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Arrival Date

/ / Nights Room(s)

Number of Guests

Number of Adult Guestsperson(s).
Child Aperson(s). Child Bperson(s). Child Cperson(s). Child Dperson(s).

Rate

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Natsukashi-kan Tower

Traditional Japanese Style[2-6F]

Spacious Japanese-style rooms with 12 tatami mats
Area:about 43㎡ facing the Kinugawa Valley.
Capacity:Up to 6 persons

Accommodation Plans Includes two meals.
Dinner: Kaiseki cuisine in your room. Breakfast: Buffet
Reservations for Japanese style Natsukashi-kan rooms

Yunomachi-kan Tower

Traditional Japanese Style[3-4F]

Japanese style room with 8 tatami mats
Area:about 30㎡ for two guests facing the Kinugawa Valley.
Capacity:Up to 2 persons

Accommodation Plans Includes two meals.
Dinner: Kaiseki cuisine in your room. Breakfast: Buffet
Reservations for Japanese style Yunomachi-kan rooms

Japanese-Western rooms

A luxury guest room based on the concept "comfort that is a notch above," this is a Japanese style room, featuring two Simmons double beds.

Accommodation Plans Includes two meals.
Dinner: Kaiseki cuisine in your room. Breakfast: Buffet
Reservations for Twin Room with Tatami Area Yunomachi-kan rooms

Japanese Room with Bed[7F]

Japanese style room with beds for two guests. Non- smoking rooms are available.
Area:about 30㎡
Capacity:Up to 2 persons

Accommodation Plans Includes two meals.
Dinner: Kaiseki cuisine in your room. Breakfast: Buffet
Reservations for Standard Twin Room Yunomachi-kan rooms

Yuraku-kan Tower

Traditional Japanese Style[4-8F]

Japanese style rooms with 10 tatami mats.
Area:about 33㎡
Capacity:Up to 5 persons

Accommodation Plans Includes two meals.
Dinner: Kaiseki cuisine in your room. Breakfast: Buffet
Reservations for Japanese style Yuraku-kan rooms

Traditional Japanese Style Non-smoking[9-10F]

Penthouse room with a great view. Please enjoy a luxurious stay in this "natural modern" Japanese style room.
Area:about 33㎡

Accommodation Plans Includes two meals.
Dinner: Kaiseki cuisine in your room. Breakfast: Buffet
Reservations for Japanese style Yuraku-kan (Non-smoking) rooms

amenities

bath towels
towels
tooth brush
soap
yukata
body soap
two-in-one shampoo

Ryokan Etiquette

RYOKAN Etiquette ■Please remove your shoes and wear the provided slippers when you are in the building.
■Please do not run or make loud noises in the hallways.
■The tea and confectionaries in your room are compliments of the ryokan.
■Please do not place items on the tokonoma.
■Your futons will be laid out and put away by room attendants.
■It is bad etiquette to wear your yukata tied loosely.
■Please leave your used yukatas folded in one place in your room. Do not take them home with you.