Area : Tawarayama
Guests to Yamaguchi-ya Bekkan are welcomed to enjoy the feeling of an older Japan in our separate villa, "Gou-gou Iori." The villa is an elegant Edo Period (1603-1868) building in the Sukiya style of traditional tea houses, and was moved and reconstructed here, complete with a cozy sunken hearth. Pets are also welcome here. Dining includes seasonal banquets, and in the winter, full courses of blowfish and turtle.
Misuzu Kaneko Mosaic: Project M20000
This mosiac re-imagines the world of Misuzu Kaneko's poem, "Big Catch."Read more
An ancient Shingon-Buddhist temple to the west of Tawarayama OnsenRead more
This shrine is dedicated to the bodhisattva Kannon, the goddess of mercy, and is often visited by pilgrims praying for fertility and health.Read more