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    We stand where
    your trip becomes a journey.

    Established in December 2019, hotel H2 is a new type of hotel willing to perpetuate the spirit of the traditional Japanese lodgings for travelers – the Edo period inns called Hatago.
    Our hotel is located in Nagasaki, a city with a long history of hospitality and cultural exchanges, which was the only port in Japan to be opened to foreign countries during the isolationist Edo period. A city which grew from the mix of cultures of its long journey travelers while keeping its local roots.
    With the same idea, from the two words Hotel and Hatago was born H2, a place where the traditional - wa, with its welcoming Japanese warmth, meets modern and minimalist functionalities. We aim to become a modern-day Hatago, where world travelers and business persons can meet.

    Providing you with a space that meets the various purposes of your trip. Making sure that our staff check you in and out smoothly with a genuine smile. Being your Mary Poppins who takes everything you need out of her bag.
    As hotel H2, we want to be here for your even smallest request.

    Let us be part of your trip memories – this, is the modest wish we carry.


    Discover our 和 wa-modern

    A relaxing lobby, where travelers and business people can meet, with a firepit and Japanese patio. Minimalist rooms that provide functionnality and comfort in the most compact, practical way.
    A soothing public bath -onsen- located on the top floor, to enjoy the night skyline.
    A concierge who knows everything about and around Nagasaki – ask us anything from the area’s best restaurants to world-heritage sites - or even the recipe to the famous sponge cake castella.

    The meaning behind our logo:
    The word Hatago comes from the two words “travel” and “basket”. Our logo design is meant to look like a woven bamboo basket, forming a hexagon – a shape that is said to ward off evils. It symbolizes our hope to keep misfortune away from travelers, wishing them safety.