This ryokan has a blended look and feel, with some super-traditional rooms alongside some more contemporary ones with international-style amenities. We particularly like those that feature an ‘irori’ – a traditional Japanese sunken fireplace.
There are small shared hot spring pools, though no private ones, so it's a traditional 'no bathing suits' situation if you want to use them. Enjoy complimentary coffee and bike hire, and experience multi-course kaiseki dining.
Leisure: shared onsen pool, kaiseki dining, bike hire
Rooms: 18 rooms & suites
Wander along the ancient trails of Kumano Kodo and its spiritual shrines, enjoying the peaceful, and enchanting surroundings as well as taking in the hospitality of local families along the way.