- Gut: Sauberkeit, Personal & Service, Ausstattung und Zustand der Unterkunft
This 200 year old ryokan is such a treat! It felt like luxurious camping because you have your own cabin and you are connected with nature all around, while having the amenities of a hotel. Food was on par with a Michelin 3-star restaurant. The host Mr. Yoshida was an artistic and incredible chef and you will be amazed by his skills. The place also provided us with pickup and drop-off at the station and the castle ruin walk, as well as dropping us off for our Magome-Tsumago hike. This place was the highlight of our trip and we could not have stayed at anywhere else. Highly recommended for those visiting Kiso valley to experience authentic Japanese culture at a ryokan.