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
Tawarayama Rhododendron Garden
This garden boasts over 30,000 rhododendrons that bloom thick across 5 hectares of mountainside.Read 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