SENKYORO


Annexe / Oku no Kigi

Annexe / Oku no Kigi

Annexe / Oku no Kigi

This suite with 2 adjoining rooms a 10 tatami mat main room and a bedroom of the same size has a rotemburo with a continuous flow of water and a moon-viewing terrace.
The bath has a continuous flow of white cloudy hot spring water just like those in the main building.



Room with rotemburo in the main building plan (10 tatami mat and Japanese-style bedroom type)

Room with rotemburo in the main building plan (10 tatami mat and Japanese-style bedroom type)

Guest rooms with rotemburo in the main building were completed in April 2008.
Utilizing the abundant flow of hot spring water of which we are proud the baths in guest rooms have a continuous flow of white cloudy hot spring water from the source just like the large public bath.

The room layout consists of a 10 tatami mat Japanese-style room and a bedroom.



Room with rotemburo in the main building plan (8 tatami mat and bedroom type)

Room with rotemburo in the main building plan (8 tatami mat and bedroom type)

Guest rooms with rotemburo in the main building.
Utilizing the abundant flow of hot spring water of which we are proud the baths in guest rooms have a continuous flow of white cloudy hot spring water from the source just like the large public bath.

The room layout consists of an 8 tatami mat room and a bedroom.



Japanese-style room in the west annexe with garden and rotemburo

Japanese-style room in the west annexe with garden and rotemburo

This room has a rotemburo. Both dinner and breakfast are served in your room.



Spacious Japanese-style room with anteroom plan

Spacious Japanese-style room with anteroom plan

This room has a 10 tatami mat main room and a 6 tatami mat anteroom. Both dinner and breakfast are served in your room.



-One dish at a time Satisfying Kaiseki Ryori (traditional Japanese meal brought in courses) plan

-One dish at a time Satisfying Kaiseki Ryori (traditional Japanese meal brought in courses) plan

1 night 2 meals plan – stay in a Japanese-style room with bath / toilet.

It is Kaiseki Ryori (traditional Japanese meal brought in courses) of 12 – 13 dishes beginning with an appetizer / starter.
We carefully select seasonal ingredients and we are also particular about our tableware.
Eat each hot dish while it is hot and each cold dish while it is cold.