Nestled 1,200 meters above sea level in the Yatsugatake Mountains
the highlands of Tateshina offers a refreshing cool breeze during summer as well as the unique beauty of each season
Come and stay with us to surprise yourself at
just how many stars you can see from your room in the night sky
how blue the day sky is
how fresh the air is when you take a deep breath
Rokuya is a place for you to de-stress and reset
Our pride is to see you depart with the best smile ever
Rokuya’s natural hot spring – Rokuya no Yu – offers Tateshina’s gorgeous scenery from season to season.
Kick back and relax, leaving the hustle and bustle of the city behind.
Privately reserved for 1 hour per group.
Please note that a bathing tax of 150 yen per person per night will be charged in addition to the room rate.
With the concept of local production for local consumption,
we offer a truly extraordinary dining experience of “Japonais-French”
a fusion of Japanese cuisine and French cuisine, casually enjoyed using chopsticks.
We are very particular not only about what we put in our meals but also about what we put the meals in.
Our anything-but-ordinary tableware adds a nice touch to your dining experience.
★In principle, for guests staying in our cottage-type room (たてしな Tateshina), dinner and breakfast will be served in your room.
Cottage-type duplex room with Japanese and Western style chambers (capacity: 6 people)
Rokuya’s most popular room.
A private semi-outdoor bath and garden, a living space on the 1st floor,
and a Japanese-style chamber on the 2nd floor offer a spacious and comfortable stay.
The room is equipped with a kitchen so that you can enjoy cooking as well as barbecuing.
It also has its own private entrance, allowing late night access to a nearby convenience store without worrying about This all makes a leisurely extended stay, similar to staying at a villa or a cottage, possible.
Japanese room with a raised sleeping area (capacity: 6 people)
Offering a modern Japanese atmosphere with antique fittings and stained glass as well as Ryukyu-style (Okinawan) tatami mats.
Eight-tatami-mat (approx. 15㎡) room plus five-tatami-mat (approx. 9㎡) raised area.
Japanese room with adjoining chamber (capacity: 6 people)
Ten-tatami-mat room plus six-tatami-mat chamber
Offering a “Taisho Roman” (the cultural stylings of Japan’s Taisho Period from 1912 to 1926) atmosphere using an antique entrance and sliding doors from the early Taisho Period.