Where to STAY
It’s just a small inn between mountains but even some foreigners are interested in the cuisine served there.
Most ingredients are supplied by their own hands and they change the menu depending on season.
With the best effort of the mistress, all dishes look unbelievable and finally posted on an article of The Guardian in 2012.
(Pictures taken from One night in a mountain ryokan in Maze, Japan | Sharing Plates)
This hotel has hot spring whose quality is really soft.
You must really like the open-air bath on the hill with a great view of the Japanese mountain village in silence.
Now, it’s getting popular on unique accommodation plans including interaction with local people like agricultural experiences.
(Jump to Official Homepage if you know more about the hotel.)