Founded in 1868 "Island hotel with a rich history"
Iwamotoro Honkan is a Japanese hotel whose ancestor is "Iwamotoin", which is a branch temple of the Okutsu Palace at Enoshima Shrine. Since the Kamakura period, we have flourished as a hotel for generals, imperial orders and daimyo of the time. Even today, we have served patrons for forty-nine generations as "a hotel with a view of the Shonan and Enoshima seas and Mt. Fuji".
The "Iwamotoro Roman bath" and "Benten cave bath", our pride which were born in the early Showa era, are our ysterious hot spring. Sacred Mt. Fuji rises over the sparkling waves, and it coats the trip's evening sun.
When you visit Enoshima, please stay at Iwamotoro Honkan. All of our employees are waiting sincerely from the bottom of our heart.
*Unfortunately, Our staff only speaks broken English, but we sincerely welcome any guests who are interested in experiencing a stay at a traditional Japanese Hotel.