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This hotel has a superb view, located on the shore of Lake Shinji. There are large communal baths that spring from a natural onsen and a garden lush with green. Meals are mostly made from tasty delights found in Lake Shinji and the Sea of Japan.
Extra beds, if available, are dependent on the room you choose. Please ask the property for more details.
I stayed two nights at this onsen-ryokan as part of a visit to Matsue. If you like Japanese onsen food, all of the meals were very tasty. As the other reviewer pointed out, the hotel is a bit worn down (carpet stains, peeling tiles on the outside), but the
Old hotel not very beautiful. There is a terrace in front of rooms on the second floor which spoils the view a lot. The staff is very kind but nobody speaks English. We nevertheless comprises putting a little time. The food is local (fish, crude often) and