Arriving at our next destination, Imaihamakaigan to check into our hot spring roykan near the coast.
Too bad, it looks all gloomy that day.
No worries for anyone who don’t speak Japanese, upon check in the staff would have this paper passed to you with all the details of the facilities in this small hot spring ryokan, Kaneyoshi Ittouan. (今井浜温泉 かね吉一燈庵)
Traditional Japanese room.
A slight view of the sea, if it wasn’t raining it would be nice to sit out there to enjoy the cool breeze and sip a cup of hot drink.
Sakura mochi as the Kanzakura are in full bloom in this district.
No bathroom in this room, only a wash up area in traditional setting.
Old traditional style safe for your precious and a book for you to write your message for staying at Kaneyoshi.
Basket with towels needed for your hot spring soak.
They have a large lounge area for guests to sit and relax after their soak or meals.
Books, magazines and comic books were also available for you to flip through.
The place uses a lot of charcoal for decorations.
Decorated with Hina matsuri decoration.
Straight to enjoy the hot spring bath after check in in our colorful yukatas where ladies can choose colored yukatas for wear with no extra charge.