaurants.

Mina Mina Beach

Mina Mina Beach

Play with large waves in Japan's best
wave pool located in Hokkaido.

An indoor pool surrounded completely by glass where then sun can penetrate all year round. A paradise of everlasting summer temperatures, the pool complex is kept at 30°C even when looking out onto snowy landscapes. Here you can enjoy a sense of freedom and play in the water to your heart's content. Have some active time playing in the pool, featuring a wave machine and 80m in length, the kid’s pool, and the jet spa cottage, where your face will burst into smiles that will ease your mind and soul.

Il Mare

Il Mare

Like a sea in a forest,
an all-weather pool with waves and jacuzzi.

This is a pool that can create waves and which is located in a forest in the plateau of the Yatsugatake Mountains. An oasis that shines brightly with the soft sunlight from the mountain plateau, where you can gently drift along with the waves, quench your thirst by the poolside, or enjoy a moment of relaxation in the spa. Enjoy the big waves and have endless fun until the lit-up magical night.

Ukiyu

Ukiyu

Imagine the wind blowing through the forest; the sound of a waterfall.
An open air bath floating on a lake among the shift of the four seasons.

This open air bath is the pride and joy of Aomoriya, placed in a large lake surrounded by many trees, as if it were almost floating in the water. Enjoy the colors of the maple trees, the snowy scenery, and admire the lush greenery that is reflected on the bath water's surface. This private bath, made with many Japanese cypress trees from Aomori, is highly aromatic and filled with hot spring water that feels warm and slippery to the touch, offering beautifying and relaxing properties for the skin, mind and body.

Tombo-no-Yu

Tombo-no-Yu

A famous hot spring in Karuizawa, opened in 1915
and known for its skin beautifying properties.

A relaxing hot spring available for day use, with years of history as a Hoshino hot spring. Entrust your body to this ancient bath, which has been used by the likes of famous poets Hashuku Kitahara and Akiko Yosano, and thoughts of distant moments will make their way back to you. Enjoy a moment of relaxation in this hot spring known for its skin beautifying properties.

Picchio

Picchio

Protecting and promoting nature in the forest:
Guides for living creatures in the forest.

A group of ecotourism specialists, who conduct research in Karuizawa of wild flora and fauna, carry out conservation work, as well as provide ecotours and environmental lectures. Their objective is to teach others about the fun and miraculous aspect of forests, explain how irreplaceable they are, while increasing their economic value and leaving the forests just as they are for future generations.

Urabandai Hotel

Urabandai Hotel

Gateway to Tohoku Located within the Bandai-Asahi National Park at Lake Hibara, the largest in the Tohoku highlands, this resort delights visitors with scenic hiking trails, iron-rich hot springs, and hearty breakfast and dinner buffets.

1171-1 Yudairayama, Kitashiobara-mura, Fukushima
+81-241-37-1234