A Japanese inn on the banks of a stream, surrounded by forested mountains. The main timber building, which is a registered tangible cultural property, was built in sukiya style by Tatsuno Kingo, a famous architect of the Meiji era who designed Tokyo Station. The inn features a natural radium hot spring available for bathing at any time of day, and signature Japanese meals using the best of seasonal ingredients. About 10000㎡ of Japanese garden is breathetaking. From Osaka Namba, take a 40-minute express train to Amami Station, followed by a 1-minute walk.
Location〒 586-0062 158 Amami, Kawachinagano-shi, Osaka
Directions1-minute walk from Amami Station on the Nankai Koya Line
ServicesPork-free and alcohol-free cuisine (Halal-friendly)
HallLarge hall - capacity 60/medium hall - capacity 20