Have fun experiencing the Japanese culture of staying in a ryokan, complete with Japanese cuisine and hot springs. You can also enjoy a full scenic view of the Japanese sea from this inn, as well as the sites of rural Japan just as it was in the good old days in the Funaya-no-Sato area. Inecho, one of the famous sightseeing spots on the Tango Peninsula, is just 30 minutes away from Amanohashidate (one of Japan’s three famous views), and about 2 hours away from the center of Kyoto. It is known as the closest Japanese town to the sea, and the traces of a fishing village remain strong. Known as the Funaya (boat house) Village, the town is so close that there are about 250 funaya that line the Ine Bay, each with a boat garage on the first floor. In addition to taking a walk or renting a power-assisted bicycle to view the town, we also recommend trying out the fishing boat ocean taxis or seasonal scenic viewing boats to enjoy a calm and peaceful view of the funaya scenery. Year-round, we offer Japanese kaiseki courses made with fresh seafood caught in the area, as well as crab and Japanese amberjack full courses in the winter. Contact us separately if you would like to request a room with both tatami and a bed (only two rooms available). Please notify us of any food allergies or preferences regarding ingredients or preparation methods before your stay.