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Private Open-air Hot Spring Bath

Welcome to the Inns of Wa-no-kuni(Country of Harmony)

Gusetrooms with a Private Open-air Hot Spring Bath Attached
A private open-air hot spring bath

For those guests who feel reluctant to bathe in the presence of others, we recommend choosing a guestroom with bathroom attached. In recent years, ryokans are increasing the number of guestrooms with a private rotenburo (private open-air bath) attached.

Stepping inside the entrance, guests arriving at a Japanese ryokan will first receive a courteous welcome from the attendants headed by the Okami. The more courteous and the more sincere the initial greetings, the higher the quality of service you can expect at the ryokan.

JRA Member Ryokan directory by Prefecture
Onsen, Hot Springs
Open-air Hot Spring Bath

A guestroom with a private open-air hot spring bath attached
A guestroom with a private open-air hot spring bath attached
A guestroom with a private open-air hot spring bath attached
A guestroom with a private open-air hot spring bath attached
With Japanese citron floating in the bathtub at winter solstice
With Japanese citron floating in the bathtub at winter solstice
With iris leaves in the bathtub on the Boys' Festival Day
With iris leaves in the bathtub on the Boys' Festival Day
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