- On the terrace that is connected to the lobby, there is a rice field - which the facility has cultivated since it was established - where guests can encounter an authentic Japanese scene.
- The lodging has tatami flooring, so guests can kick off their shoes at the entrance and enjoy their stay.
- Guestrooms are primarily Japanese-style rooms that feature tatami flooring.
- The bamboo thicket can be seen from every guestroom, so guests can enjoy a relaxing stay while listening to the sound of the wind rustling the bamboo leaves.
- In addition to the standard Japanese-style rooms, there are a variety of Japanese-style rooms including those with an irori hearth, a terrace, open-air bath and horigotatsu (sunken kotatsu table), bedrooms, or detached rooms.
- Dinner will be monthly-changing kaiseki cuisine, each dish carefully prepared one by one by the chefs with as little chemical seasoning as possible.
- Dinner will be served at the counter seating of the open kitchen or in private tatami-floored rooms.
- At the counter seating, guests can savor freshly made cuisine while enjoying the ambiance of the kitchen and conversation with the chefs.
- For breakfast, guests will be served a Japanese-style set meal. Savor freshly-made rice that was prepared in an earthenware kettle.
- Along with the meal, guests can also enjoy local Yamanaka Onsen sake.
- Both the men’s and women’s large communal hot spring baths are equipped with open-air baths. Guests can enjoy a soak in either the indoor or open-air baths while gazing out at the bamboo thicket.
- In the bamboo thicket on the grounds, there is also a private open-air bath (requires a fee). Here, guests can also enjoy the flow of the mountain stream along with the winds of the great outdoors.
- Guests can also enjoy a free ice cream service after a soak in the baths (15:00 - 18:00).
- The lodging is also equipped with a beauty salon that uses massage oils (requires reservation in advance), a karaoke box, and a shop. In the lobby, guests can also make use of the free Wi-Fi.
- Along the nearby Yuge Kaido Street, in addition to hot spring egg-making experiences, there are galleries for Kutani ceramic ware and Yamanaka lacquer ware, shops that sell sweet dumplings or croquettes, cafes, and more lined side by side. And along the ravine running parallel to the street, there is also a 1.3 kilometer promenade, where guests can enjoy strolls of Kakusenkei Gorge.
- For those with a car, this is a convenient location for visiting Eihei-ji Temple (40 minutes away), Kanazawa and its dinosaur museum (1 hour away), and the World Heritage Sites of Gokayama and Shirakawago (2 hours away).
- There is also a free shuttle from Kagaonsen Station (closest station). From Kanazawa it is just 25 minutes via a limited express train, making travel quite convenient. (For details, please refer to Access Info)
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please ask the property for more details.