We are pleased to present the following hotels and pensions (pensions are generally smaller Inns and/or lodges) that share the philosophy of Eroica Japan.
The hotels and pensions must be contacted directly in order to make a reservation. You may find more information about a hotel or pension by contacting them via telephone or through their home page. The hotels and pensions may or may not have a home page where a language choice can be selected to view their website. If you would like more information about a particular hotel or pension that does not offer another language on their website please contact the office at e.hasegawa@eterni.net. The following hotels and pensions have accepted the following conditions:
  • Offer a pickup service for the dinner on May 19, 2018, held at the Tengu-yama Rest House;
  • Permission to bring bicycles to the room, or they will provide management and secure storage at their location.
  • They offer a lodging plan with (price will reflect the plan chosen) only breakfast or without meals (normally dinner is included).
The following is a description of the various Japanese words that are commonly used in our translated sentences.
Onsen - Hot springs.
Pension - A smaller inn, travelers lodge or B&B.
Yubatake - The city center of Kusatsu.
The word Yubatake means unique wooden box structure. This structure was built to capture the minerals from the water, as it runs through the boxes. The minerals are then dried and sold to the tourists so that they can take the minerals home and use in their baths at home.
Yubatake Source - The water comes from the main source of hot, natural, mineral rich water.
Ryokan - Traditional Japanese Inn. The rooms typically have Tatami straw mats and the bedding (futon) is pulled out at night and laid on the floor.
Kaiseki - Gourmet dinner, consists of many small portions that typically features the areas seasonal vegetables, fish, and meats.

Kusatsu Onsen Area Hotels and Pensions

お宿ゆきずみ
Yukizumi
Kusatsu Onsen "Yukizumi" is a brand new B&B type accommodation. It is located near the Kusatsu Onsen Bus terminal and is a 2 minute walk to the Yubatake.
The location is a perfect starting point for your sightseeing adventures. The water used to fill their spa, is from the Yubatake, along with the minerals that have been collected from the Yubatake source, are used in their indoor spa. Enjoy your stay in the beautiful town of Kusatsu Onsen!
Address:
39-12Kusatsu Oaza Kusatsu-machi Agatsuma-gun Gunma 377-1711
TEL 0279-88-3481
Check in    from 15:00
Check out    until 10:00 a.m.
http://www.yukizumi.jp/

菊水荘 草津温泉
Kikusuisou
Relax in the indoor spa after a day of sightseeing. The water used to fill their spa, is from the Yubatake, along with the minerals that have been collected from the Yubatake source, are used in their indoor spa. The quality and mild acidity, ph 2.1, of the Kusatsu hot spring water is wonderful, for the health of your skin. The spa water temperature and changes colors with the seasons and the weather. Enjoy your stay at the Kikusuisou Hot Springs.
Address:
213 Kusatsu Kusatsu-machi Agatsuma-gun Gunma 377-1711
TEL 0279-88-2086
FAX 0279-88-1086
Check in from 15:00 to 17:00
Check out until 10:00 a.m.
http://kikusuisou.com/

草津ホテル
Kusatsu Hotel
Kusatsu Hotel was built during the Taisho era (1912 - 1926) as a Western style hotel. Many foreign guests visited Kusatsu during the Meiji era due to Dr. Erwin Bälz (1849 - 1913), a German physician who had a major influence on the development of medical science in Japan. He praised the medical benefits of hot-spring water from the Kusatsu Onsen resort.
In 1952 the hotel was restored in the traditional Japanese style as a Ryokan however, the name remained “Kusatsu Hotel”. The hotel maintains the elegance and hospitality of the Taisho Era even today.
The purely Japanese style rooms are made with traditional techniques of Japanese architecture. The hotel offers in room private dining and several Kaiseki dinners options. Relax with your friends in the covered, outside foot bath and enjoy the free coffee.
Address:
479 Kusatsu Kusatsu-machi Agatsuma-gun Gunma 377-1711
TEL 0279-88-5011
Check in from 14:00 to 18:00
Check out until 10:00 a.m.
http://www.kusatsuhotel.com/

草津スカイホテル、エロイカ ジャパン
Kusatsu Sky Land Hotel
Relax in one of either of our indoor or outdoor baths or reserve one of the private baths.
The hotel offers several Kaiseki dinner plans to choose from, in addition there is an onsite gift shop and karaoke. The hot spring water is 100% direct from the source. There is a barrier free, flat finish floor for guests with disabilities.
Address:
530-3 Kusatsu Kusatsu-machi Agatsuma-gun Gunma 377-1711
TEL 0279-88-5050
Check in from 14:00
Check out until 10:00 a.m.
http://skylandhotel.jp/

ホテル草津ナウ エロイカ
Kusatsu Now Resort
The Kusatsu Now Resort is approximately 5 minutes by car from the Yubatake. Relax in the open air hot spring where you can enjoy the fresh air of the plateau and the four seasons of the surrounding Bälz Forest. Their amenities also include an indoor spa, jacuzzi and sauna.
Address:
750 Kusatsu Oaza Kusatsu-machi Agatsuma-gun Gunma 377-1711
TEL 0279-88-5111
Check in from 15:00 to 20:00
Check out until 11:00 a.m.
English site: https://www.booking.com/hotel/jp/kusatsu-now-resort.html

小島屋旅館 エロイカ ジャパン
Kojimaya
Welcome to Kojimaya. Enjoy a relaxing soak in our natural rock spa. The minerals from the Yubatake source are used in our hot spring spa. These minerals are gentle on the skin. We are proud to offer home cooked meals to our guests. Here, at Kojimaya you can relax both mind and body after a long day.
Address:
344 Kusatsu Oaza Kusatsu-machi Agatsuma-gun Gunma 377-1711
TEL 0279-88-2128
FAX 0279-88-8373
Check in from 14:00
Check out until 10:00
http://www.kusatsu.org/kojimaya/

ペンション陽のあたる場所 エロイカ ジャパン
Pension Hi no Ataru Basho (Place Where The Sun Shines)
Welcome to the pension,“Place Where The Sun Shines” located in Kusatsu. The pension is popular with both couples and families. The spa is open 24/7 with a key that is provided upon check-in. Western style dinner and for breakfast with homemade breads and coffee.
There are a variety of plans and packages available to chose from, to suit your travel needs.
 Address:
760-5 Kusatsu-machi Agatsuma-gun Gunma 377-1711
TEL 0279-88-6650
FAX 0279-80-4115
Email sun@kusatsu.org
Check in from 15:00
Check out until 10:00
http://www.kusatsu.org/sun/

ベルグランド エロイカジャパン
Bergland
Welcome to the Bergland. Pension Bergland is located a short distance away from the town of Kusatsu Onsen on Scriver Street. Relax after a long day of sightseeing in either our outdoor or indoor hot spring spa. The water source for this spa comes from the Bandaiko which is known for its high temperature. It is over 90 degrees Celsius.
Address:
464-1075 Kusatsu Kusatsu-machi Agatsuma-gun Gunma 377-1711
TEL 0279-88-3953
Check in from 15:00
Check out until 10:00
http://www.bergland.jp/

ホテルヴィレッジ エロイカジャパン
Hotel Village
Welcome to the Hotel Village near the town of Kusatsu Onsen. The hotel is located 1,200 meters above sea level and offer variety of amenities to the guests such golf, billiards, tennis and a swimming pool just to name a few. Relax in one of the indoor spas or out in the open air spa. The hotel offers an aromatherapy spa as well as massage treatments.
Address:
618 Kusatsu Oaza Kusatsu-machi Agatsuma-gun Gunma 377-1711
TEL 0279-88-3232
FAX 0279-88-4513
Check in from 15:00
Check out until 12:00

綿貫ペンション 草津 エロイカジャパン
Watanuki Pension
The Watanuki Pension is Japan’s first pension, it was opened in 1969. The meals created in the restaurant that operates within the Pension are provided by our own Chef who has spent 3 years studying in Italy and France. The pension provides cuisine that utilizes in-season ingredients such as wild plants in the spring and wild game in the winter.
* You can dine here even if you are not lodging.
Address:
557-11 Kusatsu-machi Agatsuma-gun Gunma 377-1711
TEL 0279-88-3509
Check in from 14:00 to 17:00
Check out until 10:00 a.m.
English site: https://watapen.com/en/

In addition to Kusatsu Onsen, there are many accommodation facilities in Tsumagoi village, Kita Karuizawa, Nakanojo, and Shima Onsen.

Distance from Kusatsu Onsen by car
Tsumagoi Village: 17 km
North Karuizawa: 23 km
Naranjo: 36 km
Shima Onsen: 40 k

     
     

         
   

               





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