Japanese-Western-style Room (Twin)

Guest rooms that combine the tranquility of Japanese style
with the amenity of a Western-style room.
Come and relax at your ease in your bare feet.

Enjoy the relaxing ambiance of traditional Japanese style while sleeping in a bed in this guest room.
Popular with family travelers, the Japanese-Western-style room can be used by groups of four or more,
and the Japanese-style twin for parties of two to three.

Japanese-Western-style Room (12.5 tatami mat-size + twin beds / Garden-side)

Japanese-Western-style Room (12.5 tatami mat-size + twin beds / Garden-side)

  • Approximately 72 m² (12.5 tatami mat Japanese-style room)
  • 2-8 guests
  • Akebono 3rd-5th floors
  • Free wifi
Premium Twin Room (Japanese-style twin / River-side)

Japanese-Western-style (Japanese twin) Room Overview

  • Approximately 43 m² (Twin beds)
  • 2-3 guests
  • Fuyou 4-6th floors
  • Free wifi

Japanese-Western-style (Japanese twin) Room Overview

Facilities Bathroom (Bath *Waters are not natural hot spring waters), heated toilet with bidet, TV, telephone, kettle, refrigerator, safe, hair dryer, towel dryer, and washstand.
Amenities Bath towel, face towel, hand soap, body soap, shampoo, conditioner, teeth brushing kit, yukata (cotton robe), haori (traditional light jacket worn over the yukata), glasses, tea utensils, tea leaves, ladies toiletry set (shower cap, hair elastic, cotton pad, Q-tips), men's razor, socks, hair brush, and slippers.
Notes
  • Rooms pictured are examples. (We will assign your room number)
  • Smoking is permitted in guest rooms (In some guest rooms, however, smoking is only permitted on the terrace. All rooms will be non-smoking beginning in April, 2019.)
  • If you wish to stay in a non-smoking room, we will ventilate the room and remove any smell. Please inform us if this is the case.
  • Please avoid sharing beds to avoid the possibility of falling out.
  • Guests who wish to stay in barrier-free rooms are invited to look at our deluxe twin room.
  • We have compiled responses to some of our guests' most frequent questions. We hope you will find them helpful in the process of choosing a room.
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