KAI Tsugaru
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KAI Tsugaru: Unrivaled Hospitality in the Heart of Northern Japan

KAI is a collection of ryokan, traditional Japanese inns, all with fewer than 50 rooms, that boast soothing hot springs and Japanese-style interiors. Enter an authentic world of ryokan and experience the spirit of this country’s omotenashi or traditional hospitality.

KAI Tsugaru overlooks Mt. Iwaki, known as the Mt. Fuji of Tsugaru, and is surrounded by bountiful nature, including Fuji Apple orchards. Guests are greeted by dynamic scenery that changes with the seasons, along with soulful sound of the Tsugaru Jyamisen, a live music played with local traditional three-stringed guitars in our lobby.

Luxury & Comfort

Five room types to fit your style, mood and number of guests. The perfect blend of modernism and tradition.

Five types of rooms to fit your style, mood, and number of guests. The perfect blend of modernism and tradition.

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Fantastic Flavors

Fresh local catch and delicacies such as fish roe and Ooma Tuna  are featured as the main dish.

Fresh local catch and delicacies such as fish roe and Ooma Tuna are featured as main dishes.

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  • Q: Can children stay as guests?
  • A: Yes.  Dining and other requirements such as special bedding will be charged separately.Please make inquiry at info@kai-tsugaru.jp about further details of children's charge. 
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Join our Tsugaru Jyamisen Guitar Workshop and get to know the shamisen, a unique lute-like Japanese instrument. Read more

Join our Tsugaru Jyamisen Guitar Workshop and get to know the shamisen, a unique lute-like Japanese instrument.

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