Great food, comfortable, right in front of Ryoma Sakamoto's birthplace
This hotel is expensive, but you are paying for the location. Basically, any fan of Ryouma Sakamoto would want to stay here and say they slept next to where Sakamoto was born. The food is also really good if you don't mind paying more. The rooms are comfortable, and the bathroom is pretty nice. I think it's pretty decent as a ryokan. Would rate as four stars.