Visited on a Saturday after work. In summary, this is a modern onsen hotel without the traditional Japanese Ryokan goodies and services but can be a good visit for a short getaway weekend out of Tokyo into the rural area.
The place is quite new and apparently was (renamed?) opened in 2015. The entrance is small but once inside, the lounge area is spacious and warming.
The Japanese style room is clean and spacious but you won't find the traditional services where they serve you Japanese sweets and tea. The place can be very comfortable for a group of 4-6.
The onsen area was under renovation and the water was mildly warm, not exactly my preference as I prefer my onsen to be quite hot. Again the dress area was simple with all the amenities that you can find in an onsen hotel.
The food was excellent so are the services. The seafood French course was both attractive and delicious as you can see from the photos.
The location is a bit distant from Tokyo so not as convenient but if closer I'd definitely be back.More
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