This hotel is owned by a tour guide who was spellbound by Lake Mashu and moved to this area.
Dinner is served at the izakaya.
Travelers can enjoy meeting and chatting in the common room.
This accommodation is more like visiting a friend or relative's house than staying at a hotel.
There are no bathtubs, toilets, refrigerators, TVs, towels, yukata or other amenities in the guestrooms.
There are no over-the-top services. Everything is self service.
*An additional heating fee is charged in winter (from JPY 300)
*Please inform us in advance if you have any allergies.