At the front entrance was a quaint, straw-roofed mustard-colored cottage. Everything was a great melding of modern & traditional. We had a beautiful room overlooking the garden with beds & a large Tatami area. The historic screens and kimonos on display, the artifacts & netsuke, & Zen-like plants added to an interesting experience. We intend to stay again!
The food was exceptional for us foodies, lovingly plated in Kyomizu-yaki china with food selection & colors to match the autumn season. We enjoyed having conversation & sake poured by The Kamisama (Mistress of the Ryokan). We also ordered a local sake (unfiltered sake) which came in a special wide-brimmed cup, and a Fushimi sake called Momo no Shizuku
Parking on the Property. Nice Onsen (I had to myself) but the larger one was closed, probably for Covid19. I will try it next time! Definitely coming again.More
- Free Wifi