A spacious twin room located inside the renovated old stone storehouse in front of the main entrance. (If you have visited us before, you probably remember this building.) Since the building is separate from the Reception Hall and the other guest rooms, you can relax quietly without worrying about making noise or hearing noise from other rooms. The spa-bath is also roomier.
The lower floor is a living room and private open-air bath, and the upper floor is a bedroom maisonette type. The corner room has large windows in front of the working desk on the upper floor. The living room sofa is Hans J. Wegner's GE290. In front you can see the majestic Mt MAKIHATA.
This room is decorated with art works by Art Director, Shun Kawakami.The lower floor is a living room and private open-air bath, and the upper floor is a bedroom maisonette type. Although it is not a corner room, it is a room with a good view overlooking Mt MAKIHATA. Basically it is a room for 2 people, but it can accommodate up to 3 people by putting an extra bed on the lower floor. This is a very popular room, with many repeaters saying, "This is the room!"
Stay overnight and immerse yourself in work and creative activities. The guest room that assumes such usage is “Creators Twin”. There is a large desk so you can spread your documents. The difference from the 206 is the area, the 207 has only a minimum space for 2 people. It is the smallest room in our hotel, originally a 7.5 tatami Japanese-style room. To come up with ideas for works, to write manuscripts, and to compile plans. It can also be used for long-term stays alone.
Room with a great view alongside 202. Furthermore, to enjoy the spectacular view, we installed ultra-large windows with a width of 3 meters and a height of 60 cm. Because of the sloping ceiling, the upper part is open and the opening feeling is outstanding. The magnificent scenery can be viewed from the private balcony and open-air bath. Early in the morning from autumn to winter, a sea of clouds often appears below your eyes. When you look at the mountains and the sky dyed by the sunrise, you will surely feel something.
Guest room born from industry-academia collaboration with Musashino Art University Interior Design Laboratory, the home school of Satoyama Jucho's creative director, Iwasa Toru. The interior and furniture, such as beds, are designed by students enrolled in the laboratory. Because of the sloping ceiling, the upper part is open and the opening feeling is outstanding. The magnificent scenery can be viewed from the private balcony and open-air bath.
Creators stay for a long time and concentrate on creative activities. A couple who is active in the front line of business enjoys vacation while bringing in work. It is a room designed with such a concept. The living room and bedroom are separated gently so that one person can work and the other can rest. The working desk on the north side of the living room is a single sheet of zelkova, with a view of the forest from the light-stable north side window. Write a plan, write a diary, bring your favorite book and read it. The private balcony has an open-air bath. I'd be happy if you could use "a little hot spring if you get stuck with ideas".
This room is ideal for a trip with friends and a girls' party. For those who say "hot springs are still tatami," there are three beds in tatami rooms. It is a studio, but space other than bed is spacious. You can also talk around the coffee table. Of course, it is OK to put an extra bed in this space and stay with 4 people. In that case, please talk in a public space such as a lounge.
Modern houses often lack tatami rooms, for the reason that Japanese-style rooms are difficult to use. Originally, a Japanese-style room is functional and can be both a living room and a bedroom, but for Japanese who are accustomed to beds, sofas and tables, sitting and sleeping on tatami may be `` restless '' Hmm. So, in this room, I arranged the bed while keeping the floor material on tatami, and put the chair "Tatone", which is like a cushion, and put solid Italian furniture when sitting. "I really want to relax on tatami at the hot springs." In that case, lie down on the floor, and when you drink tea, sit down on Tatone. It is such a "good child" room.
Sleep in a 150-year-old ancient village headman’s house. In its new avatar, the Izumi house has an open-air hot spring bath and a sauna, and you can spend your time with a panoramic view of the majestic mountains and rice fields. In autumn, winter and spring, you can appreciate the sea of clouds that appear on sunny mornings. The sensitive restoration and art curation was carried out by Mitsuyoshi Miyazaki of HAGISTUDIO, while Toru Iwasa, creative director and CEO of Jiyujin Hotels, took charge of overall direction and planning. Expect to see contemporary artworks by Yasutaka Fukuda, Ryo Shimizu, and Reiko Kinoshita. The fully equipped space comes with a kitchenette, bar, and dining area. There is also an indoor hot spring bath on the first floor and a shower on the second. The house can accommodate up to 7 people.
Experience a renovated ancient village headman’s house that was built more than 150 years ago. Pamper yourself with an open-air bath and two types of sauna, while you enjoy a panoramic view of the majestic mountains and rice fields. In autumn, winter and spring, you can watch the sea of clouds that appear on sunny mornings. The house features rare Zelkova beams and pillars mixed with timeless furniture by the likes of Piero Lissoni, Isamu Noguchi, and Arne Jacobsen. The fully equipped space comes with a kitchenette, bar, and dining area. The house can accommodate up to 7 people.
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