Kayotei's staff endeavors to make guests' stays as comfortable as possible, with its motto to make guests welcome as if they were returning home. - This quiet ryokan, which features a total of 10 rooms, quietly stands on its 33,100 square meter grounds, surrounded by nature. - Generally seeking the true, unadulterated qualities of natural and safe ingredients. That is the starting point for Kayotei’s cuisine. - Prepared with natural ingredients, such as wild-caught seafood, mountain delicacies, organic vegetables, and more, this is healthily-flavored cuisine. - Ingredients - such as rice, eggs, salt, soy sauce, tofu, and more - are supplied directly from local producers, with no chemical seasonings used. - All guestrooms are Japanese-style rooms provided with sleek-feeling tatami flooring, shoji sliding doors that provide beautiful lighting through their paper coverings, a hiroen space that connects the room to the garden, and a tokonoma alcove. - Guests can enjoy a panoramic view of the ravine from their guestrooms. - The large communal baths facing the ravine is also equipped with an open-air bath that has free-flowing waters direct from the source. They are open for bathing 24 hours a day. - The large communal baths provide shampoo, conditioner, bath towels, a variety of cosmetics, hair dryers, cotton swabs, and tooth brushes. - In the Kokin Salon, guests are provided with homemade herb tea. Guests can relax as they like by enjoying a good book or conversation, or taking a therapeutic walk through the woods. - All areas in the hotel, including guestrooms, are non-smoking. - The entire hotel is equipped with Wi-Fi. - Check-in and check-out are at 12:00. Feel free to stay a whole 24 hours. - In addition to nearby Kutani ceramics experiences, Japanese paper workshops, and workshops for wooden furniture craftsmen, guests can enjoy strolls along Kakusenkei Gorge. - For those with a car, this is a convenient location for visiting Eihei-ji Temple (40 minutes away), Kanazawa and its dinosaur museum (1 hour away), and the World Heritage Sites of Gokayama and Shirakawago (2 hours away).