One of the largest city hotels in the northern Kanto region
Hotel Higashinihon Utsunomiya
- Eight, including a Japanese restaurant, a Western restaurant, and a Chinese restaurant
- Banquet halls:
- Sixteen banquet halls, large, medium and small-sized available
This hotel was the second in the Hotel Higashinihon Group. Located near the Tokyo metropolitan area, we host a large number of business guests from foreign companies using our hotel as the base for their business activities. Rather than being located in the city center, the hotel is favorably situated in a quiet suburban area just outside of the city, making it an ideal place for both business and pleasure.
There are a total of 115 rooms, including the suites. All rooms have been designed with soft-colored interiors and a full range of amenities to ensure the utmost comfort during your stay. Free internet access is available in all rooms.
The first floor and the tenth floor are dedicated to your dining experience. There are eight restaurants and bars, each offering a unique and sophisticated specialty cuisine, including Japanese, French, and Chinese. The view from the top floor at night is simply breathtaking. There are also gardens and patios on the first floor.
In addition to a beauty salon, we also offer many shops and services that are popular among our female guests, including a day spa, nail salon, a flower shop, and a souvenir shop. Be sure to take advantage of our shops and services during your stay!
Surrounding Facilities and Activites
Nikko’s Tosho-gu was built in 1617 to enshrine the founder of the Tokugawa Shogunate, Tokugawa Ieyasu. Lord Ieyasu was born on December 26th 1542 in Okazaki Castle in Mikawa Province (present day Aichi prefecture.) He created the feudal shogunate system and suppressed the turbulent warring period that had plagued the country since his infancy. After establishing order and discipline in the country, he revitalized education and industry, creating the foundation for the 260 years of peace during the Edo period, and made great contributions to the modernization of Japan.
Tochigi Prefecture numbers around 140 golf courses, the fourth most nationally. Southern Tochigi is only an hour away from the Tokyo area using the Tohoku Expressway. This ease of access led to the creation of many golf courses during the bubble economy period. This region, known as “Golf Ginza,” has become somewhat saturated, but this means that you can enjoy golf there at a bargain price.
Sano Outlet Mall, the Kanto region’s largest outlet center, contains over 180 shops selling high quality domestic and international brands. Come enjoy our outlets in a lush environment reminiscent of the American East Coast, while admiring views of Mount Mikamo to the east. You can also visit the Loco themed Nasu Outlet Mall.
Kinugawa Hot Springs
Looking down from the inns, one can see the beautiful scenery of the hot springs resorts pinched between the sides of the Kinugawa river gorge. There are many sayings showcasing the quality of the water, such as for Kawaji hot springs in the northern area: “Kawaji is for wounds, Taki is for burns,” with Taki referring to the present day Kinugawa Hot Springs. Their numerous charming facilities and leisure opportunities will keep you and your family or group busy in the summer.