- The main building was constructed in the sukiya architectural style
as a Japanese-style restaurant between the end of the Taisho Period
and around the beginning of the Showa Period.
The design and materials of the transom and small windows differ from room to room,
creating a valuable building that exudes a feeling
of superb craftsmanship and playfulness. Based on the original structure and details,
the eleven rooms pleasantly arranged as guestrooms come in a wide variety,
including rooms with a private garden and maisonnette-type rooms.
Our guests can savor the distinctive charm of each individual room.