“Our Building was born with the concept of “the nearest inn to the moon”. There are only 8 guest rooms on the 4500 tsubo large site. All of the rooms are designed to enjoy a moonlight bath, and you can see the mountains and stars from the open-air bath. All rooms are built independently, so you can enjoy forest bathing in your room, and the extraordinary space that harmonizes with the majestic nature spreads throughout the building, and you can enjoy luxury for adults.
Each guest room has a theme with different times, cultures and tastes, and it creates a comfortable and surprising space that tickles the hearts of adults. There are luxurious features in each of the rooms, such as a room with a traditional Japanese fireplace and tatami room, and a room where you can relax while looking at the mountains of Aso from the sofa in the garden.
In addition to the elaborate indoor and outdoor baths in each room, there is also an open-air bath on the top of the site where you can enjoy the superb view of Kurokawa River, and you can enjoy the real hot spring flowing directly from the source. From the open-air bath you can enjoy a 360 degree view of the Aso somma to the south and the small mountains to the north. Even more amazing is the view at night. Soaking in a bath in the clear air, the falling stars of the sky, and the moonlight that shines voluptuously, is truly a time of bliss. Surrounded by the nature of each of the four seasons and the shining starry sky, unforgettable memories are created.
Despite the mild climate of Kyushu, there are days when it snows in winter, and you can enjoy the snowy scenery covered with pure white snow that is unique to Tsuki Koki. The snow-covered bath where you can see Aso and the mountains of Oita is especially valuable in Kyushu.
Meals are prepared with carefully selected ingredients from all over Kyushu and are served with thoughtful dishes. If you are lucky, you can sometimes see “sea of clouds” through the restaurant window.
There is also an all-hand esthetic in the building, and Himalayan therapy, which is rare in Japan, is also available. At the adjacent restaurant “Ayamikoji”, you can enjoy Akagyudon, soba and local cuisine, so it is recommended to stop by while taking a stroll. “