Once visited by the late literary master Naoya Shiga. Yukari Inn's wooden design is purely Japanese and features a Japanese garden.
This long standing inn inspired the master literary Naoya Shiga's beloved novel 'Kinosaki ni te'(At Cape Kinosaki).
Traces of the early 1900's are still found in Yukari Inn's traditional Japanese design.
Let time slip by unnoticed while enjoying yourself and the view of the changing seasons in our elegant Japanese garden, in the middle of Kinosaki.
(Guests staying with us are welcome to view the room of Naoya Shiga. The literary master who was awarded the high honor of the 'Order of Culture' by the Japanese government in 1949. *On high traffic days this room is closed to viewing.)
We are a traditional inn that wishes to carry on the traditions of the honored past. We may not be fully equipped with every modern day convenience, but perhaps that is what makes us fortunate enough to provide a quiet and relaxing place for our guests to rest.
Wooden architectural building and harmonizing Japanese garden
Guests can view the room Naoya Shiga, literary master, once stayed in. (On busy days the room is closed for viewing)
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