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ESPACIO The Hakone Geihinkan Rin-Poh-Ki-Ryu offers you the key to a mystical journey – a place filled with healing, comfort, and joy. The concept of “Espacio”, meaning "space" or "universe" in Spanish is evident at our exclusive retreat that can be reserved for only a select few.
When you enter this space, you will see each sanctuary, adorned with artworks that illuminate the interiors like guardian deities, each with their own supply of hot spring water that has been flowing forth in Hakone for more than 700 years. ESPACIO The Hakone Geihinkan Rin-Poh-Ki-Ryu pursues the highest level of privacy for its visitors in this incredible private onsen resort.

碧 AO

AO

The site boasts a striking location, cradled inside a lush valley. Each building is built to take advantage of the unique topography. AO is decorated with karakami paper by the karakami artist Akihiko Toto, whose works are characterized by their deep blue hues. The bedroom space in AO can be divided into two separate rooms for use during your stay.

Contributing Artist: TOTO AKIHIKO

大地 DAICHI

大地DAICHI

ESPACIO The Hakone Geihinkan Rin-Poh-Ki-Ryu is a traditional inn immersed in the lush Miyanoshita landscape. In this natural sancturary, guests can reconnect with the humbling energy of mother nature.
DAICHI is a two-bedroom room that can be divided into two separate spaces. The plasterwork by plaster craftsman Shuhei Hasado is a perfect representation of the dynamic nature of the natural world.

Contributing Artist: HASADO SYUHEI

煌 KIRAMEKI

KIRAMEKI

A common feature of all guest rooms is the nod to a harmonious dialogue between various elements from around the world. Sculptor Tomoya Tachibana's work, which adorns this shimmering space, is said to emphasize a "flirtation with materials”. The works, created through a “dialogue" with hard metal, are filled with the breath of life and blend in well with the natural surroundings. KIRAMEKI also boasts a pavilion surrounding an open-air hot spring bath, and the bedroom space can be divided into two separate rooms for your preferred use.

Contributing Artist: TACHIBANA TOMOYA

絆 KIZUNA

KIZUNA

Kumiko woodworking craftsman Masanobu Shiozawa has decorated this ornate guest room with works that represent all four of the legendary deities that ESPACIO The Hakone Geihinkan Rin-Poh-Ki-Ryu is named after; the Kirin, Phoenix, Tortoise, and Dragon. The bold arrangement of kumiko woodwork on the walls of this serene space ties in perfectly with its classic Japanese exterior. KIZUNA is an idyllic one-bedroom apartment, ideal for a leisurly private stay.

Contributing Artist: SHIOZAWA MASANOBU

宙 SORA

SORA

The SORA guest room is decorated with karakami paper by Akihiko Toto, a paper artist who also designed the AO guest room. While the motif of AO is a dragon, SORA is based on the tortoise - a symbol of longevity and good fortune that eases the passage of time. The one-bedroom SORA is ideal for a private stay. Enjoy the experience of forgetting the passing of time at our exclusive residence nestled in the vallies of Hakone.

Contributing Artist: TOTO AKIHIKO

陽 HINATA

HINATA

Hakone’s Hayakawa River flows right by ESPACIO The Hakone Geihinkan Rin-Poh-Ki-Ryu. It is known as the "Dragon's Path" because of its intricate winding shape, with thick morning mist reminiscent of a "Rising Dragon”. The theme of the room HINATA is the "Blue Dragon”, which represents the local climate, created by dye artist Shigeki Fukumoto. HINATA is a one-bedroom room, ideal for a secluded private stay.

Contributing Artist: FUKUMOTO SHIGEKI

結 MUSUBI

MUSUBI

Kumiko woodworking craftsman Masanobu Shiozawa has decorated this ornate guest room with works that represent all four of the legendary deities that ESPACIO The Hakone Geihinkan Rin-Poh-Ki-Ryu is named after; the Kirin, Phoenix, Tortoise, and Dragon. Just as in the KIZUNA guest room, MUSUBI utilizes Shiozawa’s talents with a combination of textured wall surfaces and traditional craftsmanship to create an elegant atmosphere. MUSUBI is a one-bedroom room, ideal for a private stay. It is the only guest room that is barrier-free.

Contributing Artist: SHIOZAWA MASANOBU

匠 TAKUMI

TAKUMI

TAKUMI is our flagship guest room at ESPACIO The Hakone Geihinkan Rin-Poh-Ki-Ryu. This architectural triumph is composed of three levels, boldly taking advantage of the sloping terrain at the bottom of the valley, and is decorated with works by seven artists including Hiroto Rakusho. Art, master craftsmanship, and the wonders of space are harmoniously woven into every inch of the space in TAKUMI. In addition to indoor and outdoor baths and a swimming pool, TAKUMI also boasts a hot stone bath and a party room.

Contributing Artist: All Members

麗 URUWASHI

URUWASHI

Shingo Muramoto expresses the organic nature and movement of natural objects with lacquer, clay, and Japanese paper, yet keeps his artwork as glossy and light as ikebana flower arrangement. His work adorns the interior of the URUWASHI guest room. Outside, trees carpet a scenic valley – a view that can be enjoyed from the front of the room. The theme of "Ryujin" (dragon god) is used by Muramoto to create a connection between the inside and the outside of the space. URUWASHI is divided into two rooms, one with a sunken kotatsu, the other with a bed and a tea ceremony room. Both are available for use during your stay.

Contributing Artist: MURAMOTO SHINGO

Number of Rooms: 9 rooms

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