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Kyoto-Style Cuisine

Kyoto-style Seafood Cuisine. The hotel owner personally goes to the fish market every morning to purchase the freshest fish available. During the months of spring and fall the landlady enjoys gathering edible wild plants and mushrooms which are served to guests on occasion.
Enjoy our carefully prepared cuisine while relaxing in the comfort of your room.

Cuisine

Fresh fish from the Sea of Japan is the main feature of our menu. Dinner starts with an aperitif of rice wine and appetizers followed by a further nine dishes.
If seasonal specialties are served, a surcharge of 3,240 yen will be added to room rates.

Cuisine

Reserved Open-air Bath and Public Bath

Introducing Our Reserved Open-Air Bath

The maximum number of bathers is 4.
The bath is open between 7:00am and 22:00pm.

Free of Charge.

Introducing Our Public Bath

The maximum number of bathers is 10.The public bath is open 24 hours a day.
Free of Charge.

Healing Virtues of the Spring Water
Characteristics and Ingredients of the Water:cold mineral spring water including sulfur, potassium and chlorides.
Healing Virtues of the Water: reduction of sensitivity to the cold, recovery from fatigue, removal of neuralgia and muscle pain.

Reserved Open-air Bath and Public Bath

Rooms

Rooms with
an Open-air Bath

Rooms with an Open-air Bath
A room that includes a tea room for practicing Japanese tea ceremony is also available.

Rooms with an Open-air Bath

Special
Japanese-style Rooms

Feel the burdens of fatigue disappear as you relax and unwind in these spacious Japanese-style rooms. All of these rooms are equipped with private bathtubs and toilets.

Special Japanese-style Rooms

Standard
Japanese-style Rooms

Whether you enjoy some quiet time reading a favorite book or engaging in interesting conversation please feel free to enjoy your time with us as you choose.

Standard Japanese-style Rooms

Rooms with Bed

Two semi-double beds are installed.
For 3 people or more, you can use a futon and use up to 7 people.

Rooms with Bed

Group Rooms

These rooms are for groups of visitors. The rooms are large so your group can really feel relaxed after a busy day of traveling.

Group Rooms

Facilities and Services

Outline of Facilities

The Total Number of Guests that Can Be Accommodated: 91
Total Number of Rooms: 15
Banquet hall: “Ohmori,” a large banquet hall with an area of 70 tatami-mats (can be divided into 2 rooms).
“Hatsune (The First Birdsong of the New Year),” a medium sized banquet hall with an area of 30 tatami-mats.
Baths: A public bath for men/a public bath for women/a reserved bath

Check-in and Check-out Times

Check-in Time 15:00 p.m. Check-out Time 10:00 a.m.

Meals

Non-group Guests: Breakfast is served in the restaurant and dinner is served in guest rooms.
Group Guests: Breakfast and dinner are served in guest rooms or in the banquet hall (reserved).

Access

By Train

8 minutes from Yahiko Station by foot.
Tokyo to Tsubamesanjo (approximately 2 hours by Shinkansen bullet train).
Approximately 300 km (or 4 hours) from Tokyo.
Approximately 180 km (or 4 hours) from Nagano.
Approximately 300 km (or 6 hours) from Kanazawa.
Approximately 20 minutes from Tsubamesanjo Station on the Yahiko Line.

By Car

8 minutes from Yahiko Station by foot.
Tokyo to Tsubamesanjo (approximately 2 hours by Shinkansen bullet train).
Approximately 300 km (or 4 hours) from Tokyo.
Approximately 180 km (or 4 hours) from Nagano.
Approximately 300 km (or 6 hours) from Kanazawa.
Approximately 20 minutes from Tsubamesanjo Station on the Yahiko Line.

Room Rate and Reservains

Surcharges

*3,240 yen will be added to the room rate if seasonal specialties are served. (Special Meals)
*2,160 yen will be added to the room rate at the beginning and end of the year, during Golden Week Holidays (late April to early May), and the Obon Festival Holidays (in mid-summer).
1,080 yen will be added to the room rate the night before a holiday and during the summer vacation.
*A bath tax is charged (150 yen for hotel guests; 60 yen for visitors)

For Children

Rates for Children (junior high school students and above will be charged the same room rate as adults.)
Option A for Children: Including meals and bedding--- 70% of the adult room rate.
Option B for Children: Including a Japanese-Style children’s meal and bedding--- 6,480 yen.
Option C for Children: Bedding only---2,160 yen.
Option C for Children: Japanese-style children’s meal only---3,240 yen.
Option D for Children: No meals and no bedding --- free

Please take into consideration that as there can be differences among children, rates might not be based solely on your child’s age.

Services for Children

Yukatas (traditional Japanese clothes for summer), bed-wetting sheets, garbage bags for diapers, cooling gel, thermometers, plasters, tableware are provided for children.
The above items have been prepared for your use, so please inform us if and when you need to use them. Children’s books can be found on the bookshelf in the lobby.
And please feel free to ask us to warm up milk or baby food for you.