‘Perfection’ is not a word often used to describe a hotel. But it’s one we frequently hear after clients stay at this jewel of a boutique property in Obuse. It occupies a dozen old storehouses belonging to a local sake dynasty, whose architects have made great use of original features to create a uniquely stylish, Japanese ambiance. A feast of traditional lacquered floors, blackwood beams and clay tiles, the rooms are tranquil havens. Everything, from the underfloor heating to the Occitane toiletries enhances your sense of wellbeing and promotes relaxation. We recommend a minimum of 2 nights –enough time to visit the Hokusai art museum, the snow monkeys and the town’s numerous cultural attractions.
Masuichi Kyakuden, Obuse
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