It was named "Ochiairou" by Yamaoka Tetsuya because the Hondani River and the Cat Koshigawa meet. Seven of the buildings that have walked along with its long history are registered as national registered tangible cultural properties.
Lounge & Bar
Listen to the serpents of the river, watch the fresh greens reflected in the windows in summer, and watch the lights swaying in the fireplace in winter. At the time you like the freshly fragrant coffee, wine and local Shizuoka local sake. Please relax in a comfortable space. Guests are welcome to drink free of charge at any time.
A nationally registered tangible cultural property for a wedding or special celebration seat. We will welcome you in the traditional Japanese space where the floor, the shelving, the Addoin, and the Shiretoko pillars are combined.