This is a pretty standard Japanese business hotel, but the rooms are a bit bigger than you'd find in a big city like Tokyo. Like all business hotels, service is quick and efficient. But since you're well outside of American tourist areas, don't expect anyone you find will speak any more English than you speak Japanese.
Amenities are standard too: toothbrush, small towel, on-the-wall shampoo and body wash (no conditioner here, ladies and no bar soap either), teapot, mini fridge, cotton yukatta (robe), slippers, and a built-in blow dryer. No irons and no laundry service, so don't bother asking (there are some laundromats within about 10min walk you can inquire about).
Breakfast tickets are available from the front desk in 2 varieties; Japanese sytle and Western style. These meals are optional and have an additional cost, and you have to get a new ticket everyday. Breakfast is from 7-9 and served on the main floor Ageri restaurant. Be warned the Japanese breakfasts sell... More