A ryokan is a guest-house. The rooms are not so many. I travelled single with a group and had to share a room with one from the group.
Often ryokans have a hot spring bath and also a tub and this place was no exception. The hospitality was very fine. The breakfasts and dinners are exceptionally and really a treat. You eat at the floor and sit on a special kind of chairs without any legs placed on the mat floor and no ordinary big tables.
You also sleep on the floor on cushion mats.
Notice! It is not good for people with troubles of getting up and down from the floor.More