Located on the top floor (6th), this exclusively non-smoking, Japanese-style suite provides the finest, most authentic atmosphere. There are two rooms laid with tatami mats which are divided by the papered sliding doors, making this suite ideal for a family who needs an extra room.
The maximum occupancy is five adult guests.
At night, the low tables are removed and traditional futons, a Japanese-style bedding, are laid in their places, allowing the guests to experience Japanese tradition as they rest for the night.
The basic plan is half board, meaning your stay comes with both dinner and breakfast. More than anything else it is half board plan that makes ryokan a truly traditional Japanese inn.
Furthermore, unlike the conventional hotels, your room comes with your own personal guest attendant, who will not only serve you ryokan's specialty dinner dishes dish by dish in your room, but can be fully counted upon to make your stay as comfortable as possible.
For more details please take the time to read our website page "Why Stay at a Ryokan?" and learn more about the critical difference between staying at a ryokan and a hotel.
If you would like to stay with us more than one night, our chef will make certain that your menu will be entirely different from the first night to the next or you may be inclined to upgrade your dinner for extra fees to our Hida Beef specialties instead (2-day advance notice required).