This is one of the rooms which the former wood merchant built in the 1880's.
The building containing these two rooms (with the next one, Ume-no-ma (Plum tree room) ) has a thatched room.
It is very impressive.

This room, like Miyuki-no-ma, was built by Sutemi Horiguchi in 1950.
It is famous as a copy of the characteristic Zangetsu tea room of the Omote tea ceremony school.

This room was designed by Sutemi Horiguchi in 1958.
Like Miyuki-no-ma, it is a beautiful example of his modern style.

This room was remodeled by Sutemi Horiguchi in 1958.
He created Kiku-no-ma by combining two rooms built by the former wood merchant.
You can enjoy the charming garden view from this room.

In about 1930, Hasshoukan restaurant's founder bought a four hundred-year-old building in Kouga (Ninja village) in Shiga prefecture and moved it here. We call it the Country House.
Our guests like this room because they can see the cook grilling fish and vegetables on the fireplace.
Guests who would like to use this room should request it when they make their reservations.