A ryokan (旅館 ) is a type of traditional Japanese inn that originated in the Edo period (1603–1868), when such inns served travelers along Japan's highways. They typically feature tatami-matted rooms, communal baths, and other public areas where visitors may wear yukata and talk with the owner.
Exclusive high end Ryokan offering a private hot spring bath and features luxurious rooms. Japanese traditional cuisines are served in the room for you to enjoy.
The concept of the hotel is from the story of Kaguyahime, well knowsn among the locals in Japan
Name: Sengokuhara Ryokan
Name: Hotel Deyama
The authentic resort hotel "Hotel de Yama" boasts the best location on the lakeside of Lake Ashi. We were originally the villa of Baron Koyata Iwasaki, whose uncle is Yataro Iwasaki, the founder of Mitsubishi. Since 1948, we have followed the baron's philosophy toward hospitality for guests within and outside the country, and the hotel still maintains the classical atmosphere
Name: Suirin Kyoto
Part of Starwood&;s Luxury Collection hotels, the Suiran is an intimate 39-room property located on the banks of the Katsuma River, in western Kyoto. Formerly the private villa of a 19th-century industrialist, it is surrounded by a number of historic, cultural and natural wonders.