Choose one based on your preferences and purpose and then kick back and relax.
To travel is to relax, to find pleasure, to have encounters, to find healing... An open-air bath with water supplied by Shiratama no Yu allows you to feel the wind and seasonal air. Meals feature generous portions of fresh seafood and vegetables. Enjoy the four seasons of Echigo to your heart’s content.
Go through the grand gate, climb to the top of the small hill, and when you set foot inside the inn, you’ll see a nearly 20,000m2 garden that changes with the seasons beyond the lobby. At the large communal bath, you can relax and enjoy the beneficial water of Shiratama no Yu in one of the different sections, including a Noh theatre-themed cypress bath and an open-air bath surrounded by rocks.
All 20 guest rooms in this annex of Kahou are suites. This luxury inn offers both the functionality and privacy of a hotel and the hospitality of an old Japanese inn.
The motto at this inn is warm and friendly service. The natural hospitality and casual atmosphere make it popular with guests.
When you pass through the narrow hallway after going through the entrance and lobby, you’ll come upon a beautiful garden that exudes Japanese elegance. The inn’s dedication to hospitality can be seen in the seasonal dishes, open-air bath and relaxing guest rooms.
Enjoy the hot spring to your heart’s content with a communal bath, open-air bath and barrier-free chartered bath with a garden. The head chef uses choice local ingredients to prepare elaborate, seasonal first-class Japanese dinners.
The interior was fully renovated in 2018. There are five types of guest rooms to choose from depending on usage. Enjoy freshly cooked meals at two restaurants. The four different-themed open-air baths offer a view of the garden and are supplied by the famous Tsukioka no Yu hot spring.
An authentic, wood-constructed Japanese inn. In the garden you can watch birds dancing and hear the rustling of trees. The traditional multi-course meals are made to order.
The appearance is influenced by the style of tea-ceremony houses, creating a tranquil atmosphere, and all guest rooms have a view of the garden. Meals are served in the room at this seasonal, choice and sophisticated inn.
There are 12 bathtubs in four large communal baths (men and women separate), and six of them are open-air baths. Two saunas and luxurious baths. The six open-air baths have stone statues of servant boys, making it fun to explore each one.
This inn is popular for the kaiseki-style meals made with seasonal ingredients that change monthly. There are also various options to choose from, including two chartered open-air baths and four different guest rooms with open-air baths.
This small inn has 10 Japanese-style rooms and prides itself in the family-like service. Guests traveling in small numbers can have their meals served in their room.
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