Torches and a Noh stage accent the central garden which is surrounded by a tatami floored modern Japanese tea-ceremony arbor.
Tatami mats (traditional Japanese straw mats) extend to the end of the corridor in the modern Japanese style building. A small trickling stream flows through the middle of the central garden with torches and a Noh (traditional Japanese dance-drama) stage where you can watch whimsical performances. Guests are treated to extraordinary scenes of elegance.
At nightfall the central garden and Noh stage are lighted by the soft glow of the torches. For guests wishing to visit the open-air public hot spring baths in Kinosaki, or just wanting to take a stroll through the town, a private shuttle is available to take you to and from your destination. Our inn is also complete with its own open-air public hot spring bath and sauna. (All plans come with free admission tickets to any of the open-air public hot spring baths.)
Garden in the center of the inn. At night Noh performers appear on the garden's stage in the glow of the torches.
The lobby where guests are welcome to help themselves to a cup of complimentary coffee or tea.
Tatami mats (traditional Japanese straw mats) extend to the end of the corridor in the modern Japanese style building.
Example course. The special dishes served between April and October, Ayatori Banquet.
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