We spent 2 nights at this beautifully renovated ryokan. We were told that the building existed already 300 years ago but became a ryokan 100 years ago. The recent renovations are breathtaking, mixing modern comfort with all the details of Japanese traditional hospitality.
The service was perfectly orchestrated, from arrival to departure. Dinners and breakfast extremely well thought, delicious and lovely presentation. The attention to details left us wondering how can so much knowledge about flower arrangement, Japanese calligraphy on washi (yes, every dinner came with haiku!), cuisine, art of tea, service manners could be transmitted from generation to generation.
Congratulations for such care and passion, we can wait to be back!