Guest Rooms

Asahikan was built with “Yoshino-daté” architecture, a traditional style of this area that makes use of the natural slope of the mountain. Most of the rooms are on the 2nd floor, and guests can view the inner garden from the hallway that connects the rooms. The guest rooms are two connected tatami rooms. Since this is a traditional Japanese inn, instead of walls and hinged doors, the guest rooms are separated with traditional sliding doors. In addition, the toilet and bath are shared with other guests, so we ask our guests to be courteous to one another during their stay.


Exclusive Room with a Private Bath

Heading up the stairs from the 2nd floor to the 3rd floor, there is a special room that overlooks the inner garden. While you slowly soak in this wooden bathtub, take a deep breath of the fragrant bath herbs. Separated from other guest rooms, and with your own restroom as well, this room is recommended for guests who would prefer some privacy or who are traveling with children. Plans for couples and families are available as well. How about spending this precious time in a mountain inn just a little more luxuriously?


About the Facilities

The architecture that makes use of the topography, and the garden viewed through Taisho era glass have helped preserve the air of when Asahikan was first built. Guests are welcomed by a front entrance just renewed in 2020, with the works of local artists using Yoshino cedar and cypress displayed on the 1st floor.



Parking 10 cars
Accepted Credit Cards JCB, VISA, MASTER, AMEX, DINERS
Internet Free Wi-Fi
Amenities Towels / Bath towels / Shampoo / Body wash / Toothbrush・Toothpaste / YUKATA / Razor / Shower cap / Hair dryer / Comb
Caution *Since this is a traditional Japanese inn, the guest rooms are separated not by walls or swinging doors, but by traditional sliding wooden doors. Due to this, you may hear talking or other sounds coming from other rooms. Thank you for your understanding.
*The toilet (western style) and bath (family style) are shared with other guests. We ask our guests to take turns and be courteous of one another when using these.