Since its founding in 1911, many politicians and nation wide famous writers stayed at this traditional ryokan. Closing its doors in 1995, it was remodelled and modernised and serves again as a ryokan and sightseeing spot.
|business hours||check-in time from 15:00 , check-out time 11:00|
|parking space||available free 2|
|admission fee||1 night: 21,600 yen facility cost + 5,400 yen per person, Room capacity 2 persons to 10 persons ※ (contact required in case of a larger group)|
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