This classic 3-story inn will strongly appeal to travel enthusiasts.
We have been waiting for you.
He’s been welcoming guests with his ‘happi’ (a Japanese traditional jacket) since he was an elementary student. He is the fourth generation owner who loves to chat with his guests.
Full view of Iidaya Bekkan
Quietly nestled in the mountains, this three-story house with a peaceful atmosphere has been overlooking the hot spring resort since the Meiji era (1868-1912).
Spirited Away? or Yo ro gun? Let’s travel back in time, shall we?
Example of a guest room (the 3rd floor)
You can have leisurely meals at the kotatsu (a small table with an electric heater beneath it) in the winter time.
Just 30 meters from the primary hot spring source. The fragrant natural hot spring can be enjoyed all day.
Example of dinner
Our veteran chef of 40-years wholeheartedly prepares seasonal meals.
You can have a fine view of the Matsumoto plains, along with a night view of the city and the sunsetting in the distance over the Japan Alps.
Number of Rooms/Capacity
10 Rooms/40 Guests
One night with 2 Meals from ¥10,800 per guest
Approx. 3 PM/Approx. 10 AM
Hot Spring Baths
Men’s and Ladies’ baths