Purely Japanese-style, serene ryokan. 50 kinds of color yukata and 20 kinds of obi are available for females, and 30 kinds of color yukata are for males. Guests can also select the hardness of futon, which promises a good night sleep.
Run by a broker for the Fisheries Cooperative Association of Akita, this hotel serves fresh fish, with the catch of the day arriving directly from Kisakata Harbor. Enjoy exquisite seafood, breathtaking views of the islands, which were described by haiku poet Matsuo Basho in his work Oku no Hosomichi (The Narrow Road to Oku), and the town's beautiful streetscape and natural scenery.
Just 1 minute away from the Nikaho IC on the Nihonkai Tohoku Expressway, this hotel features delicious dishes centering on produce from the mountains and seas. Its staff warmly welcomes guests with heartfelt hospitality and excellent service.