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Our hotel presents a total of 19 rooms of various styles. The decoration and furniture of each room is unique. From floor to ceiling, the decor and furniture are all totally coordinated. We make every effort to make our rooms as comfortable as possible so you can you can enjoy your stay to the full. The furniture is inspired by Japanese antiques, and antiques from the period of Li Dynasty and Ming Dynasty also appear in our rooms. The walls are painted with Japanese traditional plastering materials. The walls are also decorated with Japanese traditional paper, the texture of which gradually increases with time; its permeability is said to be good for people's health! Our rooms have a distinct air of nostalgia. Spending time here can make life feel more meaningful. All the rooms are named after writers, poets and artists with some indelible connection to Otaru.
First of all, the main picture used to present the hotel does not give justice to the place.
This is a big marketing mistake from TripAdvisor and / or the management team.
Seriously, this is a designer / high end hotel, the picture used is...More
Everything very professional. Greeted with a tea and hot towel. I was given a tour of the place. I took advantage of all the things. Wish I spent more than one night. Great food, drinks included, music library.
Stayed @ Kuramure few years ago but this is still the ryokan offers best Kaiseki Cuisine I have ever had, among all other Japanese resort I visited. The quality of the food product, the way they served the dishes definitely worths with it price.
Designed by the same architect of Bourou Noguchi Noboribetsu, another superb Ryokan in Hokkaido. Meal service is perfect, free flow of drinks in bar and during meals is a nice touch.
Will definitely come back again.
One of the best Ryokan I have ever stayed in Japan. Period.
Designed by famous Hokkaido architect Nakayama, from the outside, it is completely understated, once you crossed the entrance threshold, you are transformed into a world of quiet elegance and zen.
Guests are first...More