Overnight in Ishikawa: Traditional Ryokan & Kaiseki Dinner

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Experience Details
Experience Location
2 days
Number of Guests
1 - 4 guests
With sake
Unwind at a traditional ryokan in Ishikawa! Stay overnight in a private room with a hot spring bath, enjoy a kaiseki dinner & breakfast, relax in Awazu Onsen, & learn the art of Shakyo script-writing.
This private experience includes a 1-night stay at Hoshi Ryokan
Wander through a beautiful Japanese garden on the ryokan grounds
You’ll have access to Awazu Onsen (free of charge) as part of this experience
Enjoy a seasonal kaiseki dinner and breakfast served to your room
Learn the ancient art of Shakyo (meditative script writing)
For each guest that attends this experience, byFood will donate
10 meals
Experience Details
Relax and unwind at a traditional Japanese ryokan in Ishikawa Prefecture! Enjoy a one-night stay in a private room with a hot spring bath, dine on a luxurious kaiseki dinner and seasonal breakfast, soak in Awazu Onsen, and learn the art of Shakyo (a meditative script-writing practice). Itinerary: One-night stay at Hoshi Ryokan in the Enmeikaku Room (this room is unavailable due to the impact of the 2024 Noto Peninsula Earthquake. Please select another room from the Options. We apologize for the inconvenience.) Access to Awazu Onsen Kaiseki dinner and seasonal Japanese breakfast Shakyo (meditative script writing) class Overnight Stay in Hoshi Ryokan: Hoshi Ryokan in Ishikawa Prefecture is one of Japan's oldest and most revered traditional inns. Founded in 718, it boasts a remarkable legacy spanning over 1,300 years. As part of this unique experience, you’ll be dwelling overnight in the same room once frequented by the Japanese Imperial Family (the Enmeikaku Room, currently unavailable). This room sits in the middle of a Japanese garden, surrounded by greenery and lush views, and with a private hot spring bath for you to soak in! Unwind in Awazu Onsen: Awazu Onsen, the Ryokan's hot spring facility, plays a central role in Hoshi Ryokan's charm. As a guest of Hoshi Ryokan, you can unwind in the therapeutic waters nearby free of charge. Enjoy a Kaiseki Dinner and Traditional Japanese Breakfast: A seasonal kaiseki dinner will be served in your room on the first night, followed by a traditional Japanese breakfast the following morning. These meals will showcase the finest local and seasonal ingredients, harmonizing flavors, textures, and presentation. Learn the Art of Shakyo: Shakyo, also known as "sutra copying" or "hand-copying sutras," is a traditional Buddhist practice where individuals transcribe sacred Buddhist texts by hand. This practice is considered a form of meditation, devotional activity, and a means of accumulating merit in various Buddhist traditions.
1-night stay in a private room at Hoshi Ryokan
Complimentary access to Awazu Onsen
Shakyo script-writing class
Kaiseki dinner
Japanese breakfast
Transportation to/from the meeting point
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
Houshi Ryokan: 〒923-0326 Ishikawa, Komatsu, Awazumachi, Wa−46 Japanese address: 〒923-0326 石川県小松市粟津町ワ46
Please note that the Enmeikaku room is unavailable due to the effect of the 2024 Noto Peninsula Earthquake. Please select another room from the Options menu.
The hotel restaurant cannot accommodate dietary restrictions.
All rooms in the hotel are non-smoking.
The hotel is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.
Cancellation Policy
Cancel your booking at least 1 week before the experience start time to receive a full refund minus a 3.2% transaction fee.
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Experience Location

Stretching alongside the Sea of Japan, the coastal prefecture of Ishikawa boasts some dramatically diverse scenery ranging from rugged coastlines to untouched mountain backdrops, offering the freshest seafood and colorful locally-grown produce, harvested from rural areas.
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Earliest available date: April 23, 2024
¥ 19,663
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Please note that the time is in Japan Standard Time.
Free cancellation (1 week notice)
For each guest that attends this experience, byFood will donate
10 meals