About par for the course for a 18,000 yen/night ryokan/hotel. Plenty to eat for dinner with chestnut rice (cooked in a hot pot), excellent duck nabe, fresh sashimi platter, konnyaku sashimi with miso sauce, and a hybrid trout with light orange flesh, and other assorted side dishes. The trout was a bit cold, but it was one of the largest grilled trout on a stick I've ever eaten in Japan, and was delicious. The traditional Japanese breakfast included grilled saury. The rotemburo is very nice, with a maple tree in koyo colors (it was fall) next to the bath.