The authentic traditional ryokan on Miyajima island

Momijidani Miyajima Hatsukaichi-city
Hiroshima 739-0522

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Supreme moment in facilities
with Japanese traditional atmosphere


'Hanare' Wooden one-storied cottages of Japanese traditional architectural stylebuilt in 1900's (Taisho to Showa area)

Each room has different design.


Detached 4 one-storied cottages built in 1900's (Taisho to Showa era)

Hanares are detached one-storied cottages built in 1900's (Taisho to Showa era).

Craftsmen's designs can be felt from the detail of window, lattice, alcove post and so on.
Located in and blend in to Momijidani Valley's scenery. They are the rooms to enjoy clear water, green and the silence of the valley.


Cottage HANARE loved

by many celebrities


Spend the moment in comforting silence of nature in a room integrated into the surrounding Momijidani enovironment.

Kimpu-tei is loved by many celebrities.
Enjoy the location surrounded by tender nature of Momijidani Valley, soft sound of stream, and the beautiful view of garden in every season.



Wooden one-storied cottage

with private indoor bath

built in 1928 (Showa area)


Wooden one-storied cottage built in 1928 (Showa 3rd year).
It consists of the room with 10 tatami mats, the room with 8tatami mats, and the indoor private bath.
Japanese traditional value can be felt from the detail of designs such as window, decorative transom, lattice, and alcove post. The location of this cottage blends into the simple beauty of nature in Momijidani valley with rich water and green.


Named by the last fuedal lord of

Hiroshima han, Nagakoto ASANO


Cottage 'Ryumon-tei' was named by one of the last feudal lords, Nagakoto ASANO.
The quiet room merged into the nature.
Sunlight shines through paper sliding doors and architectural beauty harmonize to create peaceful time.

You may see deer walking in the gardens blend into the Momijidani Valley.


In 2018 we renovated a 69-year-old

Sukiya-zukuri style house

architectural hanare cottage.

In 1949 the room was built in the style of a tea-ceremony house (Sukiya-zukuri) The cottage room was named by Master Omotesenke soutyusai sousyu who was the master of Omotesenke tea school of Japanese Way of Tea.
In 1952 a novelist Eiji Yoshikawa worked on one of his novels “The Heike Story: A Modern Translation of the Classic Tale of Love and War” in the cottage while his staying.
The room locates the deepest and the most peaceful property area of Iwaso.
You will be impressed by pure and beautiful Momijidani creek view when you put your body in the bathtub of this magnificent room like a great novelist in the past.


   Traditional Japanese style room 

   with sense of openness

Shinkan is a 5 storied-building that has view of Momijidani Valley and the Seto Inland Sea that we couldn't observe from our older wooden buildings.   



View from room


Enjoy the lively Momijidani Valley's nature and sea view.
The view varies from room to room.
Momijidani Valley side, seaside corner, and town side, from all the rooms you can enjoy healing beauty of nature.


Shinkan is a 5 storied-building that has view of Momijidani Valley and the Seto Inland Sea that we couldn't observe from our older wooden buildings.


Feel the pride of craftsman for architectural beauty of the individual room with different designs.


   Wooden building with different designs for

   individual rooms built in early Showa era

Facing to Momijidani Valley, the harmony of Momiji-gawa river jumps into the rooms.
Feel the wooden architectural beauty from different designs for individual rooms built in early Showa era.


View from room


Located closer to Momijidani Valley than Shinkan.
Enjoy both of the wooden architectural beauty and the nature of Momijidani Valley.




Momiji-Manju story


This is a story in the 40's of Meiji era(1907 - 1912).
At the time, 'Youkan(sweet jelly)' used to be the only one

we could come up as a teacake.


Facility air conditioner, refrigerator, toilet
Amenity hand towel, toothbrush, toothpaste, bath towel, Japanese tabi socks, drawstring bag with random color and pattern,
shampoo, conditioner, yukata, hair dryer, down-filled futon, razor, comb, hairbrush, cotton puff set (cotton puff, hair elastic)