With ocean views and artwork with a maritime theme, the rooms at this hot spring ryokan will make guests feel as if they are navigating the high seas in the Age of Discovery.Highlights
Located on the top floor, the bath halls offer stunning views of the Pacific Ocean, from shimmering waters in the morning to deep reds and oranges at sundown.
The ryokan is named after Miura Anjin, better known outside Japan as William Adams, the English navigator who became a samurai. A short movie on Miura and the art of shipbuilding is screened at night for guests to enjoy.
The kaiseki meals at dinner feature fresh seafood with a touch of British sensibility and are served in a restaurant that playfully pays homage to ships from the Age of Discovery.
Café / Lounge
Spa / Massage
Check-in / Check-out
Private parking is available on site.
- Café / Lounge
- Spa / Massage
- Meeting Room
Smoking is prohibited in the entire building (smoking area available)