20 Hours of Hospitality

20 Hours of Hospitality

“You won’t understand unless you try visiting.”
That is the true pleasure of trips, as well as their scary aspect.
We will introduce the flow of a one-night, two-meal stay from a guest's perspective
and in chronological order so that the style of staying at Senri no Kaze comes across, if only a bit.

15:00
Walk through Flower Road toward Senri no Kaze.

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Walk through "Boso Flower Road," which follows along the coast and was selected in "Nihon no Michi 100-sen" ("Selection of 100 Roads in Japan"), and there is your resort destination. The area around the hotel is a world with no connection to the bustle of private houses and the like. Only vast nature spreads out.

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At the check-in, after accepting your room key in a relaxed hotel style, you pick up items such as a yukata in your size and amenities. For women, there's even a service where you can select a colored yukata!

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15:10
You’ll want to freely enjoy the welcome drinks as well.

Welcome drinks will heal the fatigue from your long journey. At Senri no Kaze, in place of a tea service in your room, we offer a drink bar, where you can enjoy unlimited drinks of your choice, at any time! This is a very welcome perk. [At The Lounge (1F)]

16:00
Feel relaxed and carefree at Choubou Senri no Onsen.

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Our large hot spring baths boast a view of the deep blue Pacific Ocean from the southern tip of the Boso Peninsula. People strongly associate Boso with the sea, but in reality, there aren't so many baths where you can enjoy such an open view of the ocean. This is quite captivating!

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The times of availability are limited, but there is a free frozen candy service, a welcome treat for your warmed-up body after the bath!

18:00
Never has there been such a dinner!
A surprise-filled meal with” funamori, a buffet with performances, sushi, and ice cream!”

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Enter the dining area, and there is a small bar. Here, you can receive your first drink free!

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“The two-tiered funamori “(sashimi in a boat-shaped tray), a fabled specialty, makes its grand appearance!
To your surprise, it's stuffed full of local fish!

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After enjoying the appetizers and funamori, you head to the buffet corner, which is fully loaded with Tateyama ingredients! Various delicious surprises, such as the chefs' cooking performances and a wagon service, are awaiting you!

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After the meal, there are sweets—a must for the women! The rich lineup, including specialty ice cream, is great as well!

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22:00
Opens late at night!
“Good Night Ramen,” free of charge! What’s more, it’s fantastic!

On the night of your trip, even after enjoying so much food for dinner, for some reason, you feel hungry during the night. Amazingly, "Good Night Ramen," which is perfect to close out your day, can be enjoyed free of charge! The soup, which contains flying fish stock specially selected by the head chef, is incredible.

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6:30
The morning sea: going for a short walk on the beach.

In the morning at your trip destination, we recommend waking up a bit early and going for a walk on the beach. On days with good weather, you can enjoy the scenery of such locations as Mount Fuji and the island of Izu Oshima. A morning walk really brings out the deliciousness of the breakfast you will eat afterward: freshly grilled dried fish, local vegetables, and eggs.

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7:30
Moved by the Tateyama-style breakfast. Breakfast with specially selected Tateyama ingredients.

With the fattiness of the freshly grilled dried fish, the sweetness of the famous thick omelets, and the Tateyama-grown Koshihikari rice, cooked in a hearth, there is no way to complain!

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10:30
Enjoy your own time for the hot spring, selecting gifts, and so forth, and then check out.

Enjoy your own time for the hot spring, selecting gifts, and so forth, and then check out. After enjoying the relaxing time after breakfast, it's time to check out. Let's hope there's another surprise at the end.