Located in a quiet area, we particularly like the large Japanese style rooms and private onsen. The shabu shabu dinner provided was of good quality and substantial but breakfast was a bit disappointing.
The property is a little dated, and most amenities like bedding material smelled musty and worn out. The toilet was a let down as it hasn't been properly cleaned as urine stains and smell is clearly evident. Like most traditional ryokans, yukata robes was provided during our stay, however however the outer warmer/jacket had dirty tissues left in the pockets, evidently these haven't been cleaned or washed, which I find rather disgusting and put paid to us wanting to wear them to dinner. Thankfully the private onsen itself seems recently refurbished and appears clean.
For the price and location, however, this property is unbeatable value as most ryokans with private onsen would be much pricier around this area. It's a shame that they let their housekeeping down. A little more care and attention would have made a huge difference.