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柳生の庄 武蔵の湯 Yagyu no Sho Musashi no yu, Indoor bath,Shuzenji
Japan

Yagyu-no-sho,IZU-shuzenji.

柳生の庄 伊豆修善寺温泉

Yagyu-no-Sho dates back to 1959 when the ryokan restaurant Yagyu opened in Shiba Shirokane,Tokyo.

From this beginning as a purveyor of authentic Kyoto-style kaiseki cuisines.

Yagyu-no-Sho emerged out of our founder's desire to further dedicate himself to the culinary arts.

In 1970, inspired by the traditional scenery of Japan that remained unchanged for centuries on the mountainside of Shuzenji Temple,our founder decided that it should be home to an inn of quality and distinction.

From his involvement in kendo, the founder took the revered  Yagyu name and christened his newly built hot-spring inn - a classic sukiya-style structure nestled in a copse of bamboo - as Yagyu-no-Sho.

In the decades since, in accordance with our founder's philosophy of "a conscientious inn of sumptuous comfort,"

we have consistently sought to make our inn a place where traditional cuisine,baths,scenery,hospitality, and the beauty of Japanese architecture come together as one.

In 2009, to mark our 40th anniversary, we undertook renovations of the entrance,baths, and all guest suites onto authentic honsuki style using generations-old techniques of master craftsmen.

With conscientious hospitality as our guiding light,

we pledge our utmost to provide our guests with a truly beautiful and wonderful Japanese-inn experience.

Copyright: Kudo Kenji Photograph
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Uploaded: 11/12/2012
Updated: 24/04/2014
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