We have two rooms available, both generous 8-mat sized (roughly 14 square metres/150 square feet). All rooms are tatami (please remove slippers before entering), have a small TV, aircon unit (for heating and cooling) and cupboard for hanging clothes. While rooms do not have en-suite bathrooms or washrooms, each room has its own private washroom upstairs (down the hall from bedrooms), and private bathroom downstairs. Bathrooms are Japanese-style, with a family-use bathtub and shower, as well as a changing area with sink and mirror.
Some room rates include breakfast, which is simple (for example, a croissant sandwich, with salad, orange juice and yogurt).
There are convenience stores, restaurants and cafés in the area for snacks and other meals, though be advised that most shops (except for the convenience store) are not open late.
Description: 8-tatami (~4m x 3m, 45cm); sleeps a maximum of four adults; one window, ocean view
Rate: ¥6000-8000/person/night, depending on season and day. Prices for children vary. Please visit our Rakuten page or Booking.com page for details.
Description: 8-tatami (4m x 3m, 45cm); sleeps a maximum of four adults; two windows, one of which has an ocean view
Rate: ¥6000-8000/person/night, depending on season and day. Prices for children vary.
Setting Up Your Bed
While at ryokans, futons are generally set up by staff, at Japanese pensions and guesthouses, guests set up their own futons.
Everything you need is in the oshiire (closet). A light blue or patterned blue mat goes down first (this is optional), followed by a dark blue or brown one (if the futon is a thick one, there won’t be a thin mat). Next up is a white sheet—this is what you’ll sleep on, not under. Last is the kakebuton (duvet). And then, of course, pillows.
Rooms will also have towels for each guest. For the sake of the environment, please limit yourself to one set of towels per person for your stay (unless they’re damp, in which case just ask us for a new set).