When it comes down to options of staying at a Ryokan, there are many options on the Izu Peninsula, let alone, the town of Higashiizu.

Here are some of the places I have had affiliations with, so it is not necessarily recommendations based on preferences and likings but rather the ones I have visited. (Either a friend or an affiliate had a chance to stay at one of these accommodations)

熱川荘 starting from 6480yen per person http://www.ataso1.yad.jp/index.html
– a very “showa” taste, humble accommodation. Atagawa is filled with public onsen so you can buy a seperate ticket for ¥1,200 (3 tickets) and you can visit any of one of the 17 onsens located in the nearby hotels. http://www.atagawa.net/yumeguri.html

いさり火 starting from 31400yen per room http://www.isaribi.co.jp/eng/index.html
-private rooms with nice view in a very quite setting.

銀水荘 starting from around 10,000 yen per person http://www.inatori-ginsuiso.jp/
– national award winning ryokan-style hotel. Has gorgeous baths that fit many people.

If you type in specific areas such as “Inatori” and “Atagawa” you will have a variety of recommendations.
Our town name is called “Higashiizucho (or just HIgashiizu) ”.
If you can put this in the search, you will most likely find an accommodation too!

https://travel.rakuten.com/hotellist/Japan-Shizuoka_Prefecture-Higashiizu?adults=2&limit=20&offset=0&rooms=1

Hope this helps. Please ask if you have any more questions!
Rob

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