Which type of the accommodation suits your travel style? Both western and Japanese style hotels add special color to your travel. We have various types of accommodations in Gujo City.
＊ We have no tipping custom in Japan. However, you may tip the maid right before checkout when you feel you have been taken special care of in a ryokan Japanese style hotels.
Western style hotels offer single, twin, double, and triple rooms. Each room has a western style toilet and a shower with bathtub. They vary from convenient business hotels to big hotels that offer hot springs facilities and shops on site. If you want to stay for dinner and breakfast, please indicate so when making a reservation.
A good way to experience Japanese hospitality is staying in a ryokan! Basically, the charge for an overnight stay includes a dinner and a breakfast. The meals you eat are typically served as room service, although in some ryokan they will be served in a dining room or restaurant in the hotel. Please check the arrangement when you are making a reservation.
Minshuku are guest house facilities located in private homes.
It's simpler than a ryokan. Since most of them are Japanese style houses, you can enjoy tatami mat rooms and home cuisine. This is suitable for those seeking cozy and homey surroundings.
Cottages are just right for the people who want a relaxed pace stay with family or friends. The areas surrounding the ski resorts have these cottage style accommodations. Please check the furnishings such as a toilet, bathroom, kitchen, and a refrigerator, when making a reservation.
Camping is a good choice for summer fun if you want to relax in a refreshing natural environment with your friends and family.
Bungalows are available for rent, as well as blankets and sheets.
You can cook on a wood fire at a communal barbecue site. Toilets and coin showers are available.
You can enjoy authentic Japanese seasonal high cuisine served on beautiful tableware.
It is a beautiful space filled with authentic Japanese touches such as Japanese style rooms, tsuboniwa gardens, and ikebana flower arrangements.
Experiencing a pure relaxing sleep in a futon bed laid on tatami mats.
You can have a leisurely bath in hot springs, large Japanese style bathing facilities, or outdoor bathtubs. Wearing a yukata is good for relaxing after a bath. It is acceptable to walk around the ryokan wearing yukata and slippers.
＊ No swim suits in the bath
＊ No towels in the water
＊ Wash yourself before getting in a tub. Pay attention not to splash water onto other people.
Enjoy the wonderful smile and hospitality of your okami
＊ An okami is either a landlady of a ryokan or its on site female manager.