Ryokan

The best in hot-spring bathing, dining and hospitality.
There are three inns for you to choose from for your relaxing stay.

Matsusaki

Our large garden, which reflects the changing seasons, dates back to the Azuchi-Momoyama period (late 16th century). There are kitchens in both the new building and the main building, each with a chef whose kaiseki dishes, created with local ingredients, get rave reviews.

  • Guest rooms

  • Guest rooms with
    an open-air bath

  • Dinner

  • Bath

  • Garden
    and tearoom

  • Each room has an
    open-air bath
  • Open-air bath available
    by reservation
  • Wheelchair-accessible
    rooms
  • Accommodation for
    groups
  • Credit cards accepted

Tagawa Ryusenkaku

hroughout its long history, Tagawa Ryusenkaku, the beautiful Japanese-style inn that serves as a getaway for residents of Kanazawa, has been preserving Japanese traditions. You will be welcomed in an ambiance of elegance and refinement.

  • Guest rooms

  • Guest rooms with
    an open-air bath

  • Dinner

  • Bath

  • Eating facility

  • Each room has an open-air bath
  • Bath available by reservation
  • Wheelchair-accessible rooms
  • Accommodation for groups

Ryotei Manyou

The Manyo Inn has a time-honored Manyo poem monument on its grounds. Please quietly celebrate the pleasure of knowing about this inn, where your comfort and relaxation are a priority.

  • Guest rooms

  • Guest rooms with
    an open-air bath

  • Dinner

  • Bath

  • “Dry landscape”
    garden

  • Each room has an open-air bath
  • Bath available by reservation
  • Wheelchair-accessible rooms
  • Accommodation for groups
  • Credit cards accepted
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