We contribute to the growth of the tourism by introducing Japanese charm not only through our proud Four-seasons, Food, Culture, but also through "Travel", and aim at the service that brings satisfaction to our customers by pursuing fresh charms in Japan.
Let us introduce "Meigetsu-in" in Kamakura where you can feel Japanese luxury.
The autumn tints from a round window in the main hall are beautiful just like a painting in the frame.
Being coloured red faintly, the interior is brilliantly collaborated with the autumn tints.
You will be surely healed with Japanese original beauty.
The birth of Kabuki that is one of Japanese traditional entertainments was more than 400years ago.
Reflecting to the times, Kabuki has come to show various changes.
A new program that has never been produced before and "Super Kabuki" that takes in a modern stage set has been taking place zealously to offer the bigger entertainment to more people.
Presently, Kabuki is getting support from a wide range of visitor.
Cultural hospitality with cordiality is breathing in Japanese-style inns.
A waitress in such places, normally carries your luggage to the room, and is pleased to help you with whatever you don’t see and the things you need.
The meal will be served in each private room if you choose such plan, then you will surely enjoy slow and relaxing mealtime with no minding anyone.
Most of the inns have hot springs, and you can walk around in Yukata, informal cotton Kimono,as long as you are inside the building.
They certainly let you be satisfied during the stay by the dedicated service wtih attentive, warm hearts.
Thanks to four clearly distinguishable seasons, there is various and abundant nature.
Also, an expression for the beauty of the nature and the changes of the seasons is one of Japanese features.
The food culture which was born in such environment has been brought up closely to precious nature.
"The custom of food" based on Japanese character that is filled with nature-respecting mind was named "Washoku" as Japanese traditional food culture, and it was designated as UNESCO intangible cultural heritage.