After soaking in the onsen, relax and lay down on the tatami mats or surround the large heated Kotatsu tables in the “Onsen Lounge,” and share your travel experiences with others. Enjoy traditional Japanese games such as Hanafuda, Kendama, beanbags, etc.
Choosing the same Onsen ryokan is another aspect of travel. Share the kitchen filled with retro appliances and Japanese tableware. The original counter decorated with bathing buckets, will add a lovely memory to your trip. People staying at the Tsutaya Ryokan will use this space and meet each other. This is a great chance to share travel experiences. You would have unforgetable time.
There are wifi and power outlet desks in the lounge area, perfect for teleworking while you stay at our hostel as well as enjoying hot springs. You can find your favorite space such as, by the window, which overlooks and breathtaking view of the valley and river, the spacious sofa, or the cozy tatami space.
As you look at the gallery and book space, you can enjoy looking at some photos of Tsutaya Ryokan and Sokokura Onsens, which were taken in Meiji era. Also, you can read and learn about the histories of Sokokura Onsens, especially geography, culture of hot springs in Japan.