This room, built in 1957, is located in the very back — about 300 meters away from the entrance of the new building. The corridor dedicated to the “Miyuki” room is about 50 meters, giving visitors a rich sense of privacy. The room is located on a hill higher than the other rooms, enabling visitors to look down on the entire garden. In front of the room is a breathtaking view of a large Japanese red pine. Behind the tree is a large Japanese garden that reflects the subtle differences of the four seasons. Behind the new buildings is a mountainous view that looks like part of a traditional Japanese painting, with cherry trees littering the mountainside in spring and the bright foliage in autumn. This room is the only room among the main buildings to have adjacent baths with hot springs water for a relaxing stay.