This property is crazy breathtaking and huge! It's surrounded by lush greenery and colorful koi fish that you can feed at the lobby (100 yen/bag) and in the rooms located at the first floor. They offer both indoor and outdoor baths that are open 24 hrs a day for guests.
My husband and I stayed one night in a very large room with a rotenburo. The furnishing was a tad outdated but still charming nonetheless. We had a delicious and memorable dinner served in our room. Shortly after dinner, an attendant came and made our beds. The next morning, we had a hearty breakfast in a community room. I tried natto for the first time here. Not a fan but am glad to have tasted it!
The staff here is extremely nice and a couple of them speak a decent amount of English so for travelers who speak little to no Japanese, do not fret!
All in all, this property is suitable for everyone! Children will get quite a kick at feeding the enormous koi. If you want to explore outside of the kagetsu, however, there is not much around the area.
IMPORTANT NOTE: No wifi available in the rooms, only in the main lobby. Phone reception is little to none so if you plan on using internet while you're here, rent a pocket wifi prior to arrival.More