Older style hotel, with a newish-looking section that has separate mini-houses. We were in the old section. A very nice room.
Food was fantastic - mountain style kaiseki, so it depended on the skill of the chef much more than seafood-heavy ones. And they did very well indeed. Yuba sashimi, soymilk meat and fish hotpot, and sweet potato rice, were particularly good. We had dinner in our room, but the service was a bit rushed. Very friendly and helpful host.
Baths were nice - 2 baths each for men and women, at different temperatures.
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking