Katsuragi Kitanomaru is approximately 3 hours from Tokyo and 45 minutes from Nagoya by car.
Kitanomaru is surrounded by mountains and enveloped in a peaceful tranquility. The corridors paved with wood bricks and the exquisite art & decor express both modern and traditional Japan.
In 2002, Worls Cup soccer coach Philippe Troussier called it "a place where samurai can rest both physically and mentally", bringing his players here to restore their spirits.
The four buildings of Sakuraden, Tsujidono, Fujidono, and Nadaden were constructed by carefully dismanting seven Hokuriku districts selected from about a hundred old houses and making use of their precious woods. You can choose between Japanese-style & Western-style rooms according to the purpose of group and individual use.
Their cuisine created with skill and heart from locally collected seasonal.
Immerse yourself in a bath that faces a beautiful bamboo garden or experience a mist sauna that gently envelopes the entire body. There are two indoor baths and open-air baths for relaxing yourself.