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Surround Yourself in Art

This enclosed guesthouse designed by Kengo Kuma
has been turned into the small, 4-room luxury resort called
“ATAMI KAIHOUROU,” where you will enjoy artisan craftsmanship such as glass artworks and brilliant paintings on the fusuma
alongside the magnificent view.

Water Balcony
Water Balcony
Water Balcony
Water Balcony
Water Balcony
Water Balcony

Water Balcony

The glass balcony floating on water is the symbol of ATAMI KAIHOUROU.
1 group of guests staying at the SEIHA and FUUKA guestrooms can enjoy dining at the Water Balcony.
*All overnight guests may enjoy the Water Balcony if it is not during the meal time.

RAKUSEI: Large Hall with Gold‐Leafed Folding Screen
RAKUSEI: Large Hall with Gold‐Leafed Folding Screen
RAKUSEI: Large Hall with Gold‐Leafed Folding Screen
RAKUSEI: Large Hall with Gold‐Leafed Folding Screen
RAKUSEI: Large Hall with Gold‐Leafed Folding Screen

RAKUSEI: Large Hall with Gold‐Leafed Folding Screen

This gold-leafed folding screen was drawn by Tomikichirou Tokuriku, a printmaker active from the end of the Meiji (~1912) to the Heisei era (~2019).
Closing all the fusuma doors will reveal the Nami (sea wave) and Matsu (pine tree) rooms, enclosing you in two different artworks.
Opening one side of the fusuma door will allow you to enjoy the glass artwork by Tomohiro Kano.

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