You are greeted by a taiko drum and shouts of welcome in the regional dialect, “iraseraremase!” You step into the world of a bygone age when time has been gently rolling since antiquity. You find yourself peacefully cradled in the bosom of nature surrounded by 500-year-old “hime-komatsu” (“Japanese white pine”) and 1,300-year-old heirlooms from the past. Amid the transience of time, the 350-years since our early Edo period founding in 1666, a spirit of hospitality has been our constant legacy.

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