Our twelve styles of rooms offer detailed differences in design.

Please choose your favorite!

Perhaps the greatest pleasure of staying at a ryokan is passing time in your gorgeous room. The artistic Japanese architecture creates a entrancing ambiance with its mixture of surfaces, patterns and the aroma of wood and tatami. Tatami mats also purify the air and enhance relaxation.

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Hill view deluxe room

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Traditional formal style

This room is on the upper floor and accessible by stairs only.

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Old folk house style

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  • This room is on the upper floor and accessible by stairs only.

  • Guests with children under twelve years old are asked to choose the above "Traditional formal" rooms.   

Fusion style

(With open-air 'roten-buro' bath except for Sakura room)

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  • Guests with children under twelve years old are asked to choose the above "Traditional formal" rooms.   

Details of each room

Hill view deluxe room : Asunaro

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Max. 5 guests.

This room has a view of Wakakusayama and features wood trimming of Aomori cypress. The bathtub also is made from cypress wood.

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Traditional formal : Akebono

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Max. 6 guests.

This large room has a rare "funazoko," or "boat-bottom" shaped ceiling.

 

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Traditional formal : Kaede

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Max. 5 guests.

This formal style room has a very nostalgic and calm tone as you would find in an actual old Japanese residence.

 

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Traditional formal : Satsuki

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Max. 5 guests.

The "misu" design of this room's ceiling, patterned on holy bamboo blinds often furnished in shrines, adds a sacred ambiance to this room.

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Traditional formal : Kiku

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Max. 4 guests.

Nara park forest views from two windows are like gorgeous paintings that will surely make your stay unforgettable.

 

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Traditional formal : Sasa

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Max. 3 guests.

The room is designed by Yoshihiko Mamiya, a spatial designer. 

Indirect lighting on the ceiling gives the room a very modern appeal.

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Old folkhouse style : Ayame

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Max. 5 guests.

This is the only folkhouse style room in our ryokan. It features a calm ambiance and a good view of Wakakusayama. It is on the upper floor and there accessible only by stairs.

Not available for guests with children under twelve years old.

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Fusion style : Matsu

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Max. 4 guests.

Japanese but of modern and functional appeal with separate permanent bedroom. Having private open-air bath made of hinoki-cypress overviewing little Japanese garden.  

Not available for guests with children under twelve years old.

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Fusion style : Take

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Max. 3 guests.

This is also of modern Japanese appeal, functional and welcoming with a separate bedroom. The open-air bathtub is made of "shigaraki ware." The attached wooden deck is best for relaxing after a hot bath.

Not available for guests with children under twelve years old.

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Fusion style : Ume

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Max. 4 guests.

The very calm atmosphere of this room is thanks to the tone of its  "washi" wallpaper consisting of hand-made traditional paper. There is soft illumination and wooden ceiling joists. the open-air private bathtub is made of 'Shigaraki ware".

Not available for guests with children under twelve years old.

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Traditional formal : Yamabuki

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Max. 4 guests.

Follow the cobbled path at the backyard of the main building, you will find this cottage room in silence surrounded by Nara park forest. Our Nakai-san will serve your meals. The bathtub is small, so we recommend you try the Japanese communal bath in the main building.

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Fusion style : Sakura

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Max. 5 guests.