- With the warmth of trees and the tenderness of leaves, this high quality lodging cherishes the hot springs of Yamashiro.
- This is a high quality Japanese lodging that is overflowing with facilities that feature natural materials, as well as the warmth of the people there.
- Meals will be kaiseki cuisine prepared with vegetables from the local Kaga region, fresh fish from the local Hashitate fishing port, and more.
- In order to cherish the ingredients of each season, guests are served a monthly-changing menu.
- At the dining restaurant Uzuki, there are also plans available where guests can select their main cuisine for the day.
- In addition to the large communal hot spring baths and open-air baths that can be used 24 hours a day, there are also saunas and 2 private baths.
-The 2 large communal hot spring baths and open-air baths have differing aspects, with natural cypress wood or stones.
- Bath towels are available in the changing room.
- And shampoo, conditioner, and amenities are also available.
- Guestrooms are primarily Japanese-style rooms that feature tatami flooring.
- Guestrooms are equipped with air-conditioning, futons, a modular bath, mini refrigerator, toilet with washer, TV, and an electric kettle.
- In addition to guestrooms that feature open-air baths, there are superior type guestrooms in the Fuji-no-To Wing, and standard type guestrooms in the Hagi-no-To Wing.
- In the evening at the ryokan, gelato is available as an after bath service.
- Every night from 20:40, there is a Kaga Ikko-ikki taiko drum show (free of charge, about 15 minutes).
- The ryokan also features an esthetics salon, massages, foot acupressure massage, karaoke, table tennis, a shop, cafe, and late night restaurant (ramen, udon, and more).
- In the neighboring vicinity, there is the Kutaniyaki Kiln Exhibition Pavilion (5 minutes on foot) and Yunokuni no Mori, a theme park featuring the traditional handicrafts of Kaga (10 minutes by car), and more, making sightseeing convenient as well.
- World Heritage sites Shirakawago and Gokayama, both famous for gassho-zukuri thatch-roofed architecture, are also in convenient locations just 2 hours away by car.
- From Kanazawa, it is about 25 minutes away via limited express train (about 60 minutes by car). From Komatsu Airport, it about 20 minutes by car.
- There is also a free shuttle from the nearest station, Kagaonsen Station. (13:30 - 18:00, requires reservation in advance, takes about 15 minutes)
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please ask the property for more details.