This ryokan is well over a hundred years old and is one of the most well regarded in the area, with its garden highly ranked amongst the thousands in Japan due to their 200-year-old bonsai trees.
The hotel was renovated in 2007 so guests can enjoy tradition and comfort in equal measure, along with excellent local cuisine such as rice and shredded sea bream. We recommend upgrading to the cottage, situated lakeside with views of the famous garden. Like most traditional ryokan, the Minamikan has shared hot spring baths, but no en-suites in the traditional rooms. To address this, they have built a modern annexe in keeping with the style of the original building.
>> See more of our Ryokon Hotels here