The nature-rich compound stands amidst vast forestland at the foot of Mr. Zao.
A total of 12 villas spread across five areas offers 18 guestrooms. The atrium-style design gives an open feel, accentuating Japanese cedar beams.
Guestrooms offer a sun-drenched private terrace, where you can relax amidst nature, feeling time and seasons go by.
Three guestrooms are offered at two villas on the Tsuki-no-Tori (moon path) passageway on the western side of the natural forest. The moon shines directly above these buildings just as you fall into deep sleep.
Enjoy sound of streams and greenery right outside the doorsteps in spring and summer, or overlook mountains and wild rivers afar in autumn and winter.
Three guestrooms are offered at two villas in the area facing Mt. Zao, which was once dubbed as the “unforgettable mountain.”
In spring and summer, greenery and the sound of streams are right outside the doorsteps of the villas, which have a westerly aspect to create an emotive atmosphere.
In autumn and winter, enjoy the commanding view of mountains and wild streams afar.
Four guestrooms are offered at two villas, situated on the south-east side of the natural forest.
Enjoy the rustling sound of leaves from wind-swaying bamboo trees, which have responded well to the abundant sunlight to grow tall.
Three guestrooms are offered at two villas, situated near the compound's vegetable garden.
You might encounter wild birds, squirrels running around, or even Japanese serows.
Five guestrooms are offered at four villas that line a river that runs through the middle of the forest, providing a gentle background sound of water streaming and frogs croaking.
All the villas have a raised-floor design to give you an added elevation to enjoy the surrounding landscape.
At the downstream of the river is a pond where fireflies live.
Free Internet (Wi-Fi), refrigerator, kettle, safe, TV, bed (Simmons), humidifier (winter), hairdryer, sandals, boots, tea cups, cups, plates, forks, spoons, wine opener, wine glasses
Toothbrush, hairbrush, face towel, bath towel, monk's working clothes, Yukata, tea coat, socks, cotton swabs, cotton, hair bands