Atami View Resort, located on a quiet hill in Atami, is a sophisticated, secluded inn with a spectacular view and limited to three guests per day.
All bathtubs are free-flowing hot-spring water, and the hot spring water is abundant and bubbling. Enjoy the view of the ocean below while soaking in the hot spring baths without worrying about anything else.
Atami hot spring is said to be one of the three major hot spring resorts in Japan.
In 491, the 4th year of the 24th Emperor Ninken, when the corpse of Keshima Hotai-kun was drowned in the sea
, boiling water spouted out of the sea and fish were burned to death, and this was called “Atsumizaki,” which is the origin of the name “Atami,” as it is said.
In the Edo period (1603-1867), Tokugawa Ieyasu had the hot water of Atami presented to Edo Castle as “Gokyuyuyu,” and the name of Atami spread throughout the country.
The water is clear and colorless, with sodium calcium chloride and sulfate hot spring water (hypotonic, slightly alkaline, high-temperature spring).
The total number of hot springs in the city is said to be over 500.
Please visit and enjoy a moment of healing in the hot water standing on the sea at Nishikigaura, a scenic spot in the historic Atami hot spring resort.
Atami Sun Beach
Atami Sun Beach is a beautiful beach located in Atami City. With its clear seawater and spacious sandy beach, visitors can enjoy swimming and water sports. There are also a variety of restaurants and souvenir shops where visitors can enjoy local seafood and local specialties of the hot spring resort.
Atami Castle is located in the lush green mountainside of Atami City, about a 15-minute walk from the resort. The castle has historical buildings and exhibits that give visitors a glimpse into samurai culture and the castle’s history. The castle tower is also known for its spectacular view of Atami city and the sea.
1993-447 Atami, Shizuoka 413-0033, Japan