Hida Craftsmanship

The main buildings of our hotel, including the Shogetsu Tower which was built in 1905, are made of wooden structures with various styles of different eras.
The creaking sound of wood can be heard as one climbs the stairs.
The slightly lowered Kamoi (gateway) and the long, narrow tatami-mat corridor with latticework windows are also distinctive features of the building.
Although this may seem unsuitable to you, we hope you will consider it as the design of our buildings.

Kangetsu Tower

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KUON

Special rooms open in November 2022.

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TAMAYURA

Special rooms open in November 2022.

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YUTOROGI

Special rooms open in November 2022.

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General Rooms

Kyoma 10-mat room with a sunken hearth in the front room.

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Twin-bed room

With twin beds and a private massage chair

Shogetsu Tower

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Ebisu

Japanese-style room with a small sunken hearth

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Daikoku

Japanese-style room with a view of six types of one maple tree

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Hotei

Japanese-style room with a seat on the broad veranda overlooking the temple on the other side of the river.

Kogetsu Tower

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Juraku

It’s the largest room in our hotel with half-open-air bath.

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Ikezuki

A blend of Japanese and Western styles, keeping the Showa-era sukiya-style architecture.

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Seika

Borrowed view of the clear Araki River and the temple

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Sekirin

It is a room with a tea ceremony.