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The Ryokan Collection Welcomes a New Member
- The Hiramatsu Hotels & Resorts Atami
The Ryokan Collection is delighted to introduce a new member ryokan, The Hiramatsu Hotels & Resorts Atami located in Shizuoka Prefecture, a short trip by train from Tokyo. The Hiramatsu Hotels & Resorts Atami is the second ryokan to be opened by The Hiramatsu Hotels & Resorts in October 2016, a newly launched brand by one of Japan's leading fine dining restaurant groups, Hiramatsu Inc., which currently manages 33 restaurants in Japan and Paris.
With a focus on dining and art, The Hiramatsu Hotels & Resorts Atami is a ryokan with a modern edge, and offers an appealing destination for discerning travellers. Both the art and the architecture express the fusion of East and West, Japanese and European - fantastic paintings by surrealist Joan Miro and landscape painter Tamoko Kataoka grace many of the walls, and numerous works of shodo calligraphy by Yuichi Inoue provide both traditional sensibility and modern dynamism.The building itself was built around a traditional besso, or country villa, slightly modernized but with its beautiful architectural lines and gorgeous interior maintained. The result is a lovely and practical blend of luxurious tradition and innovative modern design that make staying at the Hiramatsu Hotels & Resorts Atami an exceptional ryokan experience.

Ryokan Experience
Chef Katsuya Miura who led restauraunt Paul Bocuse Daimaru Tokyo as the head chef works culinary magic with the local seafood and produce, artfully producing a distinctive fusion of French and Japanese sensibilities that has won him fans among Hiramatsu's legions of loyal customers.

Onsen Hot Spring
Atami boasts quality onsen hot spring water, which flows continuously, as it is the natural output from the famous Atami source. Rejuvenate in in-room and rotemburo open-air hot spring bathtub with breath-taking views over the bay enjoyed by people since the 8th century.

Architecture & Art
Award winning architect Yasumichi Morita designed the ryokan around an existing besso, or country villa, built 40 years ago by master Sukiya Zukuri traditional residential architecture builder Koichi Kinoshita. The ryokan's rooms and Japanese–style suites boast dynamic shodo characters by renowned calligrapher Yuichi Inoue.
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