Naigosho Japanese-style rooms

 

 

 

Some of the Japanese-style rooms have a deck-terrace adjacent to beautiful, dark green foliage, while others face the Japanese garden. In these rooms, you can relax amidst the natural beauty of Mifuneyama; the silence is a pleasant music that heals the spirit, while the singing of the birds in the morning is very calming and soothing.

Sample room configurations

Ayame

Sakura

Momiji

Kikyo

Kuretake

Yamabuki

Satsuki

Overview

Number of persons per room: 2–4

Room options
Free use of the Naigosho’s private baths; use of Wi-Fi

What the room comes with

Hand towels, toothbrushes, toothpaste, razors, bath towels, bath and toilet in separate room, hot-water washing toilet, body soap, shampoo, shower caps, yukatas, pouch bags

About the Nabeshima clan’s villa,
Bettei Naigosho
The Naigosho was built to be the villa of Lord Naohiro Nabeshima, the 11th daimyo of Saga Domain, and the style of the building testifies to the traditions of the Nabeshima clan. Because there was originally an office for managing the villa, the villa is generally called “Naigosho.” The villa, still in its original form, was moved to Mifuneyama, where it is now used by the hotel’s guests.