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Guest Rooms

Main Building

The 10 main buildings have long been cherished by prominent figures as a building that represents Japanese ryokans (inns) as well as buildings which show off the skills of many famous architects and designers. The guest rooms’ names originate from the traditional Japanese performances of “Noh.” Each guest room has a unique look, which shows in the details of each room’s alcove posts, the horizontal pieces of timber used in the building’s framework, girders, fanlights and other parts.

New Building

This room was used as Hisaya Iwasaki’s own living room when the Iwasaki family still lived at Sanyo-so. The guest room consists of two rooms and has a wide edge veranda surrounding the tatami mats. The Matsukaze, located in the middle of the garden, is the room with the most beautiful location. When visitors sit in the main room and look out at the garden, they can enjoy the traditional atmosphere of good old fashioned Japanese homes.

Oimatsu

Oimatsu

This space was used as a guest room by the Iwasaki family. Visitors can relax in this spacious…

Miyuki

Miyuki

This room, built in 1957, is located in the very back — about 300 meters away from the entrance…

Kiso

Kiso

This room, built in 1929, is a standard type in the main buildings.

Matsukaze

Matsukaze

This room was used as Hisaya Iwasaki’s own living room when the Iwasaki family still lived at…

Kogou

Kogou

This room was used as Hisaya Iwasaki’s own living room when the Iwasaki family still lived at…

JBA

JBA

Area:Main room 10 tatami mats/ adjoining room 6 tatami mats
Bed size: —

JCA

JCA

Area:Main room 10 tatami mats/ adjoining room 6 tatami mats
Bed size: —

TBA

TBA

Area:Main bedroom 10 tatami mats / bedroom 15.5m2
Bed size: 1,100 x 2,100mm

TDA

TDA

Area:Living room 53.5m2 / bedroom 15.9m2
Bed size: 1,100 x 2,100mm

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