Soft sunlight pours in through the paper window screens in these south-facing corner rooms, which are about twice as large as the Yuri and Sakura rooms. Furnishings include a dining table, a small desk, and a sofa that is wide enough to lie on. The bathroom features a satisfyingly deep bathtub and a shower stall, with windows that can be opened to bring in cool winds. Up to three Japanese futons can be laid out on the bed stand.
These rooms feature double beds, tatami floors, and sofas with ornate cypress frames--each is a piece of contemporary furniture decorated with traditional Japanese craftwork. Guests can relax by soaking in the deep bathtub located in the bathroom, which is also furnished with a sink and shower stall, or by basking in the warm sunlight filtering through the shoji paper screens that grace the living area windows.
Closets and sofas featuring tasteful cypress craft and windows concealed by shoji paper screens provide these rooms with a traditionally Japanese aesthetic. Sakura rooms are located near the ochanoma lounge to entice guests to frequent the lounge--the traditional center of activity in an authentic ryokan. The rooms feature twin beds; these are designed to resemble a Japanese futon to enhance the Japanese atmosphere.